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last updated 30/12/2019

Stowmarket Bell inn

historical closure era: ancient

Bury St

Overview | Historical info

To be lett, the Bell Inn in Stowmarket, a well accustom'd House, and a Cherry-Orchard belonging thereto, now in the Occupation of Mr Anthony Allom, who designs leaving the Trade and selling the Household Goods and Utensils on reasonable Terms.Ipswich Journal, January 23rd 1748***
To be lett, the Bell Inn, Stowmarket. Enquire of Mr Jonathan Turner of Old Newton or of Ches Stedman in Stowmarket. NB. All proper Encouragement will be given to a good Tenant.Ipswich Journal, June 17th 1758***
To be sold by auction by Thomas Dodson on Tue 24 inst. Between 5 and 7 o clock in afternoon, upon the premises, … all that freehold and well accustomed public house known by name or sign of the Bell in Stowmarket, now in several tenures or occupations of Abraham Salmon and John Tanfy, consisting of two low rooms in from, a large parlour, four chambers, a good cellar, Brewhouse, stables, about to acres of exceedingly good garden ground well planted with fruit trees…Ipswich Journal, 7 Sep 1782

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