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Anglesea, 64 Haymarket, St James, Westminster

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The Anglesea exists until at least 1869, but gone by 1882; the early name is the Cock until at least 1829

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1805/William Gardener, Cock Inn, 63 Haymarket/../../Holdens Directory

John Lockie, a descriptive London Street Directory in 1810 describes as "Cock Inn, Haymarket, at 63, about the middle of the West side, opposite James Street"

1811/William Murray, Cock Inn, 64 Haymarket/../../Holdens Directory

1829/Robert Roberts, Cock, 64 Haymarket/../../../Robsons Directory

1831/Robert Roberts, Anglesea Arms, Haymarket, 1 guinea/../../Licensed Victuallers Association

1832/Robert Roberts, Anglesea Tavern & Hotel/../../../Robsons Directory

1833-34/Robert Roberts, Anglesea Tavern/../../Pigots Directory

1836/Robert Roberts, Anglesea Tavern, 64 Haymarket/../../Pigots Directory

1842/E Harvey, Anglesea Tavern & Hotel/../../../Robsons Directory

1848/Edmund Wright/../../../Post Office Directory

1862/Robert Cross/../../../Post Office Directory

1869/William Pooles/../../../Post Office Directory

April 1869/William Pooles/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era

April 1869/Marshall Brumfit/Incoming Licensee/../../Era

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