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Ward, William & Son

, Haverhill

Listed in 1892.

Charles Frederick Christmas acquired the brewery from William Ward & Son in 1894.

Details of pub premises belonging to William Ward & Son sold, along with the brewery, by auction 23 January 1894*** - taken from the original source of documentation at Suffolk Records Office:

Hundon: The Cock
Little Wratting: The Rising Sun
Stansfield: The Compasses
Stoke-by-Clare: The George
Withersfield: The Duke
Haverhill: The Bell Hotel (High St)
Haverhill: The Prince of Wales (Station Road)
Haverhill: The Star (Queen St)
Haverhill: The Three Goats (High St)

(***Original source of documentation transcribed by Graham Nunn)

See Joseph Boreham for historic information.