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Suffolk in 1869, the Suffolk Public Houses Trade Directory
Unicorn, Daniel Brown, 56 Eastgate Street, Bury St Edmunds
Unicorn, William Smith, 2 Orwell Place, Ipswich
Union Jack, John Bradbrook, Quay Side, Ipswich
Victoria, Mrs Louisa Clarke, 25 Berners Street, Ipswich
Victoria, Mrs George Darcey, Bawdsey Ferry, Felixstow
Victoria, William Ridgeon, Thurston, Bury St Edmunds
Victoria, Mrs Martha Woodard, East Street, Southwold, Wangford
Village Maid, James Brereton, Lound, Lowestoft
Vine, William Jackson, Wickham Market
Vine, Wm Taylor Jobson, 5 Church Street, St Clements, Ipswich
Vine, James Leeder, Hopton, Thetford
Volunteer, Edward Edwards, Saxtead, Wickham Market
Vulcan, David Woolnough, Sisewell, Leiston, Saxmundham
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