White Hart pubs :: Shared Description

One of the most popular pub names. The white hart is a white deer stag and was the personal emblem and livery of Richard II, who derived it from the arms of his mother, Joan "The Fair Maid of Kent", heiress of Edmund of Woodstock.
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TR1457 : White Hart, Castle Row by N Chadwick
SE2955 : White Hart Hotel by N Chadwick
SO1122 : The White Hart Inn,  Talybont-on-Usk by Jaggery
SO2801 : White Hart name sign, George Street, Pontypool by Jaggery
SY2099 : Bus outside The White Hart, Wilmington by N Chadwick
TQ7144 : The White Hart, Claygate by N Chadwick
TQ0318 : White Hart sign by N Chadwick
ST1996 : Pub sign, White Hart, Pentwynmawr by Jaggery
SO2603 : White Hart, Abersychan by Jaggery
ST6783 : White Hart Inn, Iron Acton by Jaggery
SO2801 : White Hart pub, Pontypool by Jaggery
TQ7166 : White Hart, Cuxton by N Chadwick
TQ8327 : The White Hart by N Chadwick
ST3796 : White Hart Inn name signs, Llangybi, Monmouthshire by Jaggery
TQ7144 : The White Hart by N Chadwick
SS8690 : White Hart name sign, Bridgend Road, Maesteg by Jaggery
TQ6431 : The White Hart, Wadhurst by N Chadwick
TQ6431 : The White Hart by N Chadwick
TQ7213 : White Hart, Catsfield by N Chadwick
ST3796 : White Hart Village Inn name sign, Llangybi, Monmouthshire by Jaggery
ST6783 : White Hart Inn, Iron Acton by Jaggery
SS9668 : White hart depiction, Llantwit Major by Jaggery
SE2955 : White Hart Hotel by N Chadwick
TQ6431 : White Hart by N Chadwick
TQ7018 : The White Hart Inn by N Chadwick

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Created: Sun, 28 Nov 2010, Updated: Sun, 28 Nov 2010

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