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White Hart Tavern, 6 Kings cross, Pentonville road N

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This White Hart is listed at 6 Kings Cross, New Road (or sometimes 5 Kings Cross, also listed as Grays Inn Road) in 1856 and earlier, prior to street renaming. The address in census maybe White Hart row. It is near the intersection with Grays Inn Road (modern Pentonville Road). The 1858 directory shows this as 6 Kings cross, Pentonville road, late at 295 Pentonville road. A few years later this is all underneath the Metropolitan Railway station at the junction with Grays Inn road, and certainly demolished by 1861. *

Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.

Residents at this address.

1833-34/Thomas Clarke, White Hart, 23 Cumberland row, Kings cross/../../Pigots Directory

1836/Thomas Clarke, White Hart, 6 Kings Cross Market/../../Pigots Directory

1839/J B Cabburn, White Hart, 6 Kings Cross Market/../../Pigots Directory

1848/James Cabburn, White Hart, 5 Kings Cross, New Road & Grays Inn Road/../../Post Office Directory

Morning Advertiser 22 March 1852 - Aplications for New Licenses. :
James Newton, corner of Chads row and Chads place, Grays Inn road. The application was opposed by John Francis Bucknell Cabburn, White Hart; James Thornton, Pindar of Wakefield, and Thomas Joseph Sellers, of the Globe - Licence refused.

1856/George Carter, White Hart, 6 Kings Cross & Grays Inn Road/../../Post Office Directory

1858/George Carter, White Hart Tavern, 6 Kings cross, Pentonville road/../../Post Office Directory



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