St Pancras index
The Hope is in Field street, which is near the top left end of Bagnigge Wells road. This later becomes renamed to Kings Cross road, and Field street is roughly parallel, and a little further south, with St Chads street which still exists in some form. By 1860 directory, there is only one building listed in Field street, and two in the 1857 directory.
Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.
Residents at this address.
1836/George Frederick Nicholls, Hope, 25 Field street, Kings Cross/../../Pigots Directory
1841/Hellen Dingwall/../3 months/Middlesex/Census
1841/Rebecca Tugwell/Female Servant/22/Middlesex/Census
1842/James Dingwall, Hope, 24 & 25 Bagnigge Wells Road./../../Robsons Directory
1843/James Dingwall, Hope, Field street, Bagnigge Wells Road./../../Kellys Directory
1846/H Ricket, Hope, Field street, Bagnigge Wells Road./../../Post Office Directory
London Gazette 1847 :
Henry Ricket, late of 3 Morgans place, Liverpool road, Islington out of
business or employ, previously of Upper Copenhagen street, Islington, out of
business or employ, previously of the sign of the Hope, Field street,
Bagnigge Wells road, St Pancras, and previously of the
Oak, Spencer street, St
John street road in the said county, Licensed Victualler/
In the 1851 census, Charles Testar is a barman at his fathers pub, the Victory, Edmund street
1853/Charles Testar, Hope, Field street, Bagnigge Wells Road./../../Post Office Directory
1854/Charles Western, Hope, Field street, Bagnigge Wells Road./../../Post Office Directory
1856/Joseph Cox, Hope, 24 & 35 Field Street, Bagnigge Wells Road/../../Post Office Directory