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.

Charles Wickham, the Eight Bells, Ironmonger row, Old street
Thomas Wickhurst, victualler, 7 Temple street
William Wiggington, Jacobs Well, Jacobs well passage, Barbican
Jos Wilcox, victualler, 22 Long lane, Smithfield – Original Red Cow
William Wilcox, the White Horse, Parsons green
John and Thomas Wild, wine merchants, 7 Martins lane, Canon street
James Wild, the Ship, Bow street, Covent garden
William Wilde, King of Denmark, 18 Old Bailey
M Wildman, the Nags Head, Islington
George Wilkenson, wine merchant, Kingston
Matthew Wilkes, wine merchant, 3 Brabant court, Philpot lane
John Wilkins, Adams Arms, Conway street, Fitzroy square
James Wilkins, the Weavers Arms, Mint street, Borough
Jno Wilkinson, the Crown and Sceptre Tavern, Greenwich road
Jno Wilkinson, Dukes Head, Priest alley, Tower hill
Elizabeth Wilkinson, the Bible, Great Shire lane, Carey street
James Wilkinson, the Admiral Keppel, and timber merchant, Hoxton
Thomas Wilkinson, Swan with Two Necks, Finchley
Jno Willian, Bull and Mouth Inn, Bull and Mouth street
Jno Willan, the Swan, Upper Clapton
Willans and Judd, wine and brandy merchants, 2 Cross lane
Thomas Willerd, victualler, 8 Great Distaff lane, Cheapside
Benj William, the Cottage, Finchley lane ??
Thomas Williams, wine and brandy merchant, 12 Savage gardens
Thomas Williams, wine and porter merchant, St Peters alley, Cornhill
Williams and Co, wine and brandy merchant, 36 Surrey street, Strand
Thomas Williams, wine merchant, Green street, Enfield highway
A Williams, wine merchant, 311 Wapping
Edw Williams, the Three Morrice Dancers, Old Change
Richard Williams, the Nags Head, 137 Houndsditch
_ Williams, the Woolpack, Corbet court, Gracechurch street
Solomon Williams, victualler, 34 Cable street, Wellclose square
Thomas Williams, the Half Moon Inn, West Smithfield
James Williams, the Duke of York, Frith street, Soho square
Richard Williams, the Feathers, 336 Oxford street
William Williams, victualler, 8 Vere street, Oxford street
Edw Williams, the Duke of Gloucesters Head, 106 Park street, Grosvenor square
Morgan Williams, the Three Compasses, King street, Golden square
Mary Williams, the Three Cups, Bedford street, Bedford row
Giles Williams, the Cock and Bottle, Lambeth walk
F Williams, the Mitre, Broadwall, Blackfriars
William Williams, the Jolly Wheelers, Woodford bridge
Thomas Williams, the White Hart, Whitton, Middlesex
J Williams, the British Constitution, James street, New road
_ Williams, the King and Queen, Rotherhithe street
William Williams, the Wilkes Head, Mill pond street, Bermondsey
Thomas Williams, inn keeper, Edgware
George Williams, the Three Loggerheads, Virginia row, Bethnal green
George Williams, the Queens Head, Charlotte street, Blackfriars road
Mary Williams, the Black Boy, Church street, Greenwich
Robert Williamson, victualler, Water lane, Blackfriars
John Williamson, the Kings Arms, New Gravel lane, Shadwell
G Williamson, the Ship, Lower Shadwell
John and William Willis, Thatched House Tavern, St James street and King street, St James’s
William Willis, Spread Eagle Inn, Wandsworth
William Willoughby, Highbury Assembly House, Highbury grove
William Wills, wine and brandy merchant, 16 Newgate street

Jasper Willsher, the White Bear, 26 Great Eastcheap
Robert willson, the Magdalen, Queens row, Pimlico
Wilson and Edmonds, wine and brandy merchants, 2 Monument yard
Edw Wilson, wine and brandy merchant, 12 Castle street, Leicester square
Richard Wilson, wine merchant, 20 Great Eastcheap
James Wilson, wine merchant, 60 Mansel street, Goodmans fields
Alex Wilson, wine merchant, 20 Mansel street, Goodmans fields
