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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 1818 1820 Pigots Taverns & 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.

    Nottingham 1818 Pigots

    Taverns and Public Houses.
    Admiral Duncan, William Denham, Clumber street
    Admiral Jarvis, Edw. Daniels, Wheeler gate
    Ancient Druid, John Burtor, Newcastle street
    Anchor, Joseph Kendal, Walnut tree lane
    Angel (old) Joseph Morris, Warser gate
    Angel (old) John Billing, High pavement
    Artichokes, Thomas Pilkington, Broad street
    Angel (old) Jonathan Burrows, Stoney street
    Ball, Edward Brewin, Coalpit lane
    Balloon, Riobard Hard, Mount East street
    Barley Mow, T. Goodburn, Narrow marsh
    Barley Mow, Eliz. Goodrich,Weekday cross
    Bear and Dog, John Pratt, Bridlesmith gate
    Beehive, Luke Goodhead, Beck barn
    Bell, Samuel Barrett, Long row
    Bell, William Clark, Beast market Hill
    Bell, John Wood, Parliament street
    Bird in Hand, Samuel Spencer, Sheep lane
    Black Bull, John Cook, Chapel bar
    Black Horse, David Cresswell, Stoney street
    Black Lion, George Boot, Coalpit lane
    Black Swan, Joseph Buller, Goose gate
    Blue Ball (old) Joseph Parry, Peck lane
    Blue Ball, William Page, Castle gate
    Blue Bell, Joseph Barker, Broad marsh
    Bowling Green, Thomas Palethorp, Canal street
    Britannia, Edward Sharman, Mount street
    Brown Bear, (old) John Wilson, Long row
    Bugle Horn, John Moore, Commercial row
    Bulls Head, William Burbeg, Fisher gate
    Bunkers hill, Sam. Holmes, Parliamcnt street
    Canal Inn, Thomas Smith, Lecn bridge
    Carpenters Arms, Ann Norton, Mansfield road
    Castle Arms, George Mann, Castle gate
    Coach & Horses, Sam. Holland, Mansfield road
    Colonel Wardle, Henry Cross, Hounds gate
    Cricket Players, William Inglesant, Barker gate
    Cross Keys, Ann Thorp, Uyard lanc
    Cross Keys fold) I. Willett, St. Marys gate
    Crown and Anchor, John Green, Bridge street
    Crowu & Anchor, J. Harrison, Sncnton street
    Crowu 8c Cushion, John Timms, Market street
    Crown Inn, Richard Roberts, Long row
    Derby Arms, John Gibson, Long row
    Diogenes, William Archer, Hounds gate
    Dog & Gun, John Marlow, Low pavement
    Dolphin, John Hoyls, Chapel bar
    Dove and Rainbow, Sarah Maltby, Parliament street
    Duke of Wellington, John Yeomans, Warser gate
    Duke of York, Joseph Dennis, York street
    Durham Ox, John Farrends, Pclham street
    Eclipse, William Sheet, Chapel bar
    Eight Bells, John Jefferys, St. Peters gate
    Feathers, Robert Crane, Exchange
    Filo de Puta, Row. Richards, Mansfield road
    Flaming Sword, Thos. Allum, Red street
    Fox, Philip Hunt, Snenton street
    Fox and Crown, John Wiadson, York street
    Fox and Hounds, Hustwaite Dymock, Carter gate
    Framework Knitters Arms, Mary Winfield, Lister gate
    Gate, Mary Mould, Brewhouse yard
    George & Dragon, James Worth, Long row
    George & Dragon, Thos. Fish, North street
    Globe, William Shaw, Poynton street
    Goat, John Cummins, Platt strcet
    Goat Head, George Porter, Pump street
    Golden Ball, Francis Talbot, Long row
    Golden Cock, Philip Lees, Old street ,
    Golden Cross, William Gell, Market street
    Golden Fleece, Chas Hcald.Middle pavement
    Golden Fleece, W. Baldwin, Pcnnyfoot lane
    Good Woman, William Thorp, Carter gate
    Green Dragon, Rich. Hopkinson, Friar lane
    Greyhound, John Newton, Castle gate
    Half Moon, Thomas Cockayne, Carter gate
    Hare and Hounds, W.Topley, Maynell row
    Hearty Goodfellow, Thomas Kirk, Mount street
    Hope & Anchor, John Storer, Parliamcnt street
    Horse and Chaise, Chas. Bromley, Millstone lane
    Horse and Groom, Geo. Smith, Clumber street
    Horse & Groom, Joseph Johnson, St. Peters square
    Horse and Trumpet, John Cox, Tmmpet street
    Jolly Angler, Elizabeth Lomas, Bellar gate
    Kings Arms, James Shaw, Toll house Hill
    Kingston Arms, Thos. Ely, Pariiament street
    Kingston Arms, William Henson, Woolpack lane
