London Taverns & Coffee Houses in Holdens directory in 1809 and pub history – G

Andrew Gage, wine merchant, 18 Old City chambers, Bishopsgate within
Thomas & Henry Gaitskill, distillers, brandy merchants & wine agents, 229 Bermondsey street
L Gallen, Kings Arms, Bowling street, Westminster
J Gallett, wine vaults, 208 Piccadilly
William Gallin, the Ship, 67 Sun street, Bishopsgate street
John Galloway, distiller, 226 High Holborn
John Galloway, Kings Arms, Poland street, Oxford street
E Galton, wine & brandy merchant, Lion street, Bloomsbury
Thomas Game, Jolly Shipwright, Woolwich
Eliz Gann, Salutation, Tavistock row, Covent garden
George Gapp, Grange Inn, Carey street, Temple bar
Dench Garden, Bedford Coffee house, Maiden lane, Covent garden
Gardiner & Burton, wine merchants, 14 Devonshire street, Bishopsgate
J Gardner, Nags Head, Battersea
James Gardner, Union Flag & Punch Bowl, Wapping
Martha Gardner, wine & brandy merchant, 25 Lawrence Pountney lane
Martha Gardner, Old Mermaid, Church street, Hackney
Rich Gardner, Temple Coffee house, Temple
Sarah Gardner, Kings Arms Inn, Croydon
J Garland, publican, Sharps buildings, Rosemary lane, Whitechapel
John Garner, victualler, 12 Monkwell street, Falcon square – Rose
Thomas Garrard, wine & brandy merchant, 174 Ratcliff highway
Garraways Coffee house, Change alley, Cornhill, William Howell
John Garrett, Ship & Billett, Woolwich road
T Gates, victualler, Robert street, Blackfriars road
William Gatrill, Bedford Coffee house, Whitcomb street, Leicester square
Isaac Gear, victualler, 54 Old Gravel lane
J Gee, Rose in June, Sands end, Fulham
William Gee, wine & brandy merchant, 17 Jewin street – Grapes
W Geitskell, wine merchant, 9 Paragon, Kent road
William Gellman, Three Kings, Davis street, Berkeley square
Thomas Genn, Salutation, Tavistock street, Covent garden
William Gent, wine vaults, 23 Smithfield
George & Blue Boar tavern & Hotel, Holborn, Ibberson
Georges Coffee house, Strand, David Thomas
Georges Coffee house, Coventry street, Jos Cart
J George, Weavers Arms, Pelham street, Spitalfields
George & Six Clerks Coffee house, Chancery lane, William Woods
George & Vulture Tavern, George yard, Lombard street, William Warriner
John Ghrimes, Ship Tavern, Woolwich
George Gibbon, wine merchant, 12 Rood lane
Patrick Gibbons, Red Lion, Nightingale lane, East Smithfield
Mary Gibbs, White Hart Inn, Woodford bridge
William Gibbs, wine & brandy merchant, St Catherines court, Tower hill
George Gibson, the Red Lion, Little Guildford street, Russell square
John Gibson, Bull, Wandsworth
Robert Gibson, Bell tavern, 5 Leicester street, Leicester square
John Gilbert, Horse and Groom, Edmonton
John Gilchrist, Three Crowns, Castle place, Whitechapel
George Giles, Old Vine, Kentish town
George Giles, victualler, Theobalds road
Jacob Gill, Three Crowns, Jews row, Chelsea
John Gill, wine merchant, 199 Strand
John Gillbank, Marlborough Head, North Audley street
John Gilbee, publican, Fore street, Lambeth
William Gilligan, the White Horse, Portpool lane
_ Gillingham, publican, 40 Rotherhithe street
Thomas Gillman, Angel, Whitechapel
John Gladish, Two Fighting Cocks, 4 Dartmouth street
I G Glandfield, wine & brandy merchant, Round court, St Martins le grand
Edw Glazier, Jolly Anglers, Lee bridge
G Gledstanes & Co, wine merchants, 12 Salisbury street, Strand
Thomas Gleed, Pied Bull, Islington
Globe Tavern, Fleet street, Mrs Wright
Eliz Glossop, the White Swan, 8 Ray street, Clerkenwell
Francis Glossop, Spread Eagle, Stockwell street, Greenwich
George Glossop, wine vaults, 5 Titchbourne street
Thomas Glossop, wine & brandy merchant, 17 Ivy lane, Newgate street
Gloucester Coffee house, Piccadilly, H Pulsford
John Glover, the Three Tuns, Cross street, Hatton garden
John Glover, wine vaults, 34 Sun street, Bishopsgate street
Rich Glover, Rose & Crown, Little Britain
Thomas Glover, Green Dragon Inn, Bishopsgate street
William Godden, Flying Horse, 2 Oxford street
Jemima Goddin, Royal Oak, Back hill
Thomas and Jas Goding, wine & brandy merchants, Knightsbridge
T & J Goding, Cannon Brewery, Knightsbridge
William Godsall, White Horse, Shepherds bush
John Godson, Two Brewers, Brewers green, Westminster
James Goff, Jacobs Well, 18 Charles street, Manchester square
William Goff, Kings Arms, Westminster road
