St Bart pub history index
This area of London starts to get confusing prior to about 1840, or maybe about 1835. In this year there is a White Hart listed at 28 Farringdon street, and a Crown & Anchor listed next door, this is according to the Robsons 1835 street directory.
About 1828, Farringdon street is listed as Fleet market; unfortunately the yearly street directories don't appear to list all traders at the addresses; and often for these early years, the public houses are not deemed important enough to be specified. Unless you try the early Holden directory, which do list these, although there are only a couple of these directories available.
A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Saint Bartholomew, Central London.
The following entries are in this format:
Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.
13 February 1815 / Insured: James Wilcox, The White Hart, Fleet Market,
12 February 1818 / Insured: James Wilcox The White Hart, Fleet Market victualler wine and spirit merchant/National archives
1818/J Wilcox, 27 Fleet Market, Wine and brandy merchant/../../Johnstones Directory
14 February 1820 / Insured: James Henshaw The White Hart, Fleet Market victualler and wine and spirit merchant/National archives
1827/William Beadle, White Hart, 27 Fleet market/../../Pigots Directory
1829/S Taylor, White Hart, 28 Fleet market/../../Robsons Directory
1832/William May/White Hart, 28 Farringdon Street/../../Robsons Directory
1835/Thomas Medhurst/White Hart, 28 Farringdon Street/../../Robsons Directory
Not listed by 1837 Robsons directory
** Provided By Stephen Harris