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

Oak, Philip Jacob Bauer, Stoke Row, Henley on Thames
Oddfellow Arms, Jas Madgewick, 2 Church Street, Henley on Thames
Old Anchor, Frederick W Payton, 44 St Aldates, Oxford
Old Bell, Albert Arthur Cobb, Shillingford, Oxford
Old Bull, Mrs Annie W Cook, Brook Street, Watlington, Oxford
Old Castle, Herbert Winter, Dorchester, Oxford
Old Chequers, George Vowles, Burcote, Clifton Hampden, Abingdon (Berks)
Old Gate House, William H Timms, 2 Botley Road, Oxford
Old George, Walter Fredk Baker, Leafield, Oxford
Old Red Lion, George Jelley, Garsington, Oxford
Old Tom, Fras Edwin Crozier, 101 St Aldates, Oxford
Old White Horse, J E & J W Rawle, 100 Northfield End, Henley on Thames
Old White House, Jn Pratley, Bladon, Oxford
Old White House, William Scaldwell, Abingdon Road, Grandpoint, Oxford
Osney Arms, Walter Nixon Allen, 45 Botley Road, Oxford
Oxford Arms, Harry Clarke, Butter Market, Thame
Oxford Arms, Aubrey Cyril East, Kirtlington, Oxford
Oxford House, J W F Scrivener, 18 Horsefair, Chipping Norton

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