St Faith under St Paul index
The Cathedral Hotel by 1851 near the intersection of Cheapside. This is the St Pauls Coffee House in the 1842 directory listing. This pub survived until at least 1960. **
A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in St Faith under St Pauls parish, City of London.
Residents at this address
Morning Herald (London) 27 August 1832
Cathedral Coffee house, 48 St Pauls Churchyard, corner of Cheapside - W Jackson has the honour to inform Gentlemen frequenting the City, that St Pauls Cathedral Coffee house is now OPEN for the accommodation of the Public, having been fitted up in an unusually handsome and convenient manner.
Morning Herald (London) 17 November 1835
Cathedral Coffee house, 47 and 48 St Pauls Churchyard , - C Mountain respectfully informs that, acting upon the solicitations of gentlemen frequenting the Cathedral Coffee house, Hot JOints will in future be upon the table at TWO and at HALF PAST FOUR O'CLOCK.
Morning Advertiser 14 February 1837 - Transfer of Licenses
Cathedral Coffee house, St Pauls Churchyard, from Mrs Catherine Mountain to Mr John Mountain
1841/John Mountain/Hotel Keeper/34/Middlesex/Census
1841/Mary Ann Mountain/../30/../Census
1841/Joseph Mountain/../6 months/Middlesex/Census
+ Servants etc
1842/J Moumtain, St Pauls Coffee House, 47 & 48 St Pauls Churchyard, /../../Robsons Directory
1843/John Mountain/../../../Kellys Directory
1848/William Banks Silk/../../../Post Office Directory
1851/William Banks Silk/../../../Kellys Directory
February 1875/Martha Silk, Mary Ann Rider and Samuel Cockerell Rider, executors of William Banks Silk, deceased/Outgoing Licensee/../../London Evening Standard
February 1875/Samuel Cockerell Rider/Incoming Licensee/../../London Evening Standard
1876/Sl. Cockerel Rider/../../../Post Office Directory **
1911/Rachel Ludlow/Housekeeper/49/Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire/Census
1911/Edmund Neil/Bar Attendant/23/Camberwell, London/Census
** Provided By Stephen Harris