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The Suffolk Pigots Directory Listing of Taverns, Inns & Public Houses in 1839.
Griffin, Mary Fox, Brockford
Kings Head, George Reynalds, Mendlesham
Royal Oak, Charles Gerrard, Mendlesham
Mildenhall, & Barton Mills
Bell Inn (Commercial), George Gooch, High Street
Bull Inn (Posting & Commercial), Thomas Reeve, Barton Mills
Dog & Partridge, John Taylor, Barton Mills
Maids Head, Clark Wrampling, Kill Street
Ram, Robert Blade, High Street
Ship, Robert Frost, Mill Street
Tigers head, Frs Hammond, Market Place
White Hart, Lionel Simpson, High Street
Anchor, Chas Kirby Bocking, Nayland
Angel, Charles Humphrey, Bures
Queens Head, Wm Baskett, Nayland
Queens Head, Geo Hurrel, Bures
Vine, George Davy, Nayland
White Hart (Commercial & Excise office), John Seabrook Mortimer, Nayland
Needham Market 
Bull, Robert Mudd
George Inn, Webster Adams
Kings Head, John Knight
Queens Head, Richard Sage
Rampant Horse, John Mount (and Maltster)
Red Lion, William Codd, Barton
Swan Inn, Samuel Hagger
Three Tuns, William Tydeman
Crown & Castle, Robert Cooper
Jolly Sailor, Samuel Fuller
Kings Head, John Hammond
White Hart, James Wood
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