    King George on Horseback, Edward Beardsail, King street
    Kings Head, Thomas Bodill, Chapel bar
    Kings Head, Thos. Barker, Narrow marsh
    Leather Bottle, John Alcock, Hockley
    Leg of Mutton, Hugh Owen, Millstone lane
    Leopard, Charles Shaw, Toll house Hill
    Lion and Unicorn, William Woodhouse, Newcastle street
    Logger Heads, Joseph Selby, Narrow marsh
    Lord Nelson, William Jones, Carlton street
    Malt Cross, William Raven, St. James street
    Marquis of Granby, J. Hedderly, Drury hill
    Masons Arms, William Underwood, Glasshouse lane
    MiltonsHead, James Sfnpleton, Derby road
    Miltons Head, William Parkin, Milton street
    Navigation Inn, Robert Procter, Wilford street
    New George, Elizabeth Ward, Warser gate
    News House, R. Cartwright, Leen side
    News House, Catharine Ward, St. James street
    Oddfellows Arms, J. Cooper, New Radford
    Peach Tree, John Keetley, Parliament street
    Peacock, Ann Thompson, Pelham street
    Peacock,Samuel Ireland, St. Peters Church
    Peahen, John Bartlctt, Church side
    Pheasant, Joseph Morley, Charlotte street
    Plough, John Wooley, Beck lane
    Plough and Harrow, T. James, Milton street
    Plough and Sickle, James Collishaw, Broad street
    Prince Blucher, Benj Stainland, Chandler fa.
    Poplar Tree, Daniel Bull, Poplar place
    Prince of Wales, John Harston, Count street
    Punch Bowl, Thomas Hart, Barker gate
    Punch Bowl, Richard Tilley, Gamer  hill
    Punch Bowl, Thomas Stnbbs, Pert lane
    Queen Charlotte, J. Oakland, Charlotte street
    Rannliff Arms, J. Brown, Turncalf alley
    Red Lion, Ann Ward, Bridge street
    Red Lion, Mary Denn, Narrow marsh
    Rein Deer, William Chester, Wheeler gate
    Robin Hood, Edward Hanson, Hockley
    Robin Hood and Little John, John Wood, Milton street
    Rose, Joseph Barrowcliff, Mount street
    Rose, Benjamin Carter, Beller gate
    Rose, Samuel Scott, Bridiesmith gate
    Rose and Crown, William Green, Lenton
    Royal Children, T. Haywood, Castle gate
    Royal Oak, fold; J. Barker, Broad marsh
    Royal Oak, Win. Huckeaby, Chapel bar
    Salutation, Joshua Bennett, Jew lane
    Sawyers, Thomas Doubleday, Lister gate
    Shakespear, Robert Shelton, Milton street
    Sherwood Lodge, Elizabeth Pacey, Charlotte street
    Ship, Henry Porter, Pelham street
    Shoulder of Mutton (old) John Norman, Barker gate
    Shoulder of Mutton, J. Brazier, Smithy row
    Shoulder of Mutton, John Perry, High street
    Sinker Makers Arms, B. Bass, Carter gate
    Sir Francis Burdett, R. Kendal, Mount street
    Sir Isaac Newton, J. Rollett, Glasshouse lane
    Sir J. B. Warren, M. Marsh, New Radford
    Sir J. B. Warren, John Potts, Old street
    Sir Thomas White, S. Welch, Carter gate
    Spread Eagle, Robert Chapman, Long row
    Stag & Pheasant, T. Eyres, Butchers street
    Star, Hannah Dutton, Wheeler gate
    Star and Garter, William Williamson, Narrow marsh
    Struggler, Jane Harpliam, Lenton
    Talbot Inn, William Hopkin, Long row
    Ten Bells, Thomas Potts, Narrow marsh
    The Case is Altered, S  Bark, Brook street
    Three Crowns, T. Holmes, Parliament street
    Three Horse Shoes, Luke Davis, Tollhouse Hill ,
    Three Salmons, Francis Middleton, New Buildings
    Three Wheat Sheaves, H. Hopkins, Lenton
    Town Arms, T. Morton, Red Lion square
    Town Arms, Benton, Trent bridge
    Trip to Jerusalem, Samuel Fletcher, Brewhouse yard
    Turks Head, R. Whitworth, Spaniel row
    Union Flag, Isaac Dance, Stoney street
    Unicorn, John Parr, Parliament street
    Volunteer, Ann Lilley, Wood street
    Wheat Sheaf, Ann Astill, Long row
    Wheat Sheaf, John Alcock, New Snenton
    White Hart, John Hopkins, Lenton
    White Hart, John Gray, York street
    White Hart, Thomas Jefford, Parliament street
    White Hart, Joseph Lester, Narrow marsh
    White Horse, R. Collingham, Barker gate
    White Lion, William Fletcher, New Radford
    White Lion, Isaac Hawley, Hollow stone
    White Swan, N. Newton, Beast market Hill
    Windmill, William Wesson, New Radford


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