Pub history including Public Houses, Inns & Taverns of  Oxfordshire in 1939

Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Oxfordshire. The Oxfordshire listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

Here is a start to some of the places in Oxford,

The 1939 Oxford index

Lamb, Rd Leslie Avery, Shipton under Wychwood, Oxford
Lamb Inn, Albert Bennett, Crawley, Witney
Lamb, Herbert S Collett, Chalgrove, Oxford
Lamb, Ernest Albert Cross, Little Milton, Oxford
Lamb, Rd Day, Market Place, Bampton, Oxford
Lamb, Samuel W de-Voih, Satwell, Henley on Thames
Lamb, Thomas William Dymond, Ewelme, Oxford
Lamb Inn, Mrs Edith E Kerry, Filkins, Lechlade (Gloucestershire)
Lamb, Horace Maisey, Bladon, Oxford
Lamb & Flag, Walter Buckingham, Hailey, Witney
Lamb & Flag, S M Richards. 12 St Giles Street, Oxford
Lamb & Flag, Frederick Rolfe, Benson, Oxford
Lampet Arms, Rt Ernest Padbury, Tadmarton, Banbury
Leather Bottle, Mrs Agnes Bishop, East End, North Leigh, Witney
Leather Bottle, Leonard Harry Read, Lewknor, Oxford
Leathern Bottel, Fras Jas Harman, Goring, Reading
Leathern Bottel, Jas Edward Pitcher, 39 Bridge Street, Banbury
Lion Inn, Frank Whitehead, Culham, Abingdon (Berks)
Litchfield Arms, Horace Fredk Peachey, Neat Enston, Enstone
Lord Kitchener, Ernest Simmonds, Curbridge, Witney
Lord Napier, Michael J Wall, 49 Observatory Street, Oxford
Lord Nelson, Frederick Jn Hunter, High Street, Chinnor, Oxford

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