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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 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

    Public Houses, Inns & Taverns of London in 1826 - H2

    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

    Coach & Horses, Daniel Battey
    Duke of York, James Knight
    Kings Arms, James Holt

    Crown, Ts Brown, West Drayton
    Crown, Sarah Coombes, Sipson
    Eight Bells, John Atkins, West Drayton
    Five Bells, Danl Brookman, Harmondsworth
    Kings Arms, Jas salvage, Longford
    Kings Head, Jos & Peggy Bedford, Longford
    Kings Head, Robt Whittington, West Drayton
    Magpies, Thomas Manchester, Heathrow
    Sun, Edm Poole, Harmondsworth
    Swan, Wm Cooper, West Drayton
    White Horse, Jas Payne, Longford


    Crown & Anchor, John Bliss
    Kings Head, John Archer

    Castle, James Walker
    Crown, John Beasley
    Three Horse Shoes, John Green, Boxeth


    Adam & Eve, Josiah Elliot
    Angel, Edward Benn
    White Hart, Jacob Long


    Adam & Eve, Thomas Hamilton, Drivers Hill
    Angel & Crown, John Lodge, Mill Hill
    Bell, Samuel Bagnell, Brent Street
    Castle, Thos Burgess, Childs Hill
    Greyhound, John Edwards, Church End
    Kings Head, Dan Dossett, Mill Hill
    Plough, John Broadberry, Mill Hill
    Sun, Sarah Naughty, Highwood Hill
    Swan, John Taunton, Golders Green
    Three Crowns, John Hill, Highwood Hill
    Welch Harp, Robt Flurry, Hyde
    White Bear, John Perkins, Burroughs


    Admiral Nelson, John Howland
    Angel, William Row
    Bell, Charles Millington
    Bull, Thomas Waudless
    Castle, James Seal
    Coach & Horses, Wm Williams
    Coopers Arms, Jas Perryman
    Dukes Head, Alex Brown
    Flask, John Gin
    Fox & Crown, Wm Guiver
    Gate House, Tobert Rogers
    Green Dragon, George Evans
    Mitre, Richard Rance
    Old Crown, George Pittman
    Red Lion, Elizabeth Goodman
    Rose & Crown, Thos Tranfield
    Wellington, Wm Inglefield
    Wrestlers, John Dutton


    Archway Tavern, Thos Shorter
    Bull, Sarah Moulton
    Coach & Horses, W H Stone
    Cock, Thomas Taylor
    Crown, George Titmus
    George, John Hobbs
    Half Moon, Richard Hartland
    Horse & Groom, Thomas Sims
    Kings Head, Charles Pritchard
    Plough, George Keenor
    Red Cap, Wm Kemp
    Victory, Edward Pugh

    Adam & Eve, Wm Lock, High Street
    Coach & Horses, Sarah Hawkins, High Street
    Lamb & Flag, Jonas Nash, High Street
    Peacock, Saml England, High Street
    Plough, Wm Morgan, High Street
    Spread Eagle, James Low, Lower Homerton
    Wool Pack, Wm Ashton, Water Lane


    Green Man, Jas Hawkins, Muswell Hill
    Kings Head, Mary Broughton, Crouch End
    Three Compasses, (Inn & Posting House), Gervis Raynes

    Hounslow, Harlington, Cranford Bridge & Heston

    Bell, Sarah Strange
    Berkeley Arms, Samuel Neale, Cranford Bridge
    Chaise & Horses, Rd Stickwood
    Coach & Horses, Thomas Drinkwater, Harlington
    Coach & Horses, John Woodward
    Cricketers, Samuel Mather
    Cross Lances, John Brown
    Crown & Cushion, Joseph George
    Duke of Wellington, Ts Reynolds
    George, Isaac Charlton
    George tap, John Paine
    George the Fourth, Wm Goosey
    Kings Arms, Thomas Ledger
    Lion & Lamb, Wm Godfrey
    Marquis of Granby, Wm Peters
    Nags Head, Joseph Newcomb
    Prince Regent, Charles Stodgell
    Queens Head, Benj Shepherd, Cranford
    Red Lion, Prince Walker
    Red Lion Tap, Wm Dowers
    Rose & Crown Inn, (& Posting House), William Hills
    Ship, Thomas West
    Tankerville Arms, Joseph Johnson
    White Bear, Joseph Aldridge
    White Hart, Edmd Adam, Cranford Bridge
    White Hart Tap, Geo Hope, Cranford Bridge
    White Hart, Jno Nash, Harlington

    And Last updated on: Saturday, 02-May-2015 00:54:19 BST
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