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Lavenham White Hart

historical era: ancient

Overview | Historical info

To be lett, the White Hart in Lavenham, with a Malting-Office, twenty Comb steep, likewise a Mill House, Barn, Stable, and very convenient Brewing-Office, late in the Occupation of Mrs. Dansie, deceased.Ipswich Journal, February 15th 1772***
Joseph Hayward, informs his Friends, and the Public in general, that having been forced to leave the White Hart Inn, he has taken the Dolphin, in Sudbury.Ipswich Journal, February 15th 1772***
To be lett, all that ancient and good accustomed inn, the White Hart in Lavenham, together with the Brewhouse, barn, stables etc. also an exceeding good malting office, 30 comb steep, and mill house adjoining to the premises. Enquire of ....Mr. Mathams, the tenant, who will Shew the premises.Ipswich Journal, 8th Jul 1775***

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