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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 broken, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. OR visit the London pub history directory index pages to which I am rapidly adding links

    Public Houses, Inns & Taverns of London in 1826 - W2

    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

    Wilsdon & Kingsbury

    Crown, John Bellemore, Harlesden Green
    Green man, John Fancourt, Harlesden Green
    Kings Arms Inn, Catherine Oldfield, Hyde, Kingsbury
    Plough Inn, Richard Andrews, Kingsbury Green
    Red Lion Inn, William Harding, Hyse, Kingsbury
    Six Bells, Wm Walker, Church End, Wilsdon
    Spotted Dog, Joseph Twyford, Wilsdon Green
    White Hart, Robert Howard, Church End, Wilsdon


    Dog & Fox, Ann Cumbers
    Rose & Crown, Ann Wallis

    Woodford, Chingford & Neighbours

    Bald Stag, Minors Acock
    Bull & Crown, Robert Groom, Chingford
    Castle, Stephen Kemshead
    Crown & Crokked Billet, William Humphreys, Woodford Bridge
    George, James Hughes
    Kings Head, Samuel Walpole, Chingford Green
    Three Jolly Wheelers, Sarah Vincent, Bridge
    White Hart, F J Williams, Woodford Bridge
    White Hart (Posting), R M Cross
    Woodford Wells, Thomas Rounding

    Woolwich, Charlton & Plumstead

    Anchor, Mercey Castle, Church Street
    Barrack Tavern, David Taylor, Woolwich Common
    Bell, Edw Burch, Watergate
    Britannia, William Rees, Greens Hill
    Bugle, Elizb Saunders, Charlton
    Carpenters Arms, James Curran, High Street
    Castle, William Thunder, Powis Street
    Coach & Horses, William Darby, High Street
    Coopers Arms, Jno Burke, High Street
    Crown & Cushionm George Adams, High Street
    Crown & Anchor, Samuel Hanneford, High Street
    Crown & Masons Arms, Philip Avers, Warren Lane
    Duchess of Wellington, Philip Fogerty, Greens End
    Duke of Wellington, Robert Plundy, William Street
    Duke on Horseback, Hen Hart, High Street
    Earl of Chatham, Robert Delacourt, Thomas Street
    Earl of warwick, William Cornell, Warwick Street
    Edinbro Castle, Jasper William Henpfield, Unity Place
    Feathers, David Rice, Plumstead
    Fortune of War, Philip Pank, Greens End
    General Abercrombie, Edmund Foster, Gill Street
    George & Dragon, Mathias Brown
    Green Dragon, Tim Church, Hog Lane
    Green Man, Jos Turner, Plumstead
    Gun, Mark Meek, New Road
    Hampshire Hog, William Burne, High Street
    Jolly Shipwright, Rd Carpenter, Church Street
    Kings Arms, Jac james, Francis Street
    Lord Whitworth, J Lacy, Charles Street
    Marquis of Granby, Mch Daly, High Street
    Navy Arms, Sl Hammond, Queen Street
    Old Chatham, J Pittock, Church Street
    Ordnance Arms, Robert Montgomery, Greens End
    Prince of Orange, Barnard Hall, Plumstead
    Prince of Wales, Henry Hilton, Rope Yard rails
    Prince Regent, Eliz Carter, KIng Street
    Red Lion, Alexander Henderson, Shooters Hill
    Red Lion, John Lacy, Red Lion Street
    Red Lion, John Watts, Plumstead
    Royal Mortar, Edw hall, New Road
    Royal Oak, Crawford Galloway, New Road
    Royal Standard, Jno Pain, High Street
    Salutation, Thomas Chiswell, Greens End
    Shakespeare, John Scott, Powis Street
    Sheer Hulk, Pt Harwood, Church Street
    Ship, Jno Painter, Dockyard Gates
    Ship & Half Moon, Evan Bower, Globe Lane
    Ship & Punch Bowl, Thomas Lee, Church Street
    Star & Garter, Js Prebble, Powis Street
    Three Daws, John Dawson, High Street
    Watermans Arms, John Honey, Watergate

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