UK pub history and historical Street directory

The pub history sites are regularly updated by Stephen Harris and kevan, plus an 'open' group of like-minded individuals on a daily basis; and anyone is welcome to contribute. We are not a society, but a random group of people with similar interests in mapping the usage of old buildings, public houses, taverns, hotels and Inns through time. Why not join us, there is no cost in getting involved, and any contribution to pub history is welcome. To contact the pubs history site, please email deadpubs

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Here is the entire listing of the Public Houses as recorded in Middlesex in the 1874 Directory.

Select the Letter below, for the London Public House, Tavern & Hotel Listing.

By visiting the  relevant public House, you will find Licensee information, bar staff, boarders & lodgers from Census and Trade Directory information. The East London / Essex area is best covered, and new information is being added every day.

Transcribed by Bonnie Leather

A B Bi C Co D E F G H IJ K L M N O P Q R Ri S T UV WY

Hadley hotel, Joseph Stokoe, Hadley road, Hadley, Barnet
Half Moon, William Groom, London hill, Harrow
Half Moon, Charles Richardson, Brentford End, Isleworth
Half Moon and Seven Stars, John Fairchild, High street, Old Brentford
Half Moon and Seven Stars, John Lancelot Upham, 243 Goldhawk road, Shepherd’s Bush w
Hamborough Arms, Hy. W. Reed, Dawley, Hayes, Uxbridge
Hampshire Hog, J. F. Sawyer, 225 King street west, Hammersmith w
Hand & Flower, W. Alexander, 25 Vale place Hammersmith w
Hand & Flower, Francis Gorringe, 9 Queen’s terrace, King’s road, Fulham sw
Hand & Flower, William Taylor, High street, Old Brentford
Hanley Arms, Henry Chown, Hornsey road n
Hare, Mrs. Mary Foskett, Harrow Weald
Hare & Hounds, Mrs. Sarah Attle, 101 Stoke Newington road. n
Hare & Hounds, Giffard Haughton, North End, Hampstead n.w.
Hare & Hounds, James Hedges, Wyke green, Isleworth
Hare & Hounds, James Wagstaff, Northolt, Southall
Harwood Arms, William Pope Robins, Walham grove s.w.
Havelock Arms, Thomas Henry Hill, Greenhill, Harrow
Havelock tavern, James Symes, 113 Albion road, Dalston e
Henry VIII, Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Townsend, 35 King Henry street, Stoke Newington n
His Lordship’s tavern, C. Blandford, Lordship lane Wood Green n
Holly Bush, William Chandler, Chase Side, Enfield n
Holly Bush, Henry Evenden, Holly Bush hill, Hampstead. n.w
Hopvine, William Samuel Martin, East lane, Wembley
Hop Poles, Wm. Parker , 17 King street west, Hammersmith w
Hop Poles, James Winkworth, Baker Street, Enfield n
Hope, Thomas Bence, 89 Holly street, Dalston e
Hope & Anchor, William Bickmore, Hanworth, Hounslow
Hope & Anchor, George Oakman, Tottenham lane, Hornsey n
Hope & Anchor, Thomas Passingham, Sutton, Heston
Hope & Anchor, J. Williams, 20 Waterloo street, Hammersmith w
Hornsey Wood tav. Mrs. E. Hart, 7 Sisters road Finsbury park n
Horse & Groom, Wm. Davidge, 13 Heath street, Hampstead n.w.
Horse & Groom, George Masters, Lower Fore street, Edmonton n
Horse & groom, Arthur E. Rider, 255 Mare street, Hackney e
Horse & Groom, George Tomlyn, King street, Twickenham
Horse & Groom, James Winfield, East Acton w
Horseshoes, Benjamin John King, Roxeth, Harrow
Horseshoes, Charles Lowin, Silver street, Edmonton n
Howard Arms, H. S. Inwood, 21 Howard road. Stoke Newington n


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