Raglan Hotel, 61 St Martins le Grand, St Anne & St Agnes, EC1

St Anne & St Agnes pub history index

This pub was originally established in Elizabethan times as the Fountain. It later became known as the Bush and was trading as the Mourning Bush. In 1855 it was rebuilt as the Raglan Hotel. ** A lengthy and detailed look at the Mourning Bush early history is listed here

A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in St Anne & St Agnes, City of London.

Mourning Bush Tavern in 1830

Mourning Bush Tavern in 1830

The Raglan, St Martins le Grand - in 1955

The Raglan, St Martins le Grand - in 1955

Kindly provided by, and copyright of Brian Fowler

Lord Raglan, 61 St Martins le Grand - in February 2007

Lord Raglan, 61 St Martins le Grand - in February 2007

Kindly provided by Stephen Harris

Residents at this address

Westminster Keystone Lodge Freemasons membership initiated January 3rd 1825, Thedosius Williams, aged 35, Victualler, St Martins le Grand, 1825

1832/Theodosius Williams, coffee house keeper, wine and spirit merchant/../../Sun Fire Office records held at the London Metropolitan Archives *

1834/Edward Jackson, coffee house keeper and spirit merchant/../../Sun Fire Office records held at the London Metropolitan Archives *

1836/Edward Jackson, Mourning Bush Tavern & Coffee House, 61 St Martins le grand/../../Pigots Directory

1841/E. Jackson/Mourning Bush Tavern/../../Post Office Directory *

1841/Edward Jackson/Tavern Keeper/45/../Census
1841/Louisa Jackson/../45/../Census
1841/Jno Jackson/Assistant/25/../Census
1841/Henry Roberts/Artist/40/../Census
1841/Rosetta Lambert/Female Servant/20/../Census
1841/Elizabeth Maguire/Female Servant/20/Middlesex/Census
1841/Margaret Hodges/Female Servant/20/../Census
1841/Harriett Hillyer/Female Servant/20/../Census
1841/ElizaWwilson/Female Servant/20/../Census
1841/William Taylor/Male Servant/35/../Census
1841/Robert Web/Male Servant/25/Middlesex/Census

1843/Edward Jackson/../../../Kellys Directory

1848/Edward Jackson/../../../Post Office Directory

1851/Edw. Jackson/../../../Kelly’s Directory **

Mourning Bush Tavern :
1851/Edward Jackson/Tavern Keeper/56/Crawley, Oxfordshire/Census
1851/Louisa Jackson/Wife/56/Wolvercote, Oxfordshire/Census
1851/Louisa Jackson/Daughter/23/City of London/Census
1851/Edward Jackson/Son, Laceman Assistant/18/City of London/Census
1851/Matho Jackson/Daughter/15/City of London/Census
1851/John Jackson/Nephew, Waiter/34/New Mill, Oxfordshire/Census
1851/William Jackson/Nephew, Porter/28/New Mill, Oxfordshire/Census
1851/Ellen Brook/Barmaid/23/Barnstaple, Devon/Census
1851/Hannah Rupell/Chambermaid/23/Altham, Essex/Census
1851/Susan Wood/Cook/54/Epsom, Surrey/Census
1851/Eli Harman/Waiter/18/Marden, Kent/Census
1851/Robert Mole/Lodger, Sword Cutler/50/Cradley, Worcestershire/Census
1851/John Robert Williams/Lodger, Clergyman/33/Carmarthenshire/Census
1851/James Francis/Lodger, Gun Maker/33/Birmingham, Warwickshire/Census

1856/George Pepler/../../../Post Office Directory

1861/George Pepler/Hotel Keeper/37/Bromham, Wiltshire/Census
1861/Eliza Pepler/Wife/36/London/Census
1861/Sarah Jane Pepler/Sister/34/Bromham, Wiltshire/Census
1861/Emma Johnson/Barmaid/24/Highgate, Middlesex/Census
1861/Eliza Wicks/Cook/29/Lydiard Park, Wiltshire/Census
1861/Ellen Loray/Chambermaid/33/Ireland/Census
1861/Ann Bowman/Kitchenmaid/18/St Georges east, Middlesex/Census
1861/William Jackson/Potman/35/Newmall, Oxfordshire/Census
1861/Edwin Js Lutt/Errand Boy/20/Hungerford, berkshire/Census
1861/James hy Oram/Assistant Waiter/15/Stratford, Wiltshire/Census
+ Lodgers

1869/Richard Smith/../../../Post Office Directory

1881/Benjamin Boyce/Hotel Keeper/35/Barnes, Surrey/Census
1881/Jane Boyce/Hotel Keepers Wife/38/Gravesend, Kent/Census
1881/Mary Hart/Barmaid/27/Hungerford, Berkshire/Census
1881/Anne Elizabeth Biggs/Barmaid/24/Newington, Surrey/Census
1881/Margaret Harriet Wesson/Barmaid/24/Lambeth, Surrey/Census
1881/Kate Harrin/Kitchenmaid/29/Bawnskenly, Ireland/Census
1881/Ann Cooper/Vegetablemaid/34/Edenborough, Scotland/Census
1881/Eliza Hearn/Scullerymaid/23/Tottenham, Middlesex/Census
1881/Ann Duffield/Housemaid/27/Essex/Census
1881/George Rustan/Waiter (Inn)/24/Birmingham, Warwick/Census
1881/Charles Faires/Waiter (Inn)/19/Middlesex/Census
1881/Joshua Haynes/Porter/18/Birmingham, Warwick/Census
1881/Robert Curtis/Waiter Boy/15/Bethnal Green, Middlesex/Census

