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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

Dashwood Arms, Arthur Edwin Steele, Kirtlington, Oxford
Dewdrop Inn, Jas Hy Vallis, 258 Banbury Road, Oxford
Dog, Leon Dupont, Oxford Road, Kidlington, Oxford
Dog Inn, Sidney William Ruffhead, Rotherfield Peppard, Henley on Thames
Dog & Duck, Chas Fras Carey, Highmore Cross, Henley on Thames
Dog & Gun, Albert Edward Kilby, North Bar, Banbury
Dog & Partridge, Mrs Nora Beatrice Browning, Adderbury West, Banbury
Dolphin Inn, Frederick Barnett, Wigginton, Banbury
Dolphin & Anchor, Frederick Watts, 43 St Aldates Street, Oxford
Dunnington Arms, Frank Abbey, 149 Howard Street, Cowley St John, Oxford
Duke of Cambridge, Mrs Alice Rosa Hudson, 5 Little Claredon Street, St Giles, Oxford
Duke of Cumberlands Head, Frederick Thomas Hioras, Clifton, Oxford
Duke of Edinburgh, Frank Walton, 76 St Clements Street, Oxford
Duke of Monmouth, Albert Edward Hogg, 260 Abingdon Road, Oxford
Duke of Wellington, William Ernest Jordan, 101 Warwick Road, Banbury
Duke of York, Chas Sturrage, 21 New Street, St Ebbs, Oxford
Dukes Head, William Hunt, 41 & 43 Duke Street, Henley on Thames
Dun Cow, William Hy Fowler, Hornton, Banbury
Dun Cow, Thomas Arthur Gascoigne, Steeple Aston, Oxford
Dun Cow, Mrs Lilian Ada Lay, Northmoor, Oxford


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