In 1811 there is a William Bedford at the Anchor & Crown,
Turnagain lane, Fleet market; and in 1805 there is again a William Bedford, at
the Crown and Anchor, 4 Turnagain lane, Fleet market. Turnagain lane is on the
right side of Fleet market leading to Snow hill in 1799 at about 35 Fleet
market. The closest public house appears to be the
Rose. I think they are the same, but for now,
I will list them separately.
William Morgans map of London shows a clear building at the
junction with Fleet market.
Fleet market in
Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.
Residents at this address.
23 May 1789 / Insured: Thomas Matts, The Anchor and Crown, Turnagain Lane,
Fleet Market, victualler/National archives
1805/William Bedford, Crown & Anchor, 4 Turnagain lane, Fleet market/../../Holdens
1811/William Bedford, Anchor & Crown, Turnagain lane, Fleet market/../../Holdens