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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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    Ephraim Uffindell, Adam & Ee, Abbey, Stratford
    Edward Jas Ulph, Archduke Charles, White Hart Street, Nennington Lane
    Elisha Underwood, beer retailer, 10 Princes Street, Westminster
    Chas T Upcott, Angel & Crown, 23 Gloucester Street, Bloomsbury
    Thos Dixon Usher, Moulds Hotel, 15 & 16 Great Suffolk Street, pall Mall east
    John Utley, Bedfords Head, 161 Kent Street, Borough & Eltham Placem Kent Street, Borough

    Peter Vagts, Chequers, 13 Providence Row, Finsbury
    Mrs Ann Vale, Old Black Bull, Stratford Broadway
    Chas Vandersteen, Two Bells, 7 Whitechapel Road
    Stephen Vanier, Carved Lion, 30 South Street, South Audley Street
    James Varney, King William IV, Thames Bank, Pimlico
    Charles James Vaughan, George IV, 12 New Street, Cloth fair
    Mrs Jane Vaughan, Lord Wellington, Pleasant Row, Old Kent Road
    Richard Venes, Nags Head, 30 Marshall Street, Golden Square
    Verey & Dance, Stewarts Arms, 11 Norland Road, Notting Hill
    Geo Verey, sir Isaac Newton, 1 Bentinck place, Portland Town
    James Verey, Duke of Clarence, 19 Munster Street, Regents Park
    John Verey, Castle, 35 Shouldham Street, Edgware Road
    Joseph Verey, Rose & Crown, 9 Clipstone Street, Fitzroy Square
    Thos Verey, Richmond Arms, 48 Richmond Street, Edgware Road
    Geo Joseph Vernon, beer retailer, 1 Wellington Place, West India Dock Road
    Thos Vernon, Green Man, 37 Featherstone Street, City Road
    William Vernon, Coach & Horses, Northumberland Alley, Fenchurch Street
    William Vernon, Coach & Horses, Stratford Broadway
    Edmund Vialls, Hope coffee rooms, 41 Fore street, Cripplegate
    Mrs Eleanor Vials, Sun, 7 Upper Lisson Street, Lisson Grove
    James Vickers, Chapter coffee rooms, 77 Houndsditch
    Henry Vickress, Wellington Hotel, 351 Strand
    James Vickress, Eight Bells, Church Street, Hackney
    Thomas Vickress, Grapes, 45 & 48 Aldersgate Street
    William Vickress, Rodney, 11 Bridge Road, Lambeth
    Jethro Viel, Kings Head, 6 King Street, Hoxton Square
    Jethro Viel jun, Cock & Hoop, Church Street, Mile End New Town
    George Vile, Box Tree, 5 Gravel Lane, Houndsditch
    Wm Vinall, Adelaide Tavern, Haverstock Hill, Hampstead
    William Vince, City Arms, 1 Ord Street, Millwall
    William Vince, George, High Street, Newington Butts
    Henry Vincent, Green Dragon, 40 Maddox Street, Regent Street
    James Vincent, Ship, Church Street, Hackney
    Thomas Vincent, Sun & Half Moon, 35 Broad Street, London Docks
    Edward Vincer, Duchess of Kent, 67 Deverill Street, Dover Road
    Francis Vine, Plough, 40 Rupert Street, Haymarket
    Charles Viner, ordnance Arms, 8 Ordnance Road, St Johns Wood
    Mrs Hannah Virgint, beer retailer, 5 St Peters terracen Hatton Wall
    Christopher Vitty, beer retailer, 5 Aylesbury Place, Old Kent Road
    James Vivian, Blue Anchor, 47 Farringdon Street
    John Vivian, Globe, 82 Lisson Grove north
    John Voller, White Hart, 49 St Clements Lane, Strand
    Mrs Sarah Voller, beer retailer, 26 Crombies Rowm Commercial Road east
    Henry Vollum, Tiger, Camberwell Green
    Thomas Vooght, Blue Posts, 7 Holborn Bars
    Hen John Vousley, King of Denmark, 9 Denmark Terrace, Islington


     

    And Last updated on: Saturday, 20-Jun-2015 16:43:37 BST
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