UK Pub History in London and the Home counties

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

Transcribed by Janis Currie

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World's End H. G FARR, Tilbury fort, West Tilbury
Wrestlers, E HUGHES, North road, Hatfield
Wrestlers, G WORSTER, Aldenham wood, Aldenham
Wyndham Arms, W JENNINGS, Rogate, Petersfield
Yacht, W FOWNES, Erith, Dartford
Yacht, Mrs. A PHILLIPS, Crane street, East Greenwich
Yarmouth Packet, H WEST, 180 Beach street, Deal
Yeomans, T MORLAND, Dunks green, Shipborne, Sevenoaks
Yew Tree, J BRIGGS, Reigate hill, Reigate
Yew Tree, J LAURENCE, Furneux Pelham, Buntingford
Yew Tree, J SIMMONDS, Chalvington, Hurst green
York, F ATWOOD, Duke street, Margate
York, T COUSSENS, 2 York place, Hastings
York, C GRAY, High street, Bognor
York, James HAYTER, York buildings, facing the railway station, Hastings
York, J. F LUCY, Watts terrace, Chatham
Yorkshire Grey, B BEARD, Robins bridge road, Coggeshall
Yorkshire Grey Mrs. A BELSEY, Brentwood
Yorkshire Grey J COWLAND, High street, Stratford
Yorkshire Grey, G KENNEDY, 21 Blackheath hill, Greenwich
Yorkshire Grey, J NEAL, Hampstead
Yorkshire Grey, J NOTMAN, Maryland point, Stratford
Yorkshire Stingo, J. T ODDY, 61 Western road, Brighton
Ypres Castle, W WATSON, Cliff cottages, Rye


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