St Clement Danes pub history index
This is a dining rooms in 1856, the Salisbury Tavern in 1869 and the Uptons Salisbury Tavern & Dining Rooms in the 1901 census. In 1942, there is a wine merchants at 89, 90 and 91 Strand. By 1961 this is the Coal Hole, at 91 & 92 Strand WC2
Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.
The London Nobody Knows 1967 – James Mason walks down a path at the side of the Savoy - past a pub called the Coal Hole public bar.
Kindly provided by Stephen Whitby
Residents at this address.
1856/William Upton/Dining Rooms/../../Post Office Directory
1867/Mr William Upton/../../../LV Association
1867/Eliza Upton/../../../LV Association
April 1868/William Upton/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper
April 1868/William Upton/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper
1869/William Upton/../../../Post Office Directory
1901/Gustavo Hosson/Licensed Victualler/40/Germany/Census
1901/Lidia S Perry/Manageress/34/England/Census
1901/Amy A Galluff/Cashier/26/England/Census
1901/May Galluff/Bar Assistant/21/England/Census
1901/Daisie Galluff/Bar Assistant/19/England/Census
1901/Annie S Pope/Bar Assistant/27/England/Census
1901/Herbert Harris/Lift Man/23/England/Census
1901/Launart G Garnork/Plate/20/England/Census
1901/Augustus Harris/Page Boy/19/New York, America/Census
1942/Patrick & McGregor, wine merchants at 89, 90 and 91 Strand/../../Post Office Directory
1961/Coal Hole, 91 & 92 Strand WC2/../../Pub Directory
1971/Coal Hole, 91 & 92 Strand WC2/../../Pub Directory