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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 - S

    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

    Shepherds Bush

    Beaumont Arms, W P Dorrall
    White House, James Dean
    Wellington Arms, Sarah Aldridge

    Southall

    George & Dragon, Levi Puddifoot
    Lion, Jabeth John Bartholomew
    White Hart (Posting), D Woodham

    Southgate & Winchmore Hill

    Cherry Tree, Joseph Dale
    Crown, Joseph Hoye
    Green Dragon, William Boards, Winchmore Hill
    Kings Head, John Smith, Winchmore Hill

    Staines, Laleham & Littleton

    Angel & Crown, Edw Pike, High Street
    Blue Anchor, Jas Gerrard, High Street
    Bush, Joseph White, High Street
    Bush Tap, John Money, High Street
    Cock, George Berryman, Church Street
    Crooked Billett, William Baker, Western Road
    Crown & Anchor, Jn Searle, High Street
    Feathers, Ann Lush, Laleham
    Kings Head, Chas Eling, High Street
    New Inn, Jno Hamer, Western Road
    Pack Horse, Matt Poole, Laleham Road
    Phoenix, John Elliott, Church Street
    Red Lion, Thomas Simmons, High Street
    Three Horse Shoes, John Dyos, Laleham
    Three Tuns, Josh Staples, High Street
    White Lion, Jno Merriott, High Street


    Stamford Hill

    Birdcage, John Norris
    Old Turnpike House, Wm Brant
    Weavers Arms, Jas Reynolds


    Stanmore

    Abercorne Arms, (Posting), John Seabrook
    Crown (Posting), Ann Turner
    Vine, Robert Hawkes


    Stockwell, Surrey

    Dorset Arms, Thomas Tout
    Greyhound, Philip Lloyd
    New Queens Head, Edw Havard
    Oak, Anthony Pope, Chapel Street
    Old Queens Head, Geo Teasdale
    Plough, John Coates
    Swan Inn and Livery Stables, Mary Stock
    Tower, Henry Hayward


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