St Margaret Moses pub index
The 1842 to 1848 directories list the Blue Last at 7 Great Distaff lane; whilst the 1851 census lists an unnamed public house at 8 Great Distaff lane. This lane disappears, and is completely renamed by 1854 to Cannon street west. The Golden Last lives on, whereas the Blue Last does not. There is also the King & Queen at 3 Great Distaff lane, but this is in yet another parish!
A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in St Margaret Moses parish, City of London.
Residents at this address.
1811/Thomas Willan, Blue Last, Distaff lane/../../Holdens Directory
1827/Alexander Thompson/../../../Licensed Victuallers Association
1832/William Pring/../../../Robsons Directory
1841/Elizabeth Edey/Female Servant/25/../Census
1841/Robert Brooks/Male Servant/20/../Census
1841/Sarah Jones/Female Servant/40/../Census
1842/William Pring/../../../Robsons Directory
1843/William Pring/../../../Kellys Directory
1848/Robert Taylor/../../../Post Office Directory
October 1849/Blue Last, Great Distaff lane, Robert Taylor to George Clarke/../../../Era
1851/George Clark/Licensed Victualler/50/Bristol, Somerset/Census
1851/Mary Ann Clark/Wife/35/Finborough, uffolk/Census
1851/Alfred Clark/Son/2/City of London/Census
1851/Charles Stafford/Waiter/29/Walthamstow, Essex/Census
1851/Mary Ann Finn/Nursemaid/13/Ireland/Census
1851/Henry Chietle/Visitor, Linen Draper/18/Warminster, Hamsphire/Census
1852/George Clark/../../../Post Office Directory