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Greyhound Inn, Thame, Oxfordshire

Picture source: Movement80


 
The Greyhound Inn was situated on Cornmarket. Not to be confused The Greyhound on North Street. John Hampden, who gives his name to a Primary School in the town, died here from his wounds inflicted at the nearby Battle of Chalgrove Field and the noted bare-knuckle prize-fighter James Figg had some of his early prize fights here. The photo below is of the preserved interior wall of the inn. A walkway currently runs through the site and is entitled 'Greyhound Walk'.
 

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Picture source: Movement80