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Joseph Edward Agger Allen & Neale Aplin, Robinson & Percival William & Thomas Bagge
William Baly William Thomas Banks C. P. Barrett Bayes & Allen
Bestyett Mary Bishop Robert Blackie William Blomfield
Wilfred Leonard Booth Louisa Brooke & Son Augustus Thomas Bullen William Cadman
Frederick John Carpenter Francis Clarke Malvina Jane Cocks Cocksedge & Co
Sidney Codrington Colchester Brewing Co Sidney Count Wallace William Crisp
Crystal Palace Inn William Henry Deacon John Devonshire Willie Manhood Dickerson
Alfred Edward Dow Frank Withers Dowson East Anglian Fruit Preserving Co Edwards & Son
Edward Everard Elijah Eyre & Co Eyres Brewery Ltd James Fiddaman
C Fowler Christopher & Utber Goddard John, Edmund & John William Green William Guymer
Thomas Hammond Henry Hancock James Robert Hayes Horace Lacey Holman
Howard Brothers John Jackson Jeffery & Co Ernest Albert Johnson
John Augustus Johnson King's Lynn & County Stores Thomas Kirby John Hammond Knights
Emerson Langford George Laws & Co Albert William Lift Frederick Ludby
Samuel Marsters Rowland Alfred Metcalf Frederick John Miles Frederick E. Moore
Forster Grand Moore Morgan's Brewery Co Ltd Robert Morley William Nicholls
Nicholls & Campbell Ltd R. M. Pacey William Joseph Palmer Henry Parker
Charles Wallace Payne Thomas Peatling & Sons Ltd Peatling & Cawdron Edgar Phillip Pipe
Herbert Thomas Pointer William Grant Potter Potter Bros William Ramsell
Ramsell & Spinks Alfred Ream & Sons John Oliver Reynolds & Sons William Roberts
Charles Thomas Robinson R. C. R. Robinson John Jex Rolfe Rummer Hotel
Scott & Son Charles Skipper Thomas Smith Steward & Patteson Ltd
John Stockdale Henry Thomas Sturley Swain & Co John Thorpe
Thrower & Co Towell & Kendle Alfred Moses Everard Tuddenham Walter Enterprise Warnes
James Watt Thomas Wells James Wenn West Norfolk & Lynn Hospital
William Carter Wigg George Williams Alma Woods & Co   
       

Joseph Edward Agger

Chemist Bottle Embossed "Agger's Cough Elixir"    
 
Listed in 1879 as a Chemist at Tower Street and then in 1880 as a Family and Dispensing Chemist at The Plain King's Lynn. Went bankrupt in 1883 as a chemist in Watton.
 

Allen & Neale

Glass Allen & Neale Chemist Bottle Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Allen & Neale Kings Lynn"
Allen and Neale's chemist shop Allen and Neale's chemist shop on the corner of High street & Norfolk Street King's Lynn
Advert From Hunstanton & Lynn Guide    
 
In 1822 William & James Bayes are listed as chemist and druggists at High Street, King's Lynn, by 1845 they are listed as W & F Bayes. In 1846 the partnership was dissolved and William John Bayes took sole control. 1854 gives the first listing for Bayes & Allen as being Chemists, Wholesale druggists, tea dealers. Guano and Superphosphate Merchants. From 1863 until 1883 the company was listed as Allen & Willis. During that time they were given the appointment to HRH Prince of Wales and also opened branches at Hunstanton and Terrington. In 1883 the company was listed as Allen and Co but by 1888 was again changed to form Allen & Neale they continued to be listed until 1932 when they moved premises from 55 High Street to 1 High Street King's Lynn.
 

Aplin, Robinson & Percival

1 Gallon Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Aplin, Robinson & Percival Lynn" London Gazette Notice
 
Aplin, Robinson & Percival are listed as wine dealers at King Street King's Lynn from 1868 until 1877. The company was carried on by Charles Thomas Robinson.
 

William & Thomas Bagge

Soda Syphon Etched Wm. Thos Bagge Kings Lynn" With Pictorial Trade Mark Original Showcard Advertising Bagge's Norfolk Ales and Stout
Large Green Seltzer Bottles Embossed "W & T Bagge Brewers Kings Lynn" Stoneware Matchstriker Printed "Bagge's Fine Lynn Ales"
Large And Small Amber Seltzers Embossed "W&T. Bagge Kings Lynn" With Trade Mark Matchstriker
Lightning Swing Stopper And Cork Flat Bottomed Hamiltons Embossed "W&T. Bagge Kings Lynn" With Trade Mark Three 1 Pint Flip Top Beer Bottles Embossed "W & T Bagge King's Lynn" The Middle Bottle Has The Whale Filter Trade Mark
2 Ginger Beer Bottles The Left Hand Bottle Is Made By Doulton & Co. The Right Hand Bottle Is Bourne Denby And Has A Lightning Stopper Closure. Both Printed "W & T Bagge King's Lynn" With Whale Filter trade Mark Pint & Half Pint Beer Bottle Embossed "W&T. Bagge Kings Lynn" With Trade Mark
Three Bourne Denby Ginger beer Bottles Printed "W & T Bagge King's Lynn" With Whale Filter trade Mark Pint & Half Pint Flip Top Beer Bottle Embossed "W&T. Bagge Kings Lynn" With Trade Mark
Standard Codd Bottles Embossed "Wm & Thos Bagge Brewers Kings Lynn" Pint, Middle & Half Pint Beer Bottle Embossed "W&T. Bagge Kings Lynn" With Trade Mark
Half Pint Shouldered Beer Bottle Embossed "Wm & Thos Bagge Brewers Kings Lynn" Flip Top Stretched Seltzer Embossed "W & T. Bagge King's Lynn"
Pint & Half Pint Beer Bottles Embossed "Wm & Thos Bagge Brewers Kings Lynn" Half Pint Minerals Embossed "W&T. Bagge Kings Lynn" With Trade Mark
Pint & Half Pint Beer Bottles Embossed "Wm & Thos Bagge Brewers Kings Lynn" Crown Cap Bottle Embossed Round Base "W & T. Bagge King's Lynn"
Glass Ginger Beer Embossed "W&T. Bagge Kings Lynn" With Trade Mark Flip Top Beer Bottle Embossed "W & T Bagge King's Lynn"
Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Wm & Thos Bagge Spirit Merchant Kings Lynn" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Wm & Thos Bagge Spirit Merchants Kings Lynn"
Two Tone Stoneware Flagon Impressed "W & T. Bagge Lynn" Large & Small Hamilton Bottles
Papier Mache Sign Embossed "Wm & Thos Bagge Spirit Merchants Ales Stout king St Brewery King's Lynn" Thermometer Marked "W&T Bagge King's Lynn"
Wooden Codd Opener Stamped "W & T Bagge Brewers Kings Lynn" Brewery Staff
Bagge's Pub Photograph Bagge's Pub Photograph
Bagge's Pub Photograph Two Tone Stoneware Flagon Impressed "Wm & Ths Bagge Spirit Merchants Kings Lynn"
2 pubs being let by Bagges Brewery in 1893 Workers day out in Yarmouth in 1904
 
William & Thomas Bagge are listed as Brewers, coal merchants, wine & Spirit merchants at King St. King's Lynn from before 1822 up Until 1900 where they start being listed also as mineral water manufacturers this ends in 1929 when the company had been take over by Steward & Patteson of Norwich.
 

William Baly

Saltglazed Flagon Impressed "W. Baly Wine & Spirit Merchant Lynn" London Gazette Entry From Another William Baly Business
 
William Baly listed in Lynn from 1822 until 1836 as a grocer at 14 Norfolk Street. In 1839 he was also listed as a wine and spirit merchant.
 

James Thomas Banks & Co

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "James T Banks & Co Wine & Spirit Merchants Kings Lynn" Bankruptcy Notice
 
James Thomas Banks was listed in 1868 as a traveller at Extons Road. In 1870 He was declared bankrupt as a Wine and Spirit Merchant.
 