Thomas Gofton, White Bear, 30 Park street, Grosvenor square
John Goldham, spirit and wine dealer, 7 Fore street, Cripplegate
Edw Golding, Hole in the Wall, Kirby street, Hatton garden
George Gooch, victualler, 224 St Johns street
John Goodall, Kings Arms, Acton bottom
Wiliam Goodall, the Old Coach & Horses, Islington road
John Goodman, Feathers Tavern, Hand court, Holborn
John Goodman, the Red Lion, High street, Highgate
Rich Goodman, Boars Head, Barnet
Thomas Goodman, the Goat, Chenies street, Bedford square
Leonard Goodredge, Carpenters Arms, Berry street, Clerkenwell
M Goodwin, the Bird in Hand, High street, Hampstead
William Goodwin, Magpie & Stump, Cheyne walk, Chelsea
H Goodwyn & Co, brewers, East Smithfield
James Goodyer, Half Moon, Smithfield
Gordon & Brown, brewers, 55 George street, Manchester square
Gordons Hotel, Albermarle street, _ Gordon
J W Gordon, wine vaults, Newgate market
Nath Gorkin, Old Bell, Petticoat lane, Whitechapel
P Gornal, wine merchant, Chapel street, Mayfair
Thomas Gosling, Artichoke, Camberwell
James Gotts, Mitre, Church street, Greenwich
John Gough, victualler, 50 Ray street, Clerkenwell
Robert Gould, New Hog in the Pound, Oxford street
William Gould, Star and Garter, 52 Pall Mall
William Gowar, Red Lion, Marshgate, Lambeth
John Gowing, the Hawk, Flask walk, Hampstead
Thomas Gozier, Rose and Crown, Fort street, Spitalfields
James Grace, Brown Bear, Millbank street, Westminster
John Grace, Dukes Head, King street, Rotherhithe
William Graham, Two Chairmen, Wardour street, Soho
William Graham, Plough, Whitechapel
Joseph Grange, Red Lion, Grays Inn lane
Sam Grammer, Camden Head, Camden street, Islington
Grand Hotel, Covent garden, _ Hudson
W Grant, Tackle Porters, Coopers row, Tower hill
_ Grant, wine merchant, 4 Kennington green
J Grantham, Rose and Crown, Croydon
John Gravestock, White Hart, 48 Leman street, Goodmans fields
E Gray, victualler, Mount Pleasant, Clerkenwell
George Gray, Portland Hotel, 94 Great Portland street
H Gray, the Goat, Mitcham common
J & W Gray, wine & brandy merchants, 2 Water lane, Tower street
James Gray, Royal Oak, Deptford Lower road
John Gray, brewer, Great Suffolk street, Southwark
Jos Gray, Queens Head Inn, Barking
Nath Gray, the Star and Crown, Broadway, Westminster
Thomas Gray, Cock and Bell Inn, Romford
William Gray, Ship, Hunt street, Mile end New town
Grays Inn Coffee House, Holborn, Hilton & Page
Paul Greathead, victualler, 43 Carnaby street, Golden square
John Greatrex, Adam & Eve Coffee house, New road, Tottenham Court road
Grecian Coffee House, Devereux court, Temple bar, W How
Ann Green, wine merchants, 125 Leadenhall street
Green Dragon Inn, Bishopsgate street, Thomas Glover
Edw Green, wine merchant, 33 Mincing lane
David Green & Co, brewers, Millbank street, Westminster
H Green, Bombay Castle Inn, Bromley
H Green, Lord Nelson, King street, Tower hill
John Green, Maid lane mills etc, George Inn, Borough
John Green, Horse Shoe, Harrow
Green and Pellatt, Falcon Glass house, Holland street, Surrey side of Blackfriars road
S Green, Coach and Horses, Maddox street
Thomas Green, victualler, 37 Leman street, Goodmans fields
Thomas Green, Coach and Horses, Hanwell
_ Green, Wills Coffee house, 3 Searle street & Lincolns Inn fields
_ Green, publican, 95 Upper Shadwell
Robert Greenaway, Blue Last, Curtain road
John Greenwood, the Bald Faced Stag. Epping forest
Joseph Greenwood, victualler, 37 St John street
William Greenwood, Princess of Wales, Grove lane, Deptford
William Griffin, Queens Head, 2 Peters lane
John Gregory, wine merchant, 63 Fenchurch street
J Gregory, Islington brewhouse, Islington green
James Gregson, Crown and Anchor, Tooley street
John Grey, brewer, Great Suffolk street, Borough
John Griffin, victualler, Carnaby market
Sam Griffin, wine merchant, 3 Middle Temple
Thomas & Philip Griffith, wine merchants, 53 Pall Mall
William Griffith, agent & wine & brandy merchant, Ram Inn, West Smithfield
Evan Griffiths, Bedfords eating house, Chandos street, Covent garden
J V Griffiths, Browns Hotel, Great Alie street, Goodmans fields
James Griffiths, Horn Tavern & wine merchant, Godliman street, Doctors commons
John Griffiths, public house, Nottingham street, Marylebone
James Griggs, the Rose, 83 Wimpole street
John Griggs, Crown Inn, Romford
