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last updated 30/12/2019

Halesworth Nagg's Head

historical closure era: ancient

Overview | Historical info

To be sold, the Nagg's Head, Halesworth, with a Brick Front, and handsomely sashed, with three Rooms on a Floor, together with two very fit and convenient Stables thereto belonging. Also a Blacksmith's Shop, well accustom'd and a large Yard or Garden, well planted with choice Fruit-Trees...Enquire of James Woolnough, the present Owner and Occupier thereof.Ipswich Journal, August 2nd 1755***
To be lett, the Nagg's Head, with good Stables and a pleasant Garden, in Halesworth. Enquire of Mr Thomas Noriss.Ipswich Journal, May 22nd 1756***
To be lett, the Nagg's Head, a well accustom'd Inn, with good Stables and a beautiful Garden. Enquire of Mr T. Norris of the said Parish.Ipswich Journal, July 23rd 1757***
To be sold, a Handsome Bricked Messuage, the Nag's head in Halesworth, with a Blacksmith's Shop, Stable and convenient Outhouses and a Garden, well planted with Fruit-Trees, now in the Occupation of James Fenn and James Woolnough, the younger.Ipswich Journal, March 17th 1759***

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

(*** historic newspaper information from Bob Mitchell)