C. P. Barrett

Two Tone Stoneware Jar Printed "C. P Barrett's Gold Medal lemon Cheese Kings Lynn"    
 
Information Needed
 

Bayes & Allen

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Bayes & Allen Chemists Lynn" William & Francis Bayes Gazette Entry
 
In 1822 William & James Bayes are listed as chemist and druggists at High Street, King's Lynn, by 1845 they are listed as W & F Bayes. In 1846 the partnership was dissolved and William John Bayes took sole control. 1854 gives the first listing for Bayes & Allen as being Chemists, Wholesale druggists, tea dealers. Guano and Superphosphate Merchants. From 1863 until 1883 the company was listed as Allen & Willis. During that time they were given the appointment to HRH Prince of Wales and also opened branches at Hunstanton and Terrington. In 1883 the company was listed as Allen and Co but by 1888 was again changed to form Allen & Neale they continued to be listed until 1932 when they moved premises from 55 High Street to 1 High Street King's Lynn.
 

Bestyett

"Bestyett Soft Drinks" Tin Sign Newspaper Article
"Fruit Squashes Bestyett Mineral Waters" Tin Sign Walter Chilvers
"Bestyett Mineral Waters King's Lynn" Wooden Crate Entrance To Works
10oz Codd Bottle Embossed "Bestyett Minerals Kings Lynn" Advert For Bestyett With Drawing of Alfred Massingham
Crown Cap Pop Bottles Embossed "Bestyett Kings Lynn" Internal Screw Minerals Embossed "Bestyett Kings Lynn"
Flip Top & Internal Screw Embossed "Bestyett Kings Lynn" Order Form For Bestyett
Inside Bestyetts Factory Bestyetts Original Premises
Bestyetts New Premises Bestyett Delivery Lorries
Bestyett Letter Advising Customers That Corona Will Be Fulfilling Their Orders Full Page Advertisement
Front of Bestyett Postcard Reverse Of Bestyett Postcard
Newspaper Article Old Wall With Bestyett Signage
Inside The factory Bestyett Delivery Lorries
Bestyett Syrup Room "Bestyett Mineral Waters Kings Lynn" Wooden Crate
Paper Labeled Lemonade Bottle 1 Pint Cordial Bottle Embossed "Bestyett Kings Lynn" With Embossed Vines.
 
The Bestyett brand  was started by an Amy Surplus store called Stratfords. Walter Chilvers was  first listed as a shopkeeper in 1922 and purchased the Bestyett brand in the late twenties he was listed as a mineral water manufacturer at All Saint's St. Lynn in 1933. Bestyett continued up until the 1960's when it was bought out by Corona. 
 

Mary Bishop & Co

Baby Feeder Top Printed "M.Bishop & Co. Chemists 69 High St King's Lynn" Chemist Bottle Embossed "Bishops Cough Elixir High St Lynn"
 
George Lobsey Bishop is listed as a chemist at 17 King Street in 1830. By 1836 he had moved to 21 Tuesday Market Place. He had moved again by 1858 to 69 High Street. George Bishop is last listed as a chemist in 1865. In the 1868 directory Mrs. G. L. (Mary) Bishop is listed as a chemist this continues to be the case until 1883 when she is listed as a haberdasher at 10 Broad Street and a Robert Bishop is listed at the 69 High Street address as a Veterinary Surgeon. From 1890 to 1896 Mrs. Mary Bishop is listed at 9 Blackfriars Street as a patent medicine vendor.
 

Robert Blackie

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "R. Blackie Wine & Spirit Merchant Kings Lynn" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Robert Blackie Wine & Spirit Merchant 14 Norfolk St Kings Lynn"
Directory Advert London Gazette Entry Mentioning Robert Blackie
 
Robert Blackie was listed at 14 Norfolk Street from 1863 until 1883 as a grocer and wine and spirit merchant.
 

William Blomfield

Two Tone Ginger Beer Impressed "W. Bloomfield Kings Lynn"    
 
This bottle may have a spelling mistake in the wording as from 1890 there was a William Henry Blomfield listed as a confectioner at 49 Norfolk St. Lynn. His last entry was in  1906.
 

Wilfred Leonard Booth

Pair Of Crown Cap Pop Bottles From "W.L. Booth King's Lynn" Clear Glass Flip Top Bottle Embossed Round top "Booth & Co King's Lynn" and "The Property of Booth & Co" around the base
 
Listed as a mineral water manufacturer at Austin Street king's Lynn in 1937 possibly taken over George Williams
 

Louisa Brooke & Son

Two Tone Footwarmer Printed "L. Brooke & Son Kings Lynn And Hunstanton"    
 
Mrs. Louisa Brooke is listed as a China & Glass Dealer at 147 Norfolk Street from 1896 until 1908. From 1912 until 1932 she is listed at 140 Norfolk Street, King's Lynn.
L. Brooke is listed from 1908 until 1922 as China and Glass Dealers at High Street, Hunstanton. In 1922 Robert J Brooke is listed. Robert continues to be listed beyond 1932
 

Augustus Thomas Bullen

1 Pint Beer Bottle Embossed "A. T. Bullen Kings Lynn" Half Pint Shouldered Beer Bottle Embossed "A. T. Bullen Kings Lynn"
Half Pint Beer Bottles Embossed "A. T. Bullen Kings Lynn"    
 
Augustus Thomas Bullen is listed in Lowes Restaurant & Dining Rooms and also a wholesale ham curer at 3 Norfolk Street from 1900 until 1908.
 

William Cadman

Stoneware Porter Bottle    
 
William Cadman is listed as a Brewer from 1836 until 1854 at London Road, King's Lynn.
 

Frederick John Carpenter

10oz Standard Codd Bottle Embossed "J. A. Carpenter & Son Ltd Kings Lynn" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "F.J.Carpenter Wine & Spirit Merchant Kings Lynn"
6oz Codd Bottle Embossed "F.J Carpenter & Son Ltd Kings Lynn" Pair of Glass Bottles Aqua & Clear Embossed "F. J. Carpenter & Son Ltd Kings Lynn"
Left Hand Bottle Embossed "F.J. Carpenter & Son Ltd Kings Lynn" Right Hand Bottle Embossed F.J Carpenter Laws & Co King's Lynn" Whiskey Flask Embossed "F. J. Carpenter Wine Merchants & 8 High St Lynn"
Left Hand Bottle Embossed "F. J. Carpenter Laws & Co King's Lynn" Right Hand Bottle Embossed "F. J Carpenter & Son Ltd Kin's Lynn" Crown Cap Bottle Embossed "F.J. Carpenter & Son Ltd King's Lynn"
10 & 6oz Codd Bottles Embossed "Laws & Co F.J Carpenter King's Lynn" 10 & 6oz Codd Bottles Embossed "Laws & Co F.J Carpenter King's Lynn" Also Known With "Lawes" Spelling
10oz Codd Bottle Embossed "Lawes & Co F.J Carpenter King's Lynn" Two Tone Flagon Printed "F.J. Carpenter & Son Ltd Kings Lynn"
Mayoral Procession With Frederick Carpenter Pictured. Advertising poster for Laws & Co Featuring FJ Carpenter
FJ Carpenter Advertisement    
 
George Laws and Co are listed from 1836 ( Although they advertised as being founded in 1840) until 1863 at 8 High Street, King's Lynn as Porter, Wine and spirit Merchants and Brewers. In 1864 and 1865 Sarah Laws is listed as a brewer. The company then was renamed Laws & Co. In 1888 H.E. Wardrop is listed as manager until 1890 when Frederick John Carpenter Takes charge and they also start to produce mineral waters. The company continues until 1916 when the Laws name is dropped and becomes F. J. Carpenter & Son Ltd ( Late Laws & Co). F. J. Carpenter and Sons Ltd was dissolved in 1933.
 

Francis Clarke

10oz Cucumber Bottle Embossed " F. Clark's Aerated Ginger Beer Manufactured By Steam Power King's Lynn" 10oz Hamilton Bottle Embossed "F Clark Soda Water Manufacturer By Steam Power Checker St Lynn"
10oz Hamilton Bottle Embossed "F. Clarke Soda Water Manufacturer By Steam Power Lynn Norfolk" Bankruptcy Notice For Francis Clarke
 
There is no directory entries for Francis Clarke but there is a notice in the London gazette declaring him bankrupt as a Soda Water manufacturer in 1868.
 

Malvina Jane Cocks

Two Tone Ginger Beer Bottle Printed "M. J. Cocks Celebrated Ginger Beer King's Lynn" Interesting article relating to Elijah Cocks Affairs and why his Wifes name is on the bottles. 1903
 
Malvina J. Cocks was a butchers wife in South Lynn in 1891 and listed as living at Pentney as an Inn Keepers Wife according to the 1891 and 1901 census. She was born in 1860.
 

