UK Pub History in London and the Home counties

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The Essex, Herts, Kent & Sussex 1855 Publican Directory.

Transcribed by Raewyn Winks

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Northumberland Arms, I Francis, Northumberland Park, Tottenham
Northumberland Arms, J Griffin, Square, Isleworth
Nun's Head, A Day, Nunhead, Peckham


Oak, Mrs S Brazier, Hempstead, Braintree
Oak, J Perry, Amwell End, Ware
Oak, W Sandford, Hazeleigh, Maldon
Oak & Ivy, C Brissenden, Upper Stone Street, Maidstone
Od Fellows' Arms, R Alsworth, Minster, Queenborough
Odd Fellows' Arms, Mrs E Forbes, St Peter's Place, Canterbury
Odd Fellows' Arms, J D Neal, Radnor Street, Folkestone
Old Amsterdam, J Jessup, 6 East Street, Gravesend
Old Barge House, J Thorn, North Woolwich, Woolwich
Old Beef Steak House, J Beckingham, Shorne, Gravesend
Old Bell, W Collins, Barnet Gate, Barnet
Old Bell, T Cooper, Sawbridgeworth
Old Bell, Mrs A Moss, Standon, Ware
Old Bell, G Munt, Ardeley, Buntingford
Old Bell, Mrs E Paine, High Street, Rye
Old Bell, S Soman, Burham, Rochester
Old Blacksmiths' Arms, P Hills, Caterham, Croydon
Old Boot, J Anderson, Edgeware
Old Boot, J Boarder, Sarratt
Old Bull, Mrs E Godfrey, High Street, Barnet
Old Bull, Mrs A Vale, Broadway, Stratford
Old City of Canterbury, W Hogwood, Dover St, Canterbury

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