Bugle Inn, Upper Halliford Road, Sunbury

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This pub was established by 1827 and at this time was called the Black Horse. It was renamed the Bugle by 1861. The pub was rebuilt in its present form in the 1930s. It went through a run of new names in the 2000s but has now reverted to the name Bugle.  **

Bugle Inn, Upper Halliford Road, Sunbury - in August 2010

Bugle Inn, Upper Halliford Road, Sunbury - in August 2010

Kindly provided by Stephen Harris

Residents at this address

1871/George Baiden/Beer House Keeper/45/Powsey, Wiltshire/Census
1871/Lucy Baiden/Wife, Dressmaker/30/Egham, Surrey/Census
1871/Charles Essam/Lodger, Agricultural Labourer/33/Charlton, Middlesex/Census

1878/Geo Baiden/Beer Retailer/../../Post Office Directory

1881/George Baiden/Carman & Contractor/56/Powsey, Wiltshire/Census
1881/Lucy Ann Baiden/Wife, Beerhouse Keeper/40/Egham, Surrey/Census
1881/Albert Collings/Boarder, Porter/24/Aston Tovil, Berks/Census
1881/Mary Amel;ia Moore/Niece/7/Egham, Surrey/Census

1891/George Baiden/Beer Retailer/57/Wilcott, Wiltshire/Census 
1891/Constance Baiden/Wife/39/Newbold, Warwick/Census
1891/George Beauchamp/Labourer/23/Charlton, Middlesex/Census

1894/William Salter / Beer Retailer/../../Kelly’s Directory **

1944/John Charles Pitman / Licensed Victualler, deceased / Died, 5 November 1944/../../London Gazette, 20 April 1945 **

** Provided By Stephen Harris

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