Cocksedge & Co

Scale Plate Printed "Cocksedge & Co Scale Makers Ipswich Lowestoft Yarmouth Lynn" Old Advertisement
 
Cocksedge & Co are listed as scale makers at 4 Saturday Market Place in 1900. In 1904 and 1908 they are listed at 22 Norfolk Street.
 

Sidney Codrington

All White Ginger Beer Bottles Impressed "S Codrington Kings Lynn" Two Tone Ginger Beer Bottles Impressed "S Codrington Kings Lynn"
Champagne Glass Ginger Beer Bottle Embossed "S. Codrington Soda Water Manufacturer King's Lynn" Valletts & Chapman Patents Embossed "S. Codrington King's Lynn"
10oz Hamilton Bottle Various Bullet Stoppers Embossed S. Codrington Kings Lynn"
Shouldered Glass Ginger Beer Bottle Embossed "S. Codrington Soda Water Manufacturer King's Lynn" 10oz Glass Cylinder
"S. Codrington Manufacturer of Soda Water Lemonade, Ginerade & C. Standard Steam Works King's Lynn" Chapman's Patent Bottles Embossed "S.Codrington Kings Lynn"
Sale notice for the Standard Steam Works 1896    
 
Sidney Codrington was in the "Green Dragon" public house from 1871 until 1877, in 1875 he was listed as a soda water manufacturer at 145 Norfolk St. Lynn by 1879 he had moved to 22 Albert St. and in 1890 he had moved again to Littleport St. He was taken over by his son George by 1896 who was listed as being in the "Spread Eagle" P. H. and a Stone Ginger beer manufacturer Gaywood Road Lynn.
 

Colchester Brewing Co Ltd

Two Tone Flagon Printed "Colchester Brewing Co Kings Lynn" Two Tone Flagon Printed "The Colchester Brewing Co Ld Kings Lynn"
 
Colchester Brewing Co Ltd are listed in 1904 and 1906 at Queens Street, King's Lynn with J. P. Knight as the local manager.
 

Sydney Count

Pot Lid Printed "Sydney Count Otto Of Rose Cold Cream Chemist Lynn" Pot Lid Printed "Sydney Count Otto Of Rose Cold Cream Chemist Lynn"
Chemist Measuring Cup Etched "Sydney Count Chemist Kings Lynn" Sydney Counts Chemist Shop
Sydney Count Shopfront Sydney Count Death Notice
Sydney Count advert from 1895 Sydney Count Advert for Wiggs Medicines
 
Sydney Count is listed from 1888 until his death in 1935 as a chemist at 17 High Street.
 

Wallace William Crisp

Paper label Chemist bottle for Liquid Paraffin William Crisp Death Notice
 
Wallace William Crisp is listed as a Chemist from 1900 at 3 Saturday Market Place this continues to be the case beyond 1937.
 

Crystal Palace Inn

Glass Whiskey Flask    
 
Information Needed
 

William Henry Deacon

Pair of Half Pint Beer Bottles Embossed "W. H. Deacon Botanical Brewer King's Lynn" & "W. H. Deacon Herbal Brewer King's Lynn"    
 
William Henry Deacon was listed as a herbalist at 19 Church Street. In 1906 he was listed at 26 North Everard Street as a botanical brewer but in 1908 he is listed as a herbalist again.
 

John Devonshire

All White Ginger Beer Bottles Impressed "John Devonshire Mineral Water Works Kings Lynn" Two Tone Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed "John Devonshire Kings Lynn"
All White Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed "John Devonshire Kings Lynn" Blue Top Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed "John Devonshire Kings Lynn"
Two Tone Ginger Beer impressed "John Devonshire Mineral Water Works Kings Lynn" "John Devonshire Dock Hotel Kings Lynn" Stoneware Ginger Beer Bottle
Niagara & Reliance Patent Codd Bottles Embossed "John Devonshire King's Lynn"  
Fish Manure advert 1884 John Devonshire takes the Great Eastern Railway to court 1873
 
John Devonshire was first listed in 1875 as a poulterer and game dealer and fish monger at 135 Norfolk St Lynn until 1892. He was also in the Dock Hotel from 1880 until 1886. He was only listed as a mineral water manufacturer in 1890.
 

Willie Manhood Dickerson

Half Pint Beer Bottle Embossed "W M Dickerson Sandringham Restaurant Kings Lynn"    
 
From 1896 to 1912 Willie Manhood Dickerson is listed as a corn factor and coal merchant at Blackfriars Road and then London Road. In 1916 to 1922 he was listed as being in the "Railway". However between 1908 and 1911 he was in the Sandringham Restaurant.
 

Alfred Edward Dow

Chemist Bottle Embossed "A E Dows Cough Linctus Kings Lynn"    
 
Alfred Edward Dow is listed as a Chemist at 3 St James Street in 1896. He continues to be listed until 1908 when he was described as a chemist at 59 St James Street he continues to be listed beyond 1937.
 

Frank Withers Dowson

Two Tone Flagon Printed In Sepia "F.W. Dowson Kings Lynn." Pint & Half Pint Shouldered Beer Bottles Embossed "Dowson King's Lynn"
Pint & Half Pint Shouldered Beer Bottles Embossed "Dowson King's Lynn" Green Glass Spirit Bottle Embossed "F.W. Dowson Kings Lynn"
Aqua Glass Spirit Bottle Embossed "F.W. Dowson Kings Lynn"    
 
Frank Withers Dowson is listed from 1900 and 1904 as a wine and spirit merchant at 71 Norfolk Street. He was also listed in the 1861 and 71 census as a brewer in Ashwell, Hertfordshire. In the 1881 as a Brewer at Diss ( Taylor, Son & Dowson) and in 1891 as a wine and spirit merchant at Overstrand.
 

East Anglian Fruit Preserving Co.

Paper Labeled Jam Pot    
 
The East Anglian Fruit Preserving Co are listed in 1896 and 1900 at the Alexandra Works, Tuesday Market Place, King's Lynn as Jam and Baking Powder Manufacturers.
 

Edwards & Son

Saltglazed Cream Pot Impressed "Edwards & Son" Edwards & Son Delivery Carts
 
Clement Harris Edwards & Son listed at 21 All saints Street and 12 St. James Street King's Lynn from 1904 until 1922 when they are also listed at Gunnock Terrace, King's Lynn.
 

Edward Everard

Slipglazed Porter Impressed "E Everard" Saltglazed Porter Impressed "E. Everard & Son Lynn"
 
Edward Everard & Sons are first listed in 1822 at Nelson Street as Brewers and Wine and Spirit Merchants. By 1830 they had moved premises to Bakers Lane. They continued to trade from Bakers Lane until 1858 when they are listed as being at King Street. The last entry for Edward Everard & Sons is in 1865.
 

Elijah Eyre & Co & Eyres Brewery Ltd

Two Tone Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed E. Eyre & Co Kings Lynn" Codds Patent 4 & Codds Patent 6 Narrow Neck Codds Embossed "E Eyre & Co King's Lynn"
"Saltglazed Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed "Eyre & Co Lynn" Standard Codd Bottles Embossed "E Eyre & Co King's Lynn"
Saltglazed Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed Eyres Brewery Ltd Kings Lynn" Standard Codd Bottles Embossed "Elijah Eyres Brewery Ltd King's Lynn"
Champagne Ginger Beer Impressed "E Eyre & Co Kings Lynn" Dobson Patent Codd Bottles Embossed "Eyres Brewery Ltd King's Lynn"
Two Tone Ginger Beer Impressed "E Eyer & Co Kings Lynn" Dobson Patent Codd Bottles Embossed "E Eyre & Co King's Lynn"
"Saltglazed Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed "Eyre & Co King's Lynn" Standard Codd Bottle Embossed "Elijah Eyre & Co King's Lynn"
Saltglazed Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed E Eyre & Co Kings Lynn" Large Amber Seltzer Embossed "E. Eyre & Co King's Lynn"
All White Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed "Elijah Eyre & Co King's Lynn" Soda Syphon Etched "Eyre's Ltd High Class Mineral Waters Kings Lynn"
Small Hamilton Embossed "E. Eyre & Co Kings Lynn" Small Hamilton Embossed "Eyres Brewery Kings Lynn"
Slipglazed Ginger Beer Impressed "E Eyre & Co King's Lynn" Two Tone Flagon Impressed Elijah Eyres Brewery Ltd Kings Lynn"
All White Ginger Beer Printed "E. Eyre & Co King's Lynn" "E Eyre & Co Wine & Spirit Merchant Kings Lynn"
Ginger Beer Bottle Printed "Elijah Eyre & Co King's Lynn" Saltglazed Flagon Impressed "E Eyre Lynn"
Doulton Ginger Beer Bottle Printed "Eyre's Brewery Ld King's Lynn" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "E.Eyre & Company Spirit Merchants Kings Lynn"
Ginger Beer Bottles Printed "Elijah Eyre & Co King's Lynn" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Elijah Eyre & Company Spirit Merchants Kings Lynn"
Enamel Sign Which Reads "The Carpenters Arms Eyre's Fine Ales, Stouts Wines & Spirits" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "E.Eyre & Company Spirit Merchants Kings Lynn"
Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Ladybridge Brewery Kings Lynn" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "E. Eyre & Co Wine & Spirit Merchants King's Lynn"
Lady Bridge Brewery After A Flood Bankruptcy Notice For Eyres Brewery Ltd in 1926
Newspaper Notice Elijah Eyre & Co Death notice For One Of the Breweries Employees
London Gazette Notice London Gazette Notice
London Gazette Notice Elijah Eyre Death Notice
London Gazette Notice Sale from elijah Eyres Trustees of Lady bridge Brewery to Charles Miller in 1864
 
