Crafting The Past
old houses on Coney Street York

We still have a number of queries that this research hasn’t answered, or has thrown up that we would like to solve

For instance where was the Red Hart and it’s row of shops underneath ?, mentioned in the rental records of St Martin’s Church in the 16thC

46. Grant, indented, by Reginald Beseley of York, esquire, and Richard Williamson of York, cordwainer, to Adam Bynkes of York, merchant. Thomas Myddleton of York, waxchandler, Reginald Faux of York, gentleman, and Miles Prynce of York, cordwainer, of four shops under a certain house called the Red Hart in Coney Street, and three tenements in Coney Street.
Warranty.
13 August 6 Edward VI (1552)
2 seals, red wax, round.
(annexed schedule of intent that the use of the
feoffment was to be towards the repairs of St Martin’s
church and the relief of the poor of the parish)

Where was William Gilmyn’s house ?

Where was the Bull Inn

Where was the Rose Inn