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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 - W

    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

    Waltham Abbey, High Beech & Neighbours

    Angel, Jeremiah Aylin
    Cock (& Excise Office), Thos Smith
    Green Dragon, Thomas Pagram
    Green Man, Thomas Ricketts
    Greyhound, John Reffell
    Harp, Isaac Baker
    Kings Arms, William Clark
    Kings Oak, Josh Nicholls, High Beach
    New Inn, Thomas David
    Red Lion, William Argent
    Royal Oak, R Barrett, Sewardstone
    Ship, James Death
    Sun, Josh Larman
    Three Compasses, William Kennerley
    Three Tuns, William Woodbridge
    White Horse, Fanny Smith
    White Lion, William Archer

    Waltham Cross, Herts

    Bird Cage, Henry Wiggs
    Coach & Horses, William Tasker
    Falcon (Posting Inn), Hen Heward
    Four Swans (Posting Inn), John Monk
    White Hart, William North

    Walthamstow & Neighbourhood

    Chequers, Harry Watkins
    Coach & Horses, William Wiltshire
    Cock, Thomas Stevenson
    Dukes Head, David Orme
    Nags Head, Benjamin Webb
    Old Crooked Billet, William Stockley, Chapel End


    French Horn, Elizh Smedley
    Ram, Thos Braybrook
    Spread Eagle, Thos Harvey

    Antelope, Joseph Gooding
    Bell, William West
    Bull, John Woodyatt
    Crane, George Dean
    Feathers, Thomas Attreed
    George & Dragon, Jno Sillito
    Kings Arms, James Reeves
    Kings Head, Robert Traice
    Old Sergeant, William Day
    Plough, John Porchmouth
    Queens Head, Mary Churchward
    Rose & Crown, William Forsyth
    Ship, Wm Constable
    Spread Eagle Tap, Mary Brown
    Swan, James Everitt
    Turks Head, Hannah Dean
    Two Brewers, William Tichenor
    Watermans Arms, Jno Pearce
    White Horse, Charles Green

    Wanstead & Neighbourhood

    George, Wm Graygoose
    Spread Eagle, Thomas Whitfield, Snaresbrook
    Thatched House, Robert Renwick, Holoway Down

    West ham & Neighbourhood

    Adam & Eve, Jane Leves, Abbey
    Angel, Henry Peak
    Crown, Leabon Rout
    Eagle & Child, H E Mosley, Forest Gate
    Half Moon, George Joseph
    Kings Head, Edward Blacker
    Spotted Dog, Jas Bridger, Upton
    Unicorn, Joseph Mouls
    White Swan, Eliz Ion, Abbey

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