Church Farm, formerly The Queen's Head, in Langrish.
Home Farm Cottage, also known as Cheese and Dairy Cottages
Home Farm, Langrish
In December 2014, Anthony Suter contacted the website enquiring about his ancestors who “lived, worked, and died in East Meon and surrounding villages for at least 200 years up to about 1930. According to the 1841 census one of my ancestors William Suter b1778 was a Publican at the Queens Head, Langrish Street, East Meon”. David Hopkins replied that The Queen’s Head, later The Farmer’s Joy, was in Langrish, then part of the parish of East Meon; “the Squire, John Waddington closed it down in the 1850s to prevent his sons accessing demon drink” and it is now a private residence named Church Farm. David then took Anthony on a guided tour of Langrish, identifying the older buildings. The correspondence is attached as a PDF.