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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 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 - K

    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

    Kensington, Notting Hill & Bayswater

    Campden Arms, Thos Clement Gould, Kensington Gore
    Grapes Tavern, George Haines, 13 High Street
    Kings Arms, Alex Anderson, 1 High Street

    Adam & Eve, Denni Healy, 11 Terrace
    Artichoke, Samuel Chasen, Church Street
    Black Lion, William Stevens, Bayswater
    Builders Arms, David Elder
    Catherine Wheel, Richard Gigner, 11 Church Street
    Churchill Arms, Thomas James Baker, Peel Place, Gravel Pits
    Civet Cat, Alex Hurdley, 14 High Street
    Coach & Horses, Joseph Drinkwater, Notting Hill
    Coach & Horses, David Faulkner, James Street
    Coach & Horses, Fras Rider, 18 High Street
    Crown, John Menzies, High Street
    Duke of Cumberland, James Harrison, 9 High Street
    Feathers, Jas Clark, Gravel Pits
    George, Wm Griffiths, Wiple Place
    Goat, Benjamin Bell, 2 High Street
    Greyhound, William Evans, 1 Kensington Square
    Hand & Flower, John West, 6 Kensington Gorre
    Holland Arms, Mary Ann Noke, Holland Place
    Hoop, Simon Gowing, Gravel Pits
    Kensington Arms, James Flower, Newland Street
    King & Queen, William Hill, 11 High Street
    King of Prussia, Thomas Strong, 27 High Street
    Kings Head, Robert Hawksley, Bayswater
    Kings Head, Ts Lucker, Earls Court
    Marquis of Granby, John Hainge, 9 High Street
    Plough, Samuel Hurren, Notting Hill
    Prince of Wales, Richard Stanner, Kensington Gore
    Star & Garter, Ann Corston, Newland Place
    Swan, Robert Douglas, Gravel Pits
    Three Compasses, George Nottage, 54 High Street
    Three Tuns, Ham Sibley, 3 High Street
    Wheat Sheaf, Thomas Allen, 52 High Street
    White Hart, Jno Purdy, Earls Court
    White Swan, Thomas Doe, Bayswater

    Kentish Town

    Assembly House, John White
    Black Horse, Mary Faulkner
    Bull & Gate, David Beynon
    Bull & Last, John Knight
    Castle, John Clark
    George IV, Wm Thatcher, Spring Place
    Jolly Angler, Wm Oldershaw
    Kings Arms, Fred Bolton Webb
    Mansfield Arms, Mariana Rolfe
    Nags Head, Wm Newman
    Old Vine, Thos Turner


    Black Lion, Joseph Gilks
    Cock, John Davidson
    Kilburn Wells, Thos Morley
    Red Lion, James Peters

    Kingsland, Dalston & Shacklewell

    Black Bull, Jas Dabbs, Haggerstone
    Black Bull, John Judge, near Kingsland Green
    Beauvoir Arms & West Hackney tavern, John Sanders, Kingsland
    Coach & Horses, Wm Williams, Newington Green
    Cock & Castle, Richd Manwaring, Robinsons Row
    Duke of Wellington, Geo Aldis, Balls Pond Road
    Duke of York, James Alchin, Beauvoir Town
    Elephant, Jas Winch, Robinsons Row
    Fox, Rd Taylor, Kingsland Road
    Green Man, C Howard, Shacklewell
    Green Man, Jno King, Balls Pnd
    Kings Arms, J Wicks, Kingsland Grove
    Lamb, Jno Bumstead, Kingsland Road
    Red Cow, Jas Sheerman, Dalston
    Tyssen Arms, Martha Day, Dalston
    Weavers Arms, Robert Dennis, Newington Green
    White Swan, Augustin Jno Cannell, Kingsland Road
    Woodman, Thos Heap, Woodland Street

    Kingston & Ham

    Castle (& Posting), John Redford, Market Place
    Griffin, Robet Moon, Market Place
    Kings Arms, Rd Hobbs, London Road
    New Inn, Richd Lacy, Ham
    Sun (& Posting), Jas Thompson, Market Place

    Adam & Eve, John Batterbee, Thames Street
    Anchor, Jane Sprattley, Thames Street
    Anglers, Wm Herrick, Towns End
    Black Lion, Edw Legg, Bridge Street
    Coach & Horses, Thos Hampton, Market Place
    Crown, Jno Tickner, Pig Market
    Crown & Thistle, James Potter, Thames Street
    Dolphin, Richd Elmes, Horse Fair
    Eight Bells, Wm Weston, Thames Street
    Fighting Cocks, William Brown, Norbiton
    George & Dragon, Jno Davidson, LOndon Road
    Hand & Mace, Jos Walter, London Street
    Hare & Hounds, Charles Phillips, Seathing Wells
    Horse & Groom, Ann Ayres, Wood Street
    Jolly Butchers, Richard Stovell, Clattern Bridge
    Jolly Sailors, Ths Woods, Norbiton
    Kings Head, Thomas Whiting, Market Place
    Lion & Lamb, Jn Wells, Market Place
    Old Arrow, Jas Wicks, Apple Market
    Plough, Wm Darbon, Surbiton Common
    Ram, Stephen Brightwell, Towns End
    Rose & Crown, Thomas Parrott, Bridge Street
    Row Barge, Jno Peek, Bridge Street
    Ship, Jas Chismon, Horse Fair
    Three Compasses, Saml Herrick, Heathen Street
    Three Horse Shoes, Chas Timberley, Heathen Street
    Three Pigeons, Sarah Fulk
    Three Tuns, Jane Standley, Norbiton
    Two Brewers, Wm Neal, Wood Street
    Wellington, Geo Harrison, Norbiton Common
    Wheat Sheaf, Sarah Sexton, Market Place

    Knightsbridge & Brompton

    Admiarl Keppel, George Moore, Keppel Place, B
    Bell & Horns, Matthias Mason, Brompton Road
    Brown Bear, Thomas Triller, 30 High Row, K
    Crown & Sceptre, Edward Fennell, 28 Brompton Row
    Fox & Bull, Jno Lea, 1 Knightsbridge
    Fulham Bridge, Wm Pratt, 10 Brompton Road
    Grapes, Stephen Shephard, 14 Brompton Grove
    Hoop & Toy, John Carnelly, Old Brompton
    Kings Arms, Charles Tanswell, Kensington Road
    Life Guardsman, Henry Briggs, 28 High Row, K
    Marquis of Granby, Richd Calcott. Middle Row, K
    Old Kings Head, Thos Carter, Middle Row, K
    Queens Arms, Wm Clarke, 28 High Row
    Queens Head, Ts Clark, Knightsbridge
    Red Lion, John Curtis, Upper Queens Buildings
    Rose & Crown, John Fielder, 17 Middle Row
    Swan, Ts Knight, 1 Queens Buildings, K
    Swan, Matt Peck, Old Brompton
    Two Brewers, Philip Husted, Queens Buildings, K
    White Hart, G Blake, 24 Knightsbridge
    White Horse. Mary Womack, St Georges Place, K

    And Last updated on: Thursday, 07-Jul-2016 22:47:16 BST
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