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    Search the historical London street directory, and London pub history site including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This search engine is not brilliant, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. Searches on people names do appear to work, I think. Let me know!

    The London 1839 Public House & Publican Directory - as listed in LONDON 1839 Pigots Directory - J.

    A listing of the Public Houses, Publicans and Public House address in 1839

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    Jack of Newberry, Coman Geo, 25 Chiswell Street
    Jacobs Well, Bond George, New Inn Yard, Shoreditch
    Jacobs Well, Feran & Fitzpatrick, 13 Charles Street, Manchester square
    Jacobs Well, Jones William, 23 Wells Street, Mile End
    Jacobs Well, Noquet Isaac, 62 Church Street, Shoreditch
    Jacobs Well, Stratford Jacob, 15 Upper Ground Street
    Jacobs Well, Vandersteen Wm, 65 Milton Street, Forest
    Jamaica Tavern, Brewster R, Jamaica Level
    Jane Shore, Golding H, 103 Shoreditch
    Jews Harp, Smith Keable, 1 Edward Street, Cumberland Market
    Jobs Castle, Lisinea Ann, Chapel Yard, Norton Folgate
    John Bull, Abbott Chs Jos, Tyer Street, Lambeth
    John of Jerusalem, Giles Sophia, 1 Rosamon Street, Clerkenwell
    John O'Gaunt, Tucker Peter, 52 Duke Street, Lincolns Inn
    John O'Groat, Benton William, 24 Gray Street, Blackfriars Road
    John O'Groats, Gregory George William, 61 Rupert Street
    Joiners Arms, Chisnell Mary, Camberwell Green
    Joiners Arms, Lane Jane, Deans Place, Westminster
    Jolly Angler, Norris Timothy, Chapel Row, Kentish Town
    Jolly Anglers, Wright John, 42 Bath Street, St Lukes
    Jolly Caulkers, Worrall Robert, Deptford Lower Road
    Jolly Coopers, Ashley T, Shorts Buildings, Clerkenwell Close
    Jolly Farmers, Rowe William, 58 Cumberland Market
    Jolly Gardeners, Seaward Jas, Cobourg Street, Euston Square
    Jolly Miller, Peacock Benjamin, 51 Millbank Street, Westminster
    Jolly Miller, Richardson William Beecham, Webber Row, New Cut
    Jolly Sailor, Brown Richard, 10 Peters Hill, Doctors Commons
    Jolly Sailor, Brown William, Back Road, Shadwell
    Jolly Sailor, Hagen Francis, 182 Ratcliff Highway
    Jolly Sailor, Whayman Richard, Deptford Lower Road
    Jolly Waterman, Sampson Richard, 23 Rotherhithe Street
    Jolly Weavers, Meguin Charlotte, Wheeler Street, Spitalfields
    Jubile, Fisher Chas, 3 Gee Street, Somerstown

    And Last updated on: Friday, 02-Feb-2018 01:09:32 GMT
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