St Pancras Soper Lane
On the east side of Queen street.
Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer
Houses and Hotels.
Residents at this address.
The Rummer Tavern in Queen street Cheapside is listed many
times as a meeting place for the Masonic Lodges in 1732,
1739, and 1740 when
it is number 7 in seniority and is noted as being constituted in 28th
On the 12th June 1774 is recorded the death of Mr Benjamin Braund, formerly master of the Rummer Tavern, in Queen street, near Cheapside. - Political State of Great Britain Vol 48.
The Rummer, in Queen-street, was kept by Brawn, a celebrated cook, of whom Dr.
King, in his Art of Cookery,