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London (South) 1896 Suburban Publicans directory listing - M

This is a listing from the Public Houses section of the UK South 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, Frank Houlton, 211 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich
Mail Coach, John S. Cherry, 35 White Horse road, Croydon
Maismore Arms, Robert Fairclough,104 Peckham Park Road
Malden tavern, M. L. Herbert, Market Place, Malden Road, New Malden
Man in the Moon, Mrs. C. Whiffin, Old Woolwich Road, Greenwich
Man of Kent, William Waite, 158 High street, Eltham
Manor Arms, Mrs. Thornton, 13 Mitcham Lane, Streatham
Mansion (The) (residential),The Chevalier Soares, Richmond Hill, Richmond
Market Gardener, Mrs. Eliza. White, Upper Richmond Road, Barnes
Market Gardeners inn, W. White, Priests Bridge, Barnes
Marlborough hotel, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Salmon, Montague place, Friars Stile Road, Richmond
Marlborough Arms, W. F. Smee,67 Sedgmoor Place, Camberwell
Marlborough Head, J. Cashire, 74 Marmont Road, Peckham
Marquis of Granby, William Markham, 80 High Street, Woolwich
Marquis of Granby, F. W. Cooper, 11 Sheen Road, Richmond
Marquis of Lorne, T. T. Castle, Dalyell road, Stockwell
Masons Arms, Stephen Henry Duffield, 169 Battersea Park Road, South Lambeth
Mawbey Arms, T. H. Cook, 7 Mawbey Street, South Lambeth
Melbourne Hotel, Alfred Ware, Manor road, Wallington
Melbourne Arms, J. Sanderson, 81 & 83 Sandy Hill Road, Plumstead
Metropole, Mrs. E. A. Curtis, Denmark hill, Camberwell
Mid-Kent Tavern, J. W. Biddle, Station Road, Lewisham
Milkwood. Tavern, Chas. Young, 63 Milkwood Road, Herne Hill
Mitre Tavern, Chas. Adams, 47 Canterbury Road, Thornton Heath
Mitre hotel, Mrs.A Marchant, Mitcham Road, Tooting Graveney
Mitre (The), Geo. Hallam, Blackwall Lane, East Greenwich
Mitre (The), John Ring, Church Street, Greenwich
Mitre Tavern, James Nevin, 62 Bishops road, Brixton
Mitre, John Plume, 145 High Street, Woolwich
Mitre inn, James Sillett, 20 St. Marys Grove, Richmond
Mitre, Henry Solomon, 164 Croydon road, Anerley
Montague Arms, Chas. Mees, 195 Queens Road, Peckham
Montpelier, Thos. Robert Banks, 25 Prague Street, Brixton
Montpelier (The), Charles Eaton, Brandon road, Brixton
Montpelier, Charles Norton, 67 Queens Road, Peckham
Montpelier, Frederick E. Pow, 43 Choumert Road, Peckham
Moore Park Hotel, E. F. Shoebridge, 110 Woodvale, Forest Hill
Morden Arms (The), Mrs. Eliza Edney, Brand Street, Greenwich
Morning Star, Samuel Henry Saunders, 3 Eden Street, Kingston
Mortlake hotel, Mrs. Isabel Webb, High street, Mortlake
Mostyn Arms, S W. Jackson, 93 Bramah Road, Brixton

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