Grigsbys Coffee house, Threadneedle street, Mrs Sheeven
Jos Grocer, Swan, 82 Park street, Grosvenor square
W Groom, publican, 98 Broad street, Ratcliff cross
William Groveat, Fox and Hounds, Stratford, Essex
Thomas Grover, wine & brandy merchant, East India Tavern, Blackwall
Henry Groves, Black Horse, Petticoat lane, Whitechapel
Rob Groves, the White Swan, Steymans row, Islington
J Groves, publican, 41 Rotherhithe street
William Groves, the Tower of London, Artillery street, Spitalfields
William Groves, Rose and Crown, Hart street, Oxford street
Peter Grubb & Son, Jamaica Coffee house, St Michaels alley, Cornhill
Thomas Gudgan, Prince of Wales, Butt lane, Deptford
George Guest, wine & brandy merchant, 59 Newington Causeway, Surrey
Albert Guignard, wine & brandy merchant, 160 Swallow street
Guildhall Coffee house, King street, Cheapside, Thomas Fether
Guillod and Mortimer, wine & brandy merchants, 3 Cockspur street
Thomas Guillod, wine & brandy merchant, 27 Craven street, Strand
John Gulley, Plough, Carey street, Temple bar
James Gulston, Feathers, Millbank
Thomas Gummer, Bull, Tottenham
James Guning, Bricklayers Arms, Three Colt street, Limehouse
John Gunnell, Jacks Hotel, Dean street, Soho square
M Gurney, Peels Coffee house, Fleet street
Gutterson and Holt, Marine Brewery, Broad street, Ratcliff
William Guy, Guys Coffee house, 130 Holborn hill
Theod Gwinnett, the Duke of York, Henry street, Grays Inn lane

London Taverns & Coffee Houses in Holdens directory in 1809 and pub history – F

William Fairburn, wine vaults, 142 Whitechapel
John Fairey, Garricks Head, Deptford
Thomas Fairfax, Green Man, Bedford street, Covent garden
Thomas Fairweather, publican, Church street, Bethnal green – the Old Van Trump
Aug Fallon, wine merchant, 7 Hart street, Bloomsbury
Farmer & Wadbrook, wine & brandy merchants, 20 Miles lane, Cannon street
William Fanthom, victualler, 23 Great Surrey street, Blackfriars road
Farley, Terry & Co, City of London Tavern [Bishopsgate]
Thomas Farmer, King of Prussia, Lower John street, Golden square
Isaac Farr, Green Man, Shadwell
Jos Farr, Bell, Leytonstone, Essex
John Farris, Apollo Inn, 28 Paddington street
Thomas Farrow, the George, Holloway
Fassett & Co, Bricklayers Arms Inn, Old Kent road
John Faulhon, Royal George, Greenwich
William Faulkner, the Flask, Highgate
William Faulkner, Waggon & Horses, Old Brentford
Thomas Feir, brandy merchant, Bermondsey street
_ Fell, White Lion, Curzon street Mayfair
George Fell, Duke of York, Deptford
F Fendall, New Exchequer Coffee House, Margaret street, Westminster
Arthur Fenn, wine merchant, 4 Water lane, Tower street
G Fenn, teadeler & brady merchant, 6 Union court, Broad street
T Fenner, Compasses, Little Marylebone street
Fentons Hotel, St James’s street, Fenton
William Ferman, Westmorland Arms, Westmorland place, City road
Thomas Fether, Guildhall Coffee house, King street, Cheapside
James Ficken, victualler, 1 Ratcliff Highway
Joseph Fidol, victualler, Clerkenwell close
Edw Field, Ship & Compasses, Upper East Smithfield
Mary Field, wine merchant, 9 Botolph lane
Stephen Field, Spur Inn, Borough
Thomas Field, wine & beer merchant, 22 Henrietta street, Covent garden
Thomas & Henry Field, White Hart Inn & Coffee house, 119 St John street
William Field, the Angel, Warwick street, Golden square
John Fielder, wine merchant, 20 St James’s street
John Filmer, Pitts Head Inn, Paddington street
Henry Finch, Kings Head, High street, Woolwich
M Finch, wine & spirit merchant, Deptford
Finch & Williamhurst, wine & brandy merchants, 42 Great Tower street
John Fincham, Barrack Tavern, Woolwich common, Kent
William Findley, Scotch Arms, Little Hermitage street, Wapping
Francis Finleson, Spanish Galleon, Church street, Greenwich
James Firth, wine merchant, 7 Old Bond street
John Firth, wine & brandy merchant, Clements court, Milk street, Cheapside
John Fish, the Blue Posts, Charlotte street, Fitzroy square
George Fisher, wine merchant, 173 Bishopsgate without
George Fisher, Green Man Tavern, Berwick street, Soho
James Fisher, Plough, Stockwell
R Fisher, Greyhound, Peckham
_ Fisk, publican Cherry garden, Rotherhithe wall
Charles Fisk, wine merchant, 132 New road, St Georges East
Nath Fiske, George, South street, Grosvenor square
Edw Fitch, wine merchant, 66 Jermyn street, Piccadilly
