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A listing of historical public houses, in London, in 1944 Post Office Directory. This excludes the 1944 Beer Retailers at present.
1944 Pub index
SW16,Earl Ferrers, Frederick H J Johnson, 22 Ellora Road SW16
SW16,Greyhound, Chas W Hoye, 151 & 153 Greyhound Lane SW16
SW16,Horse & Groom, Jn Herbert Staniland & L C Bowles, 60 Streatham High Road SW16
SW16,Jolly Sailor, George Burr, 91 Lower Road SE16
SW16,King William IV, Hy Lee, 419 Streatham High Road SW16
SW16,Leigham Arms, A J Winney, 1 & 3 Wellfield Road SW16
SW16,Manor Arms, Jn Stewart Eagles & Wm Philip Walters, 13 Mitcham Lane SW16
SW16,Pied Bull, William Francis, 498 Streatham High Road SW16
SW16,Princess of Wales, Jas C Eagles, 294 York Road SW16
SW16,Railway Tavern, George Coulson Laceby, 2 Greyhound Lane SW16
SW16,Streatham Park Hotel, Carrs (London) Ltd, 118 Mitcham Lane SW16
SW16,Sussex Tavern, F C R Esgen, 668 Streatham High Road SW16