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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!

    Nottinghamshire 1799 Public Houses 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.

    "The following is believed to be a complete list of the inns and public houses in the town, at the close of the century, 157 in number, forming an interesting and in some respects valuable record : "

    John Acton, Jolly Bargeman, Leen side
    Samuel Adams, Star and Garter, Wheeler gate
    Astill , Three Crowns, Chapel bar
    Richard Austin, Castle, Hounds gate
    Charles Baxter, Cordwainers Arms, Tollhouse hill
    Mrs. Baxter, Masons Arms, Woolpack lane
    Beardmore , Sear and Dragon, Long row
    Benjamin Beardsall, King on Horseback, King street
    Beeston , Ball, Long row
    Joshua Bennet, Salutation, Jew lane
    Thomas Bowles, Peach Tree, Parliament street
    Boyton , Horse and Chaise, Sandy lane
    John Bradfield, Shoulder of Mutton, Carter gate
    William Bradley, Crown, Long row
    John Brazier, Union Flag, Stoney street
    Joseph Brightmore, Black Lion, Cherry orchard
    Robert Brown, Butterfly, Paradise row
    Oliver Buck, Cricket Players, Barker gate
    Joseph Burbage, Ball, St. Peters square
    William Caler, Carpenters Arms, York road
    Chapman , Bear, Long row
    Chapman , Globe, Poynton street
    Richard Clark, Horse and Groom, Cow lane
    Thomas Clarkson, Hare and Hounds, Cherry orchard
    William Collinson, George and Dragon, Long row
    Cooke , Bull, Chapel bar
    Robert Crane, Feathers, Wheeler gate
    John Clayton, Royal Children, Castle gate
    Robert Daft, Lord Nelson, Warser gate
    Robert Dann, Ten Bells, Narrow marsh
    Mrs. Darlow, Kings Head, Narrow marsh
    Thomas Denham, Golden Ball, Cow lane
    Henry Dennis, Ball, Coalpit lane
    Joseph Dennis, Duke of York, New building^
    James Edenborough, Punch Bowl, Exchange
    Samuel Elliott, Half Moon, Carter gate
    Thomas Ely, Bell, Parliament street
    Mrs. Else, Crown and Cushion, Blowbladderstreet
    Richard Farrands, Masons Arms, New Buildings
    Fieldwick, Three Horse Shoes, Tollhouse hill
    John Galloway, Sir J. B. Warren, New buildings
    Michael Gedling, Bird in the Hand, Sheeplane
    Thomas Gimson, Ship, Gridlesmith gate
    William Green, Shoulder of Mutton, Sandy lane
    Mrs. Haddock, Roebuck, Jamess lane
    Hall , Dolphin, Chapel bar
    William Hall, Three Cranes, Turncalf alley
    Richard Handley, Cross Keys, Mary gate
    William Hardy, Maypole, Long row
    Charles Heald, Golden Fleece, Middle  pavement
    John Henshaw, Barley Mow, Narrow marsh
    William Hitchin, White Lion, Long row
    Joseph Hodgkinson, White Hart, Parliament street
    John Holt, Barley Mow, Weekday cross
    Richard Hooton, Ball, Fisher gate
    Richard Hooton, White Hart, New  buildings
    Mrs. Hoyles, Dog and Bear, Bridlesmith gate
    Samuel Hughes, Balloon, Mount pleasant *
    William Johnson, Shoulder of Mutton, Smithy row
    George Jenkinson, Dog, Castle gate
    Mrs. Killer, Punch Bowl, Peck lane
    Joseph Killingley, Jolly Angler, Bellar gate
    Thomas Kirk, Hearty Good Fellow, Bearward lane
    Daniel Lacey, Rose, Bridlesmith gate
    Benjamin Lane, Sir John Falstaff, Carter gate
    Mrs. Lart, Bell, Angel row
    John Lee, Robin Hood, Hockley
    Job Levers, Cross Keys, Byard lane
    Leonard , Horse, Sandy lane
    Mrs. Lockton, Old Angel, High pavement **
    Thomas Lockton, Spread Eagle, Long row
    Thomas Lord, White Hart, Boot lane
    John Lowd, White Hart, Charlotte street
    William Machin, Nags Head, Smithy row ***
    J Robert Mackley, Black Boy, Long row
    John Maddock, Navigation Inn, Canal side
    Mrs. Maltby, Kingstons Arms, Parliament street
    Mrs  Mann, White Lion, Hollow stone
    Thomas Martin, Horse and Groom, Peter square
