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    UK Pub History in progress - Northern areas of the UK

    UK Pub History in progress - Northern areas the UK

    Search the historical London street directory, and London pub history site including early street addresses in London through the Victorian pub history of London. This search engine is not brilliant, try address searches in the main google search to get better results. Searches on people names do appear to work, I think. Let me know!

    Lincoln Pub history listing and directory in 1872

    Lincoln, Lincolnshire pub history index

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

    Lincoln pubs and hotels in 1872 - Whites Directory

    Mrs Ann Andrews,  victualler, Seven Stars, 9 Waterside south
    John Appleyard, beerhouse, 5 Stamp end
    Thomas Armstrong.  victualler, Guildhall Inn, wine & spirit merchant & agent for Joules Stone Ales, 23 Guildhall Street
    Robert Asman,  victualler, Crown, 2 Brayford Wharf
    Miss Rebecca Atkin,  victualler, Railway Gate House, 1 Canwick Road
    Levi Barker, beerhouse, 46 High Street
    Mrs Elizabeth Barratt,  victualler, Cross Keys, 10 Union Road
    Henry Beech, beerhouse, 18 Fenton Terrace
    James Bellamy,  victualler, City Vaults, and ale and porter agent, 2 Alfred Street
    George Biggadike,  victualler, Hope & Anchor, 53 Waterside Street
    Henry Billyard, brewer, wine & spirit merchant, and  victualler, Magpies Inn, 32 Waterside north
    William Black,  victualler, Blue Boar, 293 High Street
    John Blackbourn,  victualler, Crown and Anchor, 3 Newland
    Walter Bower,  victualler, City Arms, 23 Strait
    George Brailsford,  victualler, Ripon Arms, 34 Monson Street
    George Roberts Brailsford,  victualler, Lion & Snake, 79 Bailgate
    Mrs Elizabeth Brooks, beerhouse, 9 Thorngate
    John Brown,  victualler, Brickmakers Arms, 10 Stamp end
    Mrs Mary Brown,  victualler, Black Horse, and posting house and livery stable, 5 Eastgate
    Edward Bryan,  victualler, Green Dragon, and brewer, 31 waterside north
    John Parkinson Bygott,  victualler, Cornhill Hotel and dining rooms, Cornhill
    Mrs Mary Carter, beerhouse, Moor Street
    Robert Cartwright, beerhouse, 44 Waterside south
    Joshua Gear Carver, grocer & beer retailer, 34 Steep hill
    William Challand,  victualler, Shakspeare, 34 High Street
    Edward Clarke,  victualler, Falcon, 4 Saltergate
    Dixon Clayton,  victualler, Sloop Inn, 49 Waterside north
    Joel Coldron, coal dealer &  victualler, Old White Horse, Hungate
    Henry Cole,  victualler, Plough, 19 Bailgate
    Mrs Sarah Day,  victualler, Ship, 17 Waterside north
    Mrs Elizabeth Dixon,  victualler, Black Swan, 319 High Street
    Joseph Dixon,  victualler, Wellington, 37 Broadgate
    John Donaby,  victualler, Druids Arms, 18 Stamp end
    William Eagle, butcher &  victualler, Crown, 28 Baggholme Road
    Henry Edwards,  victualler, Queen Commercial Hotel, and secretary to Lincoln and Lincolnshire Licensed Victuallers Association, 323 High Street
    Richard Ellis,  victualler, Castle Tavern, 55 Bailgate
    Thomas Ellis, beerhouse, 48 Rasen lane
    Mrs Eliz Enderby,  victualler, Old Crown, 14 Butchery Street
    Joseph Fambrini,  victualler, Crown and Cushion, 26 Melville Street
    Thomas Fixter, beerhouse, 6 Greetwellgate
    William Flear,  victualler, Swiss Cottage, 35 Newland
    Charles Frost, beerhouse, 16 Westgate
    John Garner,  victualler, Crown and Woolpack, 8 Brayford Street
    Abraham Garrick,  victualler, Recruiting Sergeant, 57 Steep hill
    John Glover,  victualler, William IV, 3 Brayford head
    Thomas Craft Glover, beerhouse, 3 Wigford street
    George Goodger,  victualler, Red Lion, 20 Hungate
    George Grason, beerhouse, Waterside south
    John Green,  victualler, Falstaff, 270 high Street
    Tom Gunthorpe,  victualler, Waggon & Horses, 57 Burton Road
    John Hall,  victualler, Sloop, 16 Newland
    Richard Hartley,  victualler, Old Willow Pattern, & wine, spirit, ale and porter merchant, Sincil Street
    Thomas Harksley,  victualler, Turks Head, 9 Newport
    Joseph Hickingbotham, beerhouse, 44 Sincil Street
    William Hinch, Old Royal Oak, 168 High Street
    Jackson Horton,  victualler, Three Tuns, 67 Bailgate
    Charles Hughes,  victualler, Black Bull, 199 High Street
    Mrs Emily Hunt,  victualler, Swan, Brayford side
    Edward Jackson,  victualler, Rising Sun, Hungate
    George Jackson,  victualler, George and Dragon, 100 High Street
    James Jackson,  victualler, Three Tuns, 10 St Martins Street
