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The Suffolk Pigots Directory Listing of Taverns, Inns & Public Houses in 1839.

Bungay [10 & 11]
Kings Head, Samuel Todd, Market Place
Three Tuns, Wm G Buckenham

Angel, James Clamp, Lower Olland Street
British Oak, Henry Spall, New Road
Butchers Arms, Robert Read, Bull Lane
Chequers, Edward Pitt, Bridge Street
Cherry Tree, Daniel Spink, near the Common
Crown, Charles Battele, Market Place
Duke, Edward Capon, Earsham
Duke of York, Susan Hopkins, Ditchingham
Falcon, William Godbold, Ditchingham
Fleece, George Chase, Olland Street
Green Dragon, Mary Dale, Bridge Street
Horse & Groom, Isaac Sadd, Broad Street
Jolly Butchers, William Gibbs, Haymarket
Kings Arms, Isaac August, Bridge Street
Pickerel, William Mullinger, Market Place
Plough, William Watson, Plough Street
Prince of Wales, Jas Rant, Upper Olland Street
Queens Head, Robert Chase, Trinity Street
Rose & Crown, Samuel Smith, Upper Olland Street
Ship, Robert Woodrow, Lower Olland Street
Thatched House, Robert Godbold, Printing office lane
Watch House, John Pearse, Beccles Road
White Horse, William Rose, Staith
White Lion, Robert Ebbage, Earsham Street
White Swan, Jno Stockdale, Market Place

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