    Mellor , Royal Oak, Broad marsh
    John Miller, Prince of Wales, Paravicini row
    Joseph Moore, Leather Bottle, Hockley
    Samuel Morley, Shepherd and Shepherdess, Weekday cross
    Robert Morris, Old Angel, Stoney street
    George Morris, Reindeer, Wheelergate
    Robert Morris, junr., Queens Head, Charlotte street
    Thomas Morton, Town Arms, Bridge end
    Jacob Mosley, Kings Head, Chapel bar
    James Mould, Hanging Gate, Brewhouse yard
    John Nelson, News house, St Jamess lane,
    John Newton, Cock, New buildings
    John Nixon, Miltons Head, Tollhouse hill
    Mrs. Norton, Dog and Gun, Low pavement
    Joseph Osborne, Anchor, Walnuttree lane
    William Pacy, Red Lion, Gridlesmith gate
    Mrs. Peniston, Eight Bells, Peter square
    Joseph Perry, Ball, Peck lane
    1799. George Pettny, Plough, Beck lane
    Joseph Pickard, Red Rose, Bellar gate
    Thomas Pilkington, Turks Head, Hounds gate
    John Pyatt, Trip to Jerusalem, Brewhouse yard
    John Quinton, Black Lion, Castle gate
    William Ragsdale, Three Crowns, Parliament street
    John Redgate, Loggerheads, Narrow marsh
    Francis Richards, Red Cow, Boot lane
    John Robinson, Sir Thomas White, Carter gate
    Mrs. Roe, Bunkers Hill, Parliament street
    Robert Roe, Gibraltar, New buildings
    William Rowbotham, Flying Horse, Hen cross
    James Scarr, Hole in the Wall, Warser gate
    John Scrooby, Royal Oak, Broad marsh
    Mrs. Selby, White Hart, Narrow marsh
    John Seymour, Seven Stars, Carter gate
    Edward Sharp, Sun, Gridlesmith gate
    Jobn Shaw, Wheat Sheaf, Long row
    Joseph Shaw, Swan, Beastmarket hill
    Thomas Simpson, Town Arms, Trent bridge
    John Simpson, Blackmoors Head, High street
    Mrs. Simpson, Artichoke, Pepper street
    Thomas Smedley, Falcon, Parliament street
    Smedley , Elephant and Castle, Houndsgate
    Edward Smith, Shakspeare, Boot lane
    John Smith, Ball, Broad marsh
    John Spencer, Red Lion, Narrow marsh
    Mrs. Spencer, Bell, Long row
    Nathaniel Stevenson, Eagle and Child, Chapel bar
    Stevenson , Talbot, Long row
    John Stevenson, Queens Head, Hen cross
    Mrs. Sturt, Black Horse, Stoney street
    Nathaniel Sully, Golden Fleece, Fisher gate
    Thomas Sully, Unicorn, Parliament street
    John Summers, Shoulder of Mutton, High street
    John Tebbutt, Britannia, Bearward lane
    John Tilley, Punch Bowl, Middle hill
    John Timms, Crown and Cushion, Blowbladderstreet
    William Tongue, Carpenters^ Arms, Castle gate
    Mrs. Trueman, Noahs Ark, Parliament street
    Mrs. Twells, Horse and Trumpet, Beck barn
    John Tubb, Brick mould, Fisher gate
    Mrs. Ward, Sawyers, Greyfriars gate
    Richard Warsop, Robin Hood, Charlotte street
    Gilbert Wayne, Ram, Long row
    Thomas Welsh, Red Lion, Bridge end
    John Wesson, General Elliot, Goose gate
    Thomas White, Old Parrot, Drury hill
    George Whitfield, Admiral Jarvis, Wheeler gate
    John Whitworth, George and Dragon, Boot lane
    John Wilkins, Flaming Sword, Cherry orchard
    Samuel Wilkinson, Greyhound, Greyfriars gate
    Francis Williamson, New George, Parliament street
    John Wilson, Saracens Head, Boot lane
    Joseph Woolfit, Red Rose, Bearward lane
    Mrs. Wortley, Three Salmons, New buildings
    Joseph Wright, Peacock, Peter gate
    Nathaniel Wright, Golden Ball, Barker gate
    George Wright, Bottle and Glass, Brewhouse yard
    Samuel Wragg, Pheasant, Boot lane.

    * Now known as Mount East street.

    ** This was one of the most ancient houses in the town, and in the reign of John was occupied by a distinguished family of the name of Bugge. It stood at the south west corner of St. Mary gate, and was demolished in 1849.

    *** On the site of the present Police Office.

    **** Provided By Kevan

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