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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 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 1899 Public House & Publican Directory - S5.

    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 Kevan

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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

    Stag, Alfred Hancock, 67 Fleet Road, Hampstead NW
    Stag, William Francis Harling, 29 Dorset Street W
    Stag, Robertson Bris, 1 Castle lane, Westminster SW
    Stag Tavern, George Collins, 145 Fulham Road SW
    Stags Head, Edward Daniel Boyce, 35 Hawley Road NW
    Stags Head, Balthasar Scheerer, 55 Canal Road, Hoxton N
    Stags Head, Francis Wm Webb, 7 New Cavendish Street W
    Stainsby Tavern, May & Marvin, 49 East India Dock Road E
    Stamford Arms, Alfred Francis, 62 Stamford Street SE
    Stanhope Arms, Fred Gripper, 20 Oval Road NW
    Stanhope Arms, Mrs Elizh Matilda Triggs, 97 Gloucester Road SW
    Stanley, George Miller Harnor, 40 Westmoreland Street, Pimlico SW
    Stanley Arms, Chas Durdenm 442 Kings Road SW
    Stanley Tavern, Wm Regan, 2 Southwark Street SE
    Star, Alfred William Bacon, 105 City Road EC
    Star, Walter Samuel Cole, 256 Borough High Street SE
    Star, Thomas Day, Belgrave Mews west SW
    Star, Walter Richard Hawkin, 10 Goldington Street NW
    Star, Alfred Samuel Humphrey, 119 St Peters Street N
    Star, Charles Leni, 26 Monza Street, Wapping Wall E
    Star, James Newport, 38 St Johns Wood Terrace NW
    Star, Joseph Scott, 2 Morris Street, St Georges east E
    Star, Sydney Wm Taylor, 31 Aldersgate Street EC
    Star & Garter, Mrs Emily Beck, 33 St Martins Lane WC
    Star & Garter, H W Brown & Co, 44 Pall Mall SW
    Star & Garter, Henry Greenfield, 253 Kensington High Street W
    Star & Garter, John Hart, 187 Abbey Street, Bermondsey SE
    Star & Garter, Alfred Holder, 45 Upper Street N
    Star & Garter, Chas Major Holland, 41 Arbour Square, Stepney E
    Star & Garter, Joseph Henry Poole, 539 Kingsland road NE
    Star & Garter, Samuel Raven, 26 Sloane Square SW
    Star & Garter, George Sanders, 110 Whitechapel Road E
    Star & Garter, Isaac Stokvis, 82 Poland Street W
    Star & Garter, Arthur Stribling, 70 Caledonian Road N
    Star & Garter, Daniel Whale, 42 Great Peter Street SW
    Star & Windmill, Rowland Hirst, 153 Bermondsey New Road SE
    Star & Woolpack, John Mather Presley, 132 Kingsland Road NE
    Station Hotel, James Collins, 41 Bramley Road W
    Station Tavern, James Braid, 18 Beresford Street, Walworth SE
    Stave Porters, William Haslam, 1 Jacob Street, Dockhead SE
    Steam Ferry Tavern, Herbert Fletcher, 123 Wapping High Street E
    Steam Packet, George Fendall, 1 Park Place, Limehouse causeway E
    Steam Packet, Joseph Smith, 98 Stowage, Deptford SE
    Steam Packet, William Millard Stott, 2 Everett Street, Nine Elms lane SE
    Steam Packet, Frdk Cousins Ward, 128 Lower Thames Street EC
    Steam Ship, George Weige, 24 Naval Row, Blackwall E
    Stewart Arms, Alfred Morris, 11 Norland Road W

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