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Crown & Anchor, 10 Kings Head Court, Shoe Lane, Holy Trinity Less, City of London

Holy Trinity Less Index

Address formerly Kings Head Court. In the 1770s the address was given as New Street Square. This pub was present by 1754. It was rebuilt in around 1980 and has since passed through several names, including Spatz, Fleets, Old Cobblers Bar & Terrace Brasserie, Walkabout, Alibi and now Kanaloa. **

A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Holy Trinity Less parish, City of London. The Holy Trinity Less, City of London Public House Trade Directory uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

The following entries are in this format:

Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.

1765/John Liquorish / Public House Keeper /../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **
1765/Elizabeth Carter / Servant /../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey

1800/James Sabine / Public House Keeper /../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **
1800/Elizabeth Sabine / Wife /../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey
1800/Nathaniel Holmes / Lodger / 52 /../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey

1802/Sears / Victualler /../../Sun Fire Office records, held at Guildhall Library **

1808/Peter Thompson / Victualler /../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **
1808/Sarah Douglas / Servant / 32 /../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey

1839/Sarah Terry/../../../Pigotís Directory **

1841/Mrs Sarah Terry/../../../P.O. Directory **

1842/Sarah Terry/../../../Robsonís Directory **

1848/Fred Bennicke/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1851/Fred Bennicke/../../../Kellys Directory ****

1856/Robert Robertson Buckie/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1869/Thos Hearnden/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1874/J Ottram/../../../H.D. Miles London & Suburban Licensed Victuallers' Directory **

1881/Augustus H Tilley/Publican/38/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census ****
1881/Matilda Tilley/Wife/31/Peckham, Surrey/Census
1881/Augustus B Tilley/Son/12/Camberwell, Surrey/Census
1881/John J Tilley/Son/11/Camberwell, Surrey/Census
1881/Robert T Tilley/Son/10/Camberwell, Surrey/Census
1881/Keturah M Tilley/Daughter/8/Fulham, Middlesex/Census
1881/Matilda F Tilley/Daughter/6/Fulham, Middlesex/Census
1881/Charles T Tilley/Son/4/Fulham, Middlesex/Census
1881/Christopher E Tilley/Son/3/Edmonton, Middlesex/Census
1881/Edith S Tilley/Daughter/11 months/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Eleanor E Nalley/Servant/27/Islington, Middlesex/Census
1881/Margaret Puzey/Servant/22/Bow, Middlesex/Census

1882/Augustus Hy Tilley/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1887/Alfred Benson / Publican & Traveller /../../London Gazette, 12 May 1891 **

1891/William Ranwell/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1899/Walter Reynolds/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1900/Wltr. Reynolds/../../../P.O. Directory **

1915/Laurence Arthur Staines/../../../P.O. Directory **

1938/Hy T Jenkins/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1946/Mrs Eliza A Britten/../../../P.O. Directory **

The pub re-opened it's doors in November 1980, it's manager was Hugh Fowler, and the owner was Courage brewery. It was separated then into three areas with the Main Bar called the Crown & Anchor, the Public Bar "mainly printers from the telegraph" was called Aunties Bar, and the resturant / cocktail bar was named Spatz, I spent two years there as a cellar man, and it was Courage's busiest pub at the time with up to 10 bar staff working the lunchtime shift for the 2 bars. *


* Provided By Paul Norris

** Provided By Stephen Harris

**** Provided By Kevan


And Last updated on: Saturday, 01-Apr-2017 10:21:10 BST