The Eyres brewery was founded in 1820, and by 1830 the company was trading as Slagg & Eyre. By 1845 he was trading as Eyre and Chester, but began to trade on his own until his death in 1864 where it became Elijah Eyre & Co. A limited company was registered in June 1896 Eyres Brewery Ltd but four years later was sold to Morgan's. Who continued to use the Eyres name until 1904.
 

James Fiddaman

Slipglazed Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "J. Fiddaman Kings Lynn" Pint & Half Pint Spirit Bottles Embossed "J. Fiddaman Wine & Spirit Merchant King's Lynn" Some Have "Nicholls Late" Embossed To Rear
Two Tone Flagon Impressed "J. Fiddaman Wine & Spirit Merchant Kings Lynn" Pint & Half Pint Spirit Bottles Embossed "J. Fiddaman Wine & Spirit Merchant King's Lynn" Some Have "Nicholls Late" Embossed To Rear
Two Tone Flagon Impressed "J. Fiddaman Wine & Spirit Merchant Kings Lynn" Pint & Half Pint Spirit Bottles Embossed "J. Fiddaman Wine & Spirit Merchant King's Lynn" Some Have "Nicholls Late" Embossed To Rear
Two Tone Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "J. Fiddaman Kings Lynn" Half Pint Beer Bottles Embossed "J. Fiddaman Wine & Spirit Merchant King's Lynn" Left Hand Bottle Has "Nicholls Late" Embossed On Front
Pint & Half Pint Slipglazed Porter Impressed "J Fiddaman Wheat Sheaf Inn Lynn" Slab Sealed Tankard Impressed "J. Fiddaman Wheat Sheaf Saloon Lynn"
Fiddaman's Hotel James Fiddaman Death Notice
Print of Fiddaman's Hotel Nicholls & Campbell Ltd Billheading
Newspaper advertising James Fiddamans takeover of the Wheatsheaf in 1852    
 
James Fiddaman is first listed in the Wheat Sheaf 11 Norfolk Street in 1854. This continues to be the case until 1865 when the Wheat Sheaf had been renamed to Fiddaman's Hotel. In 1875 He is first listed as a Wine and Spirit Merchant. James Fiddaman died in 1884 and was succeeded by William Nicholls. Between 1900 and 1904 William Nicholls is joined by Campbell to become Nicholls and Campbell Ltd. Nicholls and Campbell Ltd still continued to trade into the Second World War.

C Fowler

  Glass Flask Etched "C Fowler Plumbers Arms"     
 
Information Needed
 

Christopher & Utber Goddard

Saltglazed Flagon Impressed "u Goddard Lynn" Stoneware Porter Bottle
Sale of Goddars Brewery Advertisment for Christopher and Utber Goddard in 1835
 
Christopher and Utber Goddard are listed as Brewers and wine and spirit merchants at London Road in 1836. The next listing shows just Utber Goddard as a Brewer at Vallingers Road. In the 1845 Utber Goddard is listed as a clerk at the same address.
 

John, Edmund & John William Green

Slipglazed Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed Green Spirit Merchant Lynn" Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "J Green Spirit Merchant Lynn"
Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Edmund Green Wine & Spirit Merchant Lynn"    
 
John Green is listed in 1836 as a wine and spirit merchant at 5 Tuesday Market Place. By 1846 he is joined by Edmund Green. The last listing for John Green is in 1858. Edmund Green continues to be listed as a wine and spirit merchant up until 1883. In 1868 Edmund Green is also listed as a tobacco Manufacturer. John William Green is listed as a brewer at Windsor road from 1875 until 1883.
 

William Guymer

Stoneware Ginger Beer Bottle. I have never seen an example but supposedly does exist.    
 
William Guymer was listed as a ginger beer manufacturer from 1858 to 1865 at Garden Row King's Lynn
 

Thomas Hammond

Slip Glazed Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "T. Hammond Kings Lynn"    
 
Was in The Lamb Inn and Brewery between 1839 and 1951 when he was taken over By John Hammond Knights
 

Henry Hancock

Champagne Ginger Beer Bottles Impressed "H Hancock Ginger Beer Manufacturer Kings Lynn" Glass Ginger Beer Bottle Embossed "H Hancock Superior Ginger Beer Manufacturer Kings Lynn"
 
Henry Hancock was first listed in 1863 at the "Coal Heavers Arms" Boal St. Lynn In 1875 he was listed as a ginger beer maker in Norfolk St. Lynn. In 1883 he was listed as being a private resident at Woodside villas Gaywood and Mineral water manufacturer. In 1888 he was listed as a Soda Water, Ginger Beer, Lemonade and Mineral Water manufacturer. His last listing was in 1892 where he is listed as being a Shopkeeper at 10 Friars St. Lynn.
 

James Robert Hayes

Chemist Bottle Embossed "J R Hayes Chemist Kings Lynn" Paper Labeled Hayes Chemist Bottle
 
James Robert Hayes is listed as a chemist at 115 Norfolk Street from 1879 until 1929 when he was joined by his son and also listed at 31 London Road. In 1937 the listing was for J.R. Hayes & Son at 115 Norfolk Street and 1 Windsor Road.
 

Horace Lacey Holman

All White Champagne Ginger Beer Impressed "H. Holman Lattice"    
 
Horace Lacey Holman Lattice Inn King's Lynn 1877 - 1881, Henry James Holman 1881 - 1882
 

Howard Brothers

Champagne Ginger Beer Bottle Made By Pearson's of Chesterfield Printed "Howard Bros Botanic Brewers King's Lynn" Half Pint Beer Bottle Embossed "Howard Bros Herbal Brewers Kings Lynn"
Meadowcroft Patent Beer Bottles Embossed "Howard Bros Herbal Brewers Kings Lynn" Half Pint Beer Bottle Embossed "Howards Kings Lynn"
Howard Bros Tap Jar    
 
Information Required
 

John Jackson

Saltglazed Porter Impressed "J Jackson Lynn" Saltglazed Flagon Impressed "J Jackson Lynn"
 
The only listing I can find for John Jackson is in 1850 where he is a wine and spirit merchant at 11 Norfolk Street.
 

Jeffery & Co

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Jeffery & Co Swaffham & Lynn" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Jeffery & Co Swaffham & Lynn"
Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Jeffery & Co Swaffham & Lynn"    
 
Jeffery & Co are listed at King's Lynn From 1839 until 1896 at 31 King Street.
 

Ernest Albert Johnson

Two Tone Footwarmer Printed "E.A.Johnson Norfolk St. & High St. Lynn"    
 
In 1896 and 1900 Alfred E Johnson is listed as a China and Glass Dealer at 122 Norfolk Street. From 1904 up to 1932 Ernest Albert Johnson is listed at 122 Norfolk Street and 96 High Street.
 

