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    Search the historical London street directory, pub history site and World War One records of gallantry and casualties by surname, street or pub name; including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This site justs get more interesting.

    Sussex Public Houses in 1899, the Sussex 1899 Post Office Directory Listing

    This information could be useful in tracking the Publicans in the 1901 census. You need to be aware that Trade Directories were often out of date, and therefore the information for 1899 probably refers to 1897/98.

    This is a work in progress, but I would welcome any useful information that you can add, particularly pictures and photographs. These can be old postcards or modern photographs, all are welcome; plus any interesting stories about your Publican families etc etc.

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    Cadogan Arms, Edward Kember, 47 Sloane Street, Brighton
    Cambridge Hotel, Miss L A Mawle, Cambridge Road, Hastings
    Camden Arms, Joseph O'Connor, 34 Kemp Street, Brighton
    Cannon Inn, Edwd L Hilton, 1 Russell Square, Brighton
    Carlisle, Edward Willard, 24 Pelham Street, Hastings
    Carpenters Arms, Danl Wm Powell, 57 West Street, Brighton
    Castle Inn, Henry James Gell, Pevensey Bay, Hastings
    Castle, Chas Lenty (Manager), 50 High Street, Cliffe, Lewes
    Castle, Mrs Caroline Norris, West Tarring, Worthing
    Castle, Sydney Phillips, West Street, Horsham
    Castle, William Philmore Morris, West Street, Chichester
    Castle Hotel, Henry Robbins, Hickstead, Twineham, Haywards Heath
    Castle Inn, Richard Strugnell, Bodiam, Hawkhurst
    Castle Inn, James Styles, Wadhurst
    Castle Inn, Walter Valler, 42 Castle Street, Brighton
    Castle Inn Shades, W Valler, 1 & 2 Clarence Gardens, Brighton
    Castle Inn, W Wells, Ewhurst Green, Ewhurst, Hawkhurst
    Cat Inn, Fredk Jas Smith, West Hoathly, East Grinstead
    Cattle Market Inn, Edmnd Sopp, Eastgate Square, Chichester
    Cavendish Arms, Henry Taylor,44 Regent Street, Brighton
    Caxton Arms, Mrs C Judd, 36 North Gardens, Brighton
    Central, Walter J Hylands, 146 Western Road, Brighton
    Chatfields Hotel, B Green, proprietor, 80 & 81 West Street, Brighton
    Chequers Inn, John Baron, Maresfield, Uckfield
    Chequers, George Chalcraft, High Street, Steyning
    Chequers, Thomas Clarke, 13 Upper Lake, Battle
    Chequers, William Edwards, 203 Oving Road, Chichester
    Chequers, T A Hill, Rowhook, Broadbridge Heath, Horsham
    Chequers Tavern, W S Windebank, 45 Preston Street, Brighton
    Chichester Arms, George Williams, 98 North Road, Brighton
    Chinese Gardens, Qrthur Albert Fuller, Hurstpierpoint, Hassocks
    Cinque Port, John Ockenden, High Street, Seaford
    Cinque Port Arms, L H Paris, 105 All Saints Street, Hastings
    City Arms, John Ayling, 33 North Street, Chichester
    City of Hereford Inn, Mrs M A Bunting, 29 Upper Street, St James Street, Brighton
    City of London Inn, E W Collins, 41 London Street, Brighton
    City of York, Frank Hopwood, 114 Western Road, Brighton
    Claremont, William J Homer, Scott Street, Bognor
    Clarence Inn, Jn Rich, North Street, Portslade by Sea, Brighton
    Clarendon Arms, Benjamin Wood, North Street, Portslade by Sea, Brighton
    Clayton Park Hotel, Louis Le Blanc, Hassocks
    Cleveland Hotel, Charles William Tucker, 27a Cleveland Road, Preston, Brighton
    Clifton Tavern, Walt Head, 1 & 2 Stainsby Street, St Leonards
    Clifton Arms, A D Brazier, 137 Clifton Road, Worthing
    Clifton Arms Inn, Mrs E Pettet, 25 Clifton Terrace, Brighton
    Cliftonville Inn, A & A Taylor, 1 Hove Place, Hove, Brighton
    Cliftonville Hotel, T H Charles, 100 Goldstone Villas, Hove, Brighton
    Club Hotel, Albert Lewis, 82 Pevensey Road, Eastbourne
    Clyde Arms, J T Merritt, Bristol Gardens, Kemp Town, Brighton
    Coach & Horses, Joseph Boswell, Maudlin, Westhampton, Chichester
    Coach & Horses, Wm Brightwell, South Harting, Petersfield
    Coach & Horses, Harry Budd, St Pancras, Chichester
    Coach & Horses, Miss A Chapman, Sedlescombe, Battle
    Coach & Horses, Tom Lovell, 29 North Street, Brighton
    Coach & Horses, William Marten, Dane Hill, Uckfield
    Coach & Horses, James Osman, Clapham, Worthing
    Coach & Horses, Chas Page, Harold Mews, St Leonards
    Coach & Horses, George Purse, Compton, Petersfield
    Coach & Horses, Mrs M Warren, Bedford Street, Bognor

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