Pubs in Christchurch

The Pubs!

The Rose & Crown - corner of Crown Drove and 16ft Bank. My Gt Gt Grandmother, Tansley Berry, was the Inn Keeper - Source: 1851 Census. The Crown or Rose & Crown? The Dun Cow - Green Drove. The Dun Cow, Green Drove, Christchurch An early view of the Dun Cow. John Turner, Landlord of the Dun Cow John Turner, Landlord of the Dun Cow The Wheatsheaf - along the 16ft Bank, towards March. The Farmer's Boy - on corner of Church Road and Padgett's Road. The Snipe & Duck - at the bottom of Euximoor, on Popham's Eau. The Chequers @ Lot's Bridge - not strictly Christchurch, but well frequented by my father in his youth! My Gt Gt Gt Grandfather, Joseph Cawthorn, was the Publican there from around 1850 to at least 1865. Sources: 1851 Census and Kelly's 1865 Directory of Cambridgeshire. The pub closed on 24 April 1963 and was then demolished as part of a road safety scheme at the Lott's Bridge cross-roads. [Source Norfolk Pubs]
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