Newmarket White Horsehistorical era: Victorian or Edwardian
closed approx 1891
42 High St
grid reference TL 644 634Something we've got wrong about this establishment? Something more you think we should know about it? Please email us
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last updated 19/04/2016
Is the building on site now the original one?
Listed in 1791 Universal British Directory under Newmarket.
A report in the Ipswich Journal on Sat 03 Jan 1789 states :
To be sold by auction by Thomas Foreman on Thu 15 Jan at 2 o' clock in the afternoon at the White Horse inn in Newmarket the following:NOTE: Same sale also included several other pubs including Newmarket Waggon & Horses, Wheatsheaf, Croydon, Burwell Anchor, Exning White Horse & Ashley Plough and a Brewery (owned by Robert Bones)
LOT II - That well known and good accustomed Freehold public house called the White Horse in Newmarket (adjoining the Waggon and Horses) consisting of a large kitchen, a front and back parlour, 2 front and 2 back chambers, 4 garrets, back kitchen with chamber over, two cellars that will hold upward of 50 pipes of beer and stabling for 20 horses.
A report in the Ipswich Journal** in Jan 1810 states that : An announcement of the death yesterday, after an illness of only three days, Mr William Last, of the White Horse Inn, Newmarket.
(Most pub, location & historic details collated by Nigel, Tony or Keith - original sources are credited)
(1830 Pigots Directory supplied by Sandra Easom)
(** historic newspaper information from Stuart Ansell)
Precise address and approximate dates from the Newmarket Shops website