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Summary:

"The Lamb" (c1823-2011), now residential.

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- The Lamb, June 2010

- Charnham Street, c1920 - showing The Lamb on right

- Floods outside The Lamb, 1932

- Five Bar & Grill, Sep 2009

Timeline:

The Lamb Inn, c1823-c2005:

1819 Enclosure Award Map: Buildings shown on this map suggest the Lamb was already operating by this time.

1823 Pigot Dir: Richard Palmer, Lamb PH.

1841 Census: Thomas Toe (40), publican, wife jane (40), 1 daughter, 1 sister.
1844 Pigot Dir: Thomas Toe, innkeeper.
1851 Census: Thomas Toe (52), Innkeeper, wife Jane (52), 1 sister; William Lovelock (25), Servant; William Burley (28) Lodger; Jane Common (45); Lodger.
1861 Census: Thomas Toe (65), Innkeeper.

1863 Dutton & Allen Directory: Simon Hoddinot, innkeeper, although ...
1864 Billing Dir: Thomas William Toe (again!). Note: 1869 PO Dir has Thomas Toe as carpenter, Charnham Street.

1869 PO Dir: Edmund Hill, Lamb, Charnham Street.
1869 Kelly Dir: Edmund Hill.
1871 Census: #103: Edmund Hill (48), inn keeper, wife Anne (40), 1 son, 3 daughters.

1877 Kelly Dir: Mrs Mary Hill.

1881 Census: Ann Hill (50), Innkeeper.
1891 Census: Ann Hill (60), Innkeeper
1891 (Kelly) Ann Hill, publican.
1894 Charnham Street Floods
1895 (Kelly) Mrs Ann Hill, Lamb PH, Charnham Street.

1895 Kelly Dir: Arthur Clifford, mineral water manufacturer, Charnham Street.
1901 Census: Arthur Clifford (30) Publican, with wife Emily (28) and son Arthur (2). Celia Turner adds: "The Lamb ... was being run in 1901 by Emma and George's son and daughter-in-law Arthur and Emily Jessie Clifford. Arthur died in 1917 but Emily ran the Inn from 1920 until her death in 1921."
1903 Kelly: Arthur Clifford "Lamb PH and mineral water manufacturer".
1906 Cosburn's Dir: A Clifford, "Lamd" inn, Charnham Street
1911 Census: #120: Arthur Clifford (41), innkeeper, wife Emily (40), 1 son (Arthur), 1 daughter (Violet), 7 rooms.
1916 Cosburn's Dir: A Clifford, Lamb Inn, Charnham Street.

1920 Kelly Dir: Mrs Emily Jessie Clifford, Lamb PH, Charnham Street.

1928 Kelly Dir: Sidney Filbee

1939 Kelly Dir: Lamb Hotel (Percy Fred Kunkler), Charnham Street. TN 82.
1939 Blackett Dir: Fred Percy Kunkler
1939 Blacket's Dir: "Lamb Inn" (P F Kunkler)
1940 Blacket's Dir: "Lamb" Inn (P F Kunkler)

1960s Frank & Betty Reynders.

"Five" Bar & Grill, c2005-2009:

The Lamb was renamed "Five" bar and grill, which closed in autumn 2009.

The Lamb Inn, 2010-2011:

On 9 Jun 2010 Bar Five reopened as The Lamb, with Simon Liquorice, the proprietor, offering a pub with a difference - with a good variety of old fashioned reasonably priced food, including proper English breakfasts from 6.30 - 11.30am or hot and cold sandwiches from 6.30am - 6.30pm and fish & chips, chicken, pies etc from lunchtimes. Simon is also running The Langley Hall Inn along the same lines and with this now established, has brought the idea to Hungerford.
Jan 2011 The Lamb closed

Residential, 2011-present:

2014 Converted to residential use.

The Lamb Yard:

Behind the Lamb Inn, apparently with access from Charnham Street to the left (east) of the inn, was "Lamb Yard", which contained several properties.

1871 Census:
     #100 "Lamb Yard": James Riley (65), iron moulder, wife Ann (60), 1 grandson.
     #101 "Lamb Yard": Martha Nalder (76), blacksmith's widow and pauper.
     --Uninhabited property--
    #102: "Charnham Street": Alfred Bond (39), shoe maker, wife Emily (35), 1 son, 21 daughter.
    #103: Lamb Inn
    #104: "Dredge's Yard, Charnham Street": William Balley (36), plate layer's labourer, wife Mary (28), 1 son.

1881 Census: (from east to west):
     #98: Sarah Atherton (7 Charnham Street)
     #99: "Lamb Yard": James Riley (75), iron moulder, wife Ann (70), 1 grand-son.
     #100: "Lamb Yard": Sidney Smith (34), labourer fish keeper, wife Fanny (32), 5 daughters.
     #101: "Lamb Yard": Uninhabited.
     #102: "Charnham Street": Alfred Bond (49), shoe maker, wife Emily (45), 2 sons, 1 daughter.
     #103: (?lodging in part of Alfred Bond's dwelling): John Thorne (22), ironmonger's assistant.
     #104: Lamb Inn
     #105: (?lodger in part of Lamb Inn): William Godby 923), saddler hourneyman.

1891 Census:
          1 Lamb Yard: Ann Riley (78), 1 grandson.
          2 Lamb Yard: Ann Marshall (58), agricultural worker, 1 son.
          3 Lamb Yard: William Phillips (79), agricultural labourer, wife Mary (74), 1 son.
          (Schedule 97 - between Lamb Yard and the Lamb Inn) Charles Harding (30), mineral water manufacturer, wife Annie (28), 1 lodger.

1901 Census:
          1 Lamb Yard: Empty
          2 Lamb Yard: Ann Maria Marshall (67), Widow, Charwoman.
          3 Lamb Yard: Leonard Andrews (34), ??Porter??, wife Harriett, 5 daughters.

1911 Census:
          #119 "Charnham St": William Balley (42), cycle maker, wife Alice (33) in confectionery, 1 son, 5 daughter, 4 rooms.
          #118: "Lamb Yard": Joseph David (69), mill hand flour, wife Hammo (63), works at roller mills, Chilton, 3 rooms
          #117: Sarah Lawrence (64), private means, 3 rooms
          #116 "Lamb Yard, Hungerford": Charles Batchelor (39), furniture dealer, brother Fred (33), waiter, 8 rooms. (He was later, c1920, to move to 25 Charnham Street)

See also:

- Charnham Street floods, 1894

- Charnham Street floods, 1932