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White Horse, Cripplegate Buildings, Fore Street, Cripplegate EC2

Cripplegate pub history index

This pub was in existence by 1720 and survived until at least 1869. The address in the 1851 census is at 10 Cripplegate Buildings. ** The 1832 directory lists this as the White Lion, and in 1866 the same address is the Cripplegate Tavern.

Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.

Residents at this address

1726/William Coulson / Hostler/../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

1774/Andrew Wilkinson / Innholder/../../London Gazette, 28 June 1774 **

1795/William Hunter / Public House Keeper/../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

1797/John Joblin/../../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

1798/John Jobling / Innkeeper/../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

1802/John Jobling / Innkeeper/../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

1806/John Joblin / Innkeeper/../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

1811/John Jobling, the White Horse Inn, Cripplegate/../../Holdens Directory

1815/Daniel Deacon / Innholder/../../Sun Fire Office records, held at Guildhall Library **

1818/Daniel Deacon / Carrier & Innholder/../../Sun Fire Office records, held at Guildhall Library **

1818/William Brant / Innkeeper/../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

1818/Eliza Brant / Wife/../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

1820/Daniel Deacon / Innkeeper/../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

1832/A Bodily/../../../Robsons Directory

Morning Advertiser 14 February 1837 - Transfer of Licenses
White Horse, Cripplegate buildings, from Mr Matthew Smith to mrs Elizabeth George

1839/Elizabeth George/../../../Pigot’s Directory **

1840/D Deacon & Co./../../../London Gazette, 15 May 1840 **

1841/Mrs Elizabeth George/../../../P.O. Directory **

1842/Elizabeth George/../../../Robsons Directory

1848/James Duke/..../../Post Office Directory

1851/James Martin/Licensed Victualler/42/Bideford, Devon/Census
1851/Ann Martin/Wife/42/Bridport, Dorset/Census
1851/Albert Martin/Son/7/London/Census
1851/Barbara Martin/Daughter/6/London/Census
1851/Charity Martin/Daughter/4/London/Census
1851/Walter Martin/Son/2/London/Census
1851/Charles Martin/Son/3 months/London/Census
1851/Fanny Brown/Servant/19/London/Census
1851/Thomas Hall/Servant/30/London/Census
1851/Jane Williams/Nurse/60/North Cavendish, Wales/Census
+ Lodgers

December 1851/James Martin/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

December 1851/Philip Payne/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1856/John Scholes/proprietor/../../Post Office Directory

January 1862/Haxagon Dyball/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

January 1862/Henry Alfred Forster/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

May 1862/Henry A Forster/Licensed Victuallers Association/../../Era

1866/William Paddon Morris, Cripplegate Tavern, 10 Cripplegate buildings/../../Post Office Directory

William Paddon Morris marries Jane Eliza Ward in 1867, where he is listed as a  Licensed Victualler at 2 King square, as is his father, Henry Morris. He is a jeweller by the 1871 census, which is the profession of his new wifes father. By the 1881 census he is again a Licensed Victualler at 102 Fore street, the Green Dragon, and the Hadley Hotel by 1887 where he morts.

1868/George Turner, Cripplegate Tavern, 10 Cripplegate buildings/../../Post Office Directory

1869/John Scholes/../../../Post Office Directory

January 1870/George Turner/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

January 1870/John Curle/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper

** Provided By Stephen Harris

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