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    UK Pub history research and London historical street directory

    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 1832 Whites Hotels, Inns, and Taverns directory NZ

    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.

    Nags Head, William Barwick, 1, Stoney street
    Nags Head, John Smith, 21, Mansfield terrace
    Navigation Inn, John Mawby, 4 Canal street
    Neptune, Jno. Hampson, Beck street
    New George, William Pilkington, 10, Warsergate
    News House, Thomas Johnson, St. James street
    Nottingham Arms.Benj.Richards, Trent bridge
    Nottingham Castle,William Halford, Cartergate
    Old Admiral Duncan,Thomas Potts, 25, Clumber Street
    Old Angel, John Billings, 12, High Pavement
    Old Angel, Samuel Varney, 5, Stoney street
    Old Cross Keys, Isaac Willatt, 46, St. Marys gate
    Old Kings Head, Samuel Barton, Chapel bar
    Old Peacock, John Cressey, St. Peters gate
    Old Plough, John Woolley, 2.r.,Beck lane
    Old Punch Bowl. Alex. Tomlinson. Garners hill
    Old Rose, Thomas Waldram, Bellargate
    Old Royal Oak, Edw. Nix, Broad marsh
    Old Shoulder of Mutton. George Turner. 3, Barkergate
    Peach Tree, William Hilditch, Parliament street
    Peacock, William Cell. Pelham street
    Peahen, Thos. Scotney, Peters church side
    Pheasant, Jno. Grant,Charlotte street
    Plouch and Harrow, Nathaniel Adgo, Milton street
    Plough & Sickle, Ann Collishaw, 20, Broad street
    Poplar Tree, Thos. Hart, Poplar place
    Postern Gate, Charles Johnson, Weekday cross
    Prince Blucher, William Dabell, Chandlers lane
    Punch Bowl, Thomas Stubbs, Peck lane
    Queen Caroline, John Guyler, 15, Charlotte street
    Queens Head, Gervase Lovatt, Bottle lane
    Ragged Staff, William Millar, Plumptre square
    Ram Inn, William Swanwick, 52, Long row
    Rancliffe Arms, John Lee, Sussex street
    Rancliffe Tavern, Joseph Simpson, Gedling street
    Red Lion, Geo. Dann, Narrow marsh
    Red Lion Inn, Ann Ward, Plumptre square
    Rein Deer, William Chester, Wheelergate
    Robin Hood, Joseph Foster, Coalpit lane
    Robin Hood & Little John, Gervase Tborp, Milton street
    Rose, John Knowles, Mount street
    Rose, Dorothy Potts, 10, Bridlesmithgate
    Royal Children, Josiah Burrows, Nicholas street
    Royal Arch Druid, William Swindell, Listergate
    Royal Oak, William Cooper, I, Chapel bar
    Salutation, William Bagsbaw, Nicholas street
    Sawyers Arms, William Wildgust. Listergate
    Shakspeare, Rt. Shelton, Milton street
    Ship, Nathl. Warren, Pelbam street
    Shoulder of Mutton, Samuel Hooper, 5, Smithy Row
    Shoulder of Mutton, John Rushton, High street
    Sinker Makers Arms, Charles Potts, Cartergate
    Sir Francis Burdett, Rd. Kendall, Mount street
    Sir Isaac Newton, John Beardshall, Howard street
    Sir J. B. Warren, Edw. Henson, Old street
    Sir Thomas White, George Roberts, Cartergate
    Spread Eagle Inn, Rt. Chapman, 35, Long row
    Stag and Hounds, Eliz. Howitt, Caunt street
    Stag and Pheasant, Geo. Harrison, Butcher street
    Star, Jas. Gibson, St. Peters squarestreet
    Star & Garter, John Woodhouse, Narrow marsh
    Stragglers, Joseph Woodhouse, Tollhouse hill
    Talbot, William Hopkin, 35, Long row
    Ten Bells, John Bennett, Narrow marsh
    Three Crowns, Edw. Daniels, 23, Parliament street
    Three Horse Shoes, John Orme, Tollhouse hill
    Three Tuns, William Bailey, 26, Warsergate
    Trent Bridge Inn, Mary Chapman, Trent bridge
    Tigers Head, William Leeson, Narrow marsh
    Trip to Jerusalem, J. F. Bagnall, Brewhouse yard
    Unicorn, William Pailthorpe, Milton street
    Union, Thomas Simons Cooper, Trent bridge
    Wheat Sheaf, Luke Davies, ct. 60, Long row
    White Hart, Joseph Robinson, 22, Parliament street
    White Hart, William Bailey, 42, York street
    White Lion, Carver Savidge, Hollow stone
    White Swan, William Ogle, Beastmarket hill
    Windmill, Rd. Summerfield, Market street
    Woolpack, Benj. Mayo, Sussex street

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