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    Historical Pubs in London & London Street directory

    Aldgate - East Ham, Forest Gate - Spitalfields , St Alban - St Margarets, St Martin - St Thomas, Stoke Newington - Woolwich

    A few random images of the many thousands of London pub images on the London & South UK pub history site:

    Beaufoy Arms, 18 Lavender Hill, Battersea East
    Beaufoy Arms, Lavender Hill
    Blue Anchor, 251 Southwark Park Road, SE16 - in July 2007
    Blue Anchor, Southwark Park Road
    Three Jolly Butchers, Warwick lane in 1868, near the Royal College of Physicians
    Three Jolly Butchers, Warwick Lane
    Colet Arms, 94 Whitehorse Road - in September 2006
    Coles Arms, Whitehorse Road
    Albion, Lauriston Road - circa 1870
    Albion, Lauriston Road
    Angel, Rotherhithe - in 1949
    Angel, Rotherhithe Street
    Hop Pole, 14 Gambia Street, SE1 - in 1972
    Hop Pole, Gambia Street
    Lord Raglan, 61 St Martins le Grand - in February 2007
    Raglan Hotel, St Martins le Grand

    London, being a major metropolis has had a myriad of problems. The more pressing problems in Victorian times was the quality of the drinking water. I think that you can clarify the water supplies in this time as unsafe to drink. In addition to the many works by Charles Dickens, a philanthropist as well as a well known author, wrote considerably about the quality of life in London.

    John Snow, physician (1813 - 1858) was an eminent physician who wrote about the effects of cholera. By 1853-54 he was able to prove that cholera was spread by contaminated water, i.e. sewage. John Snow was a working class person, the typical person which the Tory party are now attempting to block from further education by higher charges. Their remit is to bring in private investment to pay for further education, kill off the public sector (education, NHS etc), and generally find a way to make additional profits for their supporters; at the expense of the general public.

    Hotels, Taverns, and Coffee Houses in 1822 from a Yorkshire Guide.

    City of London

    Aldgate, Aldersgate, All Hallows Barking, All Hallows Bread Street, All Hallows Honey Lane, All Hallows the Less, All Hallows Lombard Street, All Hallows London Wall, All Hallows Staining,

    Barking, Battersea East, Battersea North West, Battersea South West, Bermondsey, Bethnal Green, Billingsgate, Bow, BishopsgateBromley,

    Camberwell (A - M), Camberwell part 2 ( N - Z), Canning Town, Chadwell Heath, Charterhouse, Chelsea, Christchurch Newgate Street, Clapham, Clerkenwell, Covent Garden, Cripplegate,

    Dagenham, Deptford.

    East Ham.

    Forest Gate, Fulham.

    Greenwich,

    Hackney, Hammersmith, Holborn, Holy Trinity Less, Holy Trinity Minories. -

    Ilford, Islington.

    Kensington,

    Lambeth part1 (A - G), Lambeth part 2 (H - O), Lambeth part 3 (P - Y), Lewisham, Leyton, Leytonstone, Limehouse,

    Marylebone, Mile End.

    Newington, North Woolwich

    Paddington, Plaistow, Poplar

    Ratcliffe, Rotherhithe,

    Shadwell, Shoreditch, Silvertown, Soho, Southwark Christchurch, Southwark St George Martyr, Southwark St John Horselydown, Southwark St Olave, Southwark St Saviours, Southwark St Thomas, Spitalfield, St Alban Wood Street, St AlphageSt Andrew by Wardrobe, St Andrew Hubbard, St Andrew Undershaft, St Anne & St Agnes, St Anns Blackfriars, St Bartholomew, St Bartholomew at Exchange, St Benet Pauls Wharf, St Brides, St Clement Danes, St Clement Eastcheap, St Dionis Backchurch, St Dunstan in East, St Dunstan in West, St Ethelburga, St Faith under St Pauls, St George Bloomsbury, St George Hanover Square, St George in the East, St George Martyr, St Giles in the Fields, St Gregory by St Pauls, St Helen Bishopsgate, St James Dukes Place, St James Garlickhithe, St John the Baptist Walbrook, St John Zachary, St Katherine Coleman, St Katherine Creechurch, St Lawrence Jewry, St Leonard Eastcheap, St Leonard Foster Lane, St Luke, St Magnus Martyr, St Margaret Moses, St Margaret New Fish Street, St Margaret Pattens, St Martin Ludgate, St Martin Orgars, St Martin Outwich, St Martin Pomfroy, St Martins in Fields, St Martin Ludgate, St Martin Vintry, St Mary Abchurch, St Mary Aldermanbury, St Mary Aldemary, St Mary at Hill, St Mary Colechurch, St Mary Magdalen Milk Street, St Mary Magdalen Old Fish Street, St Mary Staining, St Mary Somerset, St Mary Woolnoth, St Michael Bassishaw, St MIchael Cornhill, St Michael Crooked Lane, St Michael Queenhithe, St Michael le Querne, St Michael Wood Street, St Mildred Bread Street, St Nicholas Cole Abbey, St Nicholas Olave, St Olave Hart Street, St Olave Silver Street, St Pancras, St Pancras Soper Lane, St Peter Cornhill, St Peter WestcheapSt Peter Sepulchre, St Stephen Coleman, St Stephen Walbrook, St Swithin London Stone, St Thomas Apostle, Stoke Newington, Stratford, Strand,
    Thames Haven, Tottenham, Tower,

    Walthamstow, Wapping, West Ham, Westminster St James, Westminster St John, Westminster St Margaret, Whitechapel, Whitefriars, Woolwich.

    These Pubs in London are London landmarks - use this information to find your way around London [past & present] , and to give you a pointer to searching for other ancestors. I have to point out that I have purposefully used the 1881 census to place a London Publican in a particular Parish. This does not always compare favourably with modern Postal addresses, but there are a couple of different search engines  - USE THE SEARCH ENGINES! How many times have you given directions, that included Pubs as a landmark, think of this London Public Houses site as the historical directory to London.


    Search the pub history sites by licensee, address or pub. If the search does not find it, try again in the google search engine. This local search is pretty rubbish.