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    The Middlesex 1899 Directory Public House directory - F.

    By visiting the  relevant public House in Middlesex, you will find Licensee information, bar staff, boarders & lodgers from Census and Trade Directory information.

    1899 Middlesex Pub history index

    Falcon Inn, Richard Marshall, South Street, Ponders End
    Falcon Inn, Mrs Marie Amy Paine, 119 High Street, Uxbridge
    Fallow Buck, Frederick Mynott, Clay Hill, Enfield
    Feathers, Charles Dale, 76 High Street, Uxbridge
    Feathers, George Kates, 23 High Street, Brentford
    Feathers, Samuel Carter, Hogarth Lane, Chiswick
    Feathers, William Wise, Laleham, Staines
    Feathers Hotel, John F W Bird, Broadway, Ealing
    Ferry Boat, Henry day, Ferry Lane, Tottenham Hale, Tottemham
    Finsbury Park Hotel, Walter Emanuel Manning, 336 Green lanes, Finsbury Park
    Fishmongers Arms, John Cooke, High Street, Wood Green
    Five Bells, John Bambridge, East End Road, East Finchley
    Five Bells, John Smith, Stanwell, Staines
    Five Bells, George Winch, Harmondsworth, Slough
    Five Oaks Inn, Edward Mills, Staines Road, Twickenham
    Flask tavern, Wm Griffiths, 26 South Grove, Highgate
    Foresters, Robert Evans, 10 Bakers Lane, Ealing
    Fox, William John Barry, Green Lane, Hanwell
    Fox Inn, Arthur davey, Green Lanes, Palmers Green
    Fox, Edmund Stinton, 39 Church Street, Twickenham
    Fox, Henry Durrant, Cowley, Uxbridge
    Fox & Goose, William Fitch, Hanger Lane, Ealing
    Fox & Hounds, George Buss, 384 High Street, Brentford
    Fox & Hounds & Mawson Arms, John Maynard, Chiswick Lane, Chiswick
    Freeholders Arms, Arthur Bunn, 28 Howard Road, Stoke Newington
    Freemasons Tavern, Henry William Montague King, 77 Lordship Lane, wood Green
    Freemasons Tavern, A J Offin, 61 Howard Road, Stoke Newington

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