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    Licensed Victuallers Association in 1867 - part 1 of 5

    Licensed Victuallers Asylum and School.

    This is a listing of nearly 1000 Licensed Victualler Asylum and School subscribers in 1867. It appears to be alphabetical, but no subscriptions are listed.

    A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in  London. The  London listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

    LVA 1867 - General Subscriptions

    Subscribers (excluding amounts)

    Licensed Victuallers and others

    Mrs Clara Abrahams (Wife of Steward), Earl of Effingham, Whitechapel road
    Richard Ackworth, esq, 8 Park street, Westminster
    Mr Edwin Adams, Golden Fleece, 216 Essex road, Islington
    Mrs Jane Arabella Adams, 22 Notting hill terrace
    Mr Lewis Adams, Shakespeare, 182 Snargate street, Dover
    Mr George Adamson, Harbour Shades, Crosswall, Dover
    Mr G Adkins, Prodigals Return, Bridge road, Battersea
    Mrs Selina Agate (wife of Steward), Sun in the Sands, Shooters Hill road, Blackheath
    Mrs Emily Susannah Alderman, Red Lion, 30 St John street road
    Mr George Alderson, Woolpack, Hart street, Wood street
    Mrs Mary Alexander, Plough, Clapham common
    Matser Frederick Alexander, Plough, Clapham common
    Mr William Alexander, Cape of Good Hope, 78 Albany street, Regents Park
    Mrs Julia Elizabeth Aley, Eight Bells, 18 Ironmonger row, St Lukes
    Mr Samuel Thomas Allmey, Anchor and Hope, Horseferry Branch road, Commercial road
    Mr William Allwright (poulterer), 55 and 56 Rathbone place, Oxford street
    Mr Frederick Anderson (Steward), Old Kings Head, 7 Cumberland street, Middlesex Hospital
    Mr William Joseph Andrew, Portland Arms, 25 High street, St Johns Wood
    Mr George Andrews, Hoop and Grapes, 29 1/2 Cable street, St Georges East
    Anonymous, per James Rawlings esq (Mineral Water manufacturer), Nassau street
    Mr John Thomas Anthony, Spanish Patriots, 14 White Conduit street, Islington
    Mr Robert Anthony, Mamelon Tower, 76 Carlton road, Kentish Town
    Mr John Appleby, Greyhound, Lea Bridge road, Essex
    Mr Henry Archer (Cigar merchant), 1 and 2 Blackman street, Borough
    Arding and Bond (Architects and surveyors), 23 Bedford row
    Mr Samuel Arno, Bacchus, 177 Hoxton street
    Mr George Freeman Arnold, Queens Elm, 241 Fulham road
    Mrs Sarah Arnold, Queens Elm, 241 Fulham road
    Mr George Ashby, Jolly Butchers, Wood green, Tottenham
    Mr Middleton Ashdown, at Westminster Brewery Company, Earl street, Westminster
    Mr Samuel Atkins, Duke of York, 18 North Wharf road, Paddington
    Mr George Atwell (Builder), 4 Tufnell Park road, Upper Holloway
    Mr Frederick Austin, Greyhound, Upper Sydenham
    Mr Alfred Ayden (Cordial maker), 18 Great Ormond yard, Queen square, Bloomsbury
    Mr Charles James Ayling, Cock, 27 Great Portland street
    Mr George Samuel Ayres (Past Governor and Steward), Monarch, Hornsey road
    Mr John Ayres, Red Lion, Church street, Stoke Newington
    Mr Thomas Back, Cross Keys, Lawrence street, Chelsea
    Mr Thomas Badkin, Bulls Head, 23 Preston street, Mile end New Town
    Mrs Charlotte Bailey (Corn dealer), 4 High street, Kingsland
    Mr John Bailey, Kings Head, 29 and 30 Old Jewry
    Mrs Emma Baines, Hylands, near Framfield, Sussex
    Mr Frederick Baker, Steamship, Chatsworth road, Forest lane, Stratford
    Mr Baker, at Mr Paytens, 3 and 4 Nelson street, Greenwich
    Mrs Balcombe, Metropolitan Tavern, Great Western terrace, Westbourne Park road
    Miss Ellen Elizabeth Ball, at Victoria, 1 Lower Belgrave place, Pimlico
    Mr George Balme (Tobacco pipe maker), Canal wharf, Mile End road
    Miss Susan Banks, at Mr Suters, Prince of Wales, 63 Prince of Wales road, Camden Town
    Mr George C Banks (Dining rooms), 23 St Martins le Grand
    Messrs Banner (Cigar Importers), 15 St Dunstans hill, Great Tower street
    Mr Thomas Barford, Red Lion, Leytonstone road
    Mr John Barker, Refiners Arms, 23 Buross street, Commercial road east
    Miss Matilda Barker, at Mr Wrattens, Angel, Fore street, Upper Edmonton
    Mr Walter Barker (Solicitor), 87 Great Portland street, Oxford street
    Mr Frederick Barlow (Surveyor), 48 Edwards square, Kensington
    Mr George James Barlow, Prince Albert, Amersham Vale road, New Cross road
    Miss Jane Arabella Barnard, Middlesex Tavern, Westbourne road, Holloway road
    Mr Walter Henry Barnard, Ram and Teasle, 13 Queens Head lane, Islington
    Mrs Jane Barnes, Old Gibraltar, 193 Evelyn street, Deptford

