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Bury St Edmunds Black Lion

Bury St Edmunds Black Lion

52.2474,0.70813

Closed: 1850s

Risbygate St

grid reference TL 849 644 (approximate location)

Lot 3 All that very good-accustomed public house, with the Brewhouse, yard and other conveniences to the same belonging, called the Black Lion, situate in the Whiting-street in Bury aforesaid, now in the occupation of Mr. Joseph Neale, tenant at will, together with a messuage or tenement and piece of garden-ground in the Guildhall-street, in the occupation of Peter Mansfield, through which premises there is a passage from the Guildhall-street to the said public house.....apply to Mr. Coldham, Bury.Ipswich Journal, 23 Aug 1777***

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