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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!

    London (North) 1896 Suburban Publicans directory listing - H

    This is a listing from the Public Houses section of the UK North London Post Office Directory in 1896; This is one of the earlier London Suburbs directories that lists Pubs and street addresses as London instead of the local county.

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    Hadley Hotel, William Bennett, Hadley Road, New Barnet
    Half Moon, William Groom, Roxeth Hill, Harrow
    Half Moon & Crown, Jas Hockaday, 55 London Road, Brentford
    Half Moon & Seven Stars, George Mitchell, 25 High Street, Brentford
    Halfway House, Mrs Jessy Rosetta Harrington, 316 Lillie Road, Fulham
    Hallsville Tavern, Saml Knight, 57 Hallsville Road, Canning Town
    Hamborough Tavern, Francis Newell, Southall
    Hampshire Hog, Henry Dorey, 227 King Street, Hammersmith
    Hand & Flower, Thomas John Cribb, 1 Hammersmith Road
    Hand & Flower, William Tayler, 378 High Street, Brentford
    Hand & Flower, Chas James Trery, 617 Kings Road, Fulham
    Hanley Arms, Snow Brothers, 440 Hornsey Road
    Hare, Mrs Mary Foskett, Harrow Weald
    Hare & Hounds, Richard Clarke, Lea Bridge Road, Leyton
    Hare & Hounds, Mrs Jane Hunt, Wyke Green, Syon Lane, Isleworth
    Hare & Hounds, James Lovell, Northolt, Southall
    Hare & Hounds, John Philpot, 97 Stoke Newington Road
    Hare & Hounds, Mrs Louisa Price, North End, Hampstead
    Harrow Inn, George William Cutts, 84 High Street, Stratford
    Harts Horns, Henry Dawson, 79 High Street, High Barnet
    Harts Stores, Andrew Hart, 192 High Street, Stoke Newington
    Harwood Arms, Harry Scott Forbes, Walham Grove, Walham Green
    Havelock Arms, William John Hawkins, Station Road, Harrow
    Havelock tavern, Frederick W Hopfner, 113 Albion Road, Dalston
    Havelock, Paul A Joskey sen, 57 Masbro Road, West Kensington
    Henley Arms, Colvin Ernest, 35 Albert Road, North Woolwich
    Henry VIII, George Baggarley, 35 King Henry Street, Stoke Newington
    Henry VIII, Thomas Clegg, The Green, Hampton Court
    Higham Hill tavern, William Henry Woodward, Higham Hill Road, Walthamstow
    Holly Bush Hotel, George Brown, Holly Mount, Hampstead
    Holly Bush, William Chandler, Lancaster Road, Enfield
    Holly Bush, Edwin Newcomb, High Road, Loughton
    Holly Bush, George Shepherd, 55 Grange Road, Leyton
    Holly Tree, Alfred John Paine, Dawes Road, Forest Gate
    Hopbine, Thomas Smith, Wembley, Harrow
    Hop Poles, William Booker, 17 & 19 King Street west, Hammersmith
    Hop Poles, Frederick Jones, Lancaster Road, Enfield
    Hope, Thomas Steel, 89 Holly Street, Dalston
    Hope & Anchor, T Maguire, Tottenham lane, Hornsey
    Hope & Anchor, Thomas Henry Pearce, 20 Waterloo Street, Hammersmith
    Hope & Anchor, George Richardson, Sutton, Heston, Hounslow
    Horns, Thomas Waters, Horns Road, Barking Side, Ilford
    Hornsey tavern, Henry Thompson, 26 High Street, Hornsey
    Hornsey Wood Tavern, Frank Ellis, 25 Alexandra Villas, Finsbury Park
    Horse & Groom, Daniel Dunning, 33 King Street, Twickenham
    Horse & Groom, Edward Thomas Ginder, 255 Mare Street, Hackney
    Horse & Groom, George McKay, Lower Fore Street, Lower Edmonton
    Horse & Groom, Joseph Smohk, East Acton
    Horse & Groom. Mrs E Treadaway, 68 Heath Road, Hampstead
    Horse & Well, Mrs S M Bush, Woodford Wells, Woodford Green
    Howard Arms, James Pitcher, 21 Howard Road, Stoke Newington
    Huntingdon Arms, John Lowe, 22 Burke Street, Canning Town
    Hyde Arms, George Hollingbury, Hyde Lane, Lower Edmonton

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