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    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 not brilliant, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. Searches on people names do appear to work, I think. Let me know!

    The London 1899 Public House & Publican Directory - R.

    This is a listing from the Public Houses section of the London Post Office Directory in 1899; it lists an alphabetical listing of these Public Houses in London, the Publicans and also has links to the relevant Public House page listing of the Licensees, Bar persons and Boarders and Lodgers etc. All information on these pages comes from London census, Post Office and Kelly Directory, plus any information and pictures supplied by You.

    Transcribed by Lyn Yates

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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

    Raby Castle, Mrs. Alice Louisa Stimpson, Wynyard Terrace, Upper Kennington Lane SE
    Radnor Arms, William Hawkins, King Henry’s Walk N
    Radnor Arms, John Cook Taylor, 247 Warwick Road, Kensington W
    Radnor Tavern, Samuel Guest & Son, 311 & 312 High Holborn WC & 73 Chancery Lane WC
    Raglan, Frederick Eade, St. Martin’s-le-Grand EC
    Railway Hotel, Allen & Co., Atlantic Road SW
    Railway Hotel, George Davies, 30 Grove Road, Bow E
    Railway Hotel, Charles John Morris, 17 Elephant Road, New Kent Road SE
    Railway Hotel, Frank Mouflet, 100 West End Lane, Kilburn NW
    Railway Hotel, Henry Hunt Sirkett, Blackheath SE
    Railway Tavern, Frederick James Baker, 48 Hamilton Street, Deptford SE
    Railway Tavern, Edward Vickers Berkeley, 15 Chilworth Street W
    Railway Tavern, Frederick Edward Bishop, 2 London Street EC
    Railway Tavern, Charles Brown, 116 West India Dock Road E
    Railway Tavern, George de Melven, 5 Sandall Road, Camden Road NW
    Railway Tavern, Thomas Read Hull, 15 Liverpool Street EC
    Railway Tavern, Henry Benjamin Hyams, 339 Mare Street, Hackney NE
    Railway Tavern, Henry Hurst Karslake, 263 New Cross Road SE
    Railway Tavern, Thomas Edward Medley, 35 Chalk Farm Road NW
    Railway Tavern, Charles Miller, South End Green, Hampstead NW
    Railway Tavern, Charles Phillips, 2 St. Jude Street, Stoke Newington N
    Railway Tavern, William George Rogers, 117 St. James’ Road, Bermondsey SE
    Railway Tavern, Henry Spiro, 72 Blackfriars Road SE
    Rainbow, Thomas Collingwood, 200 Liverpool Road N
    Rainbow, John Holloway, 18 Medland Street, Ratcliff E
    Ram Hotel, John Henry Maltby, 68 High Street, Wandsworth SW
    Ram & Magpie, George Stockwell, 17 Pedley Street, Bethnal Green E
    Ram & Teasel, John Dyer, 39 Queen’s Head Street, Islington N
    Ranelagh Arms, Lewis William Innocent, 279 Roman Road E
    Raven & Sun, Joseph Robert Venn, 52 Tanner Street SE
    Raymouth Tavern, John Baker, 302 Southwark Park Road SE
    Recreation Tavern, Frank Jones, 155 East India Dock Road E
    Red Bull, Alfred Abbott, 80 & 82 Gray’s Inn Road WC
    Red Bull, Frederick John Reed, 20 St. Anne’s Court, Soho W
    Red Cow, J. Bambridge, 4 King Street, Snow Hill EC
    Red Cow, William Brown, 157 Hammersmith Road NW
    Red Cow, Richard Walter Cross, 14 Albert Embankment SE
    Red Cow, Frederick William Marsh, 223 High Street, Deptford SE
    Red Cow, Charles William Mason, 13 The Grange, Bermondsey SE
    Red Cow, Roberts Brothers, 105 Charterhouse Street EC
    Red Cross, Henry Charles Chapman, 122 Borough High Street SE
    Red Cross, Martin William Cole, 10 Upper East Smithfield E
    Red Cross, William Augustus Hayward, 33 Barbican EC
    Red Cross, Henry James Huggett, 19 Paternoster Square EC
    Red Cross, James Rugg, 21 Hare Street, Bethnal Green E
    Red Deer, Robert Allard, 393 Cambridge Road E
    Red House, Frederick Gannaway, 2 College Street, Chelsea SW
    Red House, Tom Sewell, 53 Brompton Road SW
    Red House Hotel, William Frederick Philip Clayton, 141 Park Road, Regent’s Park NW

    And Last updated on: Friday, 12-Feb-2016 20:24:27 GMT
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