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    UK Pub history research and London historical street directory

    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 broken, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. OR visit the London pub history directory index pages to which I am rapidly adding links

    London, UK 1919 Suburban directory listing - E.

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    Eagle, Elliot Snow, 215 Askew road, Shepherd's bush W12
    Eagle Tavern, Mrs. Elizabeth Richardson, Red Lion lane, Shooter's hill SE18
    Eagle Tavern, William Edward Stanley, 231 Battersea park road SW11
    Earl of Chatham, John T Davies, 15 Thomas street, Woolwich SE18
    Earl Derby, Frederick Thomas Norman, 50 Bosworth road, North Kensington W10
    Earl of Derby, Miss Clara Grace Bray, 87 Dennett's road, New Cross SE14
    Earl of Essex, Alfred George Chappe11,21 & 23 Stroud green road N4
    Earl Ferrers, Frederick H. J. Johnson, 22 Ellora road, Streatham SW16
    Earl Spencer, Richard Clark, Roehampton Lane, Roehampton SW15
    Earl Spencer, Jas. Field,262 Merton Road, WandsworthSE18
    Earl Spencer, Weston & Illing, 37 Battersea Bridge Road SW11
    Earl of Warwick, Mrs. Esther Belasco, 9 Gordon road, Stoke Newington N16
    East Dulwich Hotel, Patrick McGregor, 1 Lordship Lane, East Dulwich SE22
    East Hill Hotel, Alfred Pemberton, 21 Alma road, Wandsworth SW18
    Ebor Arms, Mrs Emma Webb, 75 Howard road, Stoke Newington N16
    Edinboro' Castle Tavern, Jas. V. Thompson, 110 Samuel street, Woolwich S EIS
    Edinburgh Castle, W. P. Underdown, 57 Nunhead lane, Peckham SE15
    Effra Hall Tavern, George Witney Elliott, 38A Kellett road, Brixton SW2
    Eight Bells, Andrew Allan, 89 High street, Fulham SW6
    Eight Bells, Geo. Sherwin, 3 Church Street, Greenwich SE10
    Elm Park Hotel, Hy Beard,76 Elm Park, Brixton SW2
    Enterprise, George Frederick Messer, 171 Coldharbour lane, Camberwell SE5
    Enterprise, Ernest William Whiffen, 6 Blenheim road, Upper Holloway N19

    And Last updated on: Tuesday, 28-Apr-2015 00:21:30 BST
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