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Framlingham Farriers' Arms

Framlingham Farriers' Arms

also traded as White Hart

North East, 52.22185,1.34515

Closed: Before 1959

opened pre-1750

4 Double St

grid reference TM 285 634

The pub was built late in the 17th century or early in the 18th century. It's still listed as a pub in the 1909 Rate book.

According to a document in the Suffolk Record Office, this was originally called the White Hart. The document records it as far back as 1750 and seems to suggest that the name change occurred in 1832. It further states that the pub had been converted into a private dwelling by 1959.

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(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)

(** historic newspaper information from Stuart Ansell)

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