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(Old) Red Lion, 130 Aldersgate Street, Aldersgate EC1

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The Red Lion Inn, in Pickax street, existed from at least 1682. At 109 Aldersgate Street before 1882. This pub is now demolished. **

Morgans map of London in 1682 lists 296 Bell Inne ; 247 Green Dragon Inne ; 248 White horse Inn & alley ; 237 Three Cupps Inne and 238 Red Lion Inne

Morgans map of London in 1682 lists 296 Bell Inne ; 247 Green Dragon Inne ; 248 White horse Inn & alley ; 237 Three Cupps Inne and 238 Red Lion Inne

The John Rocques map of London in 1746 marks the Bell Inn, Aldersgate street ; the Cross Keys Inn, Barbican ; Cock Inn, Pickax street ; Red Lyon Inn, Pickax street amd the Three Cups Inn, Pickax street.

The John Rocques map of London in 1746 marks the Bell Inn, Aldersgate street ; the Cross Keys Inn, Barbican ; Cock Inn, Pickax street ; Red Lyon Inn, Pickax street amd the Three Cups Inn, Pickax street.

Residents at this address.

Morgans map of London in 1682 lists the Red Lion Inn as '238 Red Lion Inne'

The John Rocques map of London in 1746 marks the Red Lyon Inn, in Pickax street, later renamed to Aldersgate street

The The London Wards - Aldersgate in 1756 described by Maitland note the following : Northward beyond Old street. This Street is broad, but meanly built and inhabited, especially beyond the Bars. In this Street, within the Bars, are these Courts and Places of Note : Cock Inn has a good Trade, and is resorted unto by Waggons that bring Meal, and other Goods. Devonshire court contains two Courts, one within another, and both but small and ordinary.
Red lion Inn, of good Trade, and has a large Yard for Coach houses and Stabling. Through this Yard is a Passage into Charter house yard, and another into Long lane. Beggars lane, an open Passage into Charter house yard, and so to Smithfield bars, and St. John's street, a great Thoroughfare. Three Cups Inn. White horse yard, a large open Place for Stabling and Coach houses, and has in it some Dwelling houses.

1794/William Kime/inn holder, Red Lion Inn/../../Corporation of the Sons of the Clergy records held at the London Metropolitan Archives *

1822/J Tooth/../../../Pigots Directory **

1825/J Tooth/../../../Pigots Directory **

1832/T Pepper/../../../Robsons Directory

1836/Thomas Pepper, Red Lion Inn, 109 Aldersgate street/../../Pigots Directory

1839/Thomas Pepper/../../../Pigots Directory

1841/Thomas Pepper/../../../P.O. Directory **

1842/T Pepper/../../../Robsons Directory **

1843/Thomas Pepper/../../../Kellys Directory

1848/Thomas Pepper/../../../Post Office Directory

1850/Thomas Pepper/../../../P.O. Directory **

1851/Thomas Pepper/Victualler/62/North Ashton/Census
1851/Edith Pepper/Wife/61/Cornwall/Census
1851/George Pepper/Son/24/City of London/Census
1851/Sarah Alder/Barmaid/40/City of London/Census
1851/Sarah Chilvers/Barmaid/21/Clerkenwell, Middlesex/Census
1851/Charlotte Coleman/House Servant/33/Kensington, Middlesex/Census
1851/John Rathbone/Waiter/23/Hope, Derbyshire/Census
1851/Charles Barwell/Lodger, Sheep Salesman/49/North Houghton/Census
1851/William Lee/Lodger, Wool Dyer/20/Leicester, Leicester/Census
1851/John Lee/Lodger, Wool Dyer/18/Leicester, Leicester/Census
1851/William Line/Lodger, Boot manufacturer/30//Census
1851/Daniel Evans/Lodger, No Employment/25/Hatfield, Herts/Census

1852/Thomas Pepper/../../../Watkins Directory **

1856/Herbert Ball/../../../Post Office Directory

December 1859/James Doble/Outgoing Licensee/../../London City Press

December 1859/George Francis Burrell/Incoming Licensee/../../London City Press

1861/George F Burrell/Inn Keeper/39/Hickington, Lincolnshire/Census
1861/Mary Burrell/Wife/40/Stamford, Lincolnshire/Census
1861/William Batton/Barman/17/Plymouth, Devon/Census
1861/Henry Wass/Potman/16/Stoke by Naylen, Suffolk/Census
1861/Rebecca Rogers/Cook/17/St Lukes, Middlesex/Census
1861/Mary A Frasconthick/Chambermaid/29/St Cullum, Cornwall/Census

