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Pub history including Public Houses, Inns & Taverns of  Oxfordshire in 1939

Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Oxfordshire. The Oxfordshire listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

Here is a start to some of the places in Oxford,

The 1939 Oxford index

Abingdon Arms, Harold James Cudd, 7 Market Street, Oxford
Abingdon Arms, Percival Mattingley, Beckley, Oxford
Albert Arms, Ephraim Arthur George Knight, 40 Albert Street, St Ebbs, Oxford
Albion, Mrs Caroline Curtis, 74 Bridge Street, Banbury
Albion, Mrs Lily E Martin, 11 Littlegate Street, St Ebbs, Oxford
Albion Inn, Albert Fred Williams, 26 Barford Road, Chipping Norton
Allied Arms, Mrs Edith Mary Parker, 76 Rose Hill, Iffley, Oxford
Ampney Cottage, William George Whitton, 172 Cowley Road, Oxford
Anchor, Chas E Coles, Brook Street, Watlington, Oxford
Anchor Hotel, Mrs Emily A Hartwell, 13 New Road, Oxford
Anchor Inn, Walter Meapes, 2 Hayfield Road, St Giles, Oxford
Angel Inn, Hy Samuel Jordan, 41 Market Place, Banbury
Angel, Rd Hy Taylor, Sheep Street, Bicester
Angel, Rd Harold Walker, 42 Market Square, Witney
Apollo, Arth Albert Eyles, 61 St Aldgates, Oxford
Appleforth Arms, Alex Carmichael, Collingwood Road, Risinghurst, Headington, Oxford
Argyll, Hy Chas Royle, 15 Market Place, Henley on Thames



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