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The Middlesex 1899 Directory Public House directory - G.
1899 Pubs index
Gardeners Arms, Henry Hollick, Park Road, Uxbridge
General Elliot, Fredk Edwards, 6 St Johns Road, Uxbridge
George, John auckland, Market Place, East Finchley
George, Thomas Billington, Pinner
George, William Henry Collier, 81 South Street, Isleworth
George, William Green, 26 King Street, Twickenham
George, William Hearne, Ruislip, Uxbridge
George, John Herman Ernst, The Town, Enfield
George, Willia Henry Holdaway, Sunbury
George, Edward Ratcliff, 150 High Street, Uxbridge
George & Devonshire Arms, T Borer, Burlington Lane, Chiswick
George & Dragon, John Brooks, 183 High Street, Acton
George & Dragon, William Geo Ford, High Street, Southall
George IV, Mrs Emily Edwards, Staines Road, Hounslow
George IV, John Mumford, 50 High Street, Brentford
George IV, J Van, 10 Lawn Terrace, High Road, Chiswick
George & Vulture, W A Tredman, 490 High Road, Tottenham
Globe, J K Fitch, 204 Blackstock Road, Finsbury Park
Globe, Henry Smith, 61 Windmill Road, Brentford
Goat, Thomas Brown, High Street, Ponders End
Goat, G Chambers, Upper Halliford, Shepperton
Goat, Mrs Harriette L Humberstone, Forty Hill, Edmonton
Golden Fleece, W F Middleton, Fore Street, Lower Edmonton
Golden Lion, M William Ainsley, Hertford Road, Lower Edmonton
Goldsmiths Arms, Fredk Lightfoot, East Acton, Acton
Grand Junction Arms, F Pooley, North Hyde, Southall
Grange Hotel, William Bonny, The Common, Ealing
Granville, A G Lowe, Granville Road, Ponders End
Grapes, George Clifford, 22 High Street, Uxbridge
Great Northern Railway Tavern, Mrs Sarah Ann Jones, High Street, Hornsey
Great Western, Wm Blunkell, 187 High Street, Uxbridge
Green Dragon, Robert Baxter, 29 London Road, Brentford
Green Dragon, Charles Fraser, South Mimms, Barnet
Green Man, Charles Collins, Hatton, Feltham
Green Man, Alfred Craddock, Muswell Hill
Green Man Inn, William Downes, Wembley Hill, Wembley
Green Dragon, W Hugh Heath, Green Lanes, Winchmore Hill
Green Man, Tom Ickerin Gill, The Hale, Edgware
Green Man, William E Griffiths, High Road, Whetstone
Green Man, Miss Annie K Gutteridge, Kigsbury
Green Man, Mrs M J Harrington, High Road, East Finchley
Green Man, Frederick Andrew Jackson, Potters Bar
Green Man, Josiah J Parkes, 208 Uxbridge Road, Ealing
Green Man, G T Pauncefort, 109 High Street, Harlesden
Green Man, Thomas Petter, 7 Hillingdon Road, Uxbridge
Greyhound, Robert Cordery, South Mimms, Barnet
Greyhound, Alfred James Lobmann, London Road, Staines
Greyhound, Mrs Florence E M Maxwell, Enfield Lock, Ponders End
Greyhound, George Warden, Church End, Hendon
Greyhound, G H Whitmill, 143 Philip Lane, Tottenham
Griffin, Mrs S Axford, High Road, Whetstone
Griffin, Frederick Allen, Brook Road, Brentford
Grove Park Hotel, W Whittenbury, Grove Park Road, Chiswick
Grove Tavern, Frederick Lamar Langridge, 51 Snell's Park, Upper Edmonton
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And Last updated on: Tuesday, 01-Jan-2013 22:36:00 GMT