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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 - IJ

    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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    Imperial Arms, Alfred F Janes, 577 Kings Road, Fulham
    Indian Queen, Mrs S Foord, Strand on the Green, Chiswick
    Ingleby Arms, William Jas Moore, 36 Grove Road, Holloway
    Ion Arms, John Lipman, 34 Andrews Road, Hackney
    Island Hotel, (Mrs M E Trotman, manageress), Eel Pie Island Twickenham Eyot, Twickenham

    Jack Straws Castle, William E Lane, Hampstead Heath
    John Bull (The), Frederick Austin, High Road, Chiswick
    Joiners Arms (The), Mrs Ida O'Neill, Ballards Lane, Church End, Finchley
    Jolly Anglers, Thomas George Marvell, Middlesex Wharf, Upper Clapton
    Jolly Blacksmith, Henry Purser, Hampton Road, Twickenham
    Jolly Butchers, E G Cherry, 204 High Street, Stoke Newington
    Jolly Coopers, James Roberts, High Street, Hampton
    Jolly Farmers, Charles Massina, Church Street, Lower Edmonton
    Jolly Gardener, John William Barker, Uxbridge Road, Hampton Hill
    Jolly Gardener, Chas Philip Cornish, 5 Brook Green, Hammersmith
    Jolly Gardeners Inn, Robert Thomas, Twickenham Road, Isleworth
    Jolly Waggoners Inn, Joseph L Hogmaier, Bath Road, Hounslow
    Jubilee Tavern, Frank Ward, North Woolwich Road, Canning Town
    Junction Arms, William Green, Canal Bridge, Acton Lane, Willesden Junction
    Junction Tavern (The), Frederick James Squire, 215 Cambridge Road, Kilburn

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