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    UK Pub history research and London historical street directory

    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 broken, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. OR visit the London pub history directory index pages to which I am rapidly adding links

    Inns, Taverns & Beer Houses in London in the 1848 London Post Office Directory - I.

    The London pub history site in which you will find Licensee information, publicans, beer retailers, bar staff, boarders & lodgers from Census and Trade Directory information. This is the 1848 street directory of these London pubs.

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    Thomas Iles, Three Cranes, 194 Brick Lane, Spitalfields
    James Ilsley, Grapes, 60 Bunhill Row, & 60 Featherstone Street, City Road
    Misses Maria, Agnes & Mary A Ing, Two Blue Posts, 10 Mount Pleasant, Grays Inn Road
    Peter Ing, Essex Head tavern, 40 Essex Street, Strand
    Wm & David Inglis, Blue Last, 55 Dorset Street, Salisbury Square
    Thomas Inglis, Star, 14 Old Bailey
    Mrs Hannah Ingram, Ship, 76 Brunswick Street, Blackwall
    William Inman, Castle tavern, 31 Mark Lane
    James Innes, Queens Arms Hotel, 76 Cheapside
    Wm Inskip, Sash & Cocoa Tree, 4 Whitecross Place, Finsbury
    Thos Instone, Calthorpe Arms, 37 Upper North Place, Grays Inn Road
    James Inwood, City of Carlisle, 61 Rosemary Lane
    James Andrew Inwood, Beer Retailer, 28 East Street, Kennington Road
    Edgar Mortimer Ion, Warwick Arms, 4 Albion Place, Hyde Park
    Mrs Mary Ann Ionn, Three Compasses, 1 Freeschool Street
    Charles Ireland, Falcon, 127 Fetter Lane, Holborn
    George Ireland, Golden Fleece, Mill Lane, Deptford
    Geo Ireland, Old Duke William, 100 Old Gravel lane, Wapping
    Joseph Irish, Cow & Calf, 36 Eastcheap
    William Ironside, Three Kings, Clerkenwell Close
    James Irvine, Castle, 42 Kensington High Street
    Asher Isaacs, Black Lion, 99 Middlesex Street, Whitechapel
    Benj Isaacs, Blue Anchor, 1 Middlesex Street, Whitechapel
    Isaac Isbell, Original Woodman, High Street, Battersea
    James Isherwood, Globe, 53 Regent Street, Lambeth
    Thomas Ivatts, One Tun, 28 Goodge Street, Tottenham Court Road
    Henry Stephen Ives, Globe, 22 Crutchedfriars
    James P Ives, Shard Arms, Bridge Place, Old Kent Road

    And Last updated on: Saturday, 02-May-2015 00:02:07 BST
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