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CAMRA North-East Suffolk branch.

last updated 14/01/2017

Bungay Green Man

historical era: ancient

To be sold, a Messuage, formerly called the Green Man, situated in Bungay, near the Ollands, with a large Garden, and Malt-House, 30 Combs steep, with about two Acres of Meadow Ground. Also the Faulcon Inn situated in Ditchingham, together with a very good Garden, two Pieces of Meadow Ground, containing upwards of three Acres, a Bowling-Green and House, pleasantly situated.Ipswich Journal, July 23rd 1768***
To be sold, the White Horse, in Bungay, Occupied by William Hailstone, also a Messuage, formerly called the Green Man, situated in Bungay, near the Ollands, with a large Garden, and Malt-House, 30 Combs steep, with about two Acres of Meadow Ground.Ipswich Journal, July 23rd 1768***


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