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Cornell, M.: ‘Simpsons of Baldock; two centuries of brewing in North Hertfordshire.’ Hertfordshire Past, 46, Spring 1999.

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Havercroft, J. & Page, K.: ‘The Origins of Samuel Wells, Brewer of Biggleswade, and the Baldock & Biggleswade Bank’, Herts Past & Present, 2007.

Keast, M. (eds. Ray Burdett, Val Burdett and Brendan King): ‘The History of Kayser Bondor,’ 2007. 150 pps. The 50th anniversary history manuscript updated and illustrated.

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Baldock Mail, ‘Rambling Through History’ articles:

BM No. 180, p22: ‘John Williamson and Samuel Wells.‘ Bakers, Bankers, Brewers, Maltsters and Entrepreneurs in Baldock. Jane Havercroft

BM No. 181, p 22: ‘A Greek Temple in Baldock,’ the Kosmos Photographic Company and the construction of the Bondor/Tesco building. Brendan King

BM No. 186, p 22: ‘A Long Way from the Sea,’ the marine stores of Baldock. Brendan King

BM No. 199, p22: ‘Painting the Town,’ the ledgers of Henry Hopwood, a painter, plumber and glazier in Baldock in the 1830s and 40s. Brendan King

BM No. 200, p21: ‘257 Years in Baldock,’ the history of Balderston Warren. Brendan King

BM No. 201, p21: ‘The Ind Family,‘ the story of a Baldock brewing family. Jane Havercroft

BM No. 223 p21: ‘Jackson’s, the builders,‘ the business that ended up in the premises that is now Quenby’s garage in the High Street. (1817- c.1906). Jane Havercroft

BM No. 225 p22: ‘A Family Business in Baldock,’ the story of Geary’s furniture and 2nd hand business. Brendan King

BM No.238 p32: ‘A Contented Baldock Miller?’ A recently discovered Georgian print showing “Simon Cog of Baldock” entitled the “Contented Miller.” Brendan King

BM No. 239 p18: ‘210 Years of the Baldock Bank,‘ the history of that began with the Baldock Bank and ended with Lloyds closing it down in August 2017. Jane Havercroft

BM No. 242 p24: ‘What did Kayser Bondor do in the War?’ How FULFA managed to keep going during wartime requisitions and restrictions. Brendan King

BM No. 244 p23: ‘The Lass of the Mill,’ the story of Black Horse Mill and Mary Cornwell, the 18th century ‘Beauty of Baldock.’ Brendan King

BM No. 245 p27: ‘From Mill to Farm,’ the story of Blackhorse Mill in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Brendan King

Baldock & Ashwell Guide, 4th edition, 2015: ‘A Greek Temple in Baldock,’ the building of the Cosmos Photographics factory that would later become ‘the Bondor.’ Brendan King

Baldock & Ashwell Guide, 6th edition, 2017: ‘A Long Way from the Sea,’ marine stores, or ‘rag and bottle shops’ in Baldock. Brendan King

BMLHS Newsletter Articles:

‘The Malting Industry in Baldock in the 1830s’, thoughts on the quantity produced, Jan. 2017. BK