Accurate transcriptions of the 1921 census are being added to the pub history site, starting with London.

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

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


Adam & Eve, Edw hayden, High Street
Blue Anchor, Rt Hayward, Orchard
Britannia, Sarah Bull, High Street
Crown, Wm Barnes, High Street
Globe, Richard Field, Hill Street
Greyhound, Thos Gudgeon, Hill Street
Kentish Drovers, Lewis Collingwood, High Street
Kentish Drovers, Richard Sayers, Old Kent Road
Kings Head, Geo Martin, Meeting House Lane
Nuns Head, Sarah Dyer, Nun Head Green
Prince Saxe Coburg, Saml Beck, Old Kent Road
Red Bull Inn, Chas Wilson, High Street
Red Cow, Jas Corver, High Street
Rye House, Jas Tagg, Rye
Shard Arms, Benj Watts, Old Kent Road
Turks Head, Wm Shenton, Old Kent Road
White Horse Tavern, Jas Lloyd, Rye

Pinner & Neighbourhood

Bell, Herbert Harris, Pinner Common
Crown, William Ginger
George, James Dean
Queens Head, Charles Turner

Plaistow, Essex

Abbey Inn, Thomas Cobley
Black Lion, Josh Duck
Coach & Horses, Ann Vause
Green Gate, George Fred Robinson
Old Greyhound, Richard Turner

Ponders End

Falcon, Henry Dent
Goat, William Starr
Two Brewers, Robert Widnall
White Hart, Thomas Craft

Putney & Roehampton

Angel, Martha Souster, Roehampton
Bull & Star, William Felton
Castle, Stephen Robinson
Coopers Arms, Edward Davies
Eight Bells, John Aviss
Fox & Hounds, William Cox
Green Man, John Adams
Half Moon, William Finch
Kings Head, William Toms, Roehampton
Old Dukes Head, Michael Miles
Queens Head, Gregor Grant
Red Lion Inn, William Champion, High Street
Rose & Crown, Mary Cownery
Spotted Horse, John Carter
Star & Garter, John Batchelor
White Lion, Thomas Wiltshire

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