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THREE TUNS DISS Index
COMMON DISS HUNDRED - -
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Licensees :
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JOHN STANNARD 1740
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GEORGE HOUCHEN 1833 - 1839
CHARLES MAYTON 1841



It was announced 18th October 1740 :-
`At the THREE TUNNS TAVERN at Diss in Norfolk is laid a large stock of wines and without doubt with a good usage. John Stannard
N.B.  I have very good accommodation for gentlemen and their horses.'
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A
t about two o'clock in the morning of Wednesday 27th March, John Garrard, who was returning to Ipswich, having been employed to convey a person in a cart to Diss, mistook in the darkness the county river for the road. Soon immersed in water, the horse, worth £25, was drowned. Mr. and Mrs Houchen of the Three Tuns received the exhausted, wet and cold Mr. Garrard with the greatest humanity and attention and accommodated him with every comfort of which he stood so much in need.

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Location as Lake Common in 1841 census.

Only found in Whites 1836 directory, Pigots of 1839 & 1841 census.


Became the WHITE HART