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Pedro.   Link to this

Hollaway.

The inn at Holloway mentioned by Samuel Pepys in 1661 as the Sign of the Woman with cakes in one hand and a pot of ale in the other was the Mother Red Cap, Upper Holloway, (Footnote 65) which existed in the 1630s. (Footnote 66)

From: British History Online
Source: Islington: Social and cultural activities. A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume VIII, Patricia Croot (1985).

http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.asp?com...

Glyn   Link to this

There is still a Mother Redcap in Holloway (on Holloway Road near Archway Underground Station). It now has no connection to the tavern that the Pepys visited but does have an information panel containing today

Terry Foreman   Link to this

Holloway is a district in Islington, which is written vertically in the upper-right part of this 1786 map.
http://www.motco.com/map/81001/SeriesSearchPlat...

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  • 1661