St Dunstan in West pub history Index
ANDERTON'S HOTEL, 164, Fleet Street. This house was given, in 1405, to
the Goldsmiths' Company, under the title of " The Horn in the Hoop.” Machyn
mentions it in 1557, and the register of St. Dunstan 1597, has an entry:“Raphe
was slained at the Horne, buryed.” In the reign of James the First, it is
described as being between the Red Lion, over against Serjeant's Inn, and
Three Legged Alley, over against Whitefriars.
The first reference I have of it as Anderton’s is in 1811 when listed as a coffee house and tavern. It was rebuilt in 1880 and was demolished in 1939. **
Andertons Hotel, Fleet street is clearly marked on the 1893 Ordnance Survey, alongside Johnsons court and opposite what is then Pleydel court, earlier called Lombard street.
A listing of historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in St Dunstan in West, City of London.
Residents at this address
1405/Thomas atte Haye/../../../per: H E Popham “The Tavern in the Town” **
1603-1625 / Short title: Farmer v Coxe. Plaintiffs: Bridget Farmer, widow.
Defendants: Robert Coxe. Subject: the Horn tavern in Fleet Street, London,
demised by the Goldsmiths' Company to Robert Arke./.../National Archives, Kew
1619 : Short title: Farmer v Coxe. Plaintiffs: Bridget Farmer widow. Defendants: Robert Coxe. Subject: the Horn Tavern Fleet Street, London/.../National Archives, Kew
1625-1640 / Short title: Gilgate v Rogers. Plaintiffs: Arthur Gilgate. Defendants: Joseph Rogers and Katherine Rogers his wife. Subject: the Horn tavern Fleet Street, London.
On the 3rd April 1663, the Horn Tavern is mentioned by
Pepys in his diary.
The List of Masonic Lodges for 1756 to 1769 name the Horn, Fleet street as number 33 in seniority, this record also lists its earliest date of being a Lodge as of the January 4th 1729.
The listing of Masonic lodges between 1770 and 1780 name the Stewards Lodge
as meeting here at the Horn, Fleet street, with seniority now at number 60
Sept 17 1771/ Palmer Firmin, Anderton's Coffee House, Fleet Street. Offers timber and asks for a Purveyor to view and report on it/ .. /Records at the National Archives, Kew
18 July 1803 / Insured: Abraham Worley, at Andertons Coffee House Fleet Street, coffeeman / .. /Records at the LMA
1811/Abraham Worley, Andertons Coffee house and tavern, Fleet street/../../Holdens Directory
1822/../Andertons coffee house, 120 Fleet Street/../../History of Yorkshire Directory
1822/Abraham Worley/Andertons coffee house, 126 Fleet Street/../../Pigots Directory
1833-34/Abraham Worley/Andertons coffee house & Hotel, 164 Fleet Street/../../Pigots Directory
1836/William Harding, Andertons Hotel, 164 Fleet Street/../../Pigots Directory
1842/William Harding, Andertons Hotel, 164 Fleet Street/../../Robson’s Directory **
1848/Francis Clemow/../../../Post Office Directory **
1851/Frank Clemow/../../../Kellys Directory **
1851/Frederick Stemow/Cellerman/19/St Loders, Cornwall/Census
1851/Frederick Hargill/Waiter/25/St Annes Soho/Census
1851/William Cattermole/Porter/26/Saxted, Suffolk/Census
1851/John Sibborn/Waiter/22/Maldon, Essex/Census
1851/Charles Duddam/Waiter/27/Frome, Somerset/Census
1851/Phillipa Lock/Barmaid/33/St Loders, Cornwall/Census
1851/M A Lyons/Barmaid/19/City of London/Census
1851/Elizabeth Barrimay/Housemaid/30/City of London/Census
1851/Susan Childs/Housemaid/17/St Bride, London/Census
1851/Sophia Hassell/Kitchenmaid/19/St Clement Dane/Census
1851/Mary Ann Fage/Housemaid/28/City of London/Census
1853/F Clemow/../../../The Travellers’ Album & Hotel Guide **
1856/Frank Clemow/../../../Post Office Directory
1860/Frank Clemow/../../../The Draper & Clothier, Travellers’ Hand-Book **
1869/F H & W R Clemow/../../../Post Office Directory
1874/F H Clemow/../../../H D Miles London & Suburban Licensed Victuallers Directory **
1878/F H Clemow/../../../Post Office Directory **
1884/Francis H Clemow/../../../Business Directory of London **
1899/Francis Harding Clemow/../../../Post Office Directory **
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