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Nags Head
8 RAMPANT HORSE STREET St STEPHEN - CLOSED c1830?
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Licensees :
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ROBERT AGGAS
& labourer
1760 - 1764
WILLIAM COBB 04.1777
JAMES BARKER
Coaches, Post Chaises or Single Horse Chaises to let
1783
WILLIAM DELPH from September 1785
JAMES BARKER 04.1786
CHARLES LEEDS
See below
1791 - 1810
JAMES MARTIN 1822
JAMES COOKE 1830


Mrs Leeds was taken ill during the night and died at 2:00 am on Friday 8th June 1810. Mr. Leeds, who was driver for the Newmarket Mail Coach, was absent at the time and returned to find his wife a corpse.
There were five children left without a mother.

 

William Cobb, late of the RAMPANT HORSE, advised that he had taken the Nags Head - 3rd April 1777.
(In 1776 he had advised that he had taken the Bull at Brandon, but if he did, it was a short stay.)


One of 40 houses named as being engaged for the Reception of Freeholders for Sir John Woodhouse and Sir Edward Astley's Friends on the Day of Election, Wednesday 14th April 1784.

It was announced 24th September 1785  that Mr. Delph had moved from the White Lion, Bethel Street, to this house.

James Barker informed his Friends and Customers that he again taken and entered the Inn - Dated 11th April 1786.

Address as 11 Rampant Horse Street in 1802.

Offered for sale Tuesday 8th June 1819 including extensive stabling and a frontage of 40 feet next the Rampant Horse Street. Sale to take place at the Angel Inn, Market Place.

Advertised For Sale by Private Contract 2nd September 1820.
Frontage then said to be 42 feet.
possession from Michaelmas.

Not found after 1830