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Kings Head

 


Publican in 1827 was William Varney.
Its 1827 valuation shows it as a freehold public house, occupied by William Varney, with an open stable for six horses, coachhouse with a loft over, stabling for ten horses, small pightle and garden, containing together about an acre and 14 acres of meadowland.

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