( From Bawdeswell Bell to Houghton NEW INN )
( KINGS HEAD )
|1836 - 1837
( NEW INN )
Built 1720 - 1737.
In December 1778 a Carriage set out from the
KINGS HEAD, Houghton on Tuesday 22nd December and again on
the 29th December with the intent of delivering game and parcels to London.
It would also collect from, or deliver to The Swan at Massingham.
Known as the NEW INN ( from
rebuild?) to at least
Found as the KINGS HEAD in White's 1836
Six Post Horses, a Light Post Chaise, Double Harness, Bridles, and part of
the household furniture, the property of Mr. Bidwell, were offered for sale
by auction Wednesday 4th October 1837, since he was about to decline
October 1837 - Thomas Hebgin advised the Nobility, Gentry and the Public
that in consequence of the Houghton NEW INN
being given up, he would in future Let Post Horses and Chaises from the
All of the valuable modern Household Furniture of the late James Carr were
to be sold by auction, on the premises, on Tuesday 19th June 1838 and the
The sale included Beds, tables, chairs, mahogany night commode, mahogany
sofa, card tables, Brussels carpet, hearth rug, table covers, ottoman,
earthenware, china, brewing utensils, four-year-old Brown Horse, gig with
lamps, harness, donkey cart, etc, etc.
Became Hall Farm by 1845