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CAMRA Ipswich & East Suffolk branch.

last updated 24/01/2019

Ipswich Bowling Green

historical era: ancient

St Nicholas Parish

Overview | Historical info

The Annual Shew of Carnations will be held at the House of Simon Jackaman, at the Bowling-Green, in Ipswich.Ipswich Journal, July 19th 1746***
Simon Jackaman at the Bowling-Green, St Nicholas Parish, Ipswich...Dinner would be on the Table at One o'Clock.Ipswich Journal, April 21st 1753***
Simon Jackaman at the sign of the Bowling Green in St Nicholas Parish. Ipswich.Ipswich Journal, April 19th 1755***
Simon Jackaman at the Bowling Green in St Nicholas Parish, Ipswich.Ipswich Journal, April 17th 1756***
An auction at the House of Simon Jackaman, called the Bowling Green in Ipswich.Ipswich Journal, December 26th 1767***
The tulip show at Simon Jackaman’s at the Bowling Green will be on Tue 4 June when the owners of the best and second best … will be entitled to a prize… flowers to be at the Bowling green by 12 o clock. Dinner at two. Ipswich Journal, 1 Jun 1782
The annual shew of Auriculas will be at the Bowling Green in Ipswich on Thursday next…. Your humble and obedient servant James Walden. Dinner at 2 o clockIpswich Journal, 19 Apr 1783
Annual shew of auriculars at the Bowling Green in Ipswich on Thur 6th May… The company of florists and others will be esteemed a favour by their most humble and obedient servant, James Walden… Diner at 2 o clock.Ipswich Journal, 1 May 1784
Sunday died in his 75 year – Mr Simon Jackaman – many years master of the Bowling Green in this town.Ipswich Journal, 22 May 1784
The annual shew of Tulips will be at the Bowling Green, Ipswich on Thursday next … The company of florists and others will be esteemed a favour by their humble servant James Walden. Dinner at 2 o clock. Ipswich Journal, 22 May 1784


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

(*** historic newspaper information from Bob Mitchell)