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London (South) 1896 Suburban Publicans directory listing - S

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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Sailor (The), Jn. William Marsh, 70 Gordon road, Peckham
Sailor Prince hotel, Thomas Goodman, Garratt Lane, Wandsworth
St. George's tavern, Joseph Ellis Turner, 14 Coleman road, Peckham
St. Germain's hotel, William Charles Sage, St. Germain's road & Brockley road, Forest Hill
Salutation, William Ed. Mathews, 2 Beresford Square, Woolwich
Sand Rock, Joseph Francis Pool, Shirley, Croydon
Sea Witch, Alexander Goss, East Greenwich
Selborne tavern, Frederick Vogt, 2 Cuthill Road, Camberwell
Selhurst Arms, Timothy Edward Dunn, 38 Selhurst road, South Norwood
Selkirk (The), George Gammon, 60 Selkirk road, Tooting Graveney
Seven Stars, William Thwaites, Foot's Cray
Shaftesbury, Hy. CoIe, 74 St Andrew's Street, South Lambeth
Shakespeare, Albert Jefferies, 150 Meyrick Road, Battersea
Shakespeare, Fdk. Shepherd, Lower Richmond Road, Mortlake
Shakespeare, William Jas. Young, 12 Powis street, Woolwich
Sheldon Arms, James Goodall, 3 Whitgift street, Croydon
Ship, Charles James Attwood, 47 High street, Croydon
Ship tavern & Ship stores (William T. Bale, proprietor), King William street & Church street, Greenwich
Ship, Cornelius Bone, 3 George street, Woolwich
Ship inn, Mrs. M. Bowering, Jew's row, Waterside, Wandsworth
Ship, Mrs. Eva Davis, 55 High street, South Norwood
Ship, Thomas Henry Hobson West street, Erith
Ship, John C. Neale, Riverside, Mortlake
Ship, James Wood, Horsefair, Kingston
Ship & Billet, B. G. Stringer, Woolwich Road, Greenwich
Ship & Half Moon, Charles Hart, 13 Nelson street & Rodney street, Woolwich
Ship & Sailor, Chas. Baker; 71 Church street, Greenwich
Shortlands tavern, Jn. Soppit, Station road, Shortlands, Bromley
Sidcup Station, Henry Simpson, Halfway Street, Sidcup
Sidney Arms, James Burch, Perry street, Chislehurst
Signal hotel, William Coster, Portland Road, South Norwood
Signal, Paul Venner, Mason's hill, Bromley
Simla, Alfd. Wm. Rice, 82 Parchmore Road, Thornton Heath
Sir Geoffrey Dunstan, Jn.Sadler, 47 Summers Town, Tooting
Sir John Morden, Mrs. Mary Ann Rose, Hither Green lane, Lewisham
Sir Robert Peel, Miss Maud M. Davies, Hampden Road, Norbiton
Sir Robert Peel, Alfred S. Robinson, 62 Crescent Road, Plumstead
Skinners' Arms, H. J. Hancock, 60 Camberwell New Road
South Norwood Railway hotel, George William Amer, 32 Station road, South Norwood
South Western hotel, William Dowling, Wimbledon Hill Road, Wimbledon
South Western, Andrew Jn. Hawkins,179 Wandsworth Road
Southampton family hotel (Spiers & Pond Lim. ) (Mrs. King, manageress), Victoria road, Surbiton
Spanish Galleon, A. C. Carlton,48 Church Street, Greenwich
Spencer Arms, Thomas Jones, Lower Richmond Road, Putney
Spotted Cow, Christopher Sims,104 Hither Green Lane, Lewisham
Spotted Horse, Arth. Jas. Farrant, 122 High street, Putney
Spread Eagle, John Luck, 124 Usk road, New Wandsworth
Spread Eagle hotel, Miss Annie M. Mudd, 35 & 37 High street, Wandsworth
Spread Eagle, John Finn, 224 Portland Road, South Norwood
Spread Eagle, Robert Salter, 2 Stockwell Street, Greenwich
Spread Eagle, Peter Matthew Ward, 7 Hill Street, Richmond
Springfield tavern (The), John Matthew Eveson, 28 Kepler Road, Clapham & 53 Solon road, Brixton hill
Spring Grove hotel, Joseph Allen, Bloomfield road, Kingston
Spur inn, John William Wilde, South Worple way, Mortlake
Stag, Walter Gill, 94 Wandsworth road
Stag & Hounds, Arthur Wm. Green, Selsdon road, Croydon
Star inn, Henry George Deakes, 152 London Road, Croydon
Star inn, William G. Fletcher, Plumstead Common road
Star, Thomas Price Moor, 6o Wellington street, Woolwich
Star in the East, Thomas William Hy. Kiddell, St. James' Place, Blackwall Lane, East Greenwich
Star & Garter, Thos. C. Chalkley, 25 Pattison road, PIumstead
Star & Garter, William Chambers, 112 Powis street, Woolwich
Star & Garter hotel, Philip Davis, Windsor Street, Putney
Star & Garter, Henry Draper, 106 High street, Bromley
Star & Garter ( Chas.James,manager), Richmond hill, Richmond
Star & Garter hotel, Joseph Norman Jones, 60 Old Woolwich road, Greenwich
Star & Garter hotel, Alexander McDonald, 11 St. Ann's hill, Wandsworth
Star & Garter, George Archin, 151 Church Road, Battersea
Star of India, William Jas. Gilbert, 10 Gordon road, Peckham
Station hotel (The), James Crouch, 1 Kew road, Richmond
Station hotel, William Adams Dowling, 1 High street, Sutton
Station hotel, Thomas William Graves, East & New Croydon railway stations, George street, Croydon
Station hotel, Robert Weller, Camberwell New road
Steam Ferry, Paul Hy. Unwin, 43 & 45 Horseferry Road, Greenwich
Steam Packet Tavern. G. R. Cashfield, Bell Watergate, Woolwich
Steam Packet tavern, Charles Passway, 2 Everett street, South Lambeth
Stirling Castle hotel, H. A.Woodwell ,65 Church street, Camberwell
Streatham Park tavern, William Henry Harding, 118 Mitcham Lane, Streatham
Sugar Loaf, George Brown, Billingsgate Street, Greenwich
Sultan, William Langdale, 37 New Park road, Brixton
Sultan, Thomas Richard Porter, 78 Norman road, Wimbledon
Sultan, Edgar Redmond, 37 Sultan street, Camberwell
Summerfield tavern, Joseph Radburn, Bromley road, Lee
Sun, Alfred Collett, North street, Carshalton
Sun hotel, Mrs. A. L. Frayling, 10 & 11 Market Place, Kingston
Sun, Alexander H Jackson, Church road, The Green, Barnes
Sun (The), William Charles King, 47 Old town, Clapham
Sun inn, John James Turner, Park shot, Richmond
Sun & Doves, E. W. Thorn, 61 Coldharbour Lane, Camberwell
Sun in the Sands, J. Phillips, 123 Shooter's Hill Road, Blackheath
Sun Tap, James Howes, Market place, Kingston
Surbiton Arms, Jeremiah Woods, Alpha road, Surbiton
Surrey tavern, B. Thomas, 172 Trinity Road, Upper Tooting
Surrey Arms, H. J. Dawe, 118 Cherry Orchard Road, Croydon
Surrey Cricketers, Benj. William Blackham, 22 West Street, Croydon
Surrey Drovers, Geo. J. B. Jackson, Selsdon road, Croydon
Surrey Hounds, Louis Beck, 90 St. John's hill
Surrey View tavern, W. Harrison, 137 Commercial Road, Peckham
Sussex tavern, Mrs. Francis Still, Athole terrace, High road, South Streatham
Sussex Arms, William Lable, 109 Sussex road, Brixton
Sussex Arms, John Rich, 60 Plumstead road, Plumstead
Swan (The), Walter H. Cooper, 207 High road, Lee
Swan, William Charles Finch, Asgill road, Richmond
Swan (The), Alfred Fownes, 89 Ridgway, Wimbledon
Swan, Ernest Goby, West Wickham, Beckenham
Swan (The), Frederick Hazlewood, 215 Clapham road
Swan, John Jasper, 59 Peckham Park road
Swan, Mrs. Caroline Pierce, West street, Carshalton
Swan hotel, Robert Turrell, 22 The Village, Old Charlton
Swan (The),Henry Arthur Vickery, London Road, Upper Mitcham
Swan & Mitre, Ernest Charles Ebdon, 91 High Street, Bromley
Swan & Sugar Loaf, Charles Chitty, 1 Brighton Road, Croydon
Swiss tavern, Charles Gordon, 44 Lausanne road. Peckham
Swiss Cottage tavern, Joseph George Stoten, 149 Stanstead road, Forest Hill
Sydney Arms, Wm. George Stanton, 122 Lewisham road
Sydney Arms, Ephraim Turnbull, Collingwood Road, Sutton


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