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Black Horse / Buckingham, 62 York Street / 62 Petty France, Westminster SW1

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Listed in 1881 at 62 York Street. This pub was established as the Bell by the 1720s and was re-named the Black Horse in around 1741. The pub was rebuilt in its present form in 1898. It was further renamed the Buckingham in 1901.  **

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Black Horse, 62 Petty France, SW1 - in June 2007

Black Horse, 62 Petty France, SW1 - in June 2007

Kindly provided by Stephen Harris

 

Residents at this address.

1726-1736/Edward Langley/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group

1741-1745/Thomas Hopkins/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1749-1750/Stephen Lever/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1793-1799/Samuel Keep/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1805/John Jones/../../../Holdens Directory

24th Feb 1819/William Howes/../../../ Sun Fire Office Catalogue MS 11936/482/951923 *

1822-1828/Elizabeth Howes/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1833-34/Strode Curtis/../../../Pigots Directory

1835/William Pollard/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group

1838/Owen Owen/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

Jan 12th 1838/Owen Owen/../../../Morning Post *
(He was accused of serving on Sunday during hours of divine service. The case was dismissed)

30th Dec 1838/E. Cutler/../../../ The Era (victim of a burglary) *

1839/Edward Cutler/../../../Pigot’s Directory *

1840-1841/Edward Cutler/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1841/Edward Cutler/Victualler/40/Middlesex/Census *
1841/Richard Jones/Army/40/Middlesex/Census
1841/Samuel Comley/Army/25/Middlesex/Census
1841/Thomas Gust/Painter/26/Middlesex/Census
1841/Robert Morris/Tailor/41/Middlesex/Census
1841/George Hart/Army/23/Middlesex/Census
1841/John McClewer/../21/Middlesex/Census
1841/Richard Holder/Butcher/35/Middlesex/Census
1841/Michal McClarence/Smith/43/Ireland/Census

26th Oct 1843/Charles Murass/../../../ The Standard (witness in a case against a robber) *

1846/James Murress/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

10th Jun 1847/License transfer from James Morress to William Dowley/../../../The Era *

1851/William Dowley/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1851/William Dowley/../../../Kellys Directory

1851/William Dowley/Victualler/50/Croydon, Surrey/Census
1851/Mary Dowley/Wife/52/Westmoreland/Census
1851/John Grigg/Tinman/26/St Margarets Westminster/Census
1851/Thomas Winfield/Labourer/42/St Margarets Westminster/Census

31st Jan 1854/License transfer from William Dawley to Charles Rogers/../../../The Era *

1856/Charles Rogers/../../../Post Office Directory

25th Jan 1859/License transfer from Francais Frederic Louis Blaise to William John Matthews /../../../The Era *
FFLB was the executor of Charles Rogers, the late occupier.

1861/William Matthews/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1861/Charles Martin/Lodger/45/Northampton/Census *
1861/Richard Nedhall/Lodger/60/Westminster Middlesex/Census
1861/Robert Rodley/Lodger/32/Westminster Middlesex/Census
1861/William Matthews/ /Licensed Victualler
1861/Emma Matthews/Wife/28/Bristol Gloucestershire/Census
1861/Emma Matthews/Daughter/7/London Middlesex/Census
1861/Phoebe Matthews/Daughter/5/London Middlesex/Census
1861/John Norton/Waiter/17/Hackney Middlesex/Census

27th Nov 1862/Mrs Matthews described as “Landlady”/../../../The Era (news story) *

11th Aug 1863/License transfer from William John Matthews to Thomas Hinton/../../../The Era *

1867-1874/Thomas Hinton/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1869/Thos Hinton/../../../Post Office Directory

1871/Thomas Hinton/Inn Keeper/52/Oxford/Census
1871/Elizabeth Hinton/Wife/50/Falmouth/Census
1871/Emma Potten/Niece, Assistant/17/Stratford/Census
1871/W A Stacey/Visitor, Grocer/40/Oxford/Census
1871/John Markle/Servant/40/Poplar/Census
1871/Mr Ryan/Labourer/56/Ireland/Census
1871/Mr Abram/Hawker/53/Ireland/Census
1871/Helen Deham/Boarder, Laundress/16/Westminster/Census

1881-1882/Thomas Harris/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1881/Thomas W Harris/Licensed Victualler/34/Kent/Census
1881/Elizabeth Harris/Wife/29/St Marys Islington/Census
1881/C Harris/Infabt/15 days/York Street Westminster/Census
1881/Charlotte Leggett/Certificate Nurse/34/York Street Westminster/Census
1881/Susan Russell/Servant/22/North Street Westminster/Census
1881/Thomas Watson/Servant/30/North Wad, Norfolk/Census
1881/Sarah Hanning/Barmaid/23/Castle St Southwark/Census

1882/Thomas Wm Harris/../../../Post Office Directory

1884/John Phillpot/../../../Post Office Directory

19th Oct 1884/J Phillpot, late of Black Horse, Bankrupt/../../../ Reynolds Newspaper *

1891/George Carter/../../../Post Office Directory

1891/George Carter/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

29th Dec 1894/William J Temple/../../../ The Bristol Mercury and Daily Post (victim of robbery) *

1895/Charles Baumgartinger/../../../Post Office Directory

1896-1897/George Fielden/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1897-1898/Claude Hooper/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1899/Claud Herbert Hooper/../../../Post Office Directory

It was further renamed the Buckingham in 1901. **

1901-1908/Aqlfred Aberg/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1908-1909/Kenneth Hall Ryall/../../../Westminster City Archives Research Group **

1910/Mrs Ellen Kate Storey/../../../Post Office Directory

1914/Mrs Ellen Kate Storey/../../../Post Office Directory

1915/Mrs Ellen Kate Storey/../../../Post Office Directory

1934/Archie J Tyler/../../../Kellys Directory


* Provided By John Hills

** Provided By Stephen Harris

 

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