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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 - R

    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

    Richmond & Petersham

    Castle (& Posting), Ts Forty, Hill Street
    Greyhound (& Posting), Thomas Furze, George Street
    Roe Buck, Jas Blizard, Richmond Hill
    Star & Garter, Joseph Ellis, Richmond Hill, or Petersham
    Talbot, George Topham, Hill Street

    Angel & Crown, William Cann, Church Street
    Artichoke, John Dendy
    Black Horse, Sl Mobbs, Marsh Gate
    Blue Anchor, Js Coe, Kew Road
    Brown Bear, Elizh Partridge
    Cricketers, Jas Frowd, Green
    Fox & Duck, Jn Froom, Petersham
    Magpie, Thomas Goodfellow, Brewers Lane
    Marquis of Granby, Samuel Akers, Lower George Street
    New Ship, William Seborn, King Street
    Old Ship, Jn Andrews, King Street
    Orange Tree, William Clark, Kew Road
    Plough & Harrow, Humphrey Cotes, Petersham
    Princes Head, Henry Bishop
    Queens Head, Richard Ockenden, George Street
    Red Cow, Edw Summers, Marsh Gate
    Red Lion, Ts Smith, Red Lion Street
    Rose & Crown, Jn Gratton, Square
    Spread Eagle, William H Baker, Hill Street
    Sun, Michl Goodale, Kewfoot Lane
    Three Compasses, Mary Hunt, Under the Hill
    Three Pigeons, Thomas Hare, Lower Road
    Three Tuns, __ Russell, Duke Street
    White Cross, George Ballard, Water Lane
    White Hart, Jas Botten, Hill Street

    Romford, Dagenham, Hare Street & Havering

    Bell, John Warman, Collier Row
    Bluchers Head, John Marrable
    Bull, John Collett
    Bull, Geo Kittle, Dagenham
    Chequers, Peter Clift, Broad Street, Dagenham
    Coach & Bell, Richd Carter
    Cock & Bell, Shadrach Parker
    Compasses, Mary Button
    Cross Keys, Eliz Smith, Dagenham
    Dolphin, Robt Simmonds
    Fox & Hounds, James Spurge
    Gate, M Enevar, Padnal Corner
    Golden Lion, Richard Blurton
    Kings Arms, Philip Tabor
    Kings Head, Wm Trott
    Lamb, John Firman
    Old Windmill & Bells, J Mathews
    Orange Tree, Christ Gardner, Havering atte Bower
    Rose & Crown, James Stafford, Dagenham
    Ship, Ts Humphreys, Hare Street
    Star, Frederick Belsey
    Sun, Ann Laver
    Swan, John Bowton
    Three Travellers, Jno Seabrook, Bentley Heath, Dagenham
    Unicorn, W Sweeting, Hare Street
    White Hart Inn (& Posting House), J Ashton
    White Hart, Rd Sharp, Hare Street
    White Hart, W Garman, Collier Row
    White Horse, George Newton, Chadwell Heath, Dagenham
    Windmill, Louisa Hunsdon
    Woolpack, Edw Holdaway

    Ruislip & Ickenham

    Black Horse, My Gregory, Ruislip
    Coach & Horses, William Treadaway, Ickenham
    George, Mathew Ratcliff, Ruislip
    Six Bells, Mark Clayton, Ruislip
    Sun & Ship, Job Woodly, Eastcote
    True Lovers Knot, James Weatherley, Norwood
    White Swan, William Gray, Ruislip

    And Last updated on: Saturday, 07-Apr-2018 13:13:58 BST
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