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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 Beer house 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.

    BREWERS (RETAIL) OR BEER HOUSES.
    Abbott Mary (Cherry Tree), Cherry street, Coalpit ane
    Allcock J. (Mortimer's Cave), East street, Platt street
    Alvey William (Traveller's Rest), Sussex street
    Ashmore Charles (Sherwood Tavern), Forest side
    Askew Wm. (Plumber's Arms), Goose gate
    Bannister Moses (Hand and Hearty). Nile street
    Bartlett Thomas (Woodman), Narrow marsh
    Beastall Francis (Longstairs Tavern), Narrow marsh
    Bebbington Joseph. (Three Tuns), Holland street
    Booth Charles (Greyhound), Greyhound street
    Brewitt William (black beer), Beck street
    Briggs William (Stag and Sportsman), Derby road
    Broadhurst Sarah (British Sailor), Carrington street
    Burton Benj. (Jolly Brickmakcrs), Woolpack lane
    Camm Richard. (Little John), Platt street
    Cherry Peter(Coach& Horses), Poultry
    Cole George (The Vine), Newcastle street
    Cook Joseph (Noah’s Ark), Coalpit lane
    Cooper James (Hare), Herbert street
    Cooper Samuel (Bay Horse), Pierrepont street
    Dalby Harriet (Trip to Jerusalem), Brewhouse yard
    Finn Joseph (Fighting Cocks), Greyhound street
    Flint Joseph (Hop Pole), Old Glasshouse lane
    Foster John (Reuben's Head), Walnut tree lane
    Greatorex H. (Seven Stars), Platt street
    Green Alfred John (Sportsman's Tavern), Broad street
    Gregg Joseph (Louis Philip), King street, Woolpack lane
    Gunn Samuel (Rock Tavern), Derby road
    Hallam Francis (Hedge Hog), New Bridge street
    Hallam Thomas (Flaming Sword), Pierrepont street
    Hammond Jane (Britannia), Greyhound street
    Hawley Francis (Crown), Millstone lane
    Holloway Wm. (Rising Sun), Parliament street
    Jackson Samuel (Gate), Field houses
    James S. (Sun hill brewery), Colwick street
    James William (Open Fountain), New Bridge street
    Johnson Henry (Swan and Salmon), St. James's street
    Kelham Richard (Traveller's Rest), Count street
    Kelsall John (Colwick Lodge), Water street
    Ledger J. (Parliament house),Parliament street
    Lineker Samuel (Roebuck), Bridlesmith gate
    Longland William (Lord Ranclifle), Harwood street
    Lovatt Jarvis (Queen Adelaide), Bottle lane
    Marriott William (General Washington),Colwick street, Richmond hill
    Marshall Wm. (Jolly Briton), Island street
    Mason Wm. (Albion House), Leen side
    Mellor Saml. (Castle Tavern), Cross street
    Middleton William (Newstead Abbey), Leen side
    Moore Robert (Huntsman’s Tavern), Broad street
    Moore Sarah (Fox and Goose), Mansfield road
    Moorehouse Thomas (The World‘s End), Warser gate
    Parker William (Full Moon), Gedling street
    Parker William (Rose and Thistle), East street
    Parker Matthew (Sun), Sherwin street, Old Glasshonse lane
    Potter Samuel, Mount east street
    Reddish Charles (Rose and Thistle), Back lane
    Rollett William (Earl Grey), Mansfield road
    Scroop Samuel (William the Fourth), Colwick street
    Shaw Charles (George Canning), Glasshouse street
    Shipley James,_, Clumber street
    Shipton George, _,Mount Hooton
    Smedley William, (Turk’s Head), Crosland st, Narrow marsh
    Smith Francis (Devonshire Arms), Angel row
    Smith William (Rose and Thistle), High cross street
    Stone H. (Peacock), Mount east street
    Storr Samuel (Drury hill Tavern), Drury hill
    Taylor William (The Boat), Island street
    Thurman Thomas (Mulberry Tree), Finkhill street
    Tomlinson Ann (Mortimer's Cave), Pleasant row, Lammas fields '
    Tomlinson William (Stag and Pheasant), William street
    Turner James (Bob Hudson), Glashouse street
    Turner James (Marquis of Anglesea), St. James’s street
    Walker George,_ , Eyre street
    Walker Thomas, _, Parliament street
    Walton James (Sir Walter Scott), Clare street
    Wetherall George,—Drury hill
    Wheatley James C. (Magnet), Bridlesmith gate
    Whitchurch William (Robinson Crusoe), Mansfield road
    Wright William (Twist Machine), Count street


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