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    Search the historical London street directory, pub history site and World War One records of gallantry and casualties by surname, street or pub name; including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This site justs get more interesting.

    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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    Mrs Martha Yardley. Duke of Gloucester, 4 Gloucester Terrace, Hoxton
    Samuel Yardley, Bucks Head, 12 James Street, Bethnal Green
    William Yardley, Coopers Arms, 24 Tower Street, Westminster Road
    Joseph Yates, Guy Earl of Warwick, 4 Chrisp Street, East India Road
    Hen Yearwood, Kentish Drovers, Warlters buildings, Old Kent Road
    Robert Nicholas Yems, Earl Grey, 1 Arthur Street, Knightsbridge
    Robert Thomas Yems, Castle, High Street, Battersea
    Peter John Yetton, Rising Sun, 1 Portman Place, Globe Road
    Thomas Youens, Duke of Cumberland, 20 Bryanstone Street
    Charles Young, Jamaica, Cherry Garden Street, Rotherhithe
    Charles Young, Queens Arms, 10 Red Lion Passage, Holborn
    Edmund James Young, Anchor Tap, 28 Horselydown Lane
    Frederick Young, George & Dragon, 121 Vauxhall Street, Lambeth
    George Young, beer retailer, 35 Pancras Place, Pancras Road
    George Young, Blue Post, 25 Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square
    George Young, Roebuck, 198 Tottenham Court Road
    James Young, George & Dragon, 13 Buckingham Place, Fitzroy Square
    James Young, Roebuck, 48 Duke Street, Aldgate
    John Young, John of Jerusalem, 1 Rosoman Street, Clerkenwell
    John Young, Royal Oak, 34 Galway Street, St Lukes
    John Young, Windmill, 62 Charlotte Terrace, New Cut, Lambeth
    Robert Magson Young, Harrow, 64 Compton Street, Clerkenwell
    Thomas A Young, Prince of Wales, 6 Exeter Street, Chelsea
    Thomas Fras Young, Phoenix, 19 Princes Street, Cavendish Square
    William Young, Albion, 7 Vernon Place, Bloomsbury Square
    William Young, Artillery Arms, 1 Rochester Terrace, Westminster
    William Young, White Horse, 33 High Street, Bow
    William E Young, Princes Head, 24 Princes Street, Westminster
    James Younger, Old Baptists Head, 30 St Johns Lane
    William Henry Younger, Victoria, 247 Strand
    Thomas Younghusband, Gerards Hall Tavern, 2 Basing Lane

    And Last updated on: Saturday, 16-May-2015 14:02:29 BST
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