John Fitch, Horse & Groom, Hosier lane, Smithfield
William Fitch, victualler, 80 Leadenhall street
Rich Flack, wine merchant, 33 Crutched friars
Rich Flack, Fleur de Lis, 3 Houndsditch
Thomas Flack, Leg of Mutton & Trimmings, Kingsland road
Fladongs hotel, Oxford street, John Morris
William Fleming, the Ship, 22 Ogle street
Thomas Flesher, wine merchant, 13 Billiter lane
W Flewell, Duke of Grafton, Palace row, Tottenham Court New road
Hannah Floote, Red Lion, Whitechapel road
William Floyd, Watermans Arms, Pickled Herring stairs, Tooley street
John Folder, Rose Inn, Smithfield
Sam Folker, Canterbury Arms, Dean street, Southwark
Follett, Barton & Co, wine merchants, 34 Tower street
T Follitt, Blossoms Inn, Lawrence lane, Cheapside
Francis Fordham, Turks Head, Aldgate without
William Forrest, wine & brandy merchants, Swan Tavern, Sloane street
William Forrest, Prince of Wales Hotel, Exeter street, Sloane street
Thomas Forrester, Cricketers, Old Brentford
Alex Forshaw, rum & brandy merchant, 8 Whitechapel
J Forster, the White Horse, Pond street, Hampstead
John Thomas Forsyth, the Nell Gwynn, Grosvenor row, Chelsea
William Forsyth, Ship, Waterside, Wandsworth
Eliz Fort, Bull & Gate, Kentish town
Thomas Forty, Castle Tavern, Richmond
James Foster, wine & brandy merchant, 83 Upper East smithfield
J Foster, Fleece, Little Windmill street, Golden square
T Foster, Three Tuns Tavern, St Margarets hill, Borough
Thomas Foster, Weavers Arms, Cannon row, Whitechapel road
William & Sam Foster, Red Lion Inn, Aldersgate street
William Fountain, Marquis of Granby, Percy street, Rathbone place
Four Swans Inn & Coffee house, Bishopsgate street, R Wright
Gilbert Fowler, Two Brewers, Little Tufton street, Westminster
Stephen Fowler, Bunch of Grapes, 110 Mount street, Grosvenor square
Thomas Fowler, Rose, Hatton wall
W Fowler, Half Moon & Seven Stars, Green walk, Bermondsey
William Fowler, wine merchant, 2 Great Distaff lane, Watling street
William Fowler, victualler, 59 St Johns street – White Bear
Fowlers Tavern & Coffee house, 1 Albion street, Blackfriars road
Edw Fox, Half Moon & Crown, Bacon street, Bethnal green
James Fox, British wine vaults, 1 Greenhouse row, Westminster road
Thomas Fox, victualler, 198 Wapping street
Thomas & Robert Fox, wine merchants, 22 Great Queen street, Lincolns inn fields
William Fram, Ben Johnson, Pelham street, Spitalfields
William Frame, Kings Arms, 106 Bishopsgate within
_ Frampton, Ship, Mortlake, Surrey
George Franck, Virginia Planter, George street, Spitalfields
James Franck, Kings Head, Caroline street, Greenwich
John Franklin, publican, Rotherithe street
Fran Frayman, Five Bells, Bromley, Middlesex
Dan Freeman, Bath House, 11 Great King street, St James’s
John Freeman, White Hart, Giltspur street
Sam Freeman, Saracens Head Tavern, Coffee house, Aldgate
W Freming, Plasterers Arms, Little Marylebone street
John French, Bulls Head, Peters street, Cow cross
John French, Masons Arms, Edgeware
William French, Shakspeare, Russell court, Drury lane
C & R Frisby, wine merchants, 62 Mark lane
James Frith, wine merchant, 7 New Bond street
Thomas Frith, Duke of Gloucesters Head, 118 Park street, Grosvenor square
J Frost, publican, Beckford row, Walworth
James Frost, publican, 134 Brick lane, Bethnal green
John Frost, Rose & Crown, Great Ealing
Joseph Frost, White Hart Inn, Woodford
Rich Frost, victualler, Rotherhithe
William Frost, Albion, Albion street, Rotherhithe
John Fry, Three Tuns, London street, Greenwich
C Fryer, Goat in Boots Tavern, Little Chelsea
Henry Fulcher, Bunch of Grapes, Bishopsgate without
David Fuller, Red Lion, 12 Chamber street
J Fuller, Black Horse, Buxton
John Fulwood, Kings Arms, Kent road
Thomas Funis, Falcon, Adams place, Borough
P Furlong, victualler, 4 Well street, Wellclose square
Furnivals Inn, Coffee House & Hotel, 139 Holborn, John Denner

London Taverns & Coffee Houses in Holdens directory in 1809 and pub history – E

I have been transcribing the Holdens directory for 1809. It is interesting in that it names quite a number of Coffee houses in 1809, when George III must have been on the throne. I am also not clear why I am not #1 in google for London pub history any longer, as every pub I am searching for brings me straight back to the pubwiki site!

