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Ipswich Ship

Ipswich Ship

Closed before 1840

St Matthew's Parish

To be sold, the Ship in St Matthew's Parish, Ipswich, an ancient and well accustom'd Inn, with a Brewhouse, Stable, Cock Water and other Conveniences, also a Messuage or Tenement adjoining to the same, the whole Freehold and in good Repair. Enquire of Mr Othniel Smith, next door to the Ship aforesaid.Ipswich Journal, November 24th 1753***
A malicious report of Smallpox at John Baxter's House, the Ship, in St Matthew's Parish, Ipswich.Ipswich Journal, May 25th 1754***
To be sold, a good Freehold House, in St Matthew's Parish, Ipswich, being the Sign of the Ship, now in the Occupation of John Baker; containing a Kitchen, three Parlours, good Chambers, a good Brewhouse, large Yard, and three Stables, with good Water, and a Cock adjoining to it; in good Repair, and lett at £15 a Year…



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