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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 1834 Dearden Tavern directory N - Z

    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.

    INNKEEPERS, HOTELS, TAVERNS, AND VICTUALLING HOUSES
    Nags Head, John Smith, Mansfield road
    Nag’s Head, William Barwick, Stoney street
    Navigation Inn, John Manby, Wilford street
    Neptune Tavern, John Hampson, Brook street
    New George, John Hodgkinson, Warsergate
    News House, Henry Cross, James’s street
    News House, Wm. Cheshire, Leen side
    Nottingham Arms, Thomas Woods, Plumptre square
    Nottingham Arms, Benjamin Richards, Trent bridge
    Nottingham Castle, William F linders, Carter gate
    Old Angel, John Billings, High pavement
    Old Angel, John Buxton, Sto- ' ney street
    Old Plough, John Woolley, Beck lane
    Old Robin Hood, Joseph Foster, Hockley
    Old Rose Revived, Thomas Waldram, Bellar gate
    Peach Tree, William Hill, Parliament street
    Peacock, Joseph Johnson, Peter’s gate
    Peacock Tavern, Wm. Gell, Pelham street
    Pea Hen, Thomas Scotney, Peter's church side
    Pheasant, John Grant, Charlotte street
    Plough and Harrow, John Whitworth, Mansfield road
    Plough and Sickle, Ann Col. lishaw, Broad street
    PosternGate, Chas. Johnson, Middle pavement
    Poplar Tree, Benjamin Pear_ son, Poplar place
    Poultry Hotel, John Cressey, Poultry
    Punch Bowl, Thomas Stubbs, Peck lane
    Queen Caroline, John Guzler, Charlotte street
    Ram Inn, Lewis Wilson, Long row
    Ranclifl'e Arms, John Lee, Sussex street
    Ranclifl‘e Tavern, John Dennis, Gedling street
    Red Lion, George Dann, Narrowmarsh
    Red Lion, Thomas Ward, Plumptre square
    Rein Deer, William Chester, Wheeler gate
    Robin Hood and Little John, John Westmoreland, Mansfield road
    Rose, John Knowles, Mount street
    Rose and Crown, W. Redfern, Spaniel row
    Rose Tavern, John Clayton, Bridlesmith gate
    Royal Oak, William Green, Chapel bar
    Royal Oak, John Hodgkinson, Broadmarsh
    Royal Children, Samuel Scott, St. Nicholas’s street
    Royal Arch Druid, Wm. Swindell, Listergate
    Salutation, William Bagshaw, St. Nicholas’s street
    Sawyers’ Arms, William Wildgust, Lister gate
    Seven Stars, Samuel Stan, Barker gate
    Shakspeare, Robert Shelton, Mansfield road
    Ship Tavern, Nathaniel Trafford Warren, Pelham st
    Shoulder of Mutton, John Rushton, High street
    Shoulder of Mutton, Samuel Hooper, Smithy row
    Shoulder of Mutton, Godfrey Foster, Barker gate
    Sinker Makers’ Arms, Charles Potts, Carter gate
    Sir Francis Burdett, Richard Kendall, Mount street
    Sir Isaac Newton,John Beardsall, Howard street, Glass' house street
    Sir John Borlaee Warren, W. Foster, Old st
    Sir Thomas Denman, William Daniel, outside Chapel bar
    Sir Thomas White, John Gibson, Carter gate ,
    Stag and Pheasant, G. an, rison, Butcher st
    Stag and Hounds, George Leventon, Count st
    Star, James Gibson, Peter’s square
    Star and Garter, Rebecca Dabell, Narrow marsh
    Struggler, Robert Smith, Tollhouse hill
    Spread Eagle, Ann Chapman, Long row
    Swan Inn, Thomas Flower, Beastmarket hill
    Talbot Inn, William Hopkin, Long row
    Ten Bells, Charles Eaton, Knotted alley
    Three Crowns, Edw. Daniels, Parliament st
    Three Horse Shoes, John Orme, Derby road
    Three Tuns, Richard Rutland, \‘Varser gate
    Tiger’s Head, William Leeson, Narrow marsh
    Trent Bridge Inn, Mary Chapman, Trent bridge
    Union Inn, Thomas Simons Cooper, Trent bridge
    Unicorn, William Palethor-pe, Milton street
    Walnut Tree, William Gilberthorpe, Mortimer st
    Wheat Sheaf, William Dodsley, Long row
    White Hart, JOhn Harrison, Parliament Street
    White Hart, Samuel Stanfield, York Street
    White Lion Hotel, William Smith, clumber Street
    White Lion, Carver Savage, Hollow Stone
    William the Fourthm William Dabell, Long row
    Windmill Tavern, Titus Becroft, Market Street
    Woolpack, Benjamin Mayo, Sussex Street


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