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    Search the historical London street directory, and London pub history site including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This search engine is broken, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. OR visit the London pub history directory index pages to which I am rapidly adding links

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    RAMSGATE is a watering place and sea port in ...

    Public Houses of Ramsgate


    Ashenden, Mr. John
    Ashburnham, Countess Dowager, South House
    Astel, Mrs.
    Bouther, Rev. T., Curate
    Carr, Henry, Esq.
    Carter, Mrs. Harris,
    Cay, Robert, Esq.
    Crofton, Anthony, Esq.
    Daniells, Percival, Esq., South Wood villas
    Foat, Mrs., Manstone Court
    Ford, Rev. Joseph, M.A.
    Gascall, Kev. G. B.
    Green, Mr. W.
    Grey, Mrs.
    Mr. 0., Saint House
    Heady, Charles, Esq.
    Horn, Henry, Esq., Manstone Green
    Headge, Mr., Pegwell Estate
    Hubbard, Thomas, Esq
    Hudson, Mr Wiliam
    Johnson, Rev. B
    Kemble, Mr
    Mayhew, Miss
    Miller, Mr Joseph
    Pettley, John, Esq, Clifford
    Ross, Mr Alexander
    Sale, Rev. R.
    Sicklemore, Rev. G. W., Vicar
    Sicklemore, Mrs.
    Waller, Mrs., Briar Lodge
    Wansley, Michael, Esq.
    Warre, John Ashley, Esq., M.P., West Cliff
    Wootton, Daniel, Esq.

    Traders in 1858

    Andrews, Henry, dairyman
    Andrews, John, dairyman
    Appleton, James, dairyman
    Austen, James, White Hall Farm
    Banger, John, essence of potted shrimps
    Boulter, Dr.
    Bristow, Mr., Ham Farm
    Burton and Son, shoemakers
    Canny, James, butcher
    Carrol, John, tailor
    Carter, John, beer retailer
    Chandler, Stephen, pork butcher
    Clerk, Oliver, beer retailer
    Coxhead, O. W., railway station master
    Critford, Stephen, builder
    Crow, James, White Horse Inn
    Darby, Elias and Frederick, farmers and millers
    Darby, William, carrier
    Darby, Mrs., Rose Inn
    Dilnot, Henry, farmer
    Dunn, William, dairyman
    Elder, James, dairyman
    Elgar, Thomas, builder
    Elgar, Stephen, shoemaker
    Foat, Thomas, Preston Farm
    Fox, Thomas, dairyman
    Gibbens, James, farmer
    Gibbs, Henry, Flying Horse
    Gibbs, William, saddler
    Gifford, Isaac, Red Rover
    Gore and Austen, gardeners, Pegwil
    Gregory, Thomas, baker
    Hall, Caleb Y., beer retailer
    Harlow, Thomas, cowkeeper
    Hewett Mrs., Jolly Farmers
    Hilbert, William, engineer to the Water Works
    Hobbs, Henry, carpenter, etc.
    Holladay, Francis H., post office, plumber, glazier, etc.
    Hooper, Thomas, poor law Guardian, Chitton Farm
    Hope, John, farmer, North Wood
    Hughes, Mrs., teacher to the Girls' school
    Impett, Mrs., Shakespear Hotel
    Johnson, Mrs., Infant school mistress
    Johnson, William, National schoolmaster
    Jones, V., smith, etc.
    Lake, Captain, of Coast Guard Station
    Longley, Stephen, carpenter
    Langridge, John, shoemaker
    Marrel, William, farmer
    Miller, Thomas, gardener
    Miller, Stephen, shoemaker
    Miller, John, Railway Tavern
    Moynes, Joseph, Wheatsheaf Inn
    Newing, Robert, parish clerk
    Ottascall, William, miller
    Packer, Stephen, Hare and Hounds
    Peak, Thomas, farmer
    Phillpott, James, farmer
    Phillpott, George, farmer
    Phillpott, Richard, farmer
    Phillpott, Thomas, jun., seedsman
    Pointer, James R., grocer
    Quested, Edward, baker
    Raze, O. W., drawing master
    Rolfe, John, grocer
    Richford, Thomas R., grocer
    Saxby, James, gardener
    Seithers, George and Son, builders
    Smithers, George, baker
    Sponder, James, post office, West Cliff terrace
    Stokes, Mrs., dairyman
    Stokes, Peter, beer retailer
    Stringer, Wilson, carpenter
    Tapsell, George, baker
    Tatnell, John, Bellevue Tavern
    Tatnell, John, essence of potted shrimps
    Terry, James, builder
    Terry, James, beer retailer
    Wilks, Miss, semjnary
    Williams, James William, Sportsman's Inn
    Wootton, Henry, Ozengal Farm
    Young, Knowler, farrier

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