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last updated 30/01/2017

Ipswich Horse and Groom

historical era: ancient

St Mary Tower Ditches

Overview | Historical info

To be sold, by Auction, on the Premises, a New-built House, known by the Sign of the Horse and Groom, situated on St Mary Tower Ditches in Ipswich, in the Occupation of Thomas Topper...consisting of two very good Parlours, a Kitchen, a Washhouse, and a good Cellar, three very good Chambers and a Garret, a good Yard and good Water...Freehold and in good Repair (there were two adjoining Tenements also for sale).Ipswich Journal, 28 Aug 1773***


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