Wilson and Son, brandy merchants, 111 Newgate street
_ Wilson, the Bell Inn, Bromley, Kent
T Wilson, Edinburgh ale vaults, 332 Strand
William Wilson, Alfreds Head, Union street, Bishopsgate Without
_ Wilson, victualler, Bruton place, Berkeley square
Humphrey Wilson, the Bear, Bear street, Leicester square
William Wilson, Northumberland arms, Tottenham Court road
James Wilson, at the Horse and Groom, Portugal street, Lincolns Inn fields
Avery Wilson, victualler, 265 Bermondsey street
S Wilson, the Old Parrs Head, Old street
William Wilson, Red Lion, Phoenix street, Spitalfields
J Wilson, the bells, Old Pye street, Westminster
Samuel Wilson, Admiral Vernon, New Nicholl street, Shoreditch
William Wilson, the Plough, Homerton
Sarah Wilson, the Rose, Sandy end, Kings roadm Chelsea
Mrs Wilson, the Snow Shoe, Royal Hospital row, Chelsea
John Wilson, the White Horse, Ilford, Essex
Edw Wilson, the Three Pigeons, Hammersmith
James Wilson, the Cavern, Greenwich
George Wilson, the Coopers arms, Tower street, St Georges fields
Charles Wilson, the Kings Arms, Princes street, Lambeth
John Wilson, the Ship, Shakspeare walk, Shadwell
William Wilson, victualler, 93 Wapping
Mrs Wilson, the Cavern, Blackheath hill
John Wilt, wine and brandy merchant, 150 Leadenhall street
Luke Eilthew, the Kings Head Tavern, Upper street, Islington
N Wiltshire, the Blue Posts, Haymarket
Wiltshire and Marriott, vintners, 25 Poultry
_ Winckleman, the Eagle and Child, St Martins le Grand
William Windham, victualler, 11 Shad Thames
_ Wingfield, the Three Elms, Great St Ann street, Westminster
Moses Wingrove, wine merchant, 20 Houghton street, Clare market
William Winkfield, wine and brandy merchant, 34 Long acre
Thomas Winstone, victualler, 14 Great Windmill street
P Winter, the White Stag, Vine court, Spitalfields
Thomas Winter, the Spotted Dog, Westbourn green, Paddington
A Wintle, the Red Lion, 94 Whitechapel
Charles Wipperman, the Black Boy, Lower east Smithfield
Thomas Wise, the Three Compasses, 146 High Holborn
J Wiseman, the Red Lion, Broadwall, Blackfriars
Robert wiseman, wine vaults, 16 Newcastle court, Strand
Wissenden and Jeffery, the Nags Head Inn, High street, Borough
Mary Witham, victualler, 10 St Andrews hill
William Withers, the Coach and Horses, New Palace yard, Westminster
William Witt, the Yorkshire Grey, Bonds stables, Fetter lane
Charles Witton, the Rose and Crown, Enfield highway
Jno Wollaston, wine and brandy merchant, 11 York street, Covent garden
Robert Wood, wine and spirit merchant, 79 Wapping wall
M Wood, Lincolns Inn Coffee house, 288 Strand
Harriet Wood, White Hart tea gaerdens, Old Brompton
George Wood, the Black Horse, Kingsland road
Michael Wood, the Coach and Horses, Mile End
John Wood, the Cock and Bell, 211 Whitecross street
Eliz Wood, victualler, 15 Maze Pond, southwark
George Wood, victualler, 109 Wapping
Richard Wood, the French Horn, Dulwich
Samuel Wood, the White Hart, Market street, WEstminster
William Wood, victualler, 12 Great Wild street, Lincolns inn fields
George Wood, the Ship, Artillery lane, Bishopsgate street
Robert Wood, the Cheshire Cheese, Grosvenor row, Chelsea
Eliz Woodcock, the Britannia, Bottle alley, Bishopsgate Without
Jno Woodgate, victualler, Crown court, wapping
Thomas Woodland, the Bunch of Grapes, Pollen street, Hanover square
Thomas Woodman, the Kings Head Inn, Merton, Surrey
Jno Woodney, victualler, 25 Wigmore street, Cavendish square
Jno Woodroffe, the White Lion, Shadwell market, Shadwell
John Woodrow, victualler, Newton street, Holborn
William Woods, Georges and Six Clerks Coffee house, Chancery lane
Susannah Woodward, Richards Coffee house and Hotel, 8 Fleet street