J Ealing, Coach & Horses, Marylebone, Golden square
W Earle, Ship, Church street, Rotherhithe
John Earley, White Horse, Peckham Rye
William East, Kings Head, Acton
John Eaton, wine & brandy merchant, 19 & 20 Broad street, St Giles
Thomas Eaton, Elephant & Castle, Oxford market
Francis Ebbige, Ship, St Catherines court
John Eboner, White Hart, Little Windmill street, Golden square
G P Echstain, the Goat, Tash street, Grays Inn lane
Rich Eddington, victualler, 4 Hopkins street, St James’s
W Eden, publican, 3 Cable street, Wellclose square
Rob Edgar, wine & beer merchant, 1 Hammonds court, Mincing lane
W Edgington, victualler, Great Coram street, Brunswick square
Elias Edmonds, wine, brandy & shrub merchant, Monument yard
H Edmonds, publican, 64 Brick lane, Bethnal green
John Edmondson, Ship & Punch bowl, Wapping street
George Edridge, Black Boy, Limehouse dock
Robert Edward, victualler, 6 Paradise street, Bermondsey
David Edwards, wine & spirit merchant, 45 Strand
G & S Edwards, wine merchants, 8 Beaufort buildings, Strand
James Edwards, wine merchant, Crutched friars
John Edwards, Swan Brewhouse, Chelsea
John Edwards, George, Hackney road
John Edwards, Sheer Hulk, Back lane, Deptford
Joseph Edwards, Horse & Groom, Bedfordbury
Rich Edwards, brandy merchant, Morgans lane
Robert Edwards, Horse & Groom, Holloway
William Edwards, victualler, 24 Silver street, Golden square
Bernard Egan, Abercorn Arms Inn, Stanmore
John Eggetton, victualler, 10 West lane, Bermondsey
John Eitman, wine vaults, 49 Old Gravel lane, St Georges, Middlesex
John Eldridge, Staples Inn Coffee house, Southampton buildings, Chancery lane
John William Eles, victualler, Peter street, Westminster
John Elgar, Barley Mow, 76 Fore street, Limehouse
John Elisha, Cock & Bible, Houndsditch
Thomas Ellen, Duke of York, Union street, Bond street
William Ellicock, the Gun, 32 Union street, Bishopsgate
John Ellington, Princess of Wales, Charles street, Queens Elm, Chelsea
E Elliott, Marquis Cornwallis, Southampton street, Pentonville
J Elliott, Green Man, Kent road
R Elliott, Bulls Head, Barnes, Surrey
Rich Elliott, the Cock, Kilburn
Benj Ellis, victualler, Pages walk, Bermondsey
E Ellis, Phoenix & Crown, Potters fields, Southwark
Thomas Ellis, Bunch of Grapes, Gainsford street, Horslydown
Thomas Ellison, Black Horse, Rathbone place
J Ells, Prince of Brunswick, Brunswick street, Blackfriars road
William Elsden, Nags Head, Carnaby market
Rich Ely, Red Bull, Peckham
Thomas Emblett, the Cock, Walthamstow
Thomas Emerton, wine & brandy merchant, Borough road
E Empson, Adam & Eve, Bowling street, Westminster
L Ennis, publican, Ratcliff cross
J Ensworth, publican, High street, Lambeth
Fran Ette, George, Chapel street, Soho
Eliz Evans, Falcon, Stoke Newington
Eliz Evans, Coach & Horses, Turpins lane, Greenwich
John Evand, Barley Mow, Park street, Grosvenor square
Mary Evans, Star & Punch bowl, Upper East Smithfield
Perceval Evans, brandy merchant, 2 Cross street, Goswell street
Thomas Evans, Nags Head, 342 Oxford street
William Evans, Flying Horse, 80 Blackman street, Southwark
A Evered, Mount Coffee house, Lower Grosvenor street
Mary Eves, Leopard, Seward street, Goswell street
T Eves, Union Brewhouse, Lambeth walk
William Eves, York Brewhouse, York street, Westminster
W & E Eyre, wine merchants, 114 Upper Thames street

London Taverns & Coffee Houses in Holdens directory in 1809 and pub history – D

I have been transcribing the Holdens directory for 1809. It is interesting in that it names quite a number of Coffee houses in 1809, when George III must have been on the throne. I am also not clear why I am not #1 in google for pub history any longer, as every pub I am searching for brings me straight back to the pubwiki site!

