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NEW INN GAYWOOD / SOUTH WOOTON S Wootton Gaywood
Kings Lynn N
349 WOOTTON ROAD
WOOTTON GAP
FREEBRIDGE - LYNN HUNDRED FULL LICENCE  
KINGS LYNN LICENCE REGISTERS PS 4/3/3 to 4/3/4 ( 1905 - 1965 )
MORGANS  
STEWARD & PATTESON 02.10.1961
WATNEY MANN  
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Licensees :
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ISAAC WALKER
& farmer
* 1836 - 1839
DANIEL CROWE
Age 30
1841
EDWARD SMITH
& farmer
Wife Esther died Q2 1855
Married Martha Hawes of the WHITE HORSE Q4 1856
Died Q2 1876 - age 70
1845 - 1876
JOHN HALES 1877
JAMES HALES
Age 35 in 1881
Went to SUN, Kings Lynn
1879 - 1881
ROBERT STEBBON
also as
Robert Stibbon, Stibbins, Stebbings or Stebbons
1883 - 1892
ALFRED WILLIAM WALKER 1896
JOHN GEORGE SAGE
Age 33 in 1901
c 1899 -  October 1908
ARTON BLADE
Previously at Bentinck Arms
Age 50 in 1911
( Died June 1930 - age 69 )
1908 ? - 1922
WILLIAM FORD
( Died December 1948 - age 76 )
by 1925
JOHN ROBERT MOORE 07.10.1946
HORACE FRANCIS EUGENE WEBSTER 01.01.1951
WINSTON RUSSELL ANNELLS BOWMAN
( Died April 2000 - age 87 )
07.03.1955
LAURENCE ERNEST PORTER
( Died January 1994 - age 88 )
02.01.1956
CHARLES LEONARD ROY CHANT
( Died June 1970 - age 59 )
11.12.1961
JOHN NICHOLAS BEAN
( Died June 1971 - age 56 )
12.08.1963 - 04.1971
VAL & DEREK PHILLIPS from 1971
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Location as Wootton Gap 1841 - 1896
except South Wootton 1850
Wootton Drift 1901
South Wootton from 1911

For Sale by Auction Tuesday 21st May 1850.
Located on the Turnpike Road from Kings Lynn to Castle Rising.
With good cellars, out-offices, coach-house and stabling for 30 horses.
In occupation of Edward Smith as a tenant from year to year.

Mr. John Sage was reported to have been at the New Inn for nine years before leaving for the Bentinck Arms, West Lynn in October 1908.
He and his family were later passengers on the Titanic.
See BENTINCK ARMS.



Transferred into Kings Lynn Borough in 1935


Morgans sales for 1960 were :-
130 barrels of beer
50 spirits.

Renamed the DEERS LEAP, bar & restaurant by March 2011