Crafting The Past
Judges Court Coney Street York

39/26 Coney Street

From the  An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in City of York, Volume 5, Central

Houses, Nos. 26, 28, 30, form an L-shaped range, three and four storeys high, enclosing two sides of Judges’ Court. These three houses were probably built between 1830 and 1840; they have been converted to shop premises and much altered. The oldest fittings remaining date from the late 19th century.




1823 Confectioners Brown William 

1829 Watchmakers, Marked † are Jewellers, †Darling Wm

1840 Watchmakers, Marked † are Jewellers, †Darling Wm, 

1851 John Horner gardener 42&43 

Darling & Wood, watch makers 

1861 Darling William, watchmaker 

1872 Darling & Wood, watch makers  

1885 Darling & Wood, watch and clock makers 

1886 Darling & Wood, watch and clock makers 

1889 Darling and Wood, watchmakers 

1893 Darling & Wood, watch mas 

1895 Darling & Wood, watch makers 

1898 Darling & Wood, watchmakers 

1898 Darling & Wood, watchmakers 

1900 Darling & Wood, watchmakers 

1902 Darling & Wood, watchmakers 

1905 Darling & Wood, watch mas 

1913 Darling & Wood, watch mas 

1921 Darling & Wood, watch mas 

1929 Darling, Wood & Anfield, watch mkrs 

watchmakers in Coney Street York

From the  An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in City of York, Volume 5, Central

Houses, Nos. 26, 28, 30, form an L-shaped range, three and four storeys high, enclosing two sides of Judges’ Court. These three houses were probably built between 1830 and 1840; they have been converted to shop premises and much altered. The oldest fittings remaining date from the late 19th century.

1823 Confectioners Brown William 

1829 Watchmakers, Marked † are Jewellers, †Darling Wm

1840 Watchmakers, Marked † are Jewellers, †Darling Wm, 

1851 John Horner gardener 42&43 

1850 *1851 census note may not practice here just live 

Darling & Wood, watch makers 

 1861 42 Darling William, watchmaker 

1872 Darling & Wood, watch makers  

1885 42 Darling & Wood, watch and clock makers 

1886 Darling & Wood, watch and clock makers 

1889 Darling and Wood, watchmakers 

1893 Darling & Wood, watch mas 

1895 Darling & Wood, watch makers 

1898 Darling & Wood, watchmakers 

1898 Darling & Wood, watchmakers 

1900 Darling & Wood, watchmakers 

1902 Darling & Wood, watchmakers 

1905 Darling & Wood, watch mas 

1913 Darling & Wood, watch mas 

1921 Darling & Wood, watch mas 

1929 Darling, Wood & Anfield, watch mkrs 

1829 Tailors & Drapers Hollins & Son

1850  John Winn Grocer

1861 Henry smith  picture dealer

1861 Smith Wm, stock & share broker

1861 York Branch of the National Savings Bank Association (limited), William Smith, manager

1885 Directory of York Drake & Compy. tobacconists E. W. Purnell proprietor until at least 1921

1898 Cook Snarry, Mrs., dressmaker upstairs

1905  London & Paris Exchange Limited, stock brokers & general bankers upstairs

1905 Jackson Dacre Woffindin, corn broker &c upstairs

1920 Watson Duncombe, Geo. A Beckett’s Bank upstairs

Faber, Lord, Beckett’s Bank

Beckett, Wm Gervase, Beckett’s Bank

Beckett, R. E Beckett’s Bank

Townsley, E. Hy Beckett’s Bank

Dalton, H. Edith, Beckett’s Bank

1929 Yvonne, ladies’ hairdrssrs

 

John Hollins 1776
THE COMPANY OF MERCHANT TAYLORS IN THE CITY OF YORK: REGISTER OF ADMISSIONS 1560-1835
HOLLINS, Hollings John  adm. 24 June 1808 (A3, f.44v); searcher 1813-15, 1818-19, 1825-6, 1829-30 (M5, ff.153v, 157r, 161r, 173v, 176r, 202v, 206r; M6, ff.lv, 5r); warden 1819, 1822-3, 1824-5, 1826-7, 1830-1, 1835-6 (M5, ff.177v, 190v, 194r, 198v, 202r, 206v, 211r; M6, ff.5v, 11r, 27r, 29v); Master 1823-4, 1834-5 (M5, ff.195r, 198r; M6, ff.24v, 27r) John the younger son of John H. of York, mt, app. for 7 yrs to his father 11 Feb. 1823 (App.2, f.77v). York. tailor and draper. late app. to John Hollings of York mt, adm. 20 June 1831 (A3, f.49r; M6, Env; App.2, f.77v); searcher 1833 (M6, f.20v)