John Augustus Johnson

Left Hand Bottle Embossed "J. A. Johnson Dukes Head Hotel King's Lynn" Right hand Bottle Embossed "J. A. Johnson Sandringham Restaurant King's Lynn"    
 
John Augustus Johnson was the in the East Anglian Hotel on Blackfriars Road from 1890 until 1900. In 1904 and 1908 he is listed in the Dukes Head Hotel, Tuesday Market Place and also the Sandringham Restaurant at Littleport Street.  By 1912 He was only in The Dukes Head Hotel.
 

King's Lynn & County Stores

Pint & Half Pint Beer Bottles Embossed "King's Lynn & County Stores Ltd King's Lynn" Two Tone Flagon Printed "Lynn & County Stores Kings Lynn"
 
King's Lynn & County Stores is listed from 1900 to 1922 and Grocers and Wine and Spirit Dealers at 82 High Street. In 1906 Charles E. Williams is listed as the manager.
 

Thomas Kirby

Saltglazed Bottle Impressed "T. Kirby Druggist Lynn" With Large Oval J. Bourne Patentee Pottery Mark And Ex Mark Newspaper Article Involving Thomas Kirby
Bankruptcy Notice For Thomas Kirby    
 
Thomas Kirby listed in 1822 and 1830 as a chemist & Druggist and Grocer & tea dealer at 24 Tuesday Market Place. King's Lynn
 

John Hammond Knights

Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "J. H. Knights Lamb Brewery King Street Lynn" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "J.H. Knights Queen St Brewery Kings Lynn"
Two Tone Flagon Impressed "J. H. Knights Queen Street Brewery"    
 
John knights first listed in 1854 as a brewer at King Street. In 1858 He is listed as being in the "Lamb" Public House. By 1883 he is listed as being at the Lamb Brewery in Queens Street and in the "King's Head". Between 1896 and 1900 he is succeeded by Anna Elizabeth Knights at the King's Head until 1904.
 

Emerson Langford

Two Tone Footwarmer "Emerson Langford Ironmonger Kings Lynn" All White Footwarmer Printed "Emerson Langford 180-181 Norfolk St Kings Lynn"
Emerson Langfrord Shopfront    
 
Emerson Langford was first listed in 1892 as a tobacconist in 1916 he was listed as a tobacconist and ironmonger. In his last listing in 1922 he was just listed as an ironmonger.
 

George Laws & Co

Saltglazed Porter Impressed "Laws & Co Lynn" Large Slipglazed Flask Impressed "Laws & Co Lynn"
Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Laws 7 Co (H.W. Wardrop) Wine & Spirit Merchants 8 High Street Kings Lynn" Two Tone Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "Laws Wine & Spirit Merchant High St Lynn"
Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Laws & Co Wine & Spirit Merchants Kings Lynn" Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "Laws & Co Wine & Spirit Merchants Lynn"
Half Pint Beer Bottle Embossed "Laws & Co Brewers King's Lynn" Large & Small Spirit Flasks Embossed "Laws & Co 8 High St Lynn"
10 & 6oz Codd Bottles Embossed "Laws & Co F.J Carpenter King's Lynn" 10 & 6oz Codd Bottles Embossed "Laws & Co F.J Carpenter King's Lynn" Also Known With "Lawes" Spelling
Pair of Half pint Shouldered Beers Embossed "Laws & Co Brewers King's Lynn" 10oz Codd Bottle Embossed "Lawes & Co F.J Carpenter King's Lynn"
Laws Advert John Blott Leaves Laws & Blott Partnership 1830
Laws Advert Laws Shopfront At 8 High Street
Advertising poster for Laws & co Newspaper Advertisment
Newspaper Advertisment Newspaper Advertisment in 1851
Newspaper Advertisment Newspaper Advertisment in 1849
Newspaper Advertisment Newspaper Advertisment in 1847
Newspaper Advertisment Newspaper Advertisment in 1862
Newspaper Advertisment    
 
George Laws and Co are listed from 1836 ( Although they advertised as being founded in 1840) until 1863 at 8 High Street, King's Lynn as Porter, Wine and spirit Merchants and Brewers. In 1864 and 1865 Sarah Laws is listed as a brewer. The company then was renamed Laws & Co. In 1888 H.E. Wardrop is listed as manager until 1890 when Frederick John Carpenter Takes charge and they also start to produce mineral waters. The company continues until 1916 when the Laws name is dropped and becomes F. J. Carpenter & Son Ltd ( Late Laws & Co). F. J. Carpenter and Sons Ltd was dissolved in 1933.
 

Albert William Lift

Meat Pot Printed In Black "Lift's Norfolk Potted Meats Home-Made" Meat Pot Printed In Blue "Lift's Norfolk Potted Meats Home-Made"
 
William Lift is listed as a Pork Butcher in 1836 and 1839 at 96 Norfolk Street. From 1845 until 1854 both William Lift and Maria Lift are listed as Pork Butchers William at 34 Purfleet Street and Maria at 96 Norfolk Street.  By 1858 William Lift is listed on his own  at the Purfleet Street Address. William is last listed in 1896. Albert William Lift is listed as a Pork Butcher from 1900 until 1916.
 

Frederick Ludby

Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "F. Ludby Lynn." Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "F. Ludby Wine & Spirit Merchant Lynn."
Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "F. Ludby Lynn." Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "F. Ludby Lynn."
Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "F. Ludby Wine & Spirit Merchant Lynn." Two Tone Flagon Impressed "F. Ludby Wine & Spirit Merchant Lynn."
Frederick Ludby Advert London Gazette Entry Mentioning Frederick ludby
 
Frederick Ludby took over from Morley and is Listed from 1863 to 1871 as being in the Eagle public house and continued as a wine and spirit merchant at 111 Norfolk Street until his last entry in 1883 when they were succeeded by Potter Bros.
 

Samuel Marsters

Two Tone Champagne Ginger Beer Impressed "S. Marsters Gaywood"    
 
Samuel Masters at the White House public house from 1888 until 1892. Also listed in 1896 as a ginger beer manufacturer at 1 Primrose Terrace Gaywood.
 

Rowland Alfred Metcalf

Pot Lid "Cherry Tooth Paste For Cleaning And Preserving The Teeth & Gums R.A. Metcalf Chemist Lynn & Fakenham" Pot Lid "Cherry Tooth Paste For Cleaning And Preserving The Teeth & Gums R.A. Metcalf Chemist Norfolk St Lynn"
Standard Codd Bottles Embossed "Metcalf King's Lynn" With R A M Monogram Large & Small Flat Bottomed Hamiltons Embossed "Metcalf Chemist King's Lynn"
Saltglazed Doulton Ginger Beer Printed "Home Brewed Chemist Metcalf King's Lynn Ginger Beer" Meadowcroft Patent Bottle Embossed "Metcalf King's Lynn" With R A M Monogram
Fragments Of A Soda Syphon Metcalf Leaflet For Horse Medicines
Death Notice Rowland Metcalf
Fire At Metcalf's Southgate Works RA Metcalf agent for Bergers Lime-Sulpher
Metcalf's shop at Norfolk Street    
 
Rowland Metcalf started as a chemist in Fakenham around 1888 after leaving Fakenham R. A. Metcalf continued at King's Lynn, where he expanded into drinks manufacturing with a factory at the Southgate Works, as well as continuing as a chemist until 1933 when they became Metcalf and Spreckley Ltd.
 

Frederick John Miles

Paper labeled Chemist Bottle Miles Shopfront
 
First listed in 1883 as a chemist at Tower Street by 1886 he also had premises at 8 Windsor Road. The Shop at Windsor Road was last listed in 1900 and continues to be listed after 1937.
 

