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Hadleigh Anchor Inn

Hadleigh Anchor Inn

also traded as Barley Mow, Standard

Closed about 1927

opened about 1661

Bridge St

grid reference TM 022 429

This pub managed to go through a few names:

  • Between 1661 & 1835 it was called the Standard**
  • Between 1837 & 1871 it was called the Barley Mow**
  • Between 1871 & 1927 it was called the Anchor**

Elisabeth Scrivener is recorded at the Barley Mow, in another pub located in Benton Street in 1844 (later called the Falcon) but by 1855 she is recorded here when this beer house was also called the Barley Mow.

It was rebuilt by 1892, when it was recorded as the Anchor.

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Historical interest

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

(*** Historical details from Bob Mitchell)

(** historic newspaper information from Stuart Ansell)

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