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14 St. JAMES STREET STONEGATE WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED 01.04.1957
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1 to 4/3/3 ( August 1872 to 1956 )
W & T BAGGE   
RICHARD BAGGE   
T. E. BAGGE     
RICHARD LUDWIG BAGGE    
STEWARD & PATTESON to closure 01.04.1957
( GREEN & WRIGHT ) From 01.04.1957 - House reopened as an Off Licence in November 1957.
Licensees :
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RICHARD STAMP 1822
WILLIAM PEACOCK 1830 - 1836
CHARLOTTE PEACOCK
age 68 in 1851
1839 - 1858
WILLIAM ELLIOTT
( William Bladwin Elliott 1875 -
 William Bladewin Elliott 1879 )
Age 36 in 1861
by 1859
HARRIET ELLIOTT 15.11.1886
HENRY WILLIAM BORLEY
( died 1903 )
27.06.1887
Mrs SARAH JANE BORLEY 05.10.1903
JOHN STOLHAM 09.01.1905
JOSEPH WILLIAM EVANS 04.01.1915
GEORGE HOWLETT 09.04.1934
JOHN HENRY BARTRAM 08.07.1935
JOHN EDWARD BARKER 12.04.1937
THOMAS RICHARD RICHARDSON 07.03.1949
ALFRED ERNEST KIMBER 05.07.1950
JAMES REGINALD TURNER 05.07.1954

Street known as Three Pigeons Street to 1809.

Address as 20 St. James Street in 1836 & 1845
and at number 22 in 1854 & 1864.

House commonly known as the PIGEONS.
( Three Pigeons, or Doves appear on the Arms of the Tallow Chandlers - Such industry operated nearby. )

Market day licence issued 1956.

127 barrels of beer sold in the final year of trading.

Closed 01.04.1957.
Full licence surrendered upon grant of
full off-licence.

 

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