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Whitton White Horse

Whitton White Horse

Closed before 1840

Joseph Stead, Alehouse-keeper of the White Horse in Whitton had misappropriated Goods from the owner (not named).Ipswich Journal, October 25th 1740***
To be lett, the White Horse at Whitton, near Ipswich. Enquire of Mr Robert Peacock at the Three Cups, St Nicholas Parish, Ipswich.Ipswich Journal, April 7th 1750***
To be lett, the White Horse in Whitton NB To be lett either to a Private Family or as a Public-House. Enquire of Joseph Rudland, near the said House.Ipswich Journal, June 15th 1751***
To be lett, the Whitton White Horse. Enquire of Jos. Rudland in East Bergholt.Ipswich Journal, June 4th 1757***
To be lett, the Whitton White Horse. Enquire of Mr Joseph Rudland of East Bergholt.Ipswich Journal, May 20th 1758***



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

(*** historic newspaper information from Bob Mitchell)