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12 TUESDAY MARKET PLACE JEWS LANE WARD FULL LICENCE CLOSED by 03.1961
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1 to PS 4/3/3 ( August 1872 to 1956 )
W & T BAGGE  
RICHARD BAGGE  
THOMAS EDWARD BAGGE  
RICHARD LUDWIG BAGGE  
STEWARD & PATTESON to closure
Licensees :
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JOHN BIRD 1822
JAMES SHORT 1830
WILLIAM FACHNEY 1836 - 1846
JOHN DUNTHORNE
age 40 in 1851
1850 - 1851
LAZARUS JAKES 1854
JOHN JARY 1856
WILLIAM TURRELL by 1858
FOUNTAIN DICKERSON 11.08.1873
CASSIUS BOYCE 
( according to Kelly ) Manager ?
1875
THOMAS BEANEY 16.08.1875
Mrs ELIZA BEANEY 17.08.1876
Fine of 40/- plus 7/- costs imposed 23.07.1883
under Section 13 of the Licensing Act.
EDWARD BEANEY 15.11.1897
HARRY KENT
( JEMIMA KENT named in 1908 directory and in licence transfer 11.10.1909 )
11.07.1905
JAMES CLAXTON CROME 11.10.1909
Fine of 20/- plus 6/- costs imposed 07.09.1912
for selling out of hours.
Fine of 10/6d plus 9/6d costs imposed 02.12.1912
for selling out of hours.
EPHRAIM MORBY 10.02.1913
WILLIAM ROGERS 01.10.1917
HERBERT JAMES SEAMAN by 1922
WILFRED CLAYDON DINES 04.10.1926
CECIL LANGHAM BUCKLE 14.04.1930
HENRY THOMAS LUSHER 03.10.1949
JOHN JAMES DRAIN 06.07.1953
HENRY WILLIAM TURVELL 07.03.1955
ALBERT EDWARD SIMPSON 02.03.1959
to closure



Address as St. Nicholas Street in 1822 & 1830.

At the Licensing Sessions of Monday 7th March 1910, licensee James Crome applied for a Music Licence. The previous tenant had such a licence but it was not transferrable. Chief Constable Payne had no objection to the licence but felt obliged to inform that objection to the previous licence had been raised by the people living in the house opposite because of continuous playing of a gramophone. The Chairman agreed that gramophones were noisy but not very musical.
Mr Crome said that he wished to install a piano. Young fellows sometimes came and started singing. He could keep better order if his customers were listening to a piano rather than if they just sat, drunk and argued.
The Magistrates agreed to renewal of the Music Licence on the understanding that the gramophone was done away with. The Chairman stressing that `we do not want any misunderstanding' regarding removal of the instrument.

It was confirmed at the Brewster sessions Monday 12th February 1912 that the house held a music licence. This was renewed at the Sessions held 11th March 1912.

Damaged by enemy action 13.03.1941 & 10.11.1941.

Market Day extension granted 1959.

Closed 14.03.1961 and licence surrendered, according to S&P records.
Licence Register gives surrender of licence as February 1961.