    Mr Edwin Alfred Barns, Blue Posts, 59 Haymarket
    Mrs Susannah Barns, Grapes, 52 Haymarket
    Mr John W Barrett (Past Trustee), 9 Ramsfort place, Plough road, Rotherhithe
    Mrs Elizabeth Barrow, late of the Crown and Anchor, 118 New Kent road
    Mr Patrick Barry, Three Compasses, 23 Salisbury street, Bermondsey
    Mr George Henry Barton, Robin Hood, Denmark street, Cold Harbour lane, Camberwell
    Mrs Alice Batchelor, Lord Nelson, 105 and 107 Copenhagen street, Caledonian road
    Miss Mary Ann Bateman, Kings Arms, Clifton terrace, Fulham road
    Bates and Evans (Tea Merchants), 51 Gracechurch street
    Mr James Collins Baum, White Lion, Hackney Wick
    James O Beales esq, 17 Monkwell street, Cripplegate
    Mr Daniel Bear (Steward), William the Fourth, Trafalgar road, Greenwich
    Master Walter Beard, to care of Thomas Beard esq (Solicitor), 10 Basinghall street
    Beaufoy and Co (Vinegar manufacturers), South Lambeth
    Mr Beckwith, British Queen, Trafalgar road, Greenwich
    Mr William Henry Bedding, Falcon, 10 Princes street, Leicester square
    Mr William James Bell, Crown Hotel, Great Stanmore street, Middlesex
    Mrs Ann Bell, Crown Hotel, Great Stanmore street, Middlesex
    Mr William Bell (Plate Glass works), 90 High street, Camden Town
    Mr homas Bence, Rutland Arms, 32 Pearson street, Kingsland road
    Mr William Bennett (Linendraper), 11 Limehouse Causeway
    Mrs Elizabeth Bent, Lord Nelson, 200 Kings Road, Chelsea
    Mr Benjamin Benwell, Queens Head, 35 Fendall street, Bermondsey
    Mr Arthur Frederick Berry, Wheatsheaf, 139 St Albans place, Edgware road
    Mrs Susannah Berry, Wheatsheaf, 139 St Albans place, Edgware road
    Mr Richard Berry, at City of London Brewery, 89 Upper Thames street
    Bertram and Roberts, Refreshment Department , Crystal palace
    Mrs Bevan (Wife of Governor), Prince and Princess of Wales, Upper King street, Old Kent road
    Mr William Riddington, Blenheim, 7 Bond street, Chelsea
    Mr John Biggs (Undertaker), 41 Houndsditch
    Mr John Biggs (Gasfitter), 33 Borough road, Southwark
    Mr James Frederick Bilham, Crescent Arms, White Horse road, Croydon
    Mr Richard Billham, Green Man, 101 New Bond street
    Mr Alexander Frederick Samuel Bird, India Arms, 118 Beach street, Deal
    Mr George Bird (Steward), Builders Arms, 254 Pentonville road
    Miss Matilda Ann Bird, 751 Old Kent road
    Mrs Sarah Bird, Railway Hotel, Beckenham, Kent
    Mr William Henry Bishop, Kings Arms, 264 Oxford street
    Mrs Emma Bishop, Kings Arms, 264 oxford street
    Mrs Maria Blackney, Ponsonby Arms, Ponsonby place, Millbank
    Mr William Blackwell, City Arms, 22 King street, Aldgate
    Mr Hugh Middleton Bladeley, Crown and Cushion, 31 Parker street, Drury lane
    Mr Thomas Blake, White Horse, 92 Hare street, Bethnal Green
    Mrs Sophia Blaksley, Royal William, Dorset street, Clapham road
    Mrs Ellen Blomfield (per J Blomfield esq, Surgeon), 8 Rye lane, Peckham
    Mr Richard Bloxham, Red Lion, 17 Bevis Marks, St Mary axe
    Mr John George Boncey, Angel, 71 Webber street, Blackfriars road
