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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

    The London 1891 Public House & Publican Directory.

    This is a listing from the Public Houses section of the UK London Post Office Directory in 1891; it lists an alphabetical listing of these
    Public Houses in London, and the Publicans.

    Index 

    Yarmouth Arms, George Hughes, 88 Lower Thames street E C
    Ye Old Bell Tavern, James Joseph Hodges, Addle hill, Doctors commons E C
    Ye Old Cheshire Cheese, Bernard Norman, 23 Addle street, Wood street E C
    Ye Old Compasses, Charles Harrison, 345 Rotherhithe street S E
    Ye OldGreyhound, William Walker, 43 Milton street E C
    Yeoman, Robert John Elms, 63 Chilton street, Rotherhithe S E
    York, Robert Forbes, 59 Bromley road, Nottng hill W
    York & Albany Hotel, Frederick John Holden, Gloucester gate N W
    York Arms, George Keys, 52 Curzon street, Mayfair W
    York Hotel, Archibald Frew, 82 Islington High street N
    York Hotel, Nathaniel George Wakley, 1, 3 & 5 York road, Lambeth S E
    York Minster, Mrs. Sarah BiIlings, 44 Philpot street E
    York Minster, Reinhard Blum, 88 Wardour street W
    York Minster, John Matthias Lerner, 17 Foley street W
    York Minster, Christian Schmitt, 49 Dean street W
    Yorkshire Grey, David Allison, 46 Langham street W
    Yorkshire Grey, Charles Henry Andrews, 24 Woodstock street, Oxford street W
    Yorkshire Grey, Albert Ernest Coombs, 68 Bermondsey street S E
    Yorkshire Grey, George Fras. Hall, 7 Park street, Southwark S E
    Yorkshire Grey, Frederick Jas Judd, 28 London street, Fitzroy square W
    Yorkshire Grey, Edward Jn .Rose, 48 & 49 Whitechapel High street E
    Yorkshire Grey, Spiers & Pond Limited, 31 & 33 Grays inn road W C& 2 to 6 Theobalds road WC
    Yorkshire Grey, Walter G. Stebbings, 54 Eagle street, Red Lion square W C
    Yorkshire Grey, Edward Stokes, 53 Lower Thames street E C
    Yorkshire Grey, Charles Tomkins, 189 Piccadilly W
    Yorkshire Stingo Tavern, Mrs. Louisa Veale, 183 Marylebone road N W
    Young Prince, Robert Hassell, 77 Chrisp street E
    Zetland Arms, John Mountford, 2 Bute street, South Kensington SW


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