Thomas Dacon, wine merchant, 41 Great Tower street
Robert Daines, Crown, Grey Eagle street, Spitalfields
J Daintree, Princess Head, Battersea
J Dalby, Kings Arms, Bennet street, Blackfriars road
Thomas Dalby, the Bunch of Grapes, Portpool lane
John Dale, wine merchant, 30 Coventry street, Piccadilly
Alex Dallas, wine & beer merchants, 33 Trinity square, Tower hill
John Dalmane, the George, Davis street, Berkley square
J Dalton, publican, Brick lane, Bethnal green – Crown
John Dalton, the Crown, Brick lane, Bethnal green
Maurice Dalton, Queens Head, 49 Turnmill street
Rich Dancer, the Crosbys Head, Old street road
John Danely, Queens Head, Bath street, Clerkenwell
J Daniells, Plough, Windmill lane, Old Brentford
Mary Danson, Coach & Horses, Bartholomew close
John Darbon, the Three Tuns, Kingston
John Darke, Lord Arrans Arms, New Bond street
Thomas Darnell, Old Harrow, Barnet
_ Dauke, victualler, Church street, Deptford
_ Davenport, innkeeper, Cross Keys, Wood street, Cheapside
_ Davidson, publican, 57 Rosemary lane, Whitechapel
Thomas Davidson, victualler, John street, Berkeley square
D Davies, brewer, Mansfield street, St Georges fields
David Davies, Rodneys Head, Old street road
Edw Davies, victualler, Queen street, Ratcliff
Francis Davies, George & Dragon, Vine street, Westminster
George Davies, brewer, Goat Brew house, Maid lane, Southwark
George Davies, Acorn, Trinity street, Deptford
George Davies, Ship, Tottenham place, Tottenham court road
John Davies, wine vaults, 26 Marylebone street, Golden square
Oliver Davies, White Hart, Oxford market
Simon Davies, Duke on Horseback, Norfolk street, Southwark
William Davies, wine & brandy merchant, 13 Market street, St James’s
William Davies, wine & brandy merchant, 86 Fore street
William Davies, Rose & Crown, Low Layton
_ Davis, victualler, Bromley, Kent
_ Davis, victualler, 86 Fore street, Cripplegate
B Davis, Roe Buck, Millbank
Davis & Co, brewers, York street, Blackfriars road
D Davis, victualler, Old street
G Davis, publican, Trinity street, Rotherhithe
James Davis, victualler, Bromley, Kent
John Davis, the Golden Hart, Phoenix street, Spitalfields
John Davis, Swan tavern, 4 Mansel street, Goodmans fields
Owen Davis, Marquis of Granby, Hounslow
Davis, Perry & Co, Albion Brewhouse, Blackfriars road
R Davis, wine, brandy & hop merchants, 112 St Johns street
Rich Davis, Golden Lion Inn & Coffee house, St Johns street
Richard Davis, Man in the Moon, Kings road, Chelsea
Sam Davis, wine & brandy merchant, 1 Castle street, St Mary axe & 46 Houndsditch
T Davis, Rose & Crown, Narrow wall, Lambeth
Thomas Davis, brandy merchant, 5 Bow street, Bloomsbury
T Davis, the Fox, 1 Southampton court, Queen square
Thomas Davis, the Rose & Crown, Cambridge heath, Hackney
William Davis, Carlisle Arms, Carlisle street, Lambeth
Francis Davison, Gun Tavern, Wapping
John Davison, the Robin Hood, Crown street, Deptford
Thomas Daw, wine & brandy merchant, 3 Bolsover street, Oxford street
George Dawes, Weavers Arms, 23 Oakley street, Westminster road
Dawes & Son, wine & brandy merchants, Storeys gate, Westminster
George Daws, the Ship, Chandos street, Covent garden
T Daws, the Wheat Sheaf, Holywell street, Strand
G Dawson, victualler, Gutter lane, Cheapside
George Dawson, wine merchant, Mitre court, Fleet street – Mitre Tavern
Robert Dawson, wine & brandy merchant, 12 West Smithfield
T Dawson, wine & brandy merchant, Blackmoor street, Clare market
William Dawson, brewer, Vauxhall
William Dawson, Bank Coffee house, Cornhill
A Day, Coopers Arms, Great Tower hill
Francis Day, the Three Tuns, Dalston
J Day, wine merchant, 61 Back lane, Whitechapel
James Day, victualler, Bromley, Kent – Dukes Head
Robert Day, the Three Brewers, Norfolk place, Islington
Thomas Day, the Tailors Arms, Clements lane, Clare market
Thomas Day, the Cock, Bowes Farm, Middlesex
Joseph Deale, wine merchant, 60 Castle street, Oxford street
J Dean, Green Man, Bethnal green
John Dean, the City of Hereford, Union street, Middlesex Hospital
R Deane, victualler, 75 West Smithfield – Bulls Head
William Dean, Rochester Castle, Stoke Newington
Elis Dearlove, Bunch of Grapes, Dean street, Soho
John Deeks, the Lamb, 24 Hertford street, Fitzroy square
George Deeley, Three Goats Heads, Whitechapel road
Henry Deeine, brandy merchant, New cross, Deptford
John Degex, Prince of Wales Hotel, Leicester place
Delafons & Son, wine & brandy merchants, 1 Bull & Mouth street
De la main & Son, wine merchants, 67 Berner street
Francis Delapierre & Co, wine merchants, 27 Castle street, Leicester square
Jacob Delforce, the Flower Pot, Brick lane, Bethnal green
Thomas Dell, White Swan, Greenwich
Thomas Deloue, Black Boy, St Catherines lane
