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Holdens London 1811 Directory of taverns etc - WYZ

An alphabetical listing by surname of Holdens London 1811 Directory of taverns, inns, wine and brandy merchants etc. it also includes parts of Essex, Kent and Surrey.

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Wiggins and Lynn, Globe brewhouse, Compton street, Clerkenwell
William Wightman, The Old Intrepid Fox, Wardour street, Soho
John Wigley, Merlins Museum, Spring gardens
Thomas Wild, wine and brandy vaults, Spur street, Leicester square
William Wild, Hartford Arms, Little Grosvenor street
William Wilde, the Rose wine vaults, 26 Cursitor street
John Wilkinson, Dukes Head, Priests alley, Tower street
Martha Wilkinson, Black Horse wine vaults, 5 Tichborn street, Haymarket
Sarah Wilkinson, Crown & Sceptre, High Bridge, Greenwich
Mrs Wilkinson, publican, Tichborn street, Haymarket
John Willan, inn keeper and coach proprietor, Bull and Mouth Inn, Bull and Mouth street
Thomas Willan, Blue Last, Distaff lane
Robert Willavise, Red Cow, Charterhouse lane
G Williams, White Lion tavern, 1 Talbot court, Gracechurch street
George Williams, publican, 10 Little Charlotte street, Blackfriars road
John Williams, Angel Inn, St Clements Hotel and Coffee House, Strand
John Williams, wine & brandy vaults, 78 Aldgate
John Williams, victualler, 113 St John street
Matthew Williams, chinaman, 66 high Holborn - pub ?
Mary Williams, Marquis of Granby, Kemps row, Pimlico
Richard Williams, victualler, 137 Houndsditch
S Williams, Windsor Castle, 152 High Holborn
Thomas Williams, Coopers Arms, 9 Strutton ground, Westminster
T Williams, publican, Kennings buildings, Rotherhithe
Thomas Williams, Adam and Eve, Swan lane, Rotherhithe
William Williams, the Kings Arms, Vere street, Oxford street
William Williams, the Jolly Wheelers, Woodford bridge, Essex
William Williams, Spread Eagle, Limehouse causeway
William Williams, wine vaults, 92 High Holborn
_ Williams, the Two Brewers, Shoe lane
Liddy Williamson. the Ship, 12 Lower Shadwell
John Williamson, publican, New Gravel lane, Shadwell
Robert Williamson, British wine vaults, 235 Upper Shadwell
James and William Willis, Thatched House tavern, St James's street
Samuel Willman, Old Barley Mow, Duke street, Grosvenor square
Wills Coffee house and Hotel, S Green, Serle street
Thomas Wills, Red Lion, Horsleydown
John Willsdon, publican, Mill yard, Wapping
Humphrey Willson, Cambrian Coffee house, 12 Castle street, Leicester square
William Willson, Red Lion, Phoenix street, Spitalfields
James Wilson, Watermans Arms, Dog and Bear yard, Southwark
P Wilson, Greenland fishery, 6 Wapping wall
Richard Wilson, Jamaica Coffee house, Cherry garden street, Bermondsey
Sarah Wilson, Bell Inn, Bromley, Kent
Samuel Wilson, Ship and Chequers, Sun Tavern fields, Shadwell
Thomas Wilson, White Hart, 191 Drury lane
John Wilt, wine and brandy vaults, 125 Leadenhall street
George Wiltshire, Kings Head tavern, Poultry
George Windsor, Two Brewers, Maid lane, Southwark
John Winkfield, vintner, 264 Tottenham Court road
William Winmill, Coal Exchange eating house, 13 Little Eastcheap
Edward Winspar, Red Lion and Spread Eagle, Whitechapel
Thomas Winstone, Robin Hood, Great Windmill street
Joseph Winter, publican, 29 Great Peter street, Westminster
James Wise, wine vaults, Cherry garden street, Bermondsey
Thomas Wise, the George, Brook street, Holborn
John Wiseman, the Prince of Brunswick, Brunswick street, Blackfriars road
Robert Wiseman, the Red Lion, Shoe lane
Henry Wissendon, Nags Head Inn, Borough
Barnet Wittwe, victualler, 24 Well street, Wellclose square
Charles Wolker, Green Man Tavern, Blackheath
Ann Wood, Cheshire Cheese, Grosvenor row, Chelsea
Henrietta Wood, White Hart, 213 Upper Thames street
Joseph Wood, Artillery Brewhouse, Westminster
Mary Wood, victualler, 117 Upper East Smithfield
Richard Wood, Dog and Duck, Tottenham Court road
Richard Wood, the French Horn, Dulwich
Robert Wood, victualler, Greengate, Hackney road
William Wood, the White Horse, Romford road
William Wood, the Swan and Horse Shoe, 85 Grays inn lane
Mrs Wood, Spread Eagle, Kennington lane
Thomas Woodcock, Peacock, Grays Inn lane
Mary Woodney, Welsh Trooper, Bankside
John Woodroffe, Mansion House Coffee house, 3 Mansion House street
Thomas Woodrow, Harp and Crown, Warwick street, Golden square
John Woodruff, Swan, Rose lane, Ratcliffe Cross
Joseph Woodward, Bunch of Grapes, 45 Portpool lane
Richard Woodward, The Old Two Brewers, Spital street, Spitalfields
Susannah Woodward, Richards Coffee house, 8 Fleet street
Thomas Woodward, Kings Head, Merton
John Wooll, Magpie and Stump, 118 Newgate street
Thomas Woollard, Crab Tree, 38 Tottenham Court road
Mary Woollatt, the Dukes Head, Robinsons lane, Chelsea
Isaac Woolmore, the Black Bull, St Johns street
John Woolsgrove, the Robin Hood, Robinhood court, Shoe lane
Worcester Coffee house, Oxford street, Goden & Co
Abraham Worley, Andertons Coffee house and tavern, Fleet street
Edward Worsfold, Rose and Crown, Dean street, Soho
Thomas Worthey, publican, 227 Rotherhithe street
John Worton, victualler, 11 Worship street, Shoreditch
J Wouldham, Ordnance Arms, Lime kilns, Greenwich
John Wren, the Swan, Kensington Gravel Pits
C Wright, Globe tavern, Fleet street
Henrietta Wright, King of Prussia, Blue Anchor yard, Rosemary lane
John Wright, the Checquers, Saffron street, Saffron hill
J Wright, victualler, 66 Cow cross street
Richard Wright, Coach and Horses, High street, Woolwich
Richard Wright, the Four Swans inn, Bishopsgate within
Thomas Wright, the Castle, 26 Castle street, Holborn
Thomas Wright, King Henry the Eighth, Mile end road
William Wright, Brown Bear, Moorfields
William Wright, the Tower, Tower street, Seven dials
William Wright, the Griffin, East street, Red Lion square
William Wyatt, Rising Sun, Printers place, Bermondsey
C Wyatt, George and Dragon, Balham hill
Henry Wyatt, brewer, Sun brewhouse, Portpool lane
William Wykes, windmill Inn, St Johns street
Mary Wyott, Kings Arms, 104 Holborn hill

George Yarrington, victualler, Vineyard walk, Clerkenwell
Joseph Yates, Ship Tavern, Greenwich
Henry Yeates, the Clown, Islington road
William Yerworth, wine vaults, 23 Princes street, Westminster
William York, publican. 38 Broad street, Wapping
Adam Young, Norfolk hotel, Surrey street, Strand
Jasper Young, Tiger, Mason hill, Bromley, Kent

John Zieraw, Orange Coffee house, Queens place, Chelsea


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