Building    To 1666

Crosskey's Inn

Categories: Commerce, Food & Drink, Theatre

Building

In the late 1500s plays were performed in the inn-yard. The Inn was destroyed in the Great Fire.

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Crosskey's Inn

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Crosskey's Inn

Site of Crosskey's Inn, destroyed 1666. The Corporation of the City of London

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Enrique Manuel Aguirre, B.A.

Enrique Manuel Aguirre, B.A.

Enrique Manuel Aguirre was born on 25 May 1903 in Anerley, Kent (now Greater London), the youngest of the three children of Enrique Blas Aguirre (1866-1926) and Henrietta Emma Aguirre née Rogers (1...

Person, Commerce, Spain

War dead non-military, WW2
1 memorial
Spiers and Pond

Spiers and Pond

This Ruislip website refers to a lost S&P war memorial and gives some historical information, stating "They were well-known wine merchants and railway caterers as well as owning their own resta...

Group, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Bow Fair

Bow Fair

Known as the Green Goose fair, it was held on the Thursday after Pentecost. A green goose was a young or mid-summer goose, and also a slang term for a cuckold or a low woman. In 1630, John Taylor, ...

Event, Commerce

1 memorial
Charles Jellicoe

Charles Jellicoe

Co-executor, with Edwin Bedford, to Mary Gray Ratray who died in 1873. Lived and/or worked at 12 Cavendish Place. In the Madras Catholic Directory and General Annual Register for the Year of our L...

Person, Commerce

1 memorial