De Lussac A & Co, wine merchants, 30 Clipstone street, Fitzroy square
John Dempster, Evelyn Arms, Deptford
Mary Denn, King & Prince of Wales, Brick street, Piccadilly
John Denner, Furnivals Inn Coffee house & Hotel, Holborn
J Dennett, wine merchant, 1 Northumberland street, Strand
Thomas Dennis, wine merchant, 4 Cowpers row, Crutched friars
Dennys & Wilcox, wine & brandy merchants, 14 Savage gardens
J Denton, Pewter Platter, Charles street, Hatton garden
J Denton, victualler, Finch lane
Joseph Denyer, Rockingham Arms, Newington causeway
J Dethridge, publican, Church street, Lambeth
James Devall, White Hart, Park street, Borough market
James Dewdney, Queens Head, Great Guildford street, Southwark
John Dewhurst, Swan with Two Necks tavern, Lad lane
Dewick & Hooper, Britannia brewery, Blackfriars
William Deykin, Bell Inn, Wood street, Chespside
Henry Dibben, innkeeper, Gerrards hall
Joseph Dibdin, George Inn, Camberwell
Joseph Dickens, Half Moon & Crown, New Brentford
Edw Dickenson, Cock, Mill lane, Tooley street
M Dickenson, victualler, 1 Fore street, Cripplegate
Thomas Dickfield, Antigallican Tavern, Great Shire lane, Temple Bar
John Dickinson, Three Jolly Weavers, 83 Church street, Bethnal green
J Dicks, Crown, Peckham
William Dignum, Amphitheatre Coffee house, Newcastle street, Strand
Sarah Dinch, Dukes Head, Wood street, Walthamstow
William Dingle, victualler, Tavistock place
Thomas Dison, Ship, Chichester rents, Lincolns Inn
J Dixey, Man in the Moon, Vine street, Piccadilly
Abraham Dixon, wine & brandy merchant, 2 Tower street
Dixon & Ramsay, wine & brandy merchants, 9 St Marys hill
John Doe, Crown, Harlesden green
John Dollar, victualler, 7 Berwick street, Soho
Dollys Beef Steak house, Paternoster row, Thomas Oliver
Alex Donaldson, wine & brandy merchant, 20 Foley place, Portland place
Leonard Donders, the Turkish Slave at Liberty, 141 Brick lane, Bethnal green
Eliz Doningdon, Hare & Hounds, Kingsland
James Donoven, victualler, Silver street, St Georges East
John Donover, Blue Last wine vaults, Broadway, Blackfriars
_ Dorant, York Hotel, Albemarle street
William Dorcy, the Yorkshire Grey, 1 Terrace, Grays Inn lane
Thomas Dornford & Co, wine & beer merchants, 14 Philpot lane
John Dosell, Prince of Orange, Greenwich road
William Dosson, the Dolphin, Whitechapel road
John Dottridge, the Two Dutch Scaters, St Catherine street, Tower hill
Thomas Doubleday, Talbot Inn, Richmond
Andrew Douglas, White Hart, Clapton
G H Dowdeswell, Crown Coffee house, Kings row, Pentonville
Jos Dowdeswell, wine vaults, 36 Little Queen street, Lincolns Inn fields
Andrew Downer, the Red Lion, 48 Red Lion street, Clerkenwell
B Dowsing, Black Eagle, Parish street, Horslydown
Abra Doxey, Ship, Horseferry road
Edward Doyle, victualler, 1 Princes street, Ratcliff Highway
R Drake, Golden Eagle, Mile end road
William Drake, Ship, 24 Walcot place, Lambeth road
William Drew, Bunch of Grapes, 72 Blackman street, Southwark
William Drummon, Angel & Crown, Mill hill
Dublin Hotel & Tavern, Charing cross, Kimshead
Joseph Duck, Black Lion, Plaistow, Essex
Thomas Duggan, the Bay Molton, 48 Clipstone street, Marylebone
Thomas Duggan, Greyhound Inn, Richmond, Surrey
William Duke, Fox, Castle street, Southwark
F Dukes, Rose & Crown, King street, Westminster
William Dulley, Whittingtons Cat, Whitechapel
Charles Dumkinson, Sheer Hulk, Woolwich
Duncan Dunbar, wine & brandy merchant, 7 Fore street, Limehouse
John Duncan, wine merchant, 6 Earl street, Blackfriars
William Dunklin, wine merchant, 82 Cannon street
Dunlop & Hughes, wine merchants, 3 Lincolns Inn fields
Francis Dunn, Swan Tavern, Westminster bridge
John Dunn, White Hart, 31 Turnmill street
Dunnage & Forster, wine & brandy merchants, 10 Philpot lane
T & L Dunsford, wine & brandy merchants & insurance brokers, 23 Pudding lane
Oliver John Duroe, wine & spirit merchant, 80 Fleet market – Hoop & Grapes
John Dutton, the Wrestlers, High street, Highgate
Price Dutton, New Exchange Coffee house, Strand
Thomas Dutton, wine merchant, 4 Aylesbury street
John Duval, Opera Eating house, 14 Norris street, Haymarket
J Dye, Marquis of Granby, Grays Inn lane
R Dyer, publican, 1 Hercules buildings, Lambeth
Thomas Dyer, the Nuns Head, Nuns green, Peckham, Rye
William Dyer, the Mitre, 3 Mitre court, Aldgate within

London Taverns & Coffee Houses in Holdens directory in 1809 and pub history Cli to Cu

I have been transcribing the Holdens directory for 1809. It is interesting in that it names quite a number of Coffee houses in 1809, when George III must have been on the throne. I am also not clear why I am not #1 in google for pub history any longer, as every pub I am searching for brings me straight back to the pubwiki site!

