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Mill Road junction with Kingston Street (The White Swan) and Devonshire Road (Great Eastern Temperance Hotel)

109 Mill Road, The White Swan (Three Swans)

History of 109 Mill Road

1861: Three Swans

Banjamin Ward, 39, baker publican & bricklayer, b Essex

1871: White Swan

Joseph Sansom, 28, cow keeper and publican, b Hunts

1881: White Swan Inn

William Cawthorn, widower, 65, brewer, b Downham

1891:

Joseph W Shinn, 50, publican, b Fordham

1913: The White Swan

A Smart

1962: The White Swan

Thomas W Smith

White Swan, Mill Road

 

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