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Re: Tuesday Market Place

PostPosted: 06 Oct 2010, 12:10
by EWW
That picture is already in this thread but it is great to see it again.
Lots more further back in thread.

Re: TUESDAY MKT PLACE

PostPosted: 10 Oct 2010, 09:02
by EWW
I wonder how much he earned at the first part of the 20th century.

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DUKES HEAD HOTEL KINGS LYNN index
6 TUESDAY MARKET PLACE
TUESDAY HILL JEWS LANE WARD FULL LICENCE
KINGS LYNN PETTY SESSION REGISTERS PS 4/3/1 to 4/3/4 ( August 1872 to 1965 )
SAMUEL NICHOLAS MARSHALL of Kings Lynn
WILLIAM WADE LANGLEY &
JOHN LANGLEY of Kings Lynn
SIDNEY EVERSHED Ltd of Burton on Trent
MARSTON, THOMPSON & EVERSHED Ltd
TRUST HOUSES Ltd of London WC2 by 1937
ELIZABETH HOTELS 25th May 2004
Licensees :

RICHARD SHELTON 1791
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ELEANOR EMERY 1830
GEORGE BINGE 1836
JOHN JOHNSON 1839 - 1845
WILLIAM CULYER 1846
ROBERT HENRY BOLLIN
age 38 in 1851
Hotel Keeper 1851 - 1854
SAMUEL NICHOLAS MARSHALL
Hotel keeper & farmer by 1856
WILLIAM CULYER 1869
( SUSANNAH MARSHALL )
manageress 1881
( ALISE E SMITH )
manageress 1891
CHARLES BRISTOW 12.10.1891
ALFRED MOSES EVERARD TUDDENHAM 11.04.1892
JOHN LANGLEY 20.05.1895
FRANK THOMAS WATTS 06.01.1896
JAMES TURRELL 03.01.1898
ERNEST FLEETWOOD MOUNSDEN 15.05.1899
SIDNEY AIREY 12.02.1900
JOHN AUGUSTUS JOHNSON 12.01.1903
ALEXANDER FRANCIS PONT 06.04.1914
KENNETH CAMPBELL McCALLUM 03.10.1921
Convicted 07.03.1938 for selling out of hours - Fine 20/-
THOMAS HAMILTON DENNY 07.02.1944
GERALD GLANDFIELD BOYD 05.07.1954
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1869 billhead
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Built 1685 - 1688 by architect Henry Bell
Opened 1689.

The first Kings Lynn Freemasons Lodge was formed here 1st October 1729.

Stood on the site of the GRIFFIN ( 1576 - 1683 )

Original brick frontage designed by Henry Bell and later (early 20thC) plastered over.

In 1830 the coach, the UNION from Stamford called at the GLOBE and DUKES HEAD on alternate days. It headed for Swaffham, Dereham and Norwich . It returned the following day at noon.

Re: dukes head hotel

PostPosted: 12 Oct 2010, 18:49
by mitch in notts
I have a question re the Dukes Head.

How much of an hotel as opposed to a boarding house was it?

George Jarrett Moy married in 1886 at St Nicholas Chapel.
George was a `Post Boy` of the Duke`s Head.
WHY would he be resident in an hotel?

Thanks

Mitch

Re: TUESDAY MKT PLACE

PostPosted: 12 Oct 2010, 19:15
by EWW
Most big hotels have staff rooms. In the Dukes some of them were behind the round window you can see in the front elevation.
I think they still are Mitch. I should think in the olden days if you lived in they could work you all the longer.
And in the roof like that they would be freezing in the winter and boiling in summer, not something the guests want.

Re: TUESDAY MKT PLACE

PostPosted: 15 Oct 2010, 20:30
by mitch in notts
Thanks EWW.
Suppose he could have been some sort of messenger FOR the Dukes` Head rather than an actual Post Office `Post Boy`

Mitch

Re: TUESDAY MKT PLACE

PostPosted: 15 Oct 2010, 20:37
by EWW
Yes Mitch you have to remember that the Dukes was a Posting House.
This link is quite interesting.

http://postalheritage.org.uk/exhibition ... ailcoaches

Re: TUESDAY MKT PLACE

PostPosted: 19 Oct 2010, 19:51
by EWW
Anyone know when the lamp standard was taken down?

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Re: TUESDAY MKT PLACE

PostPosted: 24 Nov 2010, 17:08
by Mivalanchi
Another view of the Globe Hotel crca 1905.
I think the publisher may have done a bit of photo editing with the hotel signage when compared with other pics on this subject?

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Re: TUESDAY MKT PLACE

PostPosted: 24 Nov 2010, 19:33
by thaberland
:smt006 My girl friend and I was a waitress in the 50s we lived in one of the little rooms on top it was a long walk to our room after having a few beers on a sat night Ah Ah. :D :D

Re: TUESDAY MKT PLACE

PostPosted: 24 Nov 2010, 19:39
by thaberland
:D The Dukes that its :D :D

Re: TUESDAY MKT PLACE

PostPosted: 29 Nov 2010, 14:27
by EWW
Still think a copy of this should be erected. Who was John Malam?


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Re: TUESDAY MKT PLACE

PostPosted: 29 Jun 2012, 20:50
by EWW
EWW wrote:Still think a copy of this should be erected. Who was John Malam?


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Taken me awhile but knew I had it somewhere.

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Re: TUESDAY MKT PLACE

PostPosted: 01 Nov 2014, 10:43
by EWW
Bloaters "Four for a Bob". Those days are long gone as I paid over £2 for one a short while ago :?

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Re: TUESDAY MKT PLACE

PostPosted: 01 Dec 2014, 21:32
by EWW
Nice picture of the Globe. Date?

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Re: TUESDAY MKT PLACE

PostPosted: 01 Dec 2014, 21:36
by EWW
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