|This ecclesiastical parish was created in 1826 out of parts of the civil parishes of St Stephens, St Peter, Ridge and Shenley.|
|Topic: The Long Stay Hospitals of the St Albans area.|
|Book: The Book of London Colney|
|Parish Council Web Site|
|REYNOLDS, St Albans area, 19th century|
|FROST/KIFF, London Colney, 1851-1881|
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The public houses in London Colney and Colney Heath in 1854
Atkins Edmond, victualler, "Bell," and coal dealer
Bradsbury John, victualler, "Golden Lion"
Clark John, beer retailer, Colney Heath
Chiffen William, victualler, "Bull and Butcher"
Dickinson John, victualler, "Swan," and shoemaker
Fowler George, victualler, "Bull" Inn, and farmer
Fusedale George William, victualler, "King's Arms," and tailor
Hall James, maltster
Janes Thomas, victualler, "King's Head"
Kenney Jeremiah, victualler, "Cock," Colney Heath
Reynolds William, victualler, "Queen's Head," Colney Heath, St Peter
Rowson Samuel, victualler, "White Lion," and dog breaker
Skinner John, victualler, "White Horse"
Smith Emily, victualler, "Green Dragon"
Wing Matthew, victualler, "Cross Keys," and pork butcher
|According to Hertfordshire Inns & Public Houses the Bell, the Bull, the Golden Lion, the Green Dragon, the Kings Head, the White Horse (later called the Pear and Partridge) and the White Lion were still open in 1995.|
Robert Bull writes: Of the pubs listed in 1995, The Bull, The Golden Lion & The Green Dragon still trade unchanged. The Pear & Partridge reverted to being The White Horse in 2011 (hooray!). The Colney Fox (formerly The Watersplash) is missing from the above list [It didn't open until about the 1940's]. Those five are all that remain. The Kings Head closed in 2008, was subsequently demolished and replaced by flats in 2010. The White Lion was converted to flats in 2011/12. Finally, The Bell was converted to a McDonalds in the 1990s
|March 2010||PC of River Colne|
|April 2014||Page reformatted and new material added|
|May 2014||Note from Robert Bull|