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Licensed Victuallers Association in 1869 - part 3 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

Arthur Lucas Horne, Spotted Dog, Willesden green
Mrs Anne Horne, Spotted Dog, Willesden green
Joseph Horner (Trustee), Percy Arms, Great Percy street, Clerkenwell
John James Hough, Camden Head, 2 Camden street, Islington
Thomas Arthur Howland, Cock, 62 Chalton street, Somers Town
Henry Humphreys, Bull and Bush, North end, Hampstead
Mrs Charlotte Ann Humphreys, Bull and Bush, North end, Hampstead
William Hunt, Queens Head, 50 Theobalds road, Holborn
William John Jackson Hunter, Earl Cathcart, 45 Munster street, Regents park
Richard William Huntley, Pied Bull, Streatham common
Chas Pope Hutchings, Marine Hotel, Hastings
Mrs Sarah Hutchinson (Wife of Steward), Ambassador, York road, Kings Cross
George Ireland, Yorkshire Grey, High street, Stratford
John Jackson, White Hart, 184 New Cross Road
Mrs Elizabeth Jackson, White Hart, 184 New Cross Road
Nicholas Lane Jackson jun, Green Dragon, 102 Fore street, Cripplegate
David Jacobs, Glass Dealer, 33 Haymarket
George James, Torriano Arms, 140 Leighton road, Kentish Town
Robert James, Rochester Castle, High street, Stoke Newington
Mrs Marian Jehu, Wheatsheaf, 365 Oxford street
William Jenkinson, Saddler, 44 London Wall
Henry Johnson, Bricklayers Arms, 4 Elizabeth street, Eaton square
Mrs Johnson, Bricklayers Arms, 4 Elizabeth street, Eaton square
Miss Sarah Johnson, White Lion, 23 Curzon street, Mayfair
George James Jones (Steward), Angel tavern, Islington
James Jones, City Arms Tavern, 6 Blomfield street, Finsbury
Mr J L Jones, Bleeding Hart, Haddon Garden
Thomas Jones (Steward), Roebuck, 200 Hackney road
Walter Jones, Queens Head, 3 Albemarle street, Piccadilly
Mrs Catherine Kavanagh, Lion and French Horn, 5 Pollen street, Hanover square
Jas Chas Kempster, Huntingdon, York
Edward Keymer, Britannia, 212 Kingsland road
Benjamin King, Two Brewers, 13 Buckingham row, Westminster
Henry John King, London Hospital tavern, 209 Whitechapel road
Mr Kipps, London Stores, Wrotham road, Camden Town
James Kitching, (Engineer), 65 Gloucester road, Regents Park
Joseph Knowles, Old Ship Tavern, 6 and 7 Chichester rents, Chancery lane
Chas Lambourn, 7 Essex street, Strand
Geore Nicholls Langley (Ironmonger), 46 Tooley street
John Langston, Red Lion, King street, Golden square
Joseph Latham, Duke of Wellington, 232 High street, Shoreditch
David Lawrence (Timber Merchant), 2 Windmill lane, Lower road, Deptford
Henry Lawrence, Half Moon, Gracechurch street
Montagu Lazarus (Jeweller), 13 Great percy street, Clerkenwell
Miss Janet Leadbetter, late of Apple Tree, 1 Dorrington street, Clerkenwell
Robert George Lemon, Duke of Edinburgh, Kingston road, New Wimbledon
T Levitt, Naden & co (Wine Merchants), St Benet place, Gracechurch street
James Lewis, Jobs Castle, 17 White Lion street, Norton Folegate
George Leybourne, to care of William Holland, Canterbury Music Hall, Upper Marsh, Lambeth
Richard Lill, Crown, New Cross road, Deptford
John Lines, Clyde, 18 Hereford place, Commercial road east
John Linfield, White Hart, 27 Botolph lane
George Robert Linford, (Past Governor and Steward), Alwyne Castle, 83 St Pauls road, Canonbury
Mrs Elizabeth Lloyd (Wife of Steward), Old Leather Bottle, 1 Charles street, Hatton Garden
Mr Henry Lock, Gun Tavern, 117 High street, Shoreditch
William Long, Two Brewers, 112 Goswell road
William Lording, British Oak, Old Dover road, Blackheath
Henry Samuel Love, Burdett Tavern, Burdett road, Limehouse
O H Lovering, 2 Stanhope villas, West green, Tottenham
Chares Lowe, Mitre and Dove, 1 King street, Westminster
William Lowndes, White Hart Hotel, Bromley, Kent
William Luxton, Chamberlain Arms, 12 Noble street, St Lukes
George Lyons, Crown, Trafalgar road, Greenwich
Mrs Lyons, Crown, Trafalgar road, Greenwich
George Mack, Weymouth Arms, Weymouth street, New Kent road
Donald McRae, Agent for Messrs Meiklejohn and Son,(Brewers), Alloa
Charles Madder, Red Cross, 200 High street, Borough
W Makings, John Of Jerusalem, Rosoman street, Clerkenwell
Jas Marks, Mayes villas, Commerce road, Wood Green
Thomas Marnham, 14 College hill, Cannon street
George Laurence Mars, Holly Tree, Jamaica level, Bermondsey
Miss Marian Marshall, White Swan, 8 and 9 Ray street, Clerkenwell
Mrs Elizabeth Martin, Duke of Cumberland, 20 Bryanston street, Bryanstone square
George Martin, Anchor and Hope, 167 Tooley street
John B Martin (Builder), Brownswood Park, stoke Newington
Joseph Job Martin, 93 Clarendon road, Notting hill
Mrs Maria Martins, (Wife of Governor), Prince Albert, 73 Acton street, Kings Cross road
George Masters, Sekforde Arms, 34 Sekforde street, Clerkenwell
Robert Mathison sen, George Inn, Enfield Town
Frederick Matthews (Steward), 37 Westmoreland street, Pimlico
James Mattinson (Ham Dealer), 107 London Wall
Alfred Payne Maynard, Queens Head,York road, Battersea


