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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 - E

    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

    Ealing & Little Ealing

    Bell, Wm Williams
    Castle, James Griest
    Feathers, John Pearson
    Horse & Groom, Daniel Ebrell
    Kings Arms, John Gelding
    New Inn & Posting House, Soyles
    Old Hats, James ean
    Original Old Hats, Sarah barker
    Red Lion, Charles Mathews
    Rose & Crown, John Frost
    Plough, Alex Hanson, Little Ealing
    Green man, Samuel Tompkins


    Boot, Elizabeth Tattersay
    Chandos Arms & Old Crane, (& Excise Office), Eliz Perfect
    Masons Arms, Joseph Fenn
    Old George, Edward Bruton
    White Hart (& Postin Inn), Elizabeth Stone
    White Lion, John Madocks

    Angel, Thos Whittington, Fore Street
    Bell, John Kennington, Fore Street

    Cock, Wm Skip, Lower Edmonton
    Cross Keys, Stephen Webb, Lower Edmonton
    Golden Fleece, Elizabeth Walduck, Fore Street
    Golden Lion, William Beckett, Lower Edmonton
    Horse & Groom, Matthew Collins, Fore Street
    Jolly Farmer, Rt Walduck, Church Street
    Kings Head, John Chantrill, Lower Edmonton
    New Ferry, Benjamin Wicks, Edmonton Marshes
    Rose & Crown, Benj Dymant, Church Street
    Stag & Hounds, Geo Gibbons, Bury Street
    Three Tons, Cs Duckworth, Fore Street

    Artichoke, Robert Field
    Green Dragon, John Brown
    Old Holly Bush, Eazer Steer
    Plough, Wm Sheppard
    Red Lion, Jacob Hart


    Castle, Wm Jewell (Posting)
    Chequers, Edward Everett
    Crown, Jihn Blundell
    Greyhound, William Wicks
    Kings Arms, Wm Goodwin
    Rising Sun, Jasper Coe

    Greyhound, John Powell
    Kings Head, William Markham

    Bell, Richard Morris, Highway
    Black Horse, William walpole, Highway
    Crown & Three Horseshoes, Robt Worrall, Chase Side
    George, George Abbott
    Goat, Thos Reynolds, Forty Hill
    Holly Bush, Rd Prosser, Chas Side
    Old Bell, Thos Evans, Baker Street
    Old Kings Arms, Augustus Aves, Highway
    Old Sergeant, Thos Wiseman, Parsonage Lane
    Pied Bull, Jos Thorn, Bulls Cross
    Plough, Jas Threebridge, Turkey Street
    Nags Head, Robert Mathison
    Red Lion, Jas Amy, Highway
    Rising Sun, Wm Walker
    Rose & Crown, Samuel Robinson, Highway
    Rummer, Thos Boswell
    Sun & Woolpack, William Wood, Highway
    Wheat Sheaf, Charles Newton, Baker Street
    White Lion, Jn Lavington, Highway

    And Last updated on: Saturday, 02-May-2015 00:52:49 BST
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