Baker Arms, Bayford, Hertford, Hertfordshire

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It has in the past at times been called the Bakers Arms (arguably erroneously, as it is named after the landowning Baker family, rather than the profession of baking). **

Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Hertfordshire .

Baker Arms, 9 Ashendene Road, Bayford, Hertfordshire - in May 2009

Baker Arms, 9 Ashendene Road, Bayford, Hertfordshire - in May 2009

Kindly provided by Stephen Harris

The following entries are in this format:

Residents at this address

1874/Geo. Hy. Castle/../../../Kelly’s Directory **

1878/Geo. Hy. Castle/../../../P.O. Directory **

1881/George H Castle/Grocer And Innkeeper/40/Barkway, Hertford/Census
1881/Louisa Castle/Wife/30/Eynsham, Oxford/Census
1881/Harry T Castle/Son/1/Brickendon, Hertford/Census
1881/Elizth Hill/Domestic Servant/13/Bayford, Hertford/Census

1882/George Henry Castle/../../../Post Office Directory

1886/Job Jones/../../../Post Office Directory

1890/Job Jones/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Job Jones/Licensed Victualler/48/Rentchurch, Hampshire/Census
1891/Sarah Ann Jones/Wife/48/Mortlake, Surrey/Census
1891/James Philip Jones/Son, Assists father/15/Mortlake, Surrey/Census
1891/Arthur Frank Jones/Son/13/Brickendon, Herts/Census
1891/Annie Jones/Daughter/10/Brickendon, Herts/Census
1891/Emily Jones/Daughter/8/Bayford, Herts//Census
1891/Mary Jones/Daughter/6/Bayford, Herts/Census
1891/Eliza Jones/Daughter/4/Bayford, Herts/Census
1891/Elizabeth Stannard/Sister in law/52/Mortlake, Surrey/Census

1912/Orlando Allen/../../../Post Office Directory

1922/Herbert Butt/../../../Post Office Directory

1926/James Hill/../../../Post Office Directory

1929/James Hill/../../../Post Office Directory

1933/Hy Jn Phillips/../../../Post Office Directory

1937/Hy Jn Phillips/../../../Post Office Directory

Hertford Mercury and Reformer 12 February 1988
Ray Clemence used his famous goalkeeping hands for charitable purposes at the Bakers Arms, Bayford, last week, to present two cheques, together worth over £1200, to Mrs Ann Carlisle, of Great Ormond Street Childrens Hospital, London.
The money is the result of a fancy dress wheelbarrow race staged last month between teams from the Beehive, Epping Green and the Bakers Arms.
The route took in many local public houses and the race itself was organised by Mr David Banham.
The Beehive's collective total came to £585 and the Bakers Arms to £630.

** Provided By Stephen Harris

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