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Fox & Cock, 12 Grays Inn lane, Holborn WC1X

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Grays Inn lane in 1682 Morgans Map records 2 Black Bull Inne ; 3 Red Lion Inne ; 4 Cock & Dolphin Inne ; 6 Kings Head Inne ; 9 Bell Inne and 11 Fox Inne.

Grays Inn lane in 1682 Morgans Map records 2 Black Bull Inne ; 3 Red Lion Inne ; 4 Cock & Dolphin Inne ; 6 Kings Head Inne ; 9 Bell Inne and 11 Fox Inne.

The 1682 Morgans Map records a '2 Black Bull Inne' in its index, which is in Grays Inne lane. At 60 Grays Inn lane in 1851 census and up to at least 1863

This is earlier called the Fox & Peacock, 12 Grays Inn Lane in 1843 and earlier; and not to be confused with the Peacock; the 1832 street directory makes this clearer. This Fox & Cock becomes the Havelock Arms by 1863

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The 1799 Rocques map records a Fox Court at about 12 Grays Inn lane.

1808/William Vandy, Fox, peacock, 12 Grays Inn lane/../../Holdens Directory

1833-34/William Winder, Fox & Peacock, 12 Grays Inn lane/../../Pigots Directory

1836/William Winder, Fox, 12 Grays Inn lane/../../Pigots Directory

1841/William Winder, Fox & Peacock, 12 Grays Inn lane/../../Post Office Directory

1841/John Temple/Victualler/../../Census
1841/Priscilla Temple/../29/../Census
1841/John Temple/../5 months/Middlesex/Census
1841/Walter Smith/../40/../Census
1841/Susanah Brognill/Servant/20/Ireland/Census
1841/Ann Winder/Servant/40/../Census

1842/Rd Swainston, Fox & Peacock, 12 Grays Inn lane/../../Robsons Directory

1843/John Gannaway/Fox & Peacock, 12 Grays Inn lane/../../Post Office Directory

August 1847/Richard Cutmore/ Outgoing Licensee /../../The Era

August 1847/James Henry Edwards/ Incoming Licensee /../../The Era

February 1849/James Henry Edwards/ Outgoing Licensee /../../The Era

February 1849/George Henry Robinson/ Incoming Licensee /../../The Era

1851/Joseph Pilgrim, Fox & Cock, 12 Grays Inn lane/../../Kellys Directory

Morning Advertiser 23 April 1851 - Licence transfers
Fox and Cock, Grays inn lane - J Pilgrim, the late tenant omitted to apply for a renewal of this licence, but today Samuel Heddon applied for a new licence, granted.

1851/Samuel Haddon/Licensed Victualler/52/Suffolk/Census
1851/Matilda Haddon/Wife/35/Suffolk/Census
1851/Emma Haddon/Daughter/15/Colchester/Census
1851/Alfred Haddon/Son/11/Exworth/Census
1851/Francis Mitchell/Housemaid/40/London, Middlesex/Census
1851/James Jefferies/Barman/33/London, Middlesex/Census

1852/Samuel Haddon, Peacock, 12 Grays inn lane/../../Post Office Directory

Morning Advertiser 03 August 1853 - licence transfers
Fox and Cock, Grays inn lane, Samuel Haddon to Robert Ryder

July 1854/Robert Ryder/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

July 1854/Barry O'Meara Mullins/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

1856/Harry Mullins/../../../Post Office Directory

1858/Michael Duffy, Fox & Cock, 12 Grays inn lane/../../Post Office Directory

This Fox & Cock becomes the Havelock Arms by 1863



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