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London (North) 1896 Suburban Publicans directory listing - M

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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Magdala Tavern, C W Howell, South Hill Park, Hampstead
Magpie Hotel, Mrs Eliza Sarah Freeman, Sunbury
Magpie & Crown, William A Best, 128 High Street, Brentford
Magpie & Stump, Edward Hy Fielder, 124 High Street, Brentford
Mail Coach, Henry Smith & Co, 28 Uxbridge Road
Maltman & Shovel, William Russell, 6 King Street west, Hammersmith
Malvern Tavern, Mrs H Nicholson, Canterbury Road, Kilburn
Manbey Arms, William T Folkman, 19 Water lane, Stratford
Manor Tavern, James Brewer, 11 Rectory Road, Stoke Newington
Manor House, James Swinyard, Seven Sisters Road & 316 Green lanes, Finsbury Park
Mansfield Hotel, Thomas Davies, 135 Mansfield Road, Haverstock Hill
Marine, Arthur Loft, Tidal Basin, Victoria Docks
Marion Arms, George Frederick Ryde, 46 Lansdowne Road, Dalston
Marks Gate Inn, James Crabtree, Marks Gate, Romford
Marquis of Granby, Samuel Ferris, 369 High Street, Brentford
Marquis of Granby, Frederick Vass, 72 High Street, Hounslow
Marquis of Granby, Mrs D Walker, Station Road, Harrow
Marquis of Lansdowne, George Cattell, 48 Stoke Newington Road
Marquis of Salisbury, W H Curtis, 110 Hermit Road, Canning Town
Marsh gate, Edward Wilson, 66 High Street, Stratford
Masons Arms, Frederick Hurdle, Kensal Green
Masons Arms, William Preston, Edgware
Maynard Arms, Mrs Mary Ann Christey, 70 Park Road, Crouch End
Maypole, George Buxton, Chigwell Row
Mechanic Arms, Mrs Marion Eliza Norman, 113 Churchfield Road west, Acton
Medina Tavern, William Skelton Gate, 172 Seven Sisters Road
Middleton Arms, Chas Hy Harper, 123 Queens Road, Dalston
Midland Hotel, George Larkins, Hendon Station, Hendon
Midland Arms, Ralph Martin, Church lane, Hendon
Milford Arms, Mrs M Watson, London Road, Spring Grove, Isleworth
Mill Hill Tavern, Arthur Jn Beaumont, 98 Mill Hill Road, Acton
Mitford Tavern, Elisha Francis Greenslade, 133 Amhurst Road, Hackney
Mitford Castle, F Collingwood, 129 Cadogan Terrace, Victoria Park
Mitre, Arthur Conquer, 58 High Street, High Barnet
Mitre Hotel, Charles Sadler, Hampton Court
Mitre (The), George Tompkins, Pinner Road, Sudbury, Harrow
Monarch, William John Hooper, 88 Hornsey Road
Moray Arms, Thomas S Wood, 94 Durham Road, Holloway
Morpeth Castle, John North, 69 Cadogan Terrace, Victoria Park
Moss Hall Tavern, W H Allnutt, Ballards Lane, North Finchley
Moulders Arms, H Bannister, Eleanor Cross Road, Waltham Cross
Mulberry Tree, John Dunford, Richmond Road, Twickenham

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