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At Nether Hall in Thurston he kept a grand house, stables, a pack of deer hounds, and a herd of deer.
He is pictured here in 1916, but looking every inch the Edwardian sporting gentleman.
This token of goodwill is well known from the First World War, but it was also a feature of the South African War.
He received around £18,000 a year from dividends from the Brewery, and had just been made a baronet in 1900.
The Boers gave the area the name of Suffolk Hill in recognition of their courage.
Back in Bury, January saw a rush to raise a Volunteer Company to go to the Cape.
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.
Like the White Lion nearby it was not a coaching inn, but was a major Carrier's House because it was next to the Great Market.