    Mr John Bonken, White Bear, 1 St George street, Ratcliff
    Mrs Susan Bonken, White Bear, 1 St George street, Ratcliff
    Miss Mary Bonner, White Hart Hotel, 143 High street, Guildford
    Mrs Bottrill, Rydon Arms, 225 New North road
    Miss Susannah Mary Boyd (Daughter of Part Governor), at Marquis Camden, 83 Camden street, Camden Town
    Mr Rickard Boyle, 35 Spencer road, Stoke Newington
    Mr Thomas Brabham, Girauds Hotel, 61 Castle street, Leicester square
    Mr William Branch, British Oak, Old Dover road, Blackheath
    Mr Thomas Bray, Sportsman, 315 City road
    Mr George Brien jun, Plume of Feathers, Park place, Maze hill, Greenwich
    Mr Henry Brierly, Woodman, George street, Crooms hill, Greenwich
    Mr George Briggs, Asylum Tavern, Asylum road, Old Kent road
    Mr Thomas Brinn, Horses and Dorsers, 13 Bread street hill, City
    Mr William Brinn, Coach and Horses, 118 Mount street, Grosvenor square
    Mr Philip Richard Brooks, Lord Palmerston, 3 Randall terrace, Spring grove, Wandsworth road
    Mr Alexander Brown, Sussex Hotel, 21 London street, Paddington
    Mr Frederick Brown (Tobacconist), 7 Laura terrace, Saxon road, Bow
    Mrs Sarah Louisa Brown, at Portman Arms, 34 Great Quebec street, Montagu square
    Mr George Edward Bryan, Beehive, Leadenhall market
    Miss Mary Ann Bryan, Beehive, Leadenhall market
    Mr Edwin Buckland, Sportsman, 11 Southwark Bridge road
    Mr Thomas Budgen, Sugar Loaf, Little College street, Upper Thames street
    Mr George Bull, Goldsmiths Arms, 1 Albion buildings, Bartholomew close
    Mr James Bunce, Artichoke, 33 Church street, Camberwell
    Mr John Buncher, Olive Branch, 223 Grays Inn road
    Miss Emily Edith Burgess (Daughter of Trustee), at Cock, 9 Lower Kennington green
    Mrs Hannah Burn, Woodman, 45 Winchester street, Bethnal Green
    Mr James Burnside, Duke of York, Gloucester street, Clerkenwell
    Mr William Henry Burton (Tobacconist), 2 nelson street, Greenwich
    Mrs Elizabeth Bushnell, Coach and Horses, 21 North street, Westminster
    Mrs Anna Maria Butler, Leather market Tavern, New Weston street, Bermondsey
    Miss Mary Jane Butler, Leather market Tavern, New Weston street, Bermondsey
    Miss Kate Cairn (Daughter of Past Chairman and Steward), at Rising Sun, 130 Princes road, Kennington cross
    Mrs Samuel Charles Cakebread, Golden Heart, Commercial street, Shoreditch
    Mr Thomas Campbell, Oriental Stores, 30 King street, Regent street
    Mr william Campion, Rose, Edmund street, Camberwell
    Mr James Cannell, Riding Master, 2 Tyndale place, Upper street, Islington
    Mrs Carnell (Wife of Steward), Albion, 33 Caledonian road
    Mr John Henry Cartwright (Custom house Agent), 134 Upper Thames street
    Mr William Hollier Castle, Mall tavern, Mall terrace, Kensington gravel pits
    Mr Stephen Castledine, Ship and Pilot, 27 High street, Wapping
    Mr Joseph Catchpole, Sugar Loaf, 41 Great Hermitage street, Wapping
    Mrs Mary Ann Catchpole, Assembly House, 298 Kentish Town road
    Mr George Chamberlain, Victoria Tavern, Grove road, Mile End road