I compare with that of the 1811 directory, but I have also noticed that a Coffee house may suddenly be named, but with no street number, whereas the 1811 directory may use the address but not the name of the establishment!

John Cliff, Marquis of Granby, Queen street, Borough, Southwark
Jer Clifford, Windmill Inn, Clapham common
Stephen Clinch, Batsons Coffee house, Cornhill
Ann Clinkard, Northumberland Arms, Charles street, Westminster
William Clipson, New Tavern, 2 Lawrence lane, Cheapside
Rich Clitter, wine vaults, 34 Dean street, Soho
Clode & Mathew, wine & brandy merchants, 138 Bishopsgate street without
Peter Cloney, Red Lion, Great Windmill street
Thomas Clowes, Masons Arms, Mint street, Borough
Thomas Clunes, wine & brandy merchant, 62 Welbeck street, Cavendish square
John Coak, Star wine vaults, 19 Piccadilly
Coates, Cass & Co, wine & merchants & insurance brokers, 19 Little St Thomas Apostle
Coates & Johnston, wine, brandy & beer merchants, 16 Little St Thomas Apostle
Jos Coatsworth, Two Brewers, Vine street, Westminster
Rich Cobley, George, Finchley common
James Cock, wine & brandy merchant, Camberwell terrace
A Cockburn, the Red Lion, Grays Inn lane
James Coffer, wine vaults, 39 St Saviours Church yard, Southwark
_ Cogger, Smith & Farriers Arms, Upper Merton, Surrey
William Cogger, the George Inn, Wanstead, Essex
George Cole, wine & spirit merchant, 52 Haymarket – Grapes
Giles Cole, wine & brandy merchant, 16 Woburn place, Russell square
James Cole, Turks Head, Oxford street
John Cole, Senegal Coffee house, St Michaels alley, Cornhill
Rich Cole, Red Lion, Laystall street
Robert Cole, Crooked Billet, St Catherine street, Tower hill
Samuel Cole, wine & brandy merchant, 16 Bond street, Oxford street
William Cole, Orange Tree, Richmond, Surrey
Colegrave & Co, wine merchants, 45 Holborn
J Coleman, Kings Arms, Little Woodstock street, Marylebone
Samuel Coleman, Crown & Thistle, Swallow street
Thomas Coleman, the General Elliot, Royal Hospital row, Chelsea
Joseph Colemere, victualler, Liquorpond street – Griffin
John Colegrave, wine vaults, 38 Red Lion street, Holborn – Enterprise
Mary Collier, Greyhound, Eltham, Kent
Collier & Newman, wine merchants, 18 St Mary axe
Edw Collington, the Old King Harry, 37 Red Lion street, Whitechapel
Rich Collins, Two Brewers, 26 Aylesbury street
William Collis, Barley Mow, Mount street, Grosvenor square
T Collyer, Rose & Bell, Bankside, Southwark
William Colson, Crooked Billet, Clapton
William Comely, the Sir John Falstaff, Old street
Commercial Coffee room, Skinner street, Peter Pidgeon
John Commins, the White Lion, Little James street, Bedford row
M Connell, Buffalos Head, Allsops buildings, New road, Marylebone
Mary Conner, victualler, 11 Edward street, Soho – Angel & Crown
Tim Connor, the Windmill, Leather lane
James Constable, White Lion, Putney
Constitution Brewery, Bell lane, Spitalfields – see the history
Chas Cook, victualler, Marigold street, Bermondsey
Edm Cook, White Hart, Broadway, