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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 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!

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

    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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    Robert Oakden, Marquis of Granby, 19 West Street, Seven Dials
    Robert Oakes, Hour Glass, 89 Upper Thames Street
    Nicholas O'Brien, Fountain, 9 King Street, Seven Dials
    Daniel O'Connell, Yorkshire Grey, 3 Great White Lion Street. Seven Dials
    Aaron Odam, Beer Retailer, Lower Vale Place, Kennington
    Richard Oddy, Queen Adelaide, 9 Ivy Lane, Hoxton
    James Odell, Saracens Head Tavern, 5 Aldgate
    Chas Hen Offley, Offleys Tavern, 23 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden
    Thomas Offlow, Royal George, New Street, Kennington Road
    Edmund Ogle, Pitts Head, Brunswick Mews, Cumberland Street
    Michael O'Keefe, Beer Retailer, Pomeroy Street, Old Kent Road
    Mrs Mary Okey, Blue Cross coffee rooms, 20 Newgate Market
    Nath Fred Okey, Hero of Waterloo, 56 Basing Place, Waterloo Road
    Mrs Ann Oldaker, Kings Head, 42 Threadneedle Street
    Thomas Oldbury, Hand & Racket, 21 Whitcomb Street
    David Oliver, Load of Hay, 62 Praed Street, Paddington
    Miss Emily Oliver, Beer Retailer, 65 Seymour Street, Euston Square
    Hen Wm Oliver, Duke of Clarence, Penton Place, Walworth
    Matthew Oliver, Portugal Hotel, 154 & 155 Fleet Street
    Matthew Oliver, Portugal Tap, 9 Bolt Court, Fleet Street
    Thomas Oliver, Drummond Arms, 35 Drummond Street
    William Oliver, Crown, Spa Road, Bermondsey
    William Oliver, Rose, 15 & 16 Great Wild Street, Drury Lane
    Philip Olley, Beer Retailer, 23 Great James Street, Lisson Grove
    Thomas Olley, Fishing Smack, King Street, Deptford
    Thomas Olney, Silver Cup, 51 Cromer Street, Brunswick Square
    Thomas Ongley, Cock, Camberwell Green
    Joseph Orange, Beer Retailer, 7 Yardley Street, Clerkenwell
    Culbert Orme, Ben Jonson, 24 Great Wild Street, Drury Lane
    Mrs Ellen Orpwood, Gun, Hermitage Stairs
    Samuel Orriss, Beer Retailer, 15 Curtain Road, Shoreditch
    Louis Ortner, Coach & Horse, 16 Conduit Street, Bond Street
    Henry Osborn, Beer Retailer, 3 Pitmans Buildings, St Lukes
    Thomas Osborn, Beer Retailer, 2 Back Street, Horselydown
    Thomas Osborn, Grapes, 52 Haymarket
    William Osborn, University Hotel, 29 Grafton Street east
    George Osborne, York Minster, 49 Dean Street, Soho
    John Osmond, Exeter coffee rooms, 87 Strand
    Mrs Maria Osmond, Beer Retailer, 44 James Street, Manchester Square
    Mrs Elizabeth Ost, Prince Regent, 20 North Street, Walworth
    William Ottley, Ottleys Tavern, 48 Coleman Street
    George Oughton, Beer Retailer, Ferry Road west, Poplar
    Henry John Overton, Three Cups, High Street, Bow
    Abraham Owen, Grapes, 110 Fore Street, Cripplegate
    John Owen, Crown & Apple Tree, 37 Berwick Street, Soho
    Owen Owen, Beer Retailer, 15 Chapel Street, Pentonville
    Thomas Owen, Sebright Arms, Hill Street, Hackney Road
    Thomas Owen, Victory, 27 edmund Street, Kings Cross
    Joseph Owens, William the Fourth, 1 Vaughan Terrace, City Road
    Lake Owens, Beer Retailer, Back Road, Kingsland
    William Owers, Beer Retailer, 52 York Street, Westminster
    Daniel Oxford, Fishing Smack, Stowage, deptford

    And Last updated on: Wednesday, 22-Nov-2017 20:12:05 GMT
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