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    Licensed Victuallers Association in 1869 - part 2 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

    Mrs Eliza Matilda Creasy, late of Duke of Wellington, St James's road, Holloway
    Thomas Jas Cribb, Crown and Sceptre, Streatham hill
    Harry Clarence Palmer Curtis (nephew of Thomas Brown, past Governor), Red Lion, 24 Batty street, Commercial road east
    William Dakin, 5 Upper Guildford street, Caledonian road
    George Darcy (Governor), Jamaica coffee house, St Michaels alley, Cornhill
    John Davies (Chimney Sweep), Pomeroy street, New Cross
    Henry Davis, Eagle, Chestnut road, Tottenham
    John Day (Governor), St Johns Tavern, 29 St Johns Wood road
    Fred John Deacon, George, Glengall road, Cubitt Town
    William Deacon, Prince of Wales, 15 York street, Westminster
    John Delves, Newcastle Arms, Millwall, Poplar
    William Dent, Princess of Wales, 17 South street, Walworth
    Henry Denyer, Grosvenor Arms, 103 Page street, Westminster
    James Deverall, Barley Mow, 50 Long lane, Smithfield
    Alfred Dickinson (Past Chairman and Steward), Green Dragon, 56 and 57 Fleet street
    Jas Doble, White Swan, 14 Vauxhall Bridge road
    Henry Doughton, Nuns Head, Nunhead green, Peckham
    Messrs Drew and Sons (Biscuit Bakers), 165 - 167 High street, Shadwell
    Lear J Drew (Biscuit Bakers), 165 - 167 High street, Shadwell
    Master William Godson Drew (Biscuit Bakers), 165 - 167 High street, Shadwell
    Edwin Druller, Brewers Arms, Morgans lane, Tooley street
    William Henry Dumbrill, late of Artillery Arms, 102 Bunhill row
    Richard Dunn (Steward)m Adam and Eve, 66 St John street road
    William Dunn (Gasfitter), 45 Walworth road
    Thomas Samuel Eade (Tailor), 168 Pentonville road
    Jas Hy Edmonds, Kings Arms, 230 Mile End road
    Alfred Elliott, Royal Standard, Stockbridge terrace, Pimlico
    Henry Ellis, Three Compasses, 1 Brick lane, Spitalfields
    Mrs Mary Ellis, Three Compasses, 1 Brick lane, Spitalfields

