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

J W Gordon, wine and brandy merchant, Newgate market
Charles Goring, wine and brandy vaults, 9 Clare street, Clare market
Garrat Gorman, brandy vaults, Great Wild street
G Gormon, wine and brandy merchant, Great Wild street, Lincolns inn fields
P G0ornal, wine merchant, Chapel street, Mayfair
John Gosden, Blackmoors Head, Whitcomb street, Charing Cross
William Gosling, wine and brandy merchant, 75 Mark lane
William Goss, wine and brandy vaults, Moor street, Soho
R Gould, New Hog in the Pound, 293 Oxford street
_ Gould, Yorkshire Grey, Cheyne Walk, Chelsea
G Graham, Plough, 44 Whitechapel
John Graham, the Weavers Arms, Tottenham
William Grainger, Kings Head, Little Carter lane, St Pauls
Samuel Grammer, Camden Head, Camden street, Islington
George Granaway, Kings Head, Waltham green
Edw Grant, victualler, 11 Coopers row, Crutched friars
Martha Grant, White Horse, Knightsbridge
T Graveat, Fox and Hounds, Stratford, Essex

Robert Graves, Half Moon, Holloway
Henry Gravestock, Red Lion Inn, High street, Barnet
J and W Gray, wine and brandy merchants, 3 Water lane, Tower street
George Gray, Portland Hotel, Great Portland street
Robert Gray, inn keeper, Bell Sauvage inn, Ludgate hill
Mary Gray, Noahs Ark Inn, 313 Oxford street
George Gray, Goat and Cherry Tree, 103 Golden lane
William Gray, the Whitby town, 57 Wapping Wall
John Gray, White Hart, Romford
Thomas Gray, Bell Inn, Romford
Joseph Gray, the Queens Head, Barking, Essex
M Gray, the Goat, Mitcham common
_ Greathead, Plasterers Arms, Tottenham Court road
Paul Greathead, Coach and Horses, Carnaby street, Golden square
James Green, Wills Coffee house, Serle street, Lincolns Inn fields
William Green, Cannon Coffee house, Cockspur street, Charing Cross
J Green, Half Moon Inn, Borough High street
Ann Green, Kings Arms Inn, Romford
Charles Green, victualler, 42 St James’s street
Thomas Green, the George Inn, Borough High street
T Green, Kings Head, Orchard street, Westminster
_ Green, the Old Fox, Pennington street, Old Gravel lane
Thomas Green, Plough and Arrow, Tooley street
D Greenaway, Three Tuns, Jewry street, Aldgate
John Greenaway, the Hampshire Hog, 410 Strand
Robert Greenaway, Blue Last, Curtain road, Shoreditch
George Greenaway, Rose and Crown, Greenwich road
William Greenhill, Duke of Gloucester, Gloucester court, Whitecross street
Thomas Greenland, the Hope, Dukes Head passage, Newgate street
Samuel Gregory, victualler, Tower hill
George Gregory, the Horse and Dray, New Gravel lane, Shadwell
William Griffiths, wine and brandy merchant, Ram Inn, Smithfield
Robert Griffiths, victualler, 60 Dorset street, Salisbury square
James Griffiths, vintner, 35 Bishopsgate within
William Griffiths, Bell and Horns, High street, Highgate
_ Griggs, wine vaults, Wimpole street, Cavendish square
James Griggs, George and Dragon, New Cross, Surrey
John Grimes, Three Compasses, Little Guildford street, Southwark
Elizabeth Grocott, wine and brandy merchant, 59 Chandos street, Covent garden
Edward Grove, Crown and Anvil, Swan street, Minories
Thomas Grove, Sun, Newman street, Oxford street
Samuel Groves, the Torbay, Princes stairs, Rotherhithe
Philip Grubb, wine merchant, Jamaica Coffee house, St Michaels alley, Cornhill
Thomas Guillod, wine merchant, 3 Cockspur street, Charing Cross
James Gunning, Bricklayers arms, 3 Colt street, Limehouse
John Gunthorpe, Plough Inn, Carey street, Lincolns inn
Mary Gurney, Peels Coffee house and hotel, 178 Fleet street
John Gurney, Lion and Ball, Red Lion street, Holborn
J W Gurney, the Ship, Walcot place, Lambeth
Mrs Gurr, Bull Inn, East Sheen, Surrey
Mrs Guttridge, Swan Tavern, Sloane street
William Guy, wine, spirit and beer merchant, 5 Kings Arms building, Change alley
William Guy, Bell and Crown, Holborn
John Guyer, inn keeper, Saracens Head, Friday street

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