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    UK Pub history research and London historical street directory

    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 not brilliant, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. Searches on people names do appear to work, I think. Let me know!

    Public Houses, Inns & Taverns of London in 1826 - C

    In 1826, a listing exists which covers Middlesex and its towns and villages within 12 miles of London. This actually includes parts of Essex, Surrey, Kent etc.

    Index of London & Surrounds in 1826

    Chipping Barnet, East Barnet & Fryern Barnet

    Cat Inn, Samuel Chandler, East Barnet
    Duke of Wellington, (& Posting), John Bennett
    Green Man (& Posting), Thomas Newman
    Green man, Henry Fulwood, Whetstone
    Orange Tree, Rd Taffe, Colney Hatch
    Orange Tree, Henry Edlin, Totteridge
    Red Lion, (& Posting), Charles Bryant
    Three Horse Shoes, Jas Piggott, Totteridge

    Anchor, Isaac Taylor, Whetstone
    Bell, George Douglas
    Black Horse, Wm Cook
    Boars Head, Martha Goodman
    Bricklayers Arms, Jas Hainge, Whetstone
    Bull, John Morton, Whetstone
    Bull, Sarah Walsh
    Bull & Butcher, Wm Matthews, Whetstone
    Bulls Head, Charles Hodge
    Cock, John Adams
    Crown, Walter Caswell
    Duke of York, Wm Pallett, Hadley
    Edinburgh Castle, Wm Coe
    Green Dragon, John Step Racine
    Green Man Tap, Mrs Bright
    Griffin, Jas Watkins, Whetstone
    Harts Horn, Thos Griffiths
    Kings Head, James Clark
    Mitre, John Clay
    Old King of Prussia, Wm Starling
    Old Windmill, Ralph Hibbert, Hadley
    Rising Sun, Charles Chambers
    Salisbury Arms, Jas Pepper
    Swan with two necks, Wm Baker, Whetstone
    Two Brewers, Jas Jackson, Hadley
    Waggon & Horses, Wm Bennett
    White Bear, John Williams
    White Hart, John Wilmot
    Woolpack, Wm Hill


    Chiswick, Turnham Green, Little Sutton & Strand on the Green

    Barley Mow, William Minchin, Turnham Green
    Bell & Crown, William White, Strand on the Green
    Bulls Head, Elizth Fairweather, Strand on the Green
    Burlington Arms, Jane Mayne, Church Street
    City Barge, James Richardson, Strand on the Green
    Coach & Horses, John Jupe, Turnham Green
    Feathers, Thos Smith, Chiswick Field Lane
    George the Fourth, James Simpson, Turnham Green
    George & Devonshire Arms, Thos Watts, Church Street
    Hare & Hounds, Wm Nalder, Chiswick Lane
    Indian Queen, Wm Wellenoeth, Strand on the Green
    Lamb, James Peek, Church Street
    Pack Horse, Joseph Hersey, Turnham Green
    Pack Horse & Talbot, Peter Ward, Turnahm Green
    Prince of Wales, Jas Batterby, Turnham Green

    Queens Head, Edward Horsley, Little Sutton
    Red Lion, Rebecca Francis, Mall
    Roe Buck, Henry Gough, Turnham Green
    Ship, John Smith, Strand on the Green
    Wellington Arms, Wm Henry Cuckow, Turnham Green
    Windmill, Edward Bird, Turnham Green


    Clapham (Surrey)

    Bedford Arms Inn, John Hall, Clapham Rise
    Bulls Head Inn, Robert Flower, Old Town
    Cock, Sarah Reeves & Son, Common
    George, Geo H Miller, Baalham Hill
    Nags Head, Mary Tatchell, Wandsworth Road
    Plough, Joseph Mason, High Street
    Sun, Jacob Harvey, Old Town
    Two Brewers Inn, Geo Haydon, High Street
    Windmill, Wm Levett, Common


    Clapton & High Hill Ferry

    Crooked Billett, Elizabeth Colson, Upper Clapton
    Duke of York, Frederick Holmer, Clapton New Town
    Fountain, Ths Orme, Lower Clapton
    Horse & Groom, Geo Snowden, Lea Bridge
    Jolly Anglers, Ann Whitebread, Lea Bridge
    Old Kings Head, Wm Niblett, Upper Clapton
    Robin Hood (Ferry House), Hen Watts, High Hill Ferry
    Royal Sovereign, Geo Alexander Wharton, Clapton New Town
    White Hart, Jn Pearce, Lower Clapton
    White Swan, Cth Cass, Upper Clapton
    Windsor Castle, Peter Gooden, Lower Clapton


    The Crays (Kent)

    Anchor, Joseph Pennington, St Pauls Cray
    Black Boy, Duncan Sinclair, St Marys Cray
    Black Bull, Wm Pink, St Pauls Cray
    Black Horse, John Mickelfield, Foots Cray
    Bull, Fras Petworth, Chiselhurst
    Crown, W Buckthorp, Chiselhurst
    Five Bells, Pet Tibbs, St Marys Cray
    Red Cross (& Posting), Wm Farmer, North Cray
    Red Lion, Ths Hisman, Foots Cray
    Seven Stars (Posting), Seymour Coppinger, Foots Cray
    Tigers Head, (Posting), Wm Power, Foots Cray
    Tigers Head, Geo Gibbins, Chiselhurst


    Croydon & Beddington


    Crown (Posting House and Excise Office), Ann Barton, High Street
    Derby Arms (& Hunting Stables), Charles Morton
    Green Dragon, S McDermott, High Street
    Greyhound, (Posting House), Sarah Barry, High Street
    Kings Arms, (Posting House), Has Gardner, High Street
    Plough, Joseph Rowe, Beddington
    Rising Sun, N Jayne, North End

    Black Bear, Thos Rose, Market Street
    Black Lion, Js Trner, Butcher Row
    Blue Anchor, Wm Turner, High Street
    Bricklayers Arms, Eliz Gray, High Street
    Dog & Bull, Jno Mennis, Butcher Row
    Dukes Head, Rbt Vigars, High Street
    Gun, Jas Messenger, Church Street
    Hare & Hounds, (and Post Office), Hannah Bates, Waddon
    Half Moon, Js Gratwick, Broad Green
    Horse Shoe, Edwd Bond, High Street
    Kings Head, Han Smith, Middle Street
    Rose & Crown, Jas Grantham, Church Street
    Royal Oak, Js Mayhew, Butcher Row
    Running Horse, Joel Turner, Old Town
    Ship, Wm Ashley, High Street
    Swan & Sugar Loaf, Mary Champness, South End
    Three Tuns, Sampson Jones, Butcher Row
    Wheatsheaf, Chas Mitchell, Thornton Heath
    White Swan, Eliz palmer, North End
    Windmill, Thos Stagg, Common


    And Last updated on: Saturday, 02-May-2015 00:51:43 BST
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