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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 - K.

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    Kent Arms, Mrs. Marie Denneby, 206 Albert road, North Woolwich E16
    Kentish Drovers, Mrs. Catherine Greenhill Richards, 74 High street, Peckham SE15
    Kerfield Tavern, Charles W Young,16 Grove lane, Camberwell SE5
    King of Bohemia, Frank Steller, 10 High street, Hampstead NW3
    King of Sardinia, Richard Simmons, 21 Somers road, Brixton SW2
    King William IV. Arthur Albert Henry Bailey, 354 Wandsworth road SW8
    King William IV. George Davis, 155 Trafalgar road, Greenwich SE10
    King William IV. Harry Soloman Lee, 419 Streatham High road SW16
    Kings Arms, Albert Frederick Benton, 96 High street, Wandsworth SW18
    Kings Arms, Edward Arthur Cook, New Kings road, Fulham SW6
    Kings Arms, William Gosheron, 132 Peckham rye SE15
    Kings Arms, Mrs. Catherine Holt, 71 Durham road N7
    Kings Arms, Joseph Wm.Jex, 7 Dutton street, Greenwich SE10
    Kings Arms, Mrs. Maria Williams, 16 King William street, Greenwich SE 10
    Kings Arms, Fred Wisdom, 60 High street, Eltham SE 9
    Kings Arms Hotel, Gilbert McKenzie, 1 Frances street, Woolwich SE18
    Kings Head, George Burrell, 84 Upper Tooting road SW17
    Kings Head, Criswick & Feaviour, 12 High street, Fulham SW6
    Kings Head, John Eley, 82 High street, West Norwood SE27
    Kings Head, Arthur Charles Everitt, 141 Meeting house lane, Peckham SE15
    Kings Head, Charles Henry Harris Howe, 100 Clapham park road SW4
    Kings Head, Samuel Janes, 476 Fulham road SW6
    Kings Head, Alfred John Livermore, 44 Middlesex wharf, Upper Clapton E5
    Kings Head, Mrs. Alice Ann Sharp, High street, Roehampton SW15
    Kings Head, Walter Edwin Smith, 104 High street, Wandsworth SW18

    And Last updated on: Saturday, 01-Apr-2017 12:48:21 BST
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