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Willett, J. R.

Major's Corner, Ipswich

To be lett, the Admiral Vernon's Head, in the Parish of St Margaret, in Ipswich. Also, another Public-House in Ipswich, the White Hart & Punch-Bowl. Enquire of Mr Willett, Brewer in Ipswich aforesaid.Ipswich Journal, 11 July 1772***
To be lett or sold, a Tenement, situated in the Hamlet in Ipswich, formerly known by the Sign of the Wilkes's Head. Also another tenement in St Matthew's parish, formerly known by the Sign of the Globe. Enquire of Mr. Willitt, brewer in IpswichIpswich Journal, 25 Feb 1775***
To be let immediately (the present tenant being obliged to leave town). A public house called the Globe situate on St Mathews parish in Ipswich. For particulars apply Mr Willet, brewer in Ipswich.Ipswich Journal, 14 Sep 1782

Listed in 1791 Universal British Directory.