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    Nottinghamshire 1832 Whites Beer house directory

    Nottinghamshire pub history index

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

    BEERHOUSES. Under the New Beer Act.
    Board, William Lehy, Mortimer street
    Bricklayers Arms, William Barker, New Charles street
    Broom Girl, Benj. Moore, jun. Hockley
    Castle Tavern, William Pickering, Cross street
    Colwick Lodge, Joseph Perkins, Water street
    Cottage Tavern, Isaac Sampson, Poplar place
    Forest Miller, Rt. Greaves, Forest
    Fox and Goose, Mary Moore, Mansfield road
    Garden Gate, Samuel Jackson, Hunger lane
    Grey Horse, John Read, Herbert street
    Greyhound, Rt. Burgess, Greyhound yard
    Greyhound, John Newton, Castlegate
    Greyhound, William Topley, Cross street
    Harp and Crown, Isaac Cowen, Cherry street
    Hedge Hog, Fras. Hallam, Canal street
    Highland Laddie, John Bishop, Washington street
    Hon. Geo. Canning, Hy. Sprigg, Glasshouse street
    Hop Pole, William Wright, Woolpack lane
    Hunger Hill Tavern, John Cleaver, Beck street
    Huntsmans Tav. Thos. Hutchinson, Broad street
    Jolly Britton, William Home, St. Anns street
    Jolly Colliers, Thomas & George Brown, Mansfield road
    Lord Ranclifle, William Longland, Howard street
    Louis Philip I., William North, King street
    Marquis of Anglesea, Jas.Turner, St. Jamess street
    Mortimers Hole, Jas. Mortimer, Pleasant row
    Mulberry Tree, William Wilkinson, Narrow marsh
    News House, Robert Cartwright, Canal street
    Nottingham Arms, Jph. Whitehead, Derby road
    Old Bob Hudson, J M. Turner, Glasshouse street
    Oyster Girl, Hy. Johnson, Platst
    Porcupine & Dogs, William Stokes, East street
    Plough & Farmer, George Skidmore, Houndsgate
    Queen Adelaide, William Rollett, Mansfield road
    Reformer, William James, New Bridge street
    Robinson Crusoe, William Whitchurch, Mansfield road
    Rose and Brown, William Burbage, Spaniel row
    Samaritan, Emanuel Lindsey, Clare street
    Sir Thomas Denman, William Daniels, Orchard street
    Sun, Joshua Wardle, Sherwin street
    Sun hill Brewery, Samuel James, Sun hill
    Turks Head, Lewis Woolley, Crossland street
    Twist Machine, George Watson, Caunt street
    Walnut Tree, Jas Gilberthorpe, Walnut tree lane
    William IV, Samuel. Scroop,Cavendish street
    Woodman, Thomas Bartlett, Narrow march

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