1866/Mrs M J Plaw/../../../P.O. Directory **

1869/W E George/../../../Post Office Directory

1870/William Edward George / Innholder/../../Lease documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1871/William E George/Licensed Victualler/32/London/Census
1871/Mary A George/Wife/29/London/Census
1871/Mary H S George/Daughter/6/London/Census
1871/Elizabeth M George/Daughter/3/London/Census
1871/William H J George/Son/1 3/4/London/Census
1871/Edward F T George/Son/10 weeks/London/Census
1871/Susanna Morgan/Barmaid/23/London/Census
1871/Louisa Maskel/General Servant/18/London/Census
1871/Walter Sirkett/General Servant/20/London/Census
1871/John Mills/Boarder, Fabcy Basket Manufacturer/42/Nottingham/Census

1871/William Edward George / Innholder & Licensed Victualler/../../Mortgage documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1873/William Edward George / Inn Keeper/../../../Lease documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1874/Frederick Guyer / Inn Keeper/../../../Lease documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1874/John Moss / Inn Keeper/../../../Mortgage documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1875/John Moss / Licensed Victualler/../../../Lease documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1875/John Frederick Robinson / Inn Keeper/../../../Mortgage documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1876/John Frederick Robinson / Licensed Victualler/../../../Lease documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1876/Thomas Adam Smith / Licensed Victualler/../../../Lease documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1876/Edward William Robinson / Victualler/../../../Mortgage documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1877/Edward William Robinson / Inn Keeper/../../../Lease documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1877/Thomas Adam Smith / Licensed Victualler/../../../Lease documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1881/Thomas Adam Smith / Licensed Victualler/../../../Lease documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1881/Thomas Henry Robinson / Licensed Victualler/../../../Lease documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1882/Thomas Robinson/../../../Post Office Directory

1884/Thomas Henry Robinson / Licensed Victualler/../../../Lease documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1885/Thos. Hy. Robinson/../../../P.O. Directory **

1885/Richard Frost / Victualler/../../../Mortgage documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1886/George Warman & Charles Porter / Victuallers/../../../Mortgage documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1887/Charles Porter / Victualler/../../../Mortgage documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1891/Charles Porter/../../../Post Office Directory

1892/Charles Porter / Victualler/../../../Mortgage documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1894/Charles Porter/../../../City of London Directory **

1895/Charles Porter/../../../Post Office Directory

1896/William Henry Burney / Victualler/../../../Mortgage documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1897/William Henry Burney / Victualler/../../../Lease documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1899/Clifford Robert Coghlan / Victualler/../../../Lease documents held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1899/Clifford R. Coghlan/../../../Post Office Directory

1901/Julius Aarons/Publican/56/../Census
1901/Fanny Aarons/Wife/46/Norwich, Norfolk/Census
1901/Kate Aarons/Daughter/27/Isle of Wight, Hampshire/Census
1901/Hilda Aarons/Daughter/23/Limehouse, London/Census
1901/Ethel Aarons/Daughter/17/Camden Town, London/Census
1901/Pauline Aarons/Daughter/15/Canning Town, Essex/Census
1901/Alice Aarons/Daughter/15/Canning Town, Essex/Census
1901/Henry Aarons/Son/9/St James, London/Census
1901/Florence Nightingale/Cook/21/Hoxton, London/Census
1901/Maud Morris/Barmaid/20/Old Kent Road, London/Census
1901/Lilian Bunten/Barmaid/21/Clapton, London/Census
1901/Kate Vince/Housemaid/18/City Road, London/Census
1901/Ernest Jarvis/Barman/24/Burnt Oak, Ash, Edgware/Census

1902/Julius Aarons/../../../City of London Directory **

1910/Arthur Adam Mather/../../../Post Office Directory *

1915/William Allen/../../../Post Office Directory *

1921/William Allen/../../../P.O. Directory **

In 1921 census at 130 Aldersgate Street, City of London
William Allen, Licenced Victualler, aged 53 years 10 months and born in Deptford, London, the Employer
Elizabeth Allen, Wife, Licenced Victualler Assistant, W Allen Licenced Victualler, aged 44 years 9 months and born in New Cross, London
William Allen, Son, Assisting Father In Licencesd Victualler Dutes, aged 24 years 3 months and born Kensington, London, England W Allen Licenced Victualler
Dorothea E Allen, Daughter, Stenographer, London Electric Railway, Broadway, Westminster, aged 20 years 2 months and born in Pimlico, London
Constance K Allen, Daughter, Stenographer, Company Promoter, Blomfield House, 85 London Wall, aged 18 years 7 months and born in Kew, Surrey

1934/Sol Jacobs, Red Lion, 130 Aldersgate street EC1/../../P.O. Directory **



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