Joseph Finden Mayo (Biscuit Baker), Tottenham
Richard Mayo (Contractor), Peckford place, Brixton road
John McGlashan, Aitken and Co (Brewers), Dean street, Tooley street
Hugh McIntosh (Surveyor), Vestry Hall, Kennington
John Meadows, Cheshire Cheese, 20 Philips buildings, Somers Town
William Meakin, Red Lion, Princes street, Drury lane
Thomas Meekham (Trustee), 18 Theberton street, Islington
William Mereditch and Sons (Biscuit Bakers), 69 Christian street, Commercial road east
Miss Elizabeth Sophia Ann Miller, late of Royal Six Bells, Merton, Surrey
Thomas Miller (Cabinet Maker), 126 Curtain road, Shoreditch
John Frederick Millis (Son of Steward), at Abingdon Tavern, Newland street, Kensington
J A Mills, Greyhound, Streatham common
William Pontin Mitchell sen, Crown, Jamaica level, Bermondsey
Miss Ann Blinman Monday, Paxton Hotel, Gipsy hill, Norwood
Mrs Emma Lucretia Moore (Wife of Steward), Kings Arms, 190 Fulham road
John Samuel daniel Moore, Crystal Tavern, New road, Rotherhithe
Mrs Elizabeth Morgan, Northumberland Arms, Well street, Hackney
Mr George Cresswell Morgan, Rookery cottages, Ilford
John D Moriarty (Wireworker), 22 Nelson street, Greenwich
Joseph Morris (Butcher), Leadenhall Market
Morris, Stone, Towson and Morris (Solicitors), 5 Finsbury circus
George Morrison, Magpie and Stump, 36 Fetter lane
Richard Morrison, at C Curtis Esq, 86 Mile end road
Thomas Morton, St Bartholomews Hospital, Smithfield
Thomas George Mulcock, 1 Gravel lane, Southwark
Miss Emma Murphy, at Royal Sovereign, Park street, Limehouse
William C Nevett, at Sir Henry Meux and Cos (Brewers), Tottenham Court road
John Newman, Two Beehives, 8 Dunstan street, Kingsland road
John Frederick Newman, Devonshire Castle, 76 Devonshire road, Holloway
Mr Nicholson, Oxford Arms, 33 Clapham Park road
Miss Susannah Mary Ann Norden (Daughter of Steward), Elgin Arms, Elgin road, Notting Hill
Francis Northcote (Cigar Manufacturer), 1 Pentonville road
James Oddy, Seven Sisters Tavern, Page green, Tottenham
Jas Oldfield (Steward), Woods tavern, Gilberts passage, Lincolns Inn fields
William Follett Osborn, Castle Tavern, Barking road, Plaistow
Mrs Caroline Ovenden, Tigers Head, Lee green, Kent
George Page, Swan and Hoop, 28 Pavement, Finsbury
William Jas Page, Tufnell Arms, Tufnel Park road
Mrs Emma Pallett, Melbourne Arms, Sandy hill, Plumstead
John Palmer, Morpeth Arms, 12 Ponsonby street, Millbank
Joseph Parker, Prince of Wales, Spring place, Wandsworth road
Mr H H Partridge, ro care of George Darcy (Governor), Jamaica Coffee house, St Michaels alley, Cornhill
Thomas Patrick, Angel, 73 City road



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