List of T F Adams public houses

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The following information has been researched and provided by Adrian Corder-Birch, Patron of the Halstead & District Local History Society.

1. The Anchor, Halstead

2. Batson Arms, Horseheath

3. Beer House at Blackmore End

4. Beer House at Burtons Green, Halstead

5. Beer House known as ‘The Elder’ at Tumble Tye Green, Stisted

6. Beer House at Petches Bridge was known as ‘The Kicking Donkey’

7. Beer House in Great Coggeshall was in Bridge Street

8. Boar’s Head, Halstead

9. Bottle Hall, Sible Hedingham

10. Bull, Blackmore End

11. Bull Hotel, Halstead

12. The Cock, Beazley End

13. Cock and Blackbirds, Bulmer

14. Cock, Little Maplestead

15. Crown, Castle Hedingham

16. Dog, Wethersfield

17. Dog and Gun, Great Leighs

18. Eleven Elms, Castle Hedingham

19. Essex Arms, Halstead

20. Foresters Arms, Colchester

21. The George, Shalford

22. Half Moon, Belchamp St. Paul

23. Half Moon, Clare

24. Hare and Hounds, High Garrett

25. Hare and Hounds, Greenstead Green

26. Kings Head, Gosfield

27. Kings Head, White Colne

28. King William, Bocking

29. Lion, Earls Colne

30 Napier Arms, Halstead

31. The Locomotive, Halstead

32. Red Lion, Stambourne

33. Rose and Crown, Clare

34. Rose and Crown, Halstead

35. Shepherd & Dog, Poslingford

36. Spread Eagle, Little Bardfield

37. Sugar Loaves, Sible Hedingham

38. Swan, Sible Hedingham

39. The Three Horseshoes, Upper Yeldham

40. The Wagon and Horses, Lower Yeldham

41. Three Pigeons, Halstead

42. Victory, Wickham St. Paul

43. White Horse, Ridgewell

44. White Horse of Kent, Great Maplestead

45. White Lion, Braintree

46. Woodman, Halstead