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Butchers' Arms, Duke of Edinboro' Greyhound Inn, Suffolk, England, UK. 1850 to 1920ish

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Butchers' Arms, Duke of Edinboro' Greyhound Inn, Suffolk, England, UK. 1850 to 1920ish

Posted: 14 Mar 2009 11:00AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Boggis
Records show the occupation of innkeeping in the Boggis family. I am curious to know if anyone has any information regarding the inns/pubs listed or indeed if they are still in existence.

John Boggis is shown on the 1881 census to be innkeeper of Butchers Arms Inn, Cemetery Road, Bury St Edmunds; 1891 records show him as innkeeper at the ‘Duke of Edinboro’ (as spelt on the handwritten census form), Butter Market, in the civil Parish of St James; 1901 census records have him working, at the age of 56, as a publican of the Greyhound Inn, Wickambrook, where his daughter Beatrice worked as a barmaid.

Any information will be very much appreciated,
thank you for looking, regards Kayakingkat.
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Kayakingkat 14 Mar 2009 5:00PM GMT 
catibach1 14 Apr 2009 10:02PM GMT 
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