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3 Thompson’s Lane, The Nine Pins

History of 3 Thompson's Lane

1661-67: Inn probably new built. John, later Mary Amey?

1742-45: James Barnes III (father in law of Robert Ellis)

1748-90: Robert Ellis for Nine Pins in 1752 and subsequent years

1791-1819: Thomas, later Mary, Fletcher, for Nine Pins

1822-56: Edward, later Mercy, Ketteridge for Nine Pins

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