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Greyhound, 13 West Smithfield, St Sepulchre EC1

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West Smithfield in 1682

West Smithfield in 1682

170 Castle Inne ; 172 Ram Inne ; 173 Rose Inne ; 191 Kings head Inne ; 192 Grayhound Inne ; 193 George Inne ; 194 Antelope Inne ; 195 Dolphin Inne ; 197 Hartshorn Inne.

West Smithfield directory for 1832 and 1842; the Greyhound Inn Waggon Office is mentioned in 1842. The 1841 census lists lots of police officers at this address, i.e. a Police Station.

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The Morgans map of 1682 lists a reference in its key as - '192 Grayhound Inne'. Looking at this map, it is just to the west side of West Smithfield.
Listed are : 170 Castle Inne ; 172 Ram Inne ; 173 Rose Inne ; 191 Kings head Inne ; 192 Grayhound Inne ; 193 George Inne ; 194 Antelope Inne ; 195 Dolphin Inne ; 197 Hartshorn Inne.


In 1708 : A New View of London by Edward Hatton lists Gray hound inn, on the West side of West Smithfield

The John Strype Survey of London in 1720 map lists in the key, '125 Grayhound Inn' - Farringdon Without Ward.

1771/Thomas Binns/innholder/../../British Records Association records held at the London Metropolitan Archives *

1790/Phillip Nott/innholder/../../Sun Fire Office records held at the London Metropolitan Archives *

1805, Sus Blunt, the Greyhound Inn, 13 West Smithfield/../../Holdens Directory

1827/William Johnson, Greyhound Inn, 13 West Smithfield/../../Pigots Directory

1832/John Tinslay, Greyhound, 13 West Smithfield/../../Robsons Directory

1838/Thomas John Hawkins/inn keeper/../../Sun Fire Office records held at the London Metropolitan Archives *

1839/M. A. Searle (assignees of)/../../../Pigot's Directory *


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