Search over 60 thousand pages of pub history and London history by surname, street name or pub.

Coach & Horses, 58 York Street, St Margaret, Westminster

Westminster St Margaret index

This pub stood on the south side of York Street, at the western end, and next to Van Dun’s Almshouses, also called the “Red Lion Almshouses”, separated from them by a stable yard, called the Coach and Horses Yard in the 1841 Census, but Red Lyon Yard on Rocque’s map of 1845. It dated from at least 1726, and was closed in 1909. * York Street is now Petty France. This pub has seemingly been demolished.

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

Residents at this address.

1805, Thomas Benstead, the Coach and Horses, York street, Westminster/../../Holdens Directory

25th Oct 1826/Richard Horton/../../../ Sun Fire Office Catalogue MS 11936/510/1051466 *

22nd Mar 1827 Richard Horton/../../../ Sun Fire Office Catalogue MS 11936/515/1057750 *

1833-34/Thomas Foulkes, Coach & Horses, 58 York street, Westminster/../../Pigots Directory

1839/Thomas Hogg/../../../Pigot’s Directory *

1841/Thomas Hogg/Victualler/30/Middlesex/Census *
1841/Rebecca Hogg/../20/ Middlesex/Census
1841/Thomas Hogg/../2/ Middlesex/Census
1841/Elizabeth Hogg/../4/ Middlesex/Census
1841/Ann Arthur/../20/ Middlesex/Census
1841/Mary Blackwell/../15/ Middlesex/Census
1841/Elizabeth Bridworth/../40/ Middlesex/Census
1841/Jacob Law/../15/ Middlesex/Census

1st Feb 1848/License transfer from Thomas Hogg (decd) to William Hird and John Bouts (executors)/../../../The Era *

18th Apr 1848/License transfer from William Hird and John Bente to John Brown/../../../The Era *

John Brown is the son of George Brown (George was born about 1792).

1851/John Brown/../../../Kellys Directory

1851/John Brown/Victualler/33/Bethnal Green, Middlesex/Census
1851/Eliza Brown/Wife/30/London, Middlesex/Census
1851/Eliza Brown/Daughter/11/Bethnal Green, Middlesex/Census
1851/John Brown/Son/9/Hounslow/Census
1851/Sophia Brown/Daughter/3/St Margarets Westminster/Census
1851/William Brown/Son/1/St Margarets Westminster/Census
1851/James Brown/Son/2 months/St Margarets Westminster/Census
1851/Mary Gambier/Barmaid/30/Kingston on Thames/Census
1851/William Brown/Potman/19/Bethnal Green, Middlesex/Census

15th Mar 1854/License transfer from John Brown to George Cawse/../../../The Era *
Mr Cawse already held a license for another house, and the bench objected that they did not allow one man to hold two licenses, so he undertook to transfer this one to someone else at the next session. From a court case at the Old Bailey on 8th May 1854, we learn that Mr Cord (sic) was also landlord of the Duke of Bridgewater (in St Luke’s, London) and lived there, but that a George Phillips ran the Coach and Horses for him.

1856/John Ody/../../../Post Office Directory

4th Aug 1855/License transfer from John Ody to Thomas Griffiths/../../../The Era *

1st Feb 1857/License transfer from Thomas Griffiths to George Brown/../../../The Era *

23rd Mar 1858/License transfer from execs. of George Brown (decd) to Ann Brown/../../../The Era *

25th Jan 1859/License transfer of the Coach and Horses, York Street, from Ann Brown to John Bray Rudd/../../../The Era *

1861/John B Rudd/Licensed Victualler/34/Redhill Herts/Census *
1861/Isabel Rudd/Wife/30/Limehouse Middlesex/Census
1861/Mira E B Rudd/Daughter/1/Westminster Middlesex/Census
1861/Ada E L Rudd/Daughter/0/ Westminster Middlesex/Census
1861/Mary Parrock/House Servant/18/Blackfriars Surrey/Census
1861/William H Nobes/House Servant/24/Westminster Middlesex/Census

28th Jan 1862/License transfer from John Bray Rudd to John Barnes/../../../The Era *

20 December 1865. Letters of Administration of the Personal Estate and effects of John Barnes late of the "Coach and Horses" 58 York Street Westminster in the County of Middlesex Licensed Victualler deceased who died 10 November 1865 at the "Coach and Horses" aforesaid was granted at the Principal Registry to Rebecca Barnes of the "Coach and Horses" aforesaid Widow the Relict of the said Deceased she having been first sworn.

28th Mar 1866/License transfer from Mr Barnes (decd) to Mrs Barnes/../../../The Era *

1869/Mrs Rebecca Barnes/../../../Post Office Directory

2nd Feb 1869/License transfer from Rebecca Collins (late Barnes) to Edmund Charles Collins (her husband)/../../../The Era *

1871/Edmund Collins/Publican/36/Sussex/Census *
1871/Rebecca Collins/Wife/50/Kent/Census
1871/Thomas Barnes/Son-in-Law* and Publican/22/Middlesex/Census
1871/Charles King/Potman/18/Suffolk/Census
1871/Harriett Whitcomb/Servant/20/Surrey/Census
* Step-son in today’s terminology

1881/Frederick H Ledger/Licensed Victualler/26/Peckham, Middlesex/Census
1881/Sarah Ann Ledger/Wife/24/Aldgate, Middlesex/Census
1881/Lillian R Ledger/Daughter/2 months/Hackney, Middlesex/Census
1881/Fanny Cole/General Servant/17/Westham Sh, Middlesex/Census
1881/Rosetta Howard/Sister In Law/14/Aldgate, Middlesex/Census
1881/Mary R MacDermott/Boarder, Dressmaker/24/Boyde, Ireland/Census
1881/Louis MacDermott/Boarder, Tailor/21/Boyde, Ireland/Census
1881/Kate MacDermott/Boarder/14/Boyde, Ireland/Census

1882/Frederick H Ledger/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Henry Cole/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/Henry Cole/Publican/39/Devizes, Wiltshire/Census
1891/Jessie S Cole/Wife/39/Pimlico, London/Census
1891/Jessie E Cole/Daughter/15/Pimlico, London/Census
1891/Alfred H Cole/Son/6/Pimlico, London/Census

1899/George Kendall/../../../Post Office Directory

London Evening Standard 28 October 1908
Licensing Act 1904 Notice of principal meeting to discuss by the Compensation authority on the 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th July 1908
St Margarets
Coach and Horses, 58 York street, Full, George Dallard

* Provided By John Hills

  • UK Towns and Cities
  • London history
  • Accessible Travel etc
  • London Pub history
  • And Last updated on: Thursday, 25-Jan-2024 10:36:12 GMT