    Jas Ellis, Canterbury Music Hall, Upper Marsh, Lambeth
    Josh Ellis, Kings Arms, 263 Kentish Town road
    William Henry Ellis, Old Star, Calvert street, Wapping
    James Elms, Inverness Arms, 27 Inverness place, Plumstead
    Thomas Elsey, Fox and Crown, West hill, Highgate
    Thomas Elworthy sen, Bell, 3 Lower Thames street
    Mrs J Evans, Star and Garter, 539 Kingsland road
    Henry Everson, Spotted Dog, Cirencester street, Harrow road
    William Fairchild (Grocer), 77 Bishopsgate street Without
    James Fell, Morning Advertiser Office, 127 Fleet street
    Jas Field, Queen Adelaide, Wandsworth
    Leonard Field, Princess of Wales, York road, Wandsworth
    Henry Hobson Finch, Alexandra Hotel, Broadway, Grove street, South Hackney
    Miss Emily Fisher, Refreshment department, Victoria Station, Pimlico
    Miss Edith Fisk, St James's Hotel, German place, Brighton
    Josh Fitch, Old Kings Arms, 188 Grays Inn road
    William Fitch, Halfway House, 50 Webber street, Blackfriars
    Thomas Foster, Camberwell Arms, Kimpton road, Camberwell
    Gilbert Fownes, Monsell Arms, Wimbledon
    Frederick Fox, Euston Tavern, 73 Euston road
    George Francis, Railway Hotel, High street, Clapham road
    William L Fraser, White Swan, 125 Caledonian road
    Mr H Freer, Hooperand Sons, Wine Merchants, Queenhithe
    A friend, per Mr James Bennett (Governor), Oakley Arms, 22 Hall street, City road
    A Friend, per Mr James Forster, Railway Tavern, London street, Fenchurch street
    Fryer and Coultman Tobacco Manufacturers, 2 and 3 West Smithfield
    Isaac S Gadsby, Clarence Tavern, Seven Sisters road
    Philip Garrard, Ram Inn, 14 High street, Guildford
    Francis Chapman Garrett (Steward), Shaftesbury Tavern, Hornsey rise
    William C Garrett, Parrs Head, 73 King street, Camden Town
    Mrs Elizabeth Susannah Geach, Welsh Harp, 47 Chandos street, Strand
    Henry Geddes, Guilder and Decorator, 119
    Salisbury square, Fleet streeet
    James George, Neptune, Creek street, Deptford
    Gerardin and Watson, Pewterers, 43 Poland street, Oxford street
    Mr Germany, at Messrs William Younger & Cos, Brewers (Edinburgh), Belvedere road, Lambeth
    Edwin David Gilbert, Cannon, 80 Queen street, Hammersmith
    George Gill, Rising Sun, Hanworth road, Hounslow
    Mr Gillham, Spread Eagle, 2 Stockwell street, Greenwich
    William Godfrey, Duke of Wellington, 41 Spring gardens
    Richard Godsell, Coach and Horses, Stone bridge, Willesden
    Charles Golding, Railway Hotel, Haywards Heath, Sussex
    James Goodchild, Victoria, Ealing green, Ealing
    George and Samuel Goodes, Tobacco Manufacturers, 131 Shoreditch
    Chas Goodridge, Sail Maker, Glasshouse street, East Smithfield
    Frederick Goodwin, Fountain, 88 Shoreditch
    Frederick Gordon, Restaraunt, Crosby Hall, Bishopsgate street
    Charles Thomas Gosheron, Hutchinsons Arms, Devonport street, Commercial road east
    Thomas Goswell, Belvedere Tavern, Penton street, Pentonville
    Jeremial Gough, Old Parrs Head, 166 Aldersgate street
    Mrs Grant, Horselydown, 18 Fair street, Horselydown
    George Green, Montpelier, 38 Montpelier row, Brompton
    George Green, George the Third, 104 High street, Wandsworth
    John Grieve, St James's Restaurant, 69 and 71 Regent street
    Henry Grimsdell (Past Chairman), Devonshire House, Seven Sisters road
    William Guest (Steward), Ranelagh Arms, Roman road, Old Ford
    Edwin Haigh, Johnson Arms, Johnson street, Notting Hill
    Charles William halford, Cigar merchant, 31 Cranbourn street, Leicester square
    George David Hall, Bagnigge Wells tavern, 39 Kings Cross road
    Mrs Lucy Hall (Wife of Steward), White Hart, Merton, Surrey
    Mrs Hallett (Wife of Steward), Mitre, 125 Chancery lane
    Mrs Sarah Hammond, Fountain, Jamaica street, Stepney
    Mr T Handley, Canteen, Vicarage road, West Ham
    George Hardley, Apple Tree and Mitre, Cursitor street, Chancery lane
    Mr Harper, Compasses, Lower Marsh, Lambeth
    Mrs Louisa Harris (Wife of Past Trustee), 8 Ramsfort place, Plough road, Rotherhithe
    Mrs Ann Harrison (Wife of Past Governor and Steward), Gun, 125 Lupus street, Pimlico
    Francis Hatswell, Agricultural Arms, Cloudesley place, Islington
    Charles Hatt, White Hart, Grove street, Deptford
    Mrs Elizabeth Hawes, Sunderland Arms, 25 Sackville street, Piccadilly
    William Hawtrey (Deputy etc), 35 Cannon street
    Hy Hays, Brass Finisher, 190 St John street
    Cyrus Hayley, Vernons Head, 32 North Audley street, Grosvenor square
    John Headon, Western Counties Hotel, 8 London street, Paddington
    Mrs Headon, Western Counties Hotel, 8 London street, Paddington
    John Heather, City of Norwich, 18 Norfolk street, Park lane
    Mr Edmund Helling, 12 Woodstock street, Oxford street
    John Helsdon, Golden Lion, 1 Britannia street, Kings Cross road
    Mr Henty (Secretary to the United Cooks Pension Society), 9 Dyers buildings, Holborn
    Hemdan Higgs, Telegraph, 236 Evelyn street
    George Hilliar, Sir Sidney Smith, 26 Chester street, Kennington
    John Hine, Old Pied Bull, 100 Upper street, Islington
    William Hiscock, Albion, York road, Kings Cross
    Hy Hocking, Lads of the Village, Charlton, Kent
    George Alfred Hodges, Cock and Woolpack, Finch lane, Cornhill
    James Hodges, Abbey Tavern, 8 Violet hill, St Johns Wood
    William Holland, Canterbury Music Hall, Upper Marsh, Lambeth
    Mrs Mary Holland, Canterbury Music Hall, Upper Marsh, Lambeth
    Charles Holland, Canterbury Music Hall, Upper Marsh, Lambeth
    Henry Hollyman (Steward), Greyhound, 9 Henrietta street, Brunswick square
    Richard Hollyman (Steward), Nags Head, Holloway Terrace, Holloway
    Richard Hollyman (Pawnbroker), High street, Lewes, Sussex
    Robert Hollyman, Eight Bells, 347 Mare street, Hackney
    Mrs Sarah Hollyman, 1 Medina place, Seven Sisters road
    Thomas Hollyman (Governor), White conduit House, 14 Barnsbury road
    George Hopkins, Old Axe, 69 Hackney road

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