Red Cross Street - Pub History

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Saturday 21 April 2007 8.57pm
Hello all - I'm new here and I'm hoping someone might be able to help me.

I've just found out that an ancestor ran a pub on Red Cross Street in 1828. The record says it was The Dolphin.

I know there was (is?) The Prince of Wales pub on Red Cross Street - but I can't find any sign of a Dolphin.

Does this ring any bells with any history buffs?

Many thanks
Saturday 21 April 2007 9.14pm
There's a reference to the Dolphin here from 1778:
http://www.oldbaileyonline.org/html_sessions/T17780429.html

Quote:
Turner said he would let the two women at the Dolphin in Red-Cross-street, in the Borough, have the two gowns; we had been at that house in the morning before we went upon this expedition; we met again on the Sunday, I and Turner went up stairs and bargained with the woman, while the other two staid below.

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Monday 23 April 2007 12.00pm
There's another reference - also from the Old Bailey and this time from 1837, in this book

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Monday 23 April 2007 12.49pm
It's a fascinating site and my favourite too James, I wonder where the Town-Hall was then?
Thursday 26 April 2007 1.27am
Thank you both so much - I have only just been able to log in since I posted, and was delighted! The links you provided were fascinating.
Thursday 10 February 2011 2.36pm
Moulders Arms, 19 Red Cross Street, Southwark St Saviour, Surrey, London

At 73 Redcross Street in 1856; This is named the Dolphin in the 1869 Trade Directory at 19 Redcross Street

see:
http://deadpubs.co.uk/LondonPubs/SouthwarkStSaviour/MouldersArms.shtml

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