||1850 - 1856
& horse dealer 1858
& farmer 41 acres -1861 - age 43
45 acres - 1871
|1858 - 1879
|1888 - 1916
|ALEXANDER CHARLES GOODWIN
|GEORGE VICTOR PARKER
|ALFRED WILLIAM WITTRED
Shown on Bryant's 1826 map.
Given as the FREEBRIDGE HOTEL 1836, 1845 & 1879
It was reported in the Norfolk Chronicle of 24th March 1862 that publican
James TAVIN claimed 6s 2d as an unpaid debt from farmer John Lawson
Girdlestone of Terrington St Clement. The 6s being for spirits and the 2d
for tobacco. Mrs `Tavin' had appeared to prove the case but `looked
unutterable things' when told that the Tippling Act prevented the recovery
of the 6s and that only the 2d could be claimed for which immediate payment
was demanded by the court.
Included in the
Borough of Kings Lynn under the Norfolk Review Order of 1935.
Morgans sales for 1960 were :-
86 barrels of beer