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Thame 1911 pub history census summary

Thame pub history index

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.

Thame 1911 pub history census summary

Dis 14
The Royal Oak, Moreton, Yeldham

Dis 15
The Birdcage, Cornmarket, Blood
The Anchor, Cornmarket, Martin
Oxford Arms, Cornmarket, Plumridge
Saracens Head Hotel, High street, Adams
The Bull, High street, Fowler
The Bell, High street, Cast
Red Cow, Aylesbury road, Plunkett
Greyhound, North street, Brown
Britannia, North street, Pember
Two Brewers, North street, Griffiths
Wheatsheaf, North street, Young

Dis 16
Cross Keys, 1 Park street, Gurney
Red Lion beerhouse, 33 Park street
Four Horse Shoes, 47 Park street
Plough, Priests End, Chavasse
The Falcon, Park street, Taylor
The Wenman Arms, 67 Park street, C Hawkes
The Six Bells, 44 High street, Holland
The Rising Sun, 25 High street, Dover
The Fox, 41 Upper High street, Youens
Nags Head, 43 Upper High street, Arnold
Black Horse, 11 Corn Market, Dunk
The Spread Eagle Hotel, 15, 16 and 17 Corn Market, Lidington
The Abingdon Arms, 21 Corn Market, Hearne
The Fighting Cocks, 1 High street, Howlett

Dis 10
Half Moon, 7 Wellington street, Soanes
Star & Garter, 8 Lythorpe Terrace, Wells
Jolly Sailor, Wellington street, Jackson



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