Frederick E. Moore & Forster Grand Moore

Frederick E Moore Showcard All White Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed "F E Moore Lynn"
Glass Ginger Beer Bottles Embossed "Fredk E Moore & Co Superior Ginger Beer New Conduit St Kings Lynn" & "Forster G Moore & Co Superior Ginger Beer New Conduit St Kings Lynn" Pair Of 0oz Amber Codds Both Embossed "F.G. Moore & Co King's Lynn" The Right Hand Bottle Has The "New Conduit St" Address Across The Middle
Doulton Ginger Beer Bottle Printed "Home Brewed New Conduit Street F.G. Moore & Co Kings Lynn Ginger Beer" Stretched Seltzer  & 10oz Codd Bottles Embossed "F.G. Moore & Co New Conduit St King's Lynn"
Large & Small Amber Seltzers Embossed "Moore & Son Kings Lynn" Stretched Seltzer Bottle Embossed "F.G. Moore & Co New Conduit St King's Lynn"
Two Tone Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed "F G Moore & Co Kings Lynn" All White Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed "F G Moore Lynn"
Two Tone Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed "F G Moore & Co Kings Lynn Registered" Two Tone Ginger Beer Impressed "Forster G Moore Kings Lynn"
Two Tone Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed "F G Moore & Co Kings Lynn" Two Tone Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed "F G Moore Lynn"
Two Tone Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed "F G Moore & Co Kings Lynn" Glass Ginger Beer Bottle Etched "F.G.Moore & Co King's Lynn"
Moore & Co Small Hamilton Forster G Moore Large Hamilton
10oz Cylinders Frederick E Moore Large Hamilton
Sale notice for FG Moores Factory in 1908 Manager of FG Moore fined for having two dogs without a licence
Newspaper article. Fire at Moores factory in 1877    
 
Fredrik E Moore Listed at St. Nicholas Street Lynn in 1868, Frederick Moved from St Nicholas St. to New Conduit St. between 1869 and 1875. The company was taken over by Forster Grand Moore at New Conduit Street King's Lynn in before 1883 and continued to be listed at King's Lynn up until 1908.
 

Morgan's Brewery Co Ltd

Bakelite Tray Champagne Ginger Beer Printed "Morgan's Brewery Co Ltd Stone Ginger Norwich & King's Lynn" & Standard Ginger Beer Printed "Morgan's Brewery Co Ltd Brewed Ginger Beer Norwich & Kings Lynn"
Enameled Tray Doulton Ginger Beer Bottles Printed "Morgan's Brewery Co Ltd Stone Ginger Beer Norwich & Kings Lynn"
"Morgan's Brewery Lynn" Token Bourne Denby Ginger Beer Bottles Printed "Morgan's Brewery Co Ltd Brewed Ginger Beer Norwich & Kings Lynn"
Glass Ash Or Change Tray 4 Variations Of Ginger Beer Printed "Morgan's Brewery Compy Brewed Ginger Beer Norwich Branch Stores Chatteris Kings Lynn Ely Newcastle On Tyne Grimston Letheringsett Holt Yarmouth Watton Wymondham Wisbech North Walsham"
Two Tone "Morgans Brewery Company Limited Kings Lynn" 6oz Labeled Codd Bottle With Norwich & Lynn Label
Soda Syphon Etched "Morgans Brewery Ltd Norwich & Kings Lynn" Soda Syphon Etched "Morgans Brewery Ltd Norwich & Kings Lynn"
Soda Syphon Etched "Morgans Brewery Co Branch Stores Chatteris Kings Lynn Ely Newcastle Grimston Letheringsett Holt Yarmouth Watton Wymondham Wisbech North Walsham Spalding Fakenham Norwich" Soda Syphon Etched "Morgans Norwich And Kings Lynn"
Rileys Patents Embossed "Morgans Norwich & Lynn" Crown Cap Half Pint Beer Bottle Embossed "Morgans Norwich & Lynn"
Pint & Half Pine Beer Bottles Embossed "Morgans Norwich & Lynn" Stretched Seltzer Bottles Embossed "Morgans Norwich & Lynn"
Crown Cap Flat Bottomed Hamilton Embossed "Morgans Norwich & Lynn" Pint Beer Bottle Embossed "Morgans Norwich & Lynn"
Black & White Scan Of Morgans Showcard Morgans advertisment
 
Morgans Brewery Co Ltd are first listed in King's Lynn In 1896 as Brewers with Frederick George Betts as agent at 4 Railway Road. By 1900 they had completed the takeover of Elijah Eyre & Co of Ladybridge Brewery. Morgans Continued brewing at King's Lynn until 1951.
 

Robert Morley

Slipglazed Porter Impressed "R Morley Lynn" Frederick Ludby Late Morley Advert
 
Robert J Morley Wine Merchant 1861-1871
 

William Nicholls & Nicholls & Campbell Ltd

Glass Matchstriker Engraved "Nicholls & Campbell Ld King's Lynn Wine Merchants" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "W Nicholls Wine Merchants Kings Lynn"
Sealed Glass Jar Embossed Nicholls & Campbell Ltd Kings Lynn" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Nicholls & Campbell Ltd Kings Lynn"
Brass Desk Calendar Stamped "Nicholls & Campbell Ltd Wine Merchants King's Lynn " Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Nicholls & Campbell Kings Lynn"
Pint Spirit Bottles Embossed "W. Nicholls J. Fiddaman Wine & Spirit Merchant Kings Lynn" & Nicholls Wine & Spirit Merchant King's Lynn" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Nicholls & Campbell Ltd Kings Lynn"
Whiskey Bottle Embossed "W Nicholls Wine Merchant Kings Lynn" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Nicholls & Campbell Ltd King's Lynn"
Half Pint Beer Bottles Embossed "Nicholls & Campbell Ltd Wine Merchants King's Lynn" Half Pint Beer Bottles Embossed "W. Nicholls Kings Lynn"
Half Pint Beer Bottles Embossed "Nicholls & Campbell Ltd King's Lynn" Half Pint Crown Cap Beer Bottle Embossed "Nicholls & Campbell King's Lynn"
Pint Beer Bottles Embossed "Nicholls & Campbell Ltd Wine Merchants King's Lynn" Two tone flagon impressed "W. Nicholls Wine & Spirit Merchant Kings Lynn"
Death of William Nicholls in 1906 Death of William Nicholls in 1906
Advertising for cellarman 1893 Fined by Police in 1902
 
James Fiddaman is first listed in the Wheat Sheaf 11 Norfolk Street in 1854. This continues to be the case until 1865 when the Wheat Sheaf had been renamed to Fiddaman's Hotel. In 1875 He is first listed as a Wine and Spirit Merchant. James Fiddaman died in 1884 and was succeeded by William Nicholls. Between 1900 and 1904 William Nicholls is joined by Campbell to become Nicholls and Campbell Ltd. Nicholls and Campbell Ltd still continued to trade into the Second World War.
 

R. M. Pacy

Slipglazed Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "R.M. Pacy Lynn"    
 
R. M. Pacey listed as wine and spirit merchant at King Staithe King's Lynn in 1822.
 

William Joseph Palmer

Pot Lid Printed "Otto Of Rose Cold Cream W.J.Palmer Pharmaceutical Chemist 92. Norfolk Street Lynn." Chemist Bottle Embossed "Palmers Bronchial Linctus 92 Norfolk Street Kings Lynn"
Chemist Bottle Embossed "Palmers Bronchial Linctus" Advert From Hunstanton & Lynn Guide
 
In 1877 William Joseph Palmer is listed at 92 Norfolk Street as a chemist and druggist. In 1879 he is listed as the sole proprietor of the celebrated bronchial linctus. He continues to be listed until 1916.
 

Henry Parker

Blue Top Black Print Ginger Beer Bottles Printed "H. Parker King's Lynn" Blue Top Blue Print Ginger Beer Bottles Printed "H. Parker King's Lynn"
Blue Top Ginger Beers Impressed "H. Parker King's Lynn" Standard Codd Bottles Embossed "H. Parker king's Lynn"
Niagara & Standard Codds Embossed "H. Parker King's Lynn" 10oz Niagara Patent Embossed "H. Parker King's Lynn"
Half Pint Shouldered Beer Bottle Embossed "H. Parker Kings Lynn"    
 
The first listing I can find from Henry parker is in 1905 as an aerated water manufacturer at Tower St. Lynn, He continued to be listed until 1916.
 

Charles Wallace Payne

Half Pint Crown Cap Beer Bottle Embossed Round Base "C.W. Payne King's Lynn"    
 
Charles Wallace Payne was in the "Eagle" between 1934 and 1938 at 111 Norfolk Street.
 

Thomas Peatling & Sons Ltd & Peatling & Cawdron

Half Pint Beer Bottles Embossed "Peatling & Sons King's Lynn & Wisbech" Two Tone Flagon Printed "Thos Peatling & Sons Ltd Kings Lynn & Wisbech"
Two Tone Flagon Printed "Thos Peatling & Sons Wine & Spirit Importers Wisbech & Kings Lynn" Pint Beer Bottle Embossed "Thos Peatling & Sons Ltd King's Lynn & Wisbech"
Half Pint Beer Bottle Embossed "Peatling & Sons King's Lynn & Wisbech" Two Tone Flagon Printed "Thos Peatling & Sons Kings Lynn & Wisbech"
Half Pint Crown Cap Beer Bottle embossed "Thos Peatling & Sons Ltd King's Lynn & Wisbech" Pair of Pint Beer Bottles Embossed "Thos Peatling & Sons King's Lynn"
Left Hand Beer Bottle Embossed "Peatling & Sons King's Lynn & Wisbech" Right Hand Bottle Embossed "Thos Peatling & Sons King's Lynn & Wisbech" Small Bottle Embossed "Thos Peatling & Sons Ltd King's Lynn & Wisbech"
Wooden Crate Which Reads "Thos. Peatling & Sons Ltd Wine & Spirit Merchants Wisbech & King's Lynn" Wooden Crate Which Reads "Peatling & Cawdron"
Peatlings Stores At King's Lynn Click On The Image For A Short Video Of Thomas Peatlings Premises In Kings Lynn
Thomas Peatling Advertisment for Johncup Whiskey    
 
Thomas Peatling & Sons are first listed in 1908 at King's Lynn although they were established in Wisbech in 1926. They were listed as being Wine and spirit importers, Whiskey Blenders & Beer Merchants at 71 High Street and Vaults at Purfleet Quay. They also advertised that they had the only Whiskey blending bond between Hull and London. By 1929 they had become a Limited company. The company continued and merged with Herbert Cawdron but in 1956 went into liquidation.
 

Edgar Phillip Pipe

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "E.P. Pipe Kings Lynn" Whiskey Flask Embossed "Wine Merchant E. P. Pipe King's Lynn"
Two Tone Flagon Impressed "E.P. Pipe Wine & Spirit Merchant Kings Lynn" Two Tone Printed "E.P. Pipe Wine & Spirit Merchant Kings Lynn"
 
Elizabeth Pipe is listed from 1858 until 1875 as being a Brewer and in the "Rose" Public House. In 1875 Edgar Phillip Pipe is listed as the Brewer At South Street and Elizabeth is Still in the pub. In 1877 until 1883 Edgar is in control of the "Rose" and Brewer. In 1888 Edgar Phillip Pipe is listed as a brewer at South Street and Wine and Spirit Merchant at St. James Street and 104 Norfolk Street. From 1892 he is listed as being in the "Oxford Arms" and from 1904 he is listed in the "Queen" Tower Street until 1912.
 

Herbert Thomas Pointer

6 & 10oz Niagara Patent Codd Bottles Embossed "Pointer Lynn & Hunstanton" With TH Monogram Newspaper Notice about the failings of Pointers Business 1903
Full account of Herbert Thomas Pointers Mineral Water Works 1903 Newspaper Notice about the failings of Pointers Business 1903
Sale Notice for a soda water machine and 20 gross of stoneware bottles 1901    
 
Herbert Thomas Pointer was an engineer in the employment of Frederick Savage of King's Lynn. Went into business as a mineral water manufacturer in 1899 and gave up the business in 1901.
 

William Grant Potter & Potter Brothers

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Potter Brothers Wine & Spirit Merchants Lynn" Two Tone Flagon Impressed W.G. Potter Wine & Spirit Merchant Lynn"
 
Potter Brothers are first listed in 1888 as wine and spirit merchants at 110 and 111 Norfolk Street and the "Eagle". By 1892 William Grant Potter was listed on his own at the same address. He continued to be listed until his last listing in 1900.
 

William Ramsell & Ramsell & Spinks

Two Tone Champagne Ginger Beer Impressed "W. Ramsell Kings Lynn" Two Tone Champagne Ginger Beer Impressed "W. Ramsell Kings Lynn"
W. Ramsell Showcard Two Tone Ginger Beer Printed "W. Ramsell Brewed W.R. Ginger Beer Austin St. Works, King's Lynn"
Half Pint Beer Bottle Embossed "W. Ramsell King's Lynn" With WR Trade Mark Stretched Seltzer Embossed "W. Ramsell Lynn"
Beavis Patent & 6 & 10oz Standard Codd Bottles Embossed W. Ramsell King's Lynn" With W R Monogram Two Tone Ginger Beer Printed "Ramsell & Spinks Austin St. Works R. & S. Kings Lynn Brewed Ginger Beer"
Standard Codd Bottles Embossed "Ramsell & Spinks R&S Kings Lynn" Two Tone Ginger Beer Bottles Impressed "Ramsell & Spinks Kings Lynn"
Two Tone Ginger Beer Bottle Impressed "Ramsell & Spinks Kings Lynn" William Ramsell
 
William Ramsell listed at St Nicholas Street Lynn in the 1892 Kelly's Directory. Became Ramsell & Spinks, 88 Norfolk Street Lynn Kelly's Directory 1896 and was back trading as William Ramsell by 1901 at The Austin Street factory and at Hunstanton but the last listing was in 1908.
 

Alfred Ream & Son

Half Pint Shouldered Beer Bottles Embossed "A. Ream & Son High Street King's Lynn" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Ream & Son 61 High St Kings Lynn"
Shop or Pub Frontage Death Notice For Alfred Ream
 
Alfred Ream & Co are listed from 1875 until 1879 as Wine and Brandy Merchants at 61 High Street. In 1883 the name changes to Alfred Ream & Son. The last entry for Alfred Ream & Son is in 1896.
 

John Oliver Reynolds & Sons

Pair Of Champagne Two Tone Ginger Beers Impressed "J O Reynolds & Sons, King's Lynn" & "J O Reynolds & Son, King's Lynn" Two Tone Ginger Beer Bottle Printed "J O Reynolds & Sons, King's Lynn"
 
John Oliver Reynolds and Sons, ginger beer manufacturers Gaywood Lane. Kelly's Directory 1892
 

William Roberts

     
 
William Roberts was a grocer at the Tuesday market Place in 1830 until 1865.
 

Charles Thomas Robinson

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "C.T. Robinson Lynn" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "C.T. Robinson Lynn"
 
Charles Thomas Robinson is listed as a Wine and Spirit Merchant at King Street in 1875. This continues to be the case until 1900 when Robinson and Groom are listed. In 1904 Charles Thomas Robinson & Co are listed but in 1906 Robinson & Groom are listed again. In the last listing in 1908 Charles Thomas Robinson & Co are listed again.
 

R. C. R. Robinson

Two Tone Crown Cap Ginger Beer Bottle Printed "R.C.R. Robinson Table Waters King's Lynn" Soda Syphon Etched "R C R Robinson King's Lynn" With RCRR Trade Mark
Soda Syphon Etched "The Property of R C R Robinson King's Lynn" Pair Of Crown Cap Glass Ginger Beer Bottles Both Embossed "R.C.R. Robinson King's Lynn" To Front & "Stone Ginger Beer To Rear"
Various Glass Bottles Embossed "R.C.R. Robinson Table Waters King's Lynn" Crown Cap Flat Bottomed Hamilton Embossed "R.C.R. Robinson Table Waters King's Lynn"
Kelly's Directory With Robinson Advert On Cover    
 
R. Robinson listed as mineral water manufacturers at Page Stair lane King's Lynn in 1933.
 

John Jex Rolfe

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "J.J. Rolfe Brewer & Spirit Merchant Kings Lynn" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "J.J. Rolfe Brewer & Spirit Merchant Kings Lynn"
Pint & Half pint Beer Bottles Embossed "John J. Rolfe King's Lynn" With Serpent Trade Mark Two Tone Flagon Impressed "J.J. Rolfe Brewer & Spirit Merchant Kings Lynn"
Two Tone Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "J.J. Rolfe Brewer & Spirit Merchant Kings Lynn" Two Tone Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "J.J. Rolfe Brewer Kings Lynn"
London Road Brewery Plan Sale of the London Road Brewery
 
John Jex Rolfe is listed as a Brewer, Maltster and Spirit Merchant at the London Road Brewery from 1875 to 1906 when they were taken over by Hogge and Seppings.
 

Rummer Hotel

Glass Spirit Flask    
 
Information Needed
 

Scott & Son

Radio Footwarmer Printed "Scott & Son High Street King's Lynn" Two Tone Footwarmer Printed "Scott & Son High Street King's Lynn"
Scott & Son Shopfront Scott & Son Shopfront
Catalogue Advert Catalogue Advert
Catalogue Advert    
 
Thomas William Scott is listed as an Upholsterer at Church Street, King's Lynn from 1875 until 1888. In 1890 He was listed as a House Furnisher in Partnership as Jermyn and Scott. This continued until 1896 When Scott went it alone as Scott & Son and were listed as Complete House Furnishers, Cabinet Makers & Upholsterers, Removal Contractors & Furniture Warehoused, Funeral Furnishers 89,93 & 94 High Street. Steam Factory Waterloo Road. Scott & Son continue to be listed beyond 1932.
 

