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Holdens London 1805 Directory of taverns etc - K.

An alphabetical listing by surname of Holdens London 1805 Directory of taverns, inns, wine and brandy merchants etc. it also includes parts of Essex, Kent and Surrey.

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John Kane, Grey Eagle, Grey Eagle street, Spitalfields
Edward Kavannah, Compasses, 19 New street, Shadwell dock
John and daniel Kay, wine merchants, 5 Aldersgate street
Francis Keary, the Prince of Wales, Great Pearl street, Spitalfields
T Keen, Brunswick Arms, Brunswick street, Blackfriars
George Keene, Wheatsheaf, Pursers Cross, Fulham
George Keenor, the George, Forsters buildings, Whitecross street
Robert Kelday, Green Man and Bell, Darkhouse lane, Billingsgate
J D Kelly, wine vaults, 9 Princes street, Soho
Charles Kelly, Searles Coffee house, Carey street, Lincolns inn
John Kelly, victualler, 19 Rupert street
John Kelly, Duke of Clarence, 302 Rotherhithe street
Daniel Kelly, Monmouth Head, Castle street, Leicester square
_ Kellt, the Mitre, Deptford bridge
Kemp and Hoyt, wine, rum and brandy merchants, 77 Mark lane
Edward Kemp, Red Lion, corner of Red Lion street, Whitechapel
Stephen Kemshead, Golden Cross Tavern, Charing Cross
N Kendall, Thatched House, Holloway down, Stratford
John Kendall, Fox and Anchor, 18 Charterhouse lane
Mrs Kennard, Old Hummums Hotel, Covent garden
James Kennedy, the Seven Stars, Pepper alley, London bridge
John Kennington, the Angel, Edmonton lane
Robert Kent, Lion and Lamb Inn, Kingston
George Kent, victualler, 42 Wapping
James Kent, the Bear, 59 St Johns street
Thomas Kent, victualler, York place, Battersea fields
John Kentish, victualler, 14 Prospect place, St Georges fields
Francis Kerridge, King of Prussia, Church end, Finchley
Edward Kershaw, Kings Head, 40 Newgate street
Thomas Kershaw, the Bell, 69 St Johns street
George Kershaw, White Hart Inn, St Johns street
John Kew, wine and brandy merchant, 11 Old Palace yard, Westminster
Alex Key, wine merchant, 45 Leicester square
J Kibble, Crown and Cushion, High street, Woolwich
Charles Kigell, the Blue Posts, Southampton building
_ Kightley, the Admiral Duncan, Tooley street
G Kilby, Red Lion, 52 Shoe lane, Holborn
W Mc Kimmon, the Feathers, Charles court, Strand
G T King, wine and brandy merchant, 21 Pudding lane
George King, wine and brandy merchant, Falcon street, Aldersgate street
I J King, White Bear Inn and Tavern, Basinghall street
Daniel King, the Kings Arms and hand Inn, 154 Bermondsey street
John King, Woolpack, Merritts building, Bishopsgate street without
John King, victualler, 50 Lower Brook street, Grosvenor square
John King, wine vaults, Curtain road, Shoreditch
Robert King, victuaaller, 134 Jermyn street, St James's
Nathan King, the Sun, Great Sutton street, Clerkenwell
_ King, Bunch of Grapes, 50 Curzon street, Mayfair
Mrs King, Butchers Arms, Hollis street, Clare market
G King, the Coach and Horses, Brewer street, Golden square
Thomas King, Golden Key, Tenter alley, Little Moorfields
Francis King, Blacksmiths Arms, Lower East Smithfield
Sarah Kings, Bear and Ragged Staff, 71 West Smithfield
Richard Kinnard, wine and brandy merchant, the Grapes, Brompton yard
Samuel Kinsey, wine and brandy merchant, 160 Swallow street, Piccadilly
Stephen Kinsey, British Imperial Hotel, and wine merchant, Tavistock row, Covent garden
Charles Kipling, Black Boy and Tankard, St Catherines lane
George Kirby, Catherine Wheel, Church street, Kensington
John Kirk, White Bear Inn and Coffee house, Piccadilly
Robert Kirkaldy, the Ship, Lower Shadwell
William Kitchen, Black Prince, Princes road, Lambeth
William Kitchen, Wheatsheaf, Lower Grosvenor place, Pimlico
Joseph Kitchen, Windmill, Gosweell street
John Knight, Angel and Sugar Loaf, Butchers row, East Smithfield
William Knight, victualler, 18 Vere street, Clare market
William Knight, victualler, 6 South street, West square
James Knight, Grey Coat Boy and Bunch of Grapes, Great Peter street, Westminster
Francis Knight, Green Dragon, Mimms, Barnet
Solomon Knobel, wine merchant, 68 South Audley street, Grosvenor square
John Knowland, Queens Head, 12 Whitecross street
I Knowles, Maltman and Shovel, Hammersmith
William and John Knowlys, wine merchanst and brokers, 17 Mincing lane
John Knox, victualler, Bear yard, Lincolns inn fields
_ Krosch, Dover Castle, 15 Goodmans hill, Goodmans fields

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