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    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!

    London Pubs directory in 1944 - Tottenham N17

    A listing of historical public houses,  in London, in 1944 Post Office Directory.  This excludes the 1944 Beer Retailers at present.

    1944 Pub index

    N17 Tottenham

    N17,BeeHive, Ernest W Murley, Balthazar Road N17
    N17,Bell & Hare, Albert Edward Berry, 726 High Road, Tottenham N17
    N17,British Queen, Walter Geo Ellingford, 21 Love Lane, N17
    N17,Castle, Chas Albert Finch, 42 Church Road N17
    N17,City Arms, Stanley S Hicks, 140 High Cross Road N17
    N17,Coach & Horses, William Thomas Malindine, 860 High Road, Tottenham N17
    N17,Eagle Tavern, Chestnut Road N17
    N17,Elmhurst, Mrs Alice Eliza Collinson, 131 Lordship Lane N17
    N17,George & Vulture, Brown & Horner Ltd, 490 High Road, Tottenham N17
    N17,Hope & Anchor, George Thomas Paulding, The Hale, Tottenham N17
    N17,Milford Tavern, Rowland Hornsby Farrin, 159 Park Lane N17
    N17,Northumberland Arms, Mrs Annie Langford, Northumberland Park N17
    N17,Olive Branch, Stanley Sewell Peters, 179 Park Lane N17
    N17,Park Hotel, George Alex Gill & Albert H Janes, Park Lane N17
    N17,Plough, L A C Fairlie & E H Leslie,  474 High Road, Tottenham N17
    N17,Prince of Wales, Hy J Webb & Arth Cecil Blench, 612 High Road, Tottenham N17
    N17,Railway Tavern, Joseph H Miles, 65 White Hart Lane N17
    N17,Red Lion, William Philip Clear, 634 High Road, Tottenham N17
    N17,Ship, Maurice Moss, 499 High Road, Tottenham N17
    N17,Swan, W Irons, 363 High Road, Tottenham N17
    N17,Three Compasses, Arthur E Elliott, Queen Street N17
    N17,Two Brewers, Jas Cameron, 42 Scotland Green N17
    N17,Victoria, Frederick Mills, 34 Scotland Green N17
    N17,Volunteer, Rt Chas Wittey, 131 Chestnut Road N17
    N17,Waggon & Horses, William H Tuckett, 892 High Road, Tottenham N17
    N17,White Hart Inn, R M Everett, Devonshire Hill Lane N17
    N17,White Hart, E L Short & Co Ltd, The Hale N17
    N17,White Hart, Lionel Alfred Langford, 750 High Road, Tottenham N17
    N17,Whitehall Tavern, Cecil Edward Adams, 759 High Road, Tottenham N17

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