White Hart, 6 Bell Yard, Gracechurch Street, All Hallows Lombard Street, City of London EC3

All Hallows Lombard Street pub history index

The White Hart existed from at least 1805. Originally, the Bell was at 5 Bell Yard, and the White Hart at 6 Bell Yard at least until 1861, with St Michaels Alley intersecting between the two pubs.

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

Residents at this address.

1805/J Hillyard, White Hart, Bell yard, Gracechurch street/../../Holdens Directory

1827/James Wildyard/../../../LV Asylum

1839/Jas. Hildyard/../../../Pigot’s Directory **

1841/J Hildyard/../../../Post Office Directory

1842/J Hildyard/../../../Robson’s Directory **

1848/James Hildyard/../../../Post Office Directory

1851/James Hildyard/../../../Kellys Directory

1851/James Hillyard/Victualler/79/Middlesex/Census
1851/Maria Evert/Daughter/49/Middlesex/Census
1851/Emma Gilbert/Visitor, Milliner/38/Middlesex/Census

July 1853/James Hildyard, deceased/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

July 1853/Eliza Lane and Mary Evert, daughters and executrixes of James Hildyard/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1856/Mrs Eliza lane/../../../Post Office Directory

1861/Eliza Lane/Victualler, Widow/57/London City/Census
1861/Maria Evert/Sister, Victualler, Widow/60/St Saviours Southwark, Surrey/Census
1861/Elizabeth Green/Daughter of Lane, Widow/32/London City/Census
1861/Emma Eliza Green/Daughter/6/Newington Butts, Surrey/Census
1861/John Seager/Porter/17/Minories, Middlesex/Census

** Provided By Stephen Harris

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