Charles Skipper

Half Pint Beer Bottle Embossed "C. Skipper Sandringham Restaurant King's Lynn"    
 
Charles Skipper is listed as a pastry cook at 2 Norfolk Street from 1875 until 1900 and in The Sandringham Restaurant at Littleport Street from 1888 until 1900.
 

Thomas Smith

Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "T.Smith Wine & Spirit Merchant Lynn"    
 
Thomas Smith is listed as a wine and spirit Merchant at 111 Norfolk Street in 1854 and 1858.
 

Steward & Patteson Ltd

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Steward & Patteson Ltd King's Lynn" Half Pint Beer Bottles Embossed "Steward & Patteson King's Lynn"
Steward & Patteson Advert With William Allen Steward & Pattesons brewery in St James Street
 
Steward, Patteson, Finch & Co are listed as Brewers, Maltsters & Spirit Merchants At Railway Road King's Lynn with William Allen as Agent in 1868. By 1875 Henry Holmes was the agent. From 1879 until 1892 William Humphrey was the agent. In 1896 Steward, Patteson, Finch & Co had Become Steward & Patteson Limited. By 1900 they had relocated to St James Street. The last entry for Steward & Patteson and King's Lynn was in 1916 when Albert Ernest Massingham was listed as agent.
 

John Stockdale

1 Pint Porter Bottle Impressed "I. Stockdale & Son Lynn"    
 
In 1836 John Stockdale Junior is listed as a Wine and Spirit Merchant at Purfleet Quay. In 1839 J.B. Stockdale is listed as a Brewer at 1 King Street and in 1845 John Stockdale & Son is listed as a wine and spirit merchant at Purfleet Quay.
 

Henry Thomas Sturley

Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "Henry Sturley Brewer & Spirit Merchant Lynn" Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "Henry Sturley Brewer & Spirit Merchant Lynn"
Advertisment for a Brewer Legal action taken by Henry Sturley in 1859
 
Henry Thomas Sturley is listed as a Wine and Spirit merchant, Porter and Ale Dealer  in 1845 until 1858 at Church Lane
 

Swain & Co

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Swain & Co Wine Merchants Lynn"    
 
Swain & Co are listed from in 1877 as a Wine and Spirit Merchant and Ale and Porter dealer at 60 High Street. The last entry is in 1879 where they are listed at The Beaconsfield Restaurant and also Wine merchant at 60 High Street.
 

John Thorpe

Saltglazed Flagon Impressed "John Thorp Brandy Merchant Lynn"    
 
John Thorpe listed as wine and spirit merchant at High St. Kings Lynn in 1822
 

Thrower & Co

"Thrower & Co Superior Table Waters Kings Lynn" "Thrower & Co Superior Table Waters Kings Lynn & Hunstanton"
Paper Labeled Throwers Ginger Beer Glass Crown Cap Ginger Beer Embossed "Thrower King's Lynn & Hunstanton"
Pair of Crown Cap Pop Bottles Glass Crown Cap Pop Bottles Embossed "Thrower King's Lynn & Hunstanton"
Glass Ash Tray With Throwers Label Glass Ash Tray With Throwers Label
Inside Thrower & Co's Factory Thrower & Co Delivery lorry
 
Early 1920s Mr. R. W. Thrower started the company from scratch at premises at South Quay, King's Lynn. Mid 1920s he took over Watsons of Hunstanton and ran both factories until his untimely death at the age of 42 in 1938, winning both gold and silver medals for his drinks during that time. His Widow ran the business through the 1939/45 war supplying RAF and Army camps as well as local pubs etc. The Hunstanton factory was closed for security reasons during that time, and the Lynn factory was the only one of five in the town to remain open throughout the war. After WW11 the two sons took over and combined both factories into a new purpose built one on the Lynn Hardwick Estate in 1964 and production continued there until 1971 when the factory was sold and the firm moved to Hunstanton, trading from there as wholesalers finally closing in 1984. At its height it had ten vehicles on the road and employed around 30 staff.
 

James Towell & Thomas Kendle

1 Pint Stoneware Porter Bottle Impressed "Towell & Kendle Lynn" London Gazette Notice From 1846
Newspaper Article    
 
James Towell & Thomas Kendle are listed as Coal Merchants at Queens St Lynn from 1822 until 1846. The partnership between Towell and Kendle was dissolved on the 27th January 1846.
 

Alfred Moses Everard Tuddenham

Glass Spirit Flask Embossed "A.M.E Tuddenham Dukes Head King's Lynn"    
 
Alfred Tuddenham Is Listed in The Dukes Head Hotel Between 1892 and 1895
 

Walter Enterprise Warnes

Pair of Half Pint Shouldered Beer Bottles the left embossed "W.E. Warnes Ludby's King's Lynn." the Right Hand "W. E. Warnes King's Lynn."    
 
Walter Enterprise Warnes is listed in the "Eagle" Public house at 110 Norfolk Street in 1904 and 1908. Walter Warnes Emigrated to New Zealand in 1910.
 

James Watt

Clear Glass "James Watt Hair Dresser Kings Lynn" Blue Glass "James Watt Hair Dresser Kings Lynn"
James Watt's Hair Saloon James Watt's Hair Saloon
James Watt's Hair Saloon    
 
James Watt is listed as a hairdresser at 86 High Street from 1906 until 1916.
 

Thomas Wells

Stoneware Slip Glazed Veterinary Bottle Impressed "T Wells VS Lynn"    
 
Thomas Wells is listed as a Veterinary Surgeon at 19 Broad Street in 1836 and 1839.
 

James Wenn

Stoneware Flagon Impressed "J. Wenn Wine and Spirit Merchant King's Lynn" Advert for Wenn's Hotel
 
James Wenn is listed at "The Restaurant" 123 High Street from 1877 until 1888 as a confectioner and Wine and Spirit Merchant. By 1890 his wife Lizzie Wenn had succeeded him. Lizzie continued the wine and spirit business and restaurant until 1912. When Wenn's Successors were listed as wine and spirit merchants. This continued to be the case until 1912 when Wenn's Hotel and Restaurant. The restaurant is still in business today and the building is Grade II Listed.
 

West Norfolk & Lynn Hospital

Glass Chemist Bottle Embossed "West Norfolk and Lynn Hospital"    
 
West Norfolk and Lynn Hospital was built in 1834 for 3000 and was enlarged with two extra wings in 1847. The Hospital was closed C.1985 after the building of the new Queen Elizabeth II Hospital.
 

William Carter Wigg

Hexagonal Chemist Bottle Embossed "Elixir Pectorale W.C. Wigg High St Lynn" Chemist Bottle Embossed "W.C. Wigg Chemist Lynn"
Chemist Bottle Embossed "W.C. Wigg Chemist Lynn" Newspaper Article
Newspaper Article Newspaper Article
Sydney Count Advert for Wiggs Medicines Sydney Count Advert for Wiggs Medicines 1895
Wigg Elixir Pectorale Advertisment from 1846.    
 
William Carter Wigg is listed as a chemist at 17 High Street from 1836 until 1880.
 

George Williams

Three Codd Bottles 10oz in Aqua Glass and 10 & 6oz In Clear Glass Embossed "G. Williams Late Alma Woods Kings Lynn" Aqua Glass Crown Cap Pop Bottle Embossed "G. Williams Late Alma Woods King's Lynn"
Clear Glass Crown Cap Skittle Embossed "G. Williams Late Alma Woods King's Lynn"    
 
George Williams listed as an Mineral water manufacturer at Austin St King's Lynn from 1929 to 1933 took over from Alma Woods & Co.
 

Alma Woods & Co

Crown Cap Skittle Embossed "Alma Woods Wisbech & Lynn" 10oz Codd bottle Marked "Alma Woods & Co Wisbech Walpole & Lynn"
 
Alma Woods was listed as a Brewer, wine and spirit merchant, and mineral water manufacturer from 1883 until 1916 in Walpole and up until 1922 in Wisbech. Alma Woods also had premises at Lynn from 1912 until 1922 When George Williams took over.
 

North Norfolk Bottles 2015