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The London 1899 Public House & Publican Directory - S6.

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.

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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

Still & Star, John Raven, Harrow Alley, Aldgate E
Stirling Castle, Jas Kirk, 50 London wall EC
Stone House, Frederick Crighton, 129 Old Street EC
Storeys Gate Tavern, James Harrington, 1 Storeys gate SW
Sturt Arms, Geo Ball Shipton, 55 New North Road N
Suffolk Arms, Thomas Wilson, Boston Street, Hackney Road E
Sugar Loaf, Mrs Susan Avenall, 187 Hanbury Street E
Sugar Loaf, Alfred Brown, 40 Great Queen Street WC
Sugar Loaf, Alfred Finlay, 5 Little College Street EC
Sugar Loaf, William Milner, 41 Great Hermitage Street E
Sugar Loaf, Richard & Walter Stevens, 24 Queen Street, Cheapside EC & 65 Cannon Street EC
Sugar Loaf Tavern, H W Brown & Co, 1 St Mary Axe EC
Sultan Tavern, Dick Friend, 238 St James Road, Old Kent Road SE
Sun, Ernest J Buckhurst, 17 Boniface Street, Lambeth SE
Sun, Finch & Co, 12 Clare Street, Clare Market WC
Sun, Joseph Wm Fullford, 115 Union Street, Borough SE
Sun, Ernest Gan, 66 Long acre WC
Sun, Benjamin Cross, 57 & 59 Lisson Street, Lisson Grove NW
Sun, Henry Keys, 47 Curzon Street, Mayfair W
Sun, Henry McKrell, 63 Lambs Conduit Street WC
Sun, Mary Ann Maria Lattimore, 36 Great Sutton Street EC
Sun, William Hy Palmer, 21 Ebury Street SW
Sun, Henry Sills, 2 Gate Street, Lincolns Inn Fields WC
Sun, Michael Ullmer, 21 Dury Lane WC
Sun Tavern, Mrs Ellen Roessli, 57 Newman Street W
Sun Dial, George Baker, 88 Goswell Road EC
Sun & Horseshoe, John William Reeves, 63 Mortimer Street W
Sun in Splendour, Charles William Treadaway, 7 Portobello Road W
Sun & Sword, Alfred Osborn, 31 Cable Street E
Sun & Thirteen Cantoons, Oscar Joseph Brazier, 21 Great Pulteney Street W
Sunderland Arms, John Hawes, 9 Vigo Street W
Surprise, Anthony Bryant, 110 Vauxhall Bridge Road SW
Surprise, Henry John Davy, 6 Christ Church Terrace, Chelsea SW
Surprise, William Eeles, Northampton Road EC
Surrey Arms, John Dannhorn, Surrey Square, Old Kent Road SE
Surrey Arms, Charles Thomas Waylett, 62 Warham Street, Kennington SE
Surrey Canal, Allen Cooper Payne, 132 Trafalgar Road, Old Kent Road SE
Surrey Club House, Hy & Geo Simmonds Lim, Kennington Oval SE
Surrey Commercial Dock Tavern, William Knight, Derrick Street, Rotherhithe SE
Surrey Dock Tavern, Edward Alston Sparkes, 163 Rotherhithe Street SE
Surrey Gardens Hotel, John Wilson Higgins, 204 Manor Place, Walworth SE
Surrey Gardens Tavern, William James Adams, 9 Chapter Road, Walworth SE
Sussex, William Hy Keeble, 51 Leadenhall Street EC
Sussex Arms, David Joshua Jessop, 71 Upper North Street, Poplar E
Sussex Arms, Edward Curtis Benson, 107 Culford Road N

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