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

Ixworth, Pakenham & neighbours [37]
Bell, John Bridges, Pakenham
Greyhound, Mary Dover, Ixworth
Pickerel Inn, Samuel Haddon, Ixworth
Woolpack, Hy Clemence, Pakenham

Lavenham [38]
Anchor, John Ranson
Angel, Thomas Woollard
Blackbirds, Robert Johnson
Black Lion (and excise office), Elizabeth Mattham
Cock, Henry Death
Greyhound (and Posting), Susan Wabe
One Bell, John Smith
Swan, William Stutter
White Horse, John Rampling

Long Melford [39]
Black Lion, Robert Jarvis
Bell (Commercial & Posting), James Milam
Cock and Bell, Amore King
George, Joseph Copsey
Hare, James Harris
Ram, Daniel Gooch
Rose & Crown, James Abbron
Swan, Charles Poulter
White Hart, Joseph King

Lowestoft etc [41]
Crown, Susannah Balls, High Street
Queens Head (Commercial & Posting), Carnaby Ansdell, High Street

Blue Anchor, William Smith, High Street
Bowling Green, Thomas Jarvis, Bell Lane
Compasses, Susan Jervis, Back of Queens Head, High Street
Crown & Anchor, Thomas Balls, High Street
Dove, Samuel Halifax, Dove Lane
Dukes head, Samuel Allerton, Dukes Head Street
Dutch Boy, Joseph Allerton, High Street
Ferry Boat, Eliz Lane, back of Queens Head
Fox & Hounds, John Stanton, Southend
George & Dragon, Wm Wyatt, Kirkley
Globe, Edward Jauncey, High Street
Herring Fishery, Thos Porter, Southend
Kings Head, Robert Holbrook, Mariners lane
Maltsters, George Cox, High Street
Mariners, William Loveday, Mariners Street
Mill, John Fuller, Kirkley
Ship, Thomas Colby, Pakefield
Ship, David Spurgeon, High Street
Suffolk, John Welchman, Southend
Three Herrings, Robert Utting, High Street

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