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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

    Here is the entire listing of the Public Houses as recorded in London in the 1851 London Kellys Directory.

    By visiting the relevant public House, you will find Licensee information, bar staff, boarders & lodgers from Census and Trade Directory information. New London Public Houses, are being added every day. Do not forget that this site gets better with your input, please email me with updates and additions,

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    Edward Racine, Hope & Anchor, Shadwell Dock Street
    Thomas Rack, Kings Head & Lamb, 51 Upper Thames Street
    William Rackstraw, Gun Tavern, 12 Stafford Row, Pimlico
    George Radley, Radleys Hotel, 10 & 11 New Bridge Street
    Mrs Mary Raffe, Needlemakers Arms, 23 Dalgleish Street, Commercial Road
    William Ralph, St Georges, 23 Lambeth Road
    George Ramage, India House Tavern, Blackwall Stairs
    William Thomas Ramage, Torrington Arms, Millwall
    William Ramsell, Three Tuns, Deptford Pier
    Isaac Ramsey, Prince of Wales, South Grove, Mile End
    James Rance, City Arms, 31 Great Tower Street
    George Randall, Acorn, Trinity Street, Rotherhithe
    George Randall, Smiths Arms, 93 New Park Street, Borough
    Stephen Randall, Kings Head, 1 Orchard Place, Kingsland Road
    Thos Hen Randall, Two Brewers, 45 Strutton Ground, Westminster
    William Randall, Lion & Key, 55 Lower Thames Street
    Jim Randell, Two Brewers, 22 Brick Street, Park lane
    George Rands, Adam & Eve, 209 hoxton High Street
    John Ransom, Three Swedish Crowns, 25 Old Gravel lane, Wapping
    John Lewis Rapp, Rapps Family Hotel, 23 Golden Square
    Matthew Ratcliff, Nags Head, New street, Princes Street, lambeth
    Thomas Ratcliffe, Swan, Uxbridge Road, Bayswater
    William Ratcliffe, Allsop House, 44 Allsop Terrace, New Road
    Nicholas Rattenbury, Halfway House, Blue Anchor Road
    James Raven, Hour Glass, 89 Upper Thames Street
    Thomas Rawbone, Castle, 1 Albion Place, Holloway Road
    William Chapman Rawley, Bell, 40 Great Tower Street, City
    Henry Ray, Lamb, 20 Houghton Street, Clare Market
    Jonathan Rayment, Bedford Arms, 79 Wapping Wall
    John Raymond, White Bear, Ratcliff Cross
    Sam Rayner, Empress of Russia, 1 Owens Row, St John Street Road
    George & Archibald Read, Kings Arms, 33 Princes Street, Lambeth
    Mrs Ann Read, Sir R Abercrombie, 13 Charles Street, Hatton garden
    Mrs Emma Read, Kings Arms, 14 Craven Buildings, City Road
    John Read, Bull & Mouth, 31 hart Street, Bloomsbury
    John William Read, White Conduit House tavern, 1 Queens Terrace, Pentonville
    Joseph Read, beer retailer, Bromley
    Thomas Read, Kings Head, 4 James Street, Buckingham Gate
    Mrs Elizh Reader, Crown Tavern, 7 Bow Lane, Cheapside
    Mrs Catherine Rebbeck, Coopers Arms, 121 Great Saffron Hill
    William Rebbeck, Golden Anchor, 59 Great Saffron Hill
    Thomas Hen Record, Swallow Galley, 143 Rotherhithe Street
    Francis Redmond jun, Lord Wellington, 31 University Street
    Francis Redmond sen, Swiss Cottage Tavern, Finchley New Road
    John Redulius, King & Queen, 75 Three Colt Street, Limehouse
    John Reed, Stamford Arms, 30 Stamford Street, Blackfriars
    Robert Reed, Anchor & hope, 35 Southampton Street, Camberwell
    Mrs Mary Reeder, beer retailer, 81 East Street, Manchester Square
    James Rees, Champion, 1 Wellington Terrace, Kensington gravel pits
    John William Reeve, Bell Inn, Newgate Market
    William Reeve, Bridport Arms, 84 Harrison Street, Grays Inn Road
    William Reeve, Kings Head, Stratford Broadway
    Miss Frances Reeves, beer shop, 21 Arlington Street, Camden Town
    George Reeves, Hercules Tavern, 119 Leadenhall Street
    George Reeves, Horse & Groom, 3 Turnmill Street, Clerkenwell
    Mrs Jane Reeves, White Hart, 89 Whitechapel High Street
    Henry Rehbein, Leopard Coffee Rooms, 30 Warwick lane, City
    Archibald Reid, St George, 104 Blackman street, Borough
    James Reid, Railway Tavern, 125 Fenchurch Street
    Thomas Reid, Bricklayers Arms, 63 Charlotte street, Old Street Road
    John Reilly, Kings Head, 35 Crown Street, Soho
    Michael Reilly, Blue Post, 6 Tottenham Court Road
    Richard Reis, Rose & French Horn, 58 Wood Street, Cheapside
    Isaiah Relph, George IV, 28 Edward Street, Regents Park
    Mrs Sarah Remnant, Grapes, 30 Thomas Street, Horselydown
    John Renard, Simon the tanner, 19 Long lane, bermondsey
    Henry Rennaud, Limmers Hotel, 1 George Street, Hanover Square
    John Fk Rennison, Prince Albert, 5 Conduit Street, Paddington
    Thomas Rennison, Ben Jonson, Harrow Road, Paddington
    Charles Rennoldson, Coach & Horses, 29 Ray Street, Clerkenwell
    Charles Renwick, Angel, Stratford Broadway
    Wm Renwick, Spread Eagle, 13 Limehouse Cuseway
    Charles Reynolds, Duke of York, 1 & 2 Commercial Place, York Road, lambeth
    George Frederick Reynolds, Wreken tavern, 22 Broad Court, Bow Street
    Joseph Reynolds, Kings Arms, 82 Tottenham Court Road
    Mrs Susanah Reynolds, Carved Red lion, i Lower Street, Islington
    William Reynolds, Clarendon, Clarendon Road, Notting Hill
    Joseph J Reys, Rose & Punch Bowl, 4 Redmans Row, Stepney
    Philip A Rheinlander, Albion, Albion Street, Rotherhithe
    Mrs Mary Rhodes, Coal Hole tavern, Fountain Court, Strand
    Mrs Mary Ann Rhodes, Cider Cellar, 20 & 21 Maiden Lane, Covent Garden
    William Rhodes, Fox & Hounds, 264 Tottenham Court Road
     

    And Last updated on: Thursday, 08-Mar-2018 23:37:25 GMT
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