Pub history and London

The Essex 1937 Pub Directory - E

The 1937 directory for Essex is very important, as it appears to name the many beer retailers as named pubs for the first time. This listing should help in ensuring all of these pubs and beer retailers are on the site.

Essex 1937 index

Eagle, Jn. Boosey, High street, Rayleigh
Eagle, Chas. English, Galleywood Common, Chelmsford
Eagle Tavern, Geo. Morrell, 192 & 194 Coggeshall road, Braintree
Eagle Inn, Mark Moss, Kelvedon Common, Brentwood
Eagle & Child, Mrs. Rosina Constance Holland, Shenfield, Brentwood
Eight Bells, Wm. S. Meagher, 8 Bridge street, Saffron Walden
Eight Bells, Mrs. Emily Gertrude Pearsons, Belchamp Walter, Sudbury (Suffolk)
Elephant & Castle, Horace F. Goldsmith, West street, Harwich
Elephant & Castle, Jas. Singer Keith, High street, Newport
Eleven Elms, Edward Steadman, Castle Hedingham
Elm hotel, Edgar Clifford Imray & Cecil Imray, 1068 London road, Leigh
Elm Tree, F. Hill, 1 High street, Great Chesterford
Endeavour, Alfred Geo. Maltpress, 113 Springfield road, Chelmsford
Essex Arms, Leslie Chas. Ketley, 161 Springfield road, Chelmsford
Essex Arms, Wm. G. Thompson, Butt road, Colchester
Essex Arms, Herbert Chas. Wood, Trinity street, Halstead
Evening Star, Hy. Moulton, 82 Sydney street, Brightlingsea, Colchester
Exhibition inn, Wm. Thos. Phillips, Great Wakering, Southend

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