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    Licensed Victuallers Association in 1869 - part 1 of 4

    Licensed Victuallers Asylum and School.

    This is a listing of about 500 Licensed Victualler Asylum and School subscribers. 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 1869 - General Subscriptions

    Subscribers (excluding amounts)

    Licensed Victuallers and others

    Thomas Adams, 5 Tredegar terrace, Bow road
    John Agars (timber broker), St Michaels alley, Cornhill
    Frederick Allen, Ship, Talbot court, Gracechurch street
    David Andrade Esq, 11 Highbury Park west
    John A Archer & Co (cigar manufacturers), 172 Strand
    Mrs Mary Ann Arlett, Richmond Arms, Blundell street, Caledonian road
    Frederick Armitage (Steward), Prince of Wales, 51 St Georges road, Southwark
    Mrs Ann Arnold, Robin Hood, 281 high Holborn
    Thomas Arrowsmith, North Pole, 387 Oxford street
    Mrs Ashdown, to care of Mr Middleton Ashdown, 35 High street, Clapham
    Joseph Avant (Pawnbroker), 114 Fleet street
    Edward Axford, Griffin, Whetstone
    Alfred Ayden (Cordial maker), 27 Gloucester street, Queen square, Bloomsbury
    George Samuel Ayres (Past Governor), Monarch, Hornsey road
    Edward Baker, Royal Cricketers, Old Ford road, Bethnal Green
    John Balcombe (Licensed Victualler), 2 Blenheim street, Oxford street
    Mrs Eliza Ball (wife of Steward), Victoria, 46 Buckingham Palace road
    Ephraim Ball (Steward), Telegraph Hotel, Richmond terrace, Notting hill
    George Ball, Grove Tavern, Grove road, Walthamstow
    Horatio Banan, Nags Head, York road, Battersea
    Alfred Barker, Queens Head, 157 Windmill street, Gravesend
    Elizabeth Barker, Woodville Arms, Mildmay road, Stoke Newington
    Charles Barnard, Fishmongers Arms, St Johns Hill, New Wandsworth
    Walter Hills Barnard, Ram and Teasle, 12 Queens Head lane, Islington
    Thomas Bartlett (Steward), Flying Horse, 29 Wilson street, Finsbury
    Mrs A Bartlett, Flying Horse, 29 Wilson street, Finsbury
    William Bartlett (Stock Broker and Share Dealer), 2 Bucklersbury, City
    George Batters (Sharebroker), 76 Old Broad street
    William Harling Baylis, late of American Stores, 54 & 55 Fenchurch street
    William Beale, Prince Alfred, 267 Walworth road
    Miss Minnie Beard, per T Beard esq, Solicitor, 10 Basinghall street
    Mrs Harriet Bell, Three Nuns, 11 Aldgate
    Mrs Charlotte Bennet (Wife of Past Governor), Cowley Arms, 8 Addison place, Brixton road
    GEorge William Bennett, Bucks Head, Mitcham
    James Bennett (Trustee), Oakley Arms, 22 Hall street, City road

