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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 1834 Dearden Tavern directory A - M

    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.

    Admiral Duncan, William Redgate, Clumber street
    Air Balloon, Joseph Dore, Mounteast street
    Alderman Wood, Thomas Barker, Charlotte street
    Anchor, Joseph Kendall, Walnut tree lane
    Apollo Tavern, John Farmer, Houndsgate
    Ancient Druid, Thomas Hardy, Newcastle street
    Artichokes, Thomas Pilkington, Highcross street
    Ball, James Clay, Coalpit In
    Ball, John Hilton, Peck laue
    Beehive, Isaac Packer, Beck street
    Barley Mow, Elizabeth Goodrich, Weekday cross
    Bell Tavern, Hannah Barnes, Penel‘s ard
    Bell, Wm. Clark, Angel row
    Bird in Hand, Thomas Haskard, Sheep lane
    Black Boy Inn, Joseph Fenton, Long row
    Black Bull, James Horrocks, Chapel bar
    Black Horse, Richard Cop_ pock, Stoney street
    Black Swan, Harriet Buller, Goose gate
    Black Lion, M. Ann Harvey, Coalpit lane
    Black‘s Head, William Pick, Broadmarsh
    Black Lion, George Mann, Castle gate
    Blucher, Chas. Cotton, Chandlers lane _
    Blue Bell, John Wood, Parliament street
    Bowling Green, Thos. Palev thorpe, Canal street
    Brittannia, J. Day, Mount st
    Bull's Head, Joseph Wilson, Fisher gate
    Bugle Horn, William Pass, Ruml'ord street
    Bunkers Hill, Sarah Holmes, Bunkers hill
    Butchers' Arms, John Dutch, Newcastle street
    Canal Inn, James Hickling, London road
    Carpenters' Arms, John Hickman, Mansfield road
    Carrington Arms, Geo. Barker, Carrington street
    Coach and Horses, Wm. Jack_ son, Mansfield road
    Coopers' Arms, Geo. Tooty, Platt street
    Colonel Hutchinson, Thomas Pritchard, Castle terrace
    County Tavern, Thos. Harrison, High pavement
    Crickett Players, Mary Inglesant, Barker gate
    Crown and Cushion Tavern, George Buck, Market street
    Crown and Anchor, John Harrison, Snenton street
    Crown Inn, Mary Roberts, Long row
    Cross Keys, Isaac Willatt, Mary gate
    Cross Keys, Thomas Ratclifl'e, Byard lane
    Crown and Anchor, George Handley, Bridge street
    Derby Arms, Samuel Kerry, Long row
    Dog and Bear, John Pratt, Bridlesmith gate
    Dog and Pheasant, Joseph Mellows, Castle gate
    Dog and Gun, Henry Blundell, Low pavement
    Dolphin, Thomas Birch, outside Chapel bar
    Dove and Rainbow, Joseph Oakland, Parliament street
    Duke of York, Wm. Clarkson, York street
    Hearty Good Fellow, Edward Thurman, Mount street
    Highland Laddie,John Woodhouse, York street
    Hope and Anchor, Samuel Vincent, Parliament st
    Horse & Groom, John Bower, Clumber st
    Horse and Chaise, Thomas Smith, Millstone lane
    Horse and Groom, William Porter, Peter gate
    Horse and Trumpet, George Cox, Trumpet street
    Huntsman’s Tavern, James ,Hodson, Old street
    Jolly Angler, Wm. Hampson, Bellar gate
    Jolly Colliers, George Thorpe, Mansfield road
    King’s Arms, Patrick Potts, Woolpack lane
    King’s Head, John and Robert Green, Narrow marsh '
    King’s Head, William Greensmith, Three Salmons’ yd
    King’s Head, Samuel Barton, Chapel bar
    King George on Horseback, John Franks, King street, Woolpack lane
    Kingstone’s Arms, Ann Ely, Parliament street
    Loggerheads, John Hurstfield, Narrow marsh
    Leopard, Samuel White, Tollhouse hill .
    Lord Nelson, William Hart, Carlton st
    Leg of Mutton, David Watts, Millstone lane
    Leather Bottle, Wm. Laughton, Hockley
    Lord Byron, David Kemp, Narrow marsh
    Malt Cross, Joseph Mart, James’s street
    Masons’ Arms, John Dutton, Glasshouse street
    Marquis of Granby, William Morley, Drury hill
    Maypole, J. Hardy, Long row
    Milton's Head, Thos. Rowell, Derby road
    Milton’s Head Inn, Thomas Pitchfork, Milton street

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