1882/Samuel Renaut/Lord Raglan Hotel/../../Post Office Directory *

1884/Thomas Benskin/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/James Hodgson/Licensed Victualler/59/Lambeth, London/Census
1891/Margaret Hodgson/Wife/47/Lambeth, London/Census
1891/James D Hodgson/Son/17/Brixton, London/Census
1891/Florence Fiaris/Housekeeper/31/Camberwell, London/Census
1891/Herbert Pinn/Cellerman/21/Kingsland, London/Census
1891/Sam Lake/Head waiter/28/Hanover Square, London/Census
1891/Harriet F Harden/Barmaid/23/Gravesend, Kent/Census
1891/Marion George/Barmaid/22/Pimlico, London/Census
1891/Anne Acott/Barmaid/19/Northfleet, Kent/Census
1891/Mary Sibley/Chambermaid, Widow/33/Eynsham, Oxon/Census
1891/Norah Dailey/Kitchenmaid/23/St Lukes, London/Census
1891/Florence Holden/Kitchenmaid/21/Kentish Town, London/Census
1891/Mary Lewis/Odd Maid/20/Bloomsbury, London/Census
1891/William Peacock/Kitchen Porter/21/City, London/Census
1891/Fred Godfrey/Grill Cook/28/Pimlico, London/Census
1891/Fred Wight/Knife Man/24/Hampton Court/Census
1891/Annie Smart/Barmaid/21/Stepney, London/Census
1891/William Manger/Visitor, Commercial Traveller (Woollen Godds), widow/42/Limerick, Ireland/Census
1891/Arthur Lintott/Visitor, Farmer/28/Godalming, Surrey/Census
1891/George Stubbs/Visitor, Master Butcher/25/Guildford, Surrey/Census

1895/John Charles Coe/../../../Post Office Directory *

1899/Frederick Eade/../../../Post Office Directory

1901/James Harrington/Hotel Manager/46/London/Census
1901/Eliza S Harrington/Wife, Manageress/40/London/Census
1901/Beatrice Harrington/Daughter, Barmaid/19/Maidstone, Kent/Census
1901/Edith Maddir/Servant/28/London/Census
1901/Alice Brown/Servant/21/Banstead, Essex/Census
1901/Annie Warren/Servant/27/Great Horkesley, Essex/Census
1901/Thomas Pincott/Servant/27/Stoke Newington, London/Census
1901/Alfred Arter/Servant/26/London/Census
1901/George Collingwood/Servant/42/London/Census
1901/George Howe/Servant/28/London/Census
1901/Thomas Warner/Servant/26/St Pancras, London/Census
1901/Alice Russell/Servant/26/London/Census

1910/Thomas George Coppinger/Raglan/../../Post Office Directory *

1911/Thomas Wall/Brother in Law, Hotel Manager/49/City of London/Census
1911/Catherine F White/Manageress of Hotel/28/Highbury, Middlesex/Census
1911/Evalyne Finch/Barmaid/28/Bow, Middlesex/Census
1911/George Patrick Self/Barman/23/Lewes, Sussex/Census
1911/William Victor Green/Potman/20/Whitechapel, Middlesex/Census
1911/Margaret Swales/Barmaid/28/Luton, Bedfordshire/Census
1911/Annie Barnbrook/Barmaid/19/Canning Town, London/Census
1911/Edward Lyles/Barman/22/Sittingbourne, Kent/Census

1914/Thomas George Coppingar of East Bank Princes road Lewiskam Kent and of the Raglan Hotel St Martin's le Grand EC died 25 February 1914 Administration London 24 March to Florence Anne Coppingar spinster. Effects £1320 1s 7d/Probate

1915/Levy & Franks Ltd/Raglan/../../Post Office Directory *

1921/Levy & Franks Ltd/../../../Post Office Directory

1944/Levy & Franks Ltd/../../../Post Office Directory

Frederick and Frances Fowler were previously at the Euston Tavern, Euston Road, Kings Cross. ***

Early 1955 - March 1956/Frederick and Frances Fowler/Managers, Levy & Franks/../../Family History ***

Frederick and Frances Fowler were next at the Swiss Cottage, Finchley Road, Hampstead. ***

1971/Chef & Brewer Steak Houses/Lord Raglan/../../BT Telephone Directory *

1983/LORD RAGLAN: 61 St Martins le Grand EC1. Courage. Shakespeare is reputed to have known the pub previously on this site./../../Pub Listing

1991/LORD RAGLAN: 61 St Martin's-le-Grand EC1. Courage. Called the Bush and then the Mourning Bush until its reconstruction in 1855. This pub was once entitled to open 24 hours a day by royal edict after the landlord opened to King Charles II in the early hours of the morning./../../Pub Listing

* Provided By Ewan

*** Provided by Brian Fowler

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