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A lease dating from 1523 states that the Bear was bounded on the south by the cemetery of St Edward's Church, which lay beyond St Edward's Street (now Blue Boar Lane).
It is thought that the two properties bequeathed by Christina Pady were joined and formed the yard of what became the Inn.
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It was especially fashionable in the 17th century, when judges and royal commissioners were among the patrons. When it closed in 1801, there were over thirty bedrooms, with stabling for a similar number of horses.