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    The London Public Houses in the 1944 Post Office Directory - J.

    By visiting the relevant London Public Houses, you will find Licensee information, bar staff, boarders & lodgers from Census and Trade Directory information. The East London / Essex / Middlesex areas are best covered, and new information is being added daily.

    1944 index

    Jacobs Well, Edward W S Dunlam, 17a New Inn Yard, Curtain Road EC2
    Jamaica Tavern, Lovell Benj Dixson & Mrs W A Simpson, 495 Southwark Park Road SE16
    Jamaica Wine House, E J Rose & Co Ltd, St Michaels Alley, Cornhill EC3
    Jane Shore, G Birkinshaw, 103 Shoreditch High Street E1
    Jobs Castle, Harry Edward McLagan, 40 Folgate Street E1
    John Bull, Wm N Fitzgibbon, 590 Chiswick High Road W4
    John Bull, Harry L Gold, 287 Southwark Park Road SE16
    John Bull, Chas Mann, 64 Tyers Street SE11
    John Bull, Wm Rt Sewell, 490 Roman Road E3
    Johnsons Arms, Albert Allen Impett, 24 Hillgate Street W8
    Joiners Arms, Thos Oxley Wydell & Frank Gilbert Faber, 35 Denmark Hill SE5
    Jolly Anglers, Chas Alfred & Mrs Marguerita Nash, 68 Bath Street EC1
    Jolly Anglers, Rolles Bros, 227 Kentish Town Road NW5
    Jolly Butchers, Mrs Florence M Franklin, 261 Old Street EC1
    Jolly Butchers, Mrs Annie M Monaghan, 204 Stoke Newington High Street N16
    Jolly Butchers, Jn Wright, 157 Brick Lane E1
    Jolly Farmers, Philip Harris, 113 Southgate Road N1
    Jolly Gardeners, Walter Wm Coulstock, 49 Black Prince Road SE11
    Jolly Gardeners, Wm Edward Hands, 69 Cobourg Street NW1
    Jolly Gardeners, Mrs Norah L Lewis, 187 Rotherhithe New Road SE16
    Jolly Gardeners, Mrs Rosina Oliver, 115 St Alphonsus SW4
    Jolly Gardeners, Wm Fredk Parfrey, 214 Garratt Lane SW18
    Jolly Gardeners, Jn Shields, 61 & 63 Lacy Road SW15
    Jolly Sailor, Geo Burr, 91 Lower Road SE16
    Jolly Tanners, Albert Jn Gwinnell, Rothsay St, Tower Bridge Road SE1
    Jubilee, Chas Stewart Sutcliffe, 16 Polygon Road NW1
    Jubilee Tavern, Chas Langman, 249 North Woolwich Road E16
    Junction Tavern, Knowland Bros Ltd, 101 Fortess Road NW5

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