    Peter Jackson,  victualler, Hare and Hounds, 334 High Street
    George Jennings, eating and beerhouse, 309 High Street  - Royal
    Thomas Keetley, beerhouse, 36 Monson Street - Chequers
    Michael Kenney, shopkeeper and beerhouse, 15 Waterside south - Witham / Talbot
    Joseph King,  victualler, Roebuck, 310 High Street
    William Kitchen,  victualler, White Hart family hotel and posting house and livery stable keeper, 91 Bailgate
    John Lawson,  victualler, Golden Eagle, 16 High Street
    Mrs Mary Ann Lee, beerhouse, 89 Canwick Road
    Miss Ann Metcalf,  victualler, Coach and Horses, 38 Newland
    William Millson,  victualler, Ivy Tavern, 27 Newport
    Thomas Nicholson,  victualler, Dolphin, 27 Eastgate
    George Noon,  victualler, Pyewipe, St Marys
    Levi Ostler,  victualler, Abbey inn, 52 Monks Road
    Thomas Palmer, beerhouse and higgler, 37 Bailgate - Barley Mow
    Mrs Mary Parker,  victualler, Hop Pole, 6 Monson street
    William Churchill Parker,  victualler, Rose & Crown, 14 Dale Street
    John Pask,  victualler, Marquis of Granby, 12 Butchery Street
    William Pask,  victualler, Steam Packet House, 61 Waterside north
    Mrs Lavinia Paul, beerhouse, 21 Stamp end
    Joseph Pheasant,  victualler, Wheat Sheaf, 11 Broadgate
    Samuel Pool,  victualler, Harlequin, 20 Steep hill
    Joseph Porter,  victualler, Brown Cow, 27 Broadgate
    Edward Presgrave,  victualler, Golden Cross, 419 High Street
    George Frederick Prickett,  victualler, Great Northern family, commercial & posting hotel, 177 High Street
    Joseph Priestley,  victualler, Bull & Chain, 5 Langworthgate
    John Pringle,  victualler, Ripon Arms, 34 Monson Street
    William Reedman,  victualler, Flying Horse, 247 High Street
    George Rhodes, beerhouse, 2 Melville Street
    Joseph Roberts,  victualler, Abbey in the Wood, Foss Street
    Henry Rollinson,  victualler, Duke William, 44 Bailgate
    Harvey Rossington, shopkeeper & beerhouse, 4 Victoria Street - Joiners Arms
    Rudgard & Co, brewers, Crown Brewery, Waterside south
    Martin Rush, beerhouse, Wragby Road
    James Sale,  victualler, Black Goats family and Commercial Hotel, 303 High Street
    Charles Samuel Salt, blacksmith, 372 High Street; and  victualler, Blue Anchor, 133 High Street
    George Sharpe,  victualler, Manvers Arms, 12 Danegate
    Charles Simpson,  victualler, Standard, 389 High Street
    Thomas Sissons, marquee proprietor and  victualler, New Market Hotel, New Market
    Charles Skins, beerhouse, 18 Guildhall Street - Horse & Jockey
    Mrs Frances Sleight, beerhouse, 10 John Street - Spa Tavern
    Mrs Elizabeth Smith,  victualler, Globe, Waterside South
    John Smith,  victualler, Monsons Arms, 250 High Street
    William Smith,  victualler, Durham Ox, 13 Oxford Street
    Tom Spencer,  victualler, Lord Nelson, 302 High Street
    James Statton,  victualler, Millers Arms, 56 High Street
    Mrs Elizabeth Storr, beerhouse, 69 High Street
    John Stothard,  victualler, Horse and Groom, Newland
    Thomas Stratford,  victualler, Kings Arms, High Street
    John Talbot, cart owner &  victualler, Lock Tavern, 62 Waterside south
    William Teary, beerhouse, 32 Flaxengate
    Lawrence Thomas Thornton,  victualler, Saracens Head commercial and posting house, horse dealer and livery stable proprietor, 298 High Street
    John Thropp,  victualler, Black Boy, 5 Castle hill
    Mrs Caroline Tollerton, beerhouse, 50 Thomas Street - Steam Hammer
    Christopher Tollerton, victualler, Fox & Hounds, 33 Steep hill
    George Toulson, beerhouse, 15 Danesgate - Robert Peel
    Robert John Trafford,  victualler, Spread Eagle commercial posting and family hotel, 301 High Street
    John Twidale, traveller and beerhouse, 9 Victoria Street
    Thomas Tyler, beerhouse, 5 1/2 Waterside South
    Thomas Skinner Wade,  victualler, Stags Head, 63 Newport
    William Ward,  victualler, Kings Head, 9 Eastgate
    Mrs Mary Weatherall,  victualler, Adam & Eve, Lindum Road
    Charles Wilkinson,  victualler, Reindeer, 4 High Street
    George Willerton,  victualler, Scarborough Arms, 21 Bailgate
    Robert Williams, wine and spirit merchant and  victualler, Victoria Hotel, Pelham Street
    William Williams,  victualler, Cattle Market Hotel, Monks Road
    William Willington,  victualler, Ivy Tavern, 27 Newport
    Silk Willoughby, beerhouse keeper, 23 Danesgate
    George Withers,  victualler, High Bridge vaults, 215 High Street
    Thomas Woodhouse, beerhouse, 1 Gas Street

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