Its yard in Brentgovel Street still saw up to 16 wagons pull in from the villages on market day mornings.
The White Lion on the corner of Short Brackland was removed to make way for the Cornhill Walk shopping development. This very long established inn stood on the Cornhill at the top of St Johns Street.
The roles of the women were seen as being of equal importance to the roles of the men, and the women were held in high regard as the life-bringers and care takers of the earth, plants, and families.
The Suffolks' first battle was to assault Red Hill near Colesburg in January 1900 with heavy losses.
The Boers gave the area the name of Suffolk Hill in recognition of their courage.
Bury Market on Wednesday and Saturday were important days for country folk to come to town to sell or buy produce.
The White Lion was still an important Carriers' House in 1900, despite the decline of the Wagonners and Carters over the past 50 years since railways.
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