    William Berry, Golden Lion, 25 King street
    Bertram and Roberts, Refreshment department, Crystal Palace
    John Besley, Adelphi Stores, 75 Strand
    Thomas Bigelstone, Sawyers Arms, 20 Marylebone lane
    Mrs Sarah Bird, Railway Hotel, Beckenham, Kent
    B J F, per George Darcy (Governor), Jamaica Coffee house, St Michaels alley, Cornhill
    Alfred Blackmoore (Steward), Grafton Arms, Grafton road, Seven Sisters road
    Thomas Blake, White Horse, 92 Hare street, Bethnal Green
    Edward Blount, Sir Isaac Newton, High street, St Johns Wood
    Thomas Blyth, Black Horse, 11 Queen street, Seven Dials
    E Bond, per Mr Burgess, Cock, 340 Kennington road
    Charles Bowring, Hope Cottage, West green road, Tottenham
    John Boyd (Past Governor and Steward), Marquis Camden, 83 Camden street, Camden Town
    Ellis Brake, Archduke Charles, White Hart street, Lower Kennington lane
    George Bray, Tiger Cat, 23 Prince street, Deptford
    Isaac Brittain, Ship, 68 Borough road
    Andrew Brocholan, Jeffery and Co (Brewers), 20 St Thomas street east, Borough
    Thomas Brooke, Kings Arms, Wood green
    John Brown, Marquis of Cornwallis, 89 Bethnal Green road
    Mrs Brown, Marquis of Cornwallis, 89 Bethnal Green road
    John Brown, Halfway House, 388 Hackney road
    Mr Brown, Beaufoy Arms, Lavender Hill, Wandsworth road
    Master Brown, late at Royal Standard, Stockbridge terrace, Pimlico
    George henry Browning, (Refreshment department), Great Western Railway, Paddington
    Thomas Budgen, Crown, Spa road, Bermondsey
    F R Bullock esq, Acton
    James George Burden, Cross Keys, 58 Theobalds road, Holborn
    Mrs Burne, Queens Head, 178 Hoxton street, Hoxton
    William Burrows, (Gas Lantern Maker), 57 Red Lion street, Clerkenwell
    Mrs Bessie Esther Burry, Lordships larder, 11 Warwick court, Holborn
    Master Edward Bezant Burry, Lordships larder, 11 Warwick court, Holborn
    Miss Marian Esther Burry, Lordships larder, 11 Warwick court, Holborn
    Miss Bessie Emma Burry, Lordships larder, 11 Warwick court, Holborn
    Charles Bush, 412 Kingsland road
    James Butler, Beehive Inn, Boxhill, Surrey
    Thomas Butt, White Lion, 19 Upper Thames street
    Charles Cains, Grove Hotel, Merton, Surrey
    Joseph Calver, Man of Kent, 9 Wrotham road, Gravesend
    Mr Carden at Messrs William Nicholson and Co (Distillers), 191 to 199 St John street
    George Carey, Havelock Arms, 21 Grays Inn road
    Susannah Carman, George, 25 Old Bailey
    Theodore Townsend Castle, Greyhound, Clapham road
    Mrs Mary Ann Catchpole, Assembly House, 298 Kentish Town road
    Thomas cave, Messrs Weston T Tuxford and Co (Wine Merchants), 48 Fenchurch street
    William Chandler (Tobacco Manufacturer), 197 Tooley street
    Henry Chapman, (Share Dealer), 2 Bucklersbury, City
    Thomas Chapman, Bell Inn, Kingston
    William Davies Chapman, Sun, Starch green, Hammersmith
    John Chappell, Britannia, 34 Surrey street, Croydon
    William Charlesworth (Tobacco Manufacturer), 311 and 96 Union street, Borough
    Joseph Chick, Shakespeare, Meyrick road, Battersea
    Mrs Emma Elizabeth Chivers, Myrtle Villa, park road north, Acton
    Arthur Claridge, 3 Claylands terrace, Clapham road
    Frederick Clark, Red Lion, 82 Hoxton street, Hoxton
    Henry Munday Clark (Coppersmith), 38 and 39 Cowcross street
    Joseph Clark, Eight Bells, 347 Mare street, Hackney
    Mrs Jane Clarke, Brookfield Tavern, York road, Highgate New Town
    Thomas William Clarke, Tierney Arms, 64 Edward street, Brighton
    Thomas Clegg, Spaniards Hotel, Upper Heath, Hampstead
    Nathaniel Alfred Clifford, York Hotel, York road, Lambeth
    William Cockburn Cobbin, Elephant and Castle, 11 Oxford Market
    John Cole, George Hotel, Ross, Herefordshire
    John Cole, Torrington Arms, Millwall
    William Coleby, Prince of Orange, High street, Gravesend
    John William Coleman, Ship, Millbank row, Westminster
    Frederick Collingwood (Chairman), Earl of Lonsdale, 16 Archer street, Kensington Park
    Mrs Ann T Collingwood, Earl of Lonsdale, 16 Archer street, Kensington Park
    Thomas Crisp Collingwood, Earl of Lonsdale, 16 Archer street, Kensington Park
    Mrs Caroline Collins, Royal Albert, 20 Prospect place, Woolwich
    George Edwin Collins jun, White Horse, 67 Lupus street, Westminster
    William Connan jun at Messrs Davidson and Co, (Whisky Merchants), Aberdeen
    Charles Congibee, Cat Inn, East Barnet
    George Cook, Star and Garter, Wandsworth
    Mrs Susan Coomber, Roebuck, 348 Kings Road, Chelsea
    Mrs Charlotte Emily Cope, Horse and Groom, 124 Westminster Bridge road
    Mrs Louisa Rebecca Cope, Pine Apple, Westbourne street, Pimlico
    Thomas Cosham, Fountain, 141 Lambeth walk
    Mrs Cosham, Fountain, 141 Lambeth walk
    Robert Stephen Couch, City of London, 338 City road
    Henry Couldery, Bell, Bell green, Lower Sydenham
    H E Cousins at Messrs tetley and Sons (Ale Brewers), Kings road, St Pancras
    Miss Sarah Coventry, Anchor, 261 Strand
    William Cowles, Caledonian Tavern, Stoke Newington road
    George Cox (Steward), Three Horse Shoes, Milford lane, Strand
    James Abraham Cox (Glass manufacturer), Paddington green
    Mrs Jane Coysh, Kensington Park Hotel, Railway Station, Notting Hill
    George Cracknell, Nags Head, 30 Marshall street, Golden Square

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