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HAYMARKET
HAY HILL
St PETER MANCROFT - CLOSED
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Licensees :
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BENJAMIN HARVEY 1760 - 1762
JOSEPH TRUNDLE 1763 - 1764
Mr COBB 1776
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Said to have been built by Abraham Duel-Cresse in the reign of Henry I
( King from 1216 - 1272 )

Became an inn c1619.

Listed ( 1745 - 1760 ) by Arderon as
ABRAHAM OFFERING UP HIS SON.

The Norfolk Chronicle of 20th April 1776 advertised that
`William Baxter, at the RED LION, St. Stephens, begs to inform his friends and public in general that as ABRAHAMS ALL is now rebuilding so that customers cannot have any accommodation, should think himself happy to be honoured with their company until the house is rebuilt...'

Recorded 1819

Described in 1842 .....
Was a very ancient inn......Known by the sign of Abraham offering up his son Isaac, and stood where is now the shop of Mr Fletcher, in the Haymarket.
It derived its name from Abraham, son of Deulecresse, a Jew, who being convicted of, and burnt for blasphemy, forfeited his estate to the crown, which was granted in the reign of Edward I to Vincent De Kirkley. ( King from 1272 - 1307 )