    Mr William Champion, Prince of Wales, Kings road, St Pancras
    Mrs Ameilia Ann Chandler, Chequers, 16 Duke street, St James's
    Miss Caroline Chandler, at White Lion, 44 Vere street, Clare market
    Mr Frederick Chandler, Red Lion, 68 Blackman street, Borough
    Mrs Hannah Elizabeth Chandler, Morden Arms, Brand street, Greenwich
    Mrs Caroline Charker, Griffin, 30 Villiers street, Strand
    Mr William Charlton, Masons Arms, Kensal green
    Mr Julius Chilly, Grosvenor Arms, Lower Belgrave place, Pimlico
    Mr John Chinnery, Castle, 37 City road
    Mrs Elizabeth Sarah Chinnery, Castle, 37 City road
    Mrs Mary Chipperfield, Lord Hill, Westbourne Park place, Westbourne Park
    Henry C Clapham esq (Newcastle on Tyne), to care of John Foster esq, 56 Brook street, Bond street
    Mr John Clark, Heaton Arms, Rye lane, Peckham
    Mr John Henry Clark, White Lion, 6 St Albans place, Haymarket
    Mr George Thomas Clarke, Lilford Arms, Lilford road, Camberwell
    Mr Charles Clayton (Soda Water manufacturer), 42 Rutland street, Pimlico
    Mr Samuel Tarlton Cleaver, Duke of Clarence, Clarence road, Lower Clapton
    Mr John Hope Clement (Steward), Beehive, 23 Carter street, Walworth
    Mr James Y Clipson, Railway Hotel, Putney
    Mr Joseph Clothier, 48 Borough road
    Mr Jezrell Clout, Berkeley Castle, 17 Rahere street, Goswell road
    Mr Thomas Codey (Soda water manufacturer), 45 Upper John street, Fitzroy square
    Mr Sampson Cole, Southampton Arms, Nine Elms, Vauxhall
    Mr Henry Coleman, Duke of York, 4 Lewisham road, Greenwich
    Mr Robert Goldsmith Collier, Duke of York, Salmons lane, Limehouse
    Mr Frederick Collingwood (Trustee), 47 Hollywood road, West Brompton
    Mr Collins, Royal Albert, 20 Prospect place, Woolwich
    Mrs Ann Collins, Lansdowne Music Hall, Islington green
    Mrs Emma Collins, White Horse. 67 Lupus street, Pimlico
    Mr J Collis, Messrs F Symons and Co (Wine Merchants), 64 Lower Thames street
    Mr George Colman (the late), Bulls Head, Clapham Old Town
    Mrs Barbara Colmer, Masons Arms, 109 East street, Walworth
    Mr James Walter Compton, Princess Alexandra, 69 Cornwall road, Westbourne grove
    Mr James Conner, Admiral Hood, 103 Tooley street
    Mr Benjamin Cook (Builder), 4 Salisbury court, Fleet street
    Mr Frederick Cook, Carpenters Arms, 21 Oxford mews, Cambridge square
    Mr Richard Philip Cook (Silversmith), 117 Borough High street
    Mr Benjamin Cooper, Town Arms, 51 Queen street, Gravesend
    Mr Frederick Eden Cooper (Leather Dyer), 29 Crimscott street, Bermondsey
    Mrs Emily Frances Coppinger, Hare and Billet, Grotes place, Blackheath
    Mr John Copson (Steward), Builders Arms, 10 Compton street East, Brunswick square
    Mrs Letitia Cornish, Chalk Farm Tavern, Regents Park road
    Mr Edmund Coste, White Lion, 29 Leather lane
    Mr William Abraham Cousins at Messrs Whitbread and Co (Brewers), Chiswell street, Finsbury
    Mr George Alfred Cozens, Green Man, 37 Berwick street, Soho
    Mr George Crandon (Steward), Two Brewers, 36 Jermyn street, St James's

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