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Rayes Inn, Much Park Street

These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
HAYES INN
This inn is first mentioned as long ago as 1411, when John Ray leases a new inn (a hospicium) with shops and garden in Much Park Street, from Trinity Guild. In 1594 we learn that the inn is conveyed from Edward Brugges and his wife Catherine to John Brugges (must be related - possibly a son). Rayes Inn is mentioned in 1603 and then in 1701 is conveyed from Edward Hill and Thomas Murcott to Horatio Hopkins. The name HAYES INN is an obvious mis-spelling.

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1411 Trinty Guild 1594 Edward & Catherine Brugges 1594 John Brugges 1701 Edward Hill & Thomas Murcott 1701 Horatio Hopkins
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