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last updated 30/12/2019

Glemsford Bull

historical closure era: ancient

Overview | Historical info

Notice hereby given that on Monday 24th June at the Bull in Glemsford will be the usual and annual show of horses and colts, fit for the cart or saddle. An ordinary will be provided at 2 o clock when all gentlemen and others that please to favour me with their company shall meet with a suitable entertainment, by their humble servant, James AlbonIpswich Journal, 22 Jun 1782
To be sold by auction all the household furniture and effects of Mr John Hurrell, at the Bull Inn, Glemsford; who is going into another line of business; consisting of bedsteads and hangings, fine goose and flock beds, chests with draws, walnut tree and other chairs, wainscot dining, pillar and dressing tables, pier and dressing glasses, bureau, neat painted beaufet, glass and earthen ware, fire irons, boilers, 30 hour clock and case, nearly new wind up kitchen range, 4ft bar, lever crane, and excellent smoke jack, oven door and frame, washing copper, new quarter cart with iron arms, calculated for a miller, and a variety of kitchen and other requisites.Ipswich Journal, May 1805**

It may well be an earlier name for one of the other pubs we list in the village.

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

(** historic newspaper information from Stuart Ansell)