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The Bell


It's 1827 valuation shows it as a freehold public house, occupied by Mary Cook, with a stable for two horses, wood barn, double bayed barn, cowhouse and loose stable. Adjoining the house is 3a. 2r. 2p. of pasture land including a garden. About a mile from the house is a piece of land called Ledlington Close containing 5a. 1r. 32p. and 1a. 3r. 27p. of meadow land called Baulks, situated behind the church. Two enclosures of meadow land called Skelton Closes containing together 11a. 3r. 5p. situated about 3/4 mile from the house on the Bedford Road on which is an old cottage and a woodbarn. Opposite this public housr is a cottage (formerly the Old Bell) with a woodbarn, large garden behind and a piece of arable land containing together 3a. 1r. 19p., outgoings - land tax 3 19s. 8d.

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