The Old Bull's Head

An old Ware pub

By S Williams

The Old Bull's Head in 1921
Hals

Little is known about the pub’s history, but it was first mentioned specifically in Baldock Street in 1744. 

 

Now known as number 26, it was built in the 16th century and after 1831, a waggonway to the rear was cut through the adjacent building to the south.  Extensive alterations took place in 1986.

Some landlords and ladies

1832   Elizabeth Elbourn

1839   James Stamp

1855   Benjamin Camp

1867   George Suckling

1874   Charles Bland

1906   Mary Bland

1914   Arthur Pridham

1936    Owen Dean

1945   Walter Wrangles

1958   A F Flay

 

 

This page was added on 05/04/2011.

Comments about this page

  • My Great Auntie Elsie Flay was married to the A.J Flay the Landlord in the late 50’s and 1960s, I remember going to the pub aged 7 or 8 in the mid 60’s and hearing family members talking about a ghost known as Uncle Harry, many had seen a figure through a window wearing a trilby hat and footsteps were heard going up the stairs, when the door was opened no one was there.

    By Jez Moore (10/03/2019)
  • My Great Great Grandfather was James Stamp Who ran the pub from 1839. Its really nice to see there is still a link with my past. I must have a pint there sometime.

    By Jim Stamp (18/12/2012)
  • Its a great pub and still going strong!

    By Williams (09/10/2012)
  • I had three relitives that worked/lived at this Pub in 1855. nice to see a photo though.

    By Paul Searing (09/05/2012)

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