The Bay Horse Inn, High Street, Hatfield, Doncaster DN7 6RS - 01302 840201
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There was an Inn called The Bay Horse that appeared on the Manor Court Rolls of 1798. It states that the Inn was transferred from James Outwin of Hatfield (Maltser) to John Outwin of The Parks (Yeoman) for a fine of five pence. In 1822 William Chesnut was the Victualler.
Records show that In 1898 Thomas Jackson was the tenant, in 1915 it was George Manning and in 1928 J Brierley. It had its own maltings and brew house at the rear of the premises.
A view of High Street in Hatfield with The Bay Horse on the left and the Red Lion across the road, where Hatfield Library now stands.
Records show that The Bay Horse Inn became a Darleys Brewery pub and brewery documents show that it's value in 1864 was £539 and that the annual rent was £18.
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