Stephen Woodward, Bull and Axe, 11 John street, Oxford street
Joseph Woodward, the Bunch of Grapes, Piazza, Covent garden
Jno Woodward, the George, 25 Old Bailey
Jno Woodward, victualler, 50 Lambs Conduit street
_ Woodward, the Kings arms, Orchard street, Westminster
Thomas Woodward, the Plume of Feathers, Deptford bridge
William W0oodzell, the Ship and Boar, Cock lane, Shoreditch
James Woolford, Northumberland Arms, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster
Jno Wooll, the Magpie and Stump, 118 Newgate street
William Woollard, the Three Tuns, 12 Cross street, Hatton garden
Mary Woollatt, the Dukes Head, Robinsons lane, Chelsea
Michael Woollett, the Bag of Nails, Arabella row, Pimlico
William Wooster, the Three Cranes, Mile End
Joseph Wootten, the Coach and Horses, Liquorpond street, Grays Inn lane
J Wordsworth, Lord Arrans Arms, 115 New Bond street
Abraham Worley, Andertons Coffee house, 162 Fleet street
Richard Worley, the Sun and Apple Tree, White Hart yard, Drury lane
William Worlock, the Horse and Groom, Great Wild street, Lincolns Inn fields
_ Worrall, wine and brandy merchant, 97 Park street, Grosvenor square
Francis Worrall, Queens Head Inn, King street, Richmond
Thomas Worsdell, the Old Vine, Kentish town
W Worth, the Bull, Romford
Thomas Worthy, the Kings Arms, Rotherhithe street
Jno Wouldham, the Duke of York, Limekilns, Greenwich
_ Wrangle, inn keeper, Bull Inn, Bishopsgate street
Jno Wren, the Greyhound, Kensington square
William Wright, wine merchant, 10 East place, Lambeth
Thomas Wright, Grange Inn and livery stables, Carey street, Lincolns Inn
Mrs Wright, the Globe Tavern, Fleet street
James Wright, the Blossoms Inn, Lawrence lane, Cheapside
Dorothy Wright, the Four Swans Inn, Bishopsgate Within
William Wright, the Kings Arms, 122 Leadenhall street
William Wright, wine vaults, 105 Fleet street, Corner of Fleet market
Nicholas Wright, the King Henry VIII, Mile End
Francis Wright, the Greyhound, Church end, Hendon
Richard Wright, the Marquis of Granby, High street, Woolwich
John Wright, the White Lion, Finchley
Joseph Wright, the Rose, Sno fields, Bermondsey
W C Wryghte, wine merchant, 2 Nags Head court, Gracechurch street
Robert Wyatt, the Kings Arms, Holborn hill
Charles Wyatt, the George, Balham hill
William Wybers, the Coach and Horses, 10 St John street
James Wyer, the Old Kings Arms, 74 Oxford street
William Wyld and Son, brandy, wine and hop merchants, 10 Lawrence lane
Henry Wyld, the Swan, Church street, Lambeth

William Yates, victualler, Wild street, Lincolns Inn fields
James Yates, victualler, 25 Minories
Dennis Yates, the Crown Inn, Islington road
Thomas Yates, the Coach and Horses, High street, Hampstead
James Yates, the Ship Tavern, Greenwich
M Yates, Five Bells, Three Colt street, Limehouse
W Yeats, wine and brandy merchant, 16 St Dunstans hill
Yeats, Brown and Co, hop and wine merchants, 2 St Marys hill, Eastcheap
George Yeomans, the Town of Newcastle, New Gravel lane, Shadwell
Richard Yeomans, Red Lion, Old Paradise row, Islington
James Yerrall, wine vaults, 4 Rose street, Covent garden
S Yexley, Coopers Arms, High street, Highgate
John Young, wine and liquor merchant, 5 Little Shire lane
_ Young, Elephant and Castle, 12 Great Peter street, Westminster
A Young, Norfolk Hotel, Surrey street, Strand
John Young, Crown Coffee house, Kings row, Pentonville
Christ Young, Cock and Bottle, Bedfordbury, Covent garden
William Young, the Swan, Croydon
Henry Young, Kings Arms, Great George street, Bethnal green
William Young, Sugar Loaf, Old Brompton
John Young, Angel Inn, Lower Tooting
Rob Youngman, the Windmill, High street, Lambeth

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