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This is a listing from the Public Houses section of the UK London Post Office suburban Directory in 1911; it lists an alphabetical listing of these Public Houses in London, the Publicans and also has links to the relevant Public House page listing of the Licensees, Bar persons and Boarders and Lodgers etc. All information on these pages comes from London census, Post Office and Kelly Directory, plus any information and pictures supplied by You.
Queen, Charles Mann, 101 Commercial road, Peckham SE
Queen, Mrs. KateRidge, 45 Bellefields road, Stockwell SW
Queen Adelaide, Clement Denington, 412 Uxbridge road W
Queen Adelaide, Henry Temple Herwin, 35 Putney Bridge road, Wandsworth SW
Queen Elizabeth, Edwin John Bray, 58 Bagleys lane, Fulham SW
Queen Elizabeth, Arthur Spear, 61 Asylum road, Peckham SE
Queen of England, Charles Henry Downs, 318 & 320 Goldhawk road, Hammersmith W
Queen Victoria, Robert Hume, 1 Mulgrave place, Woolwich
Queen Victoria, Wm. Joseph Summers, 82 Falcon road, Battersea SW
Queens Arms, Mrs. Elizabeth Hook, 17 Cowpers row, Brixton SW
Queens Arms, John Trait, 23 Barrage road, Plumstead
Queens Arms, Jos, Vernon Thompson, 35 Artillery place, Woolwich
Queens Arms, Mrs Mary A. Wright, 171 Greyhound road. Hammersmith
Queens Head, William Robert Hayden, Putney Bridge road. Putney SW
Queens Head, Albert Thomas & Mrs. Emma Rogers, 153 York road, Battersea SW
Queens hotel, Thomas Hodder, Robertson street, South Lambeth SW
Quill (The), Augustus Fredk. P. Dixon,22 Charlwood road, Putney SW