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    The London 1899 Public House & Publican Directory - F.

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    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W YZ

    Falcon, John Thomas Baugh, Old Bethnal Green road, E
    Falcon, Ernest Edward Brooks, 6 Pemberton Row, EC
    Falcon, Edwin Charles Edmunds, 1 Lisle Street W & 20 Wardour Street W
    Falcon, Albert George Franzmann, 57 Knightrider Street EC
    Falcon, James Knope, 1 Green Street, Bethnal Green E
    Falcon, John Lees, 10 Fetter Lane EC
    Falcon, George Frederick Rennell, 234 Great College Street NW
    Falcon, Edward Talbot Wolseley, 8 Falcon Square EC
    Falkland, Alfred Lorermer Garrod, 66 Falkland Road NW
    Farringdon Hotel, Levy & Franks, Snowhill & Farringdon Street EC
    Father Red Cap, Alfred Charles Mills, 319 Camberwell Road SE
    Faunce Arms, John Chesterton, 2 Faunce Street, Kennington Park SE
    Feathers, Edwin Bratt, 50 Duke Street, St James SW
    Feathers, Mrs Caroline Brisley, 15 Hobart Place SW
    Feathers, Thomas Henry Dowson, 33 Virginia Road, Bethnal Green E
    Feathers, William Maitland Edwards, 34 Great Chapel Street, Westminster SW
    Feathers, Henry Hobson Finch, 6 Dockhead SE
    Feathers, William Kirby Humphreys, 42 Brown Street, Bryanston Square W
    Feathers, Charles William Minter, 8 St Martins Street WC
    Feathers, William Hy Stevenson, Deptford Green, Deptford SE
    Feathers Tavern, Robert Henry Barnes, 1 Waterloo Road SE
    Feathers Tavern, Jesse Divall, 75 Commercial Road, Lambeth SE
    Fellmongers Arms, Albert Baldwin, 25 Crimscott Street, Bermondsey SE
    Ferry House, Thomas Henry Watson, Ferry Street, Cubitt Town E
    Final, Edith Silvester, 6 King William Street, Strand WC
    Finboro Arms, William Finch, 118 Finborough Road SW
    Finish, William Percy Tilbury, 142 Lynton Road, Bermondsey SE
    Finsbury Park Tavern, William Alfred Browne, 263 Seven Sisters Road N
    Fish, Edward Ferris, 12 Fisher Street, Red Lion Square WC
    Fish & the Ring, Herbert Walter Dorling, White Horse Street, Stepney E
    Fishing Smack, Mrs Mary Ann Ewen, 28 Stowage, Depford SE
    Fishing Smack, Frederick Lay, 22 & 24 Watergate Street, Deptford SE
    Fishing Smack, Frederick William Hobbs, Cold Harbour, Blackwall E
    Fishmongers Arms, George William Suckling, 13 Holles Street WC
    Fishmongers Arms, William Richard Walton, 20 West Street, Soho WC
    Fishmongers Arms, Harry Wormald, 5 St Georges Road, Southwark SE
    Fitzroy, William Solomon Dibbs, 16 Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square W
    Fitzroy Arms, William Robert Perry, 21 Clipstone Street W
    Fitzroy Arms, George Raison, 163 Arlington Road, NW
    Five Bells, Frank James, 155 New Cross Road SE
    Five Bells, Thomas Albert Sharpe, 21 Moorfields EC
    Five Bells, Mrs Mary Elizh Thirgood, 535 Old Ford Road E
    Five Bells & Blade Bone, Joseph Shields, 27 Three Colt Street. Limehouse E
    Fleece, Mrs Sarah Ann Forster, 26 Upper Russell Street, Bermondsey SE
    Fleece, James Ludford, 16 Marsham Street SW
    Fleece, James Street, 1 Duke Street, Stamford Street SE
    Fleece, Frederick Tyler, 160 Abbey Street, Bermondsey SE
    Fleet Tavern, George Turner, 90 Park Hill Road, Haverstock Hill NW
    Fleur de Lis, Joseph Colledge, Fleur de Lis Street E
    Flint House, Edwin Bear, 65 Hyde Road, Hoxton N
    Florence Tavern, Frederick A Mills, Florence Street, Islington N
    Flower of the Forest, George Cooper, 123 Blackfriars Road SE
    Flower Pot, Joseph Sykes, 120 Bethnal Green Road E

    And Last updated on: Friday, 12-Feb-2016 20:08:11 GMT
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