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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 You need to be aware that Trade Directories were often out of date, and therefore the information for 1899 probably refers to 1897/98.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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    Old Bell, Charles James Fletcher, The Mint, Rye
    Old Bull Inn, Horace R Russell, Hurst Green
    Old Castle Inn, Charles Carey, Winchelsea, Rye
    Old Cross, Arthur Purchase, North Street, Chichester
    Old Eight Bells, J S Kirby, Salehurst, Robertsbridge
    Old England, Edward Bourne, London Road, St Leonards
    Oddfellows, Charles Rogers, Old London Road, Hastings
    Old Five Bells, Frederick Allen, Pulborough
    Old Kings Head, Thos Scrogham, 9 West Street, Brighton
    Old Kings Head, John Barr Taylor, Upper Beeding
    Old King John Inn, Mrs A Woodhurst, Middle Road, Ore, Hastings
    Old Oak, Henry Awcock. Arlington, Polegate
    Old Plough, Mark King, Ifield, Crawley
    Old Ship, William Avery, 49 South Street, Cliffe, Lewes
    Old Ship, Mrs Eliza Fleet, North End, Ringmer, Lewes
    Old Ship, William Glossop, King Street, Arundel
    Old Swan Inn, G Stubberfield, Woods Corner, Dallington
    Old Tree Inn, Charles Cooke, High Street, Seaford
    Old Vine Inn, Samuel Booth, Cousley Wood, Wadhurst
    Old White Horse, George King, Slaugham, Crawley
    Onslow Arms Commercial Inn, John Hampshire, Loxwood, Billinghurst
    Ostrich, Eber James Waghorn, Robertsbridge
    Oxford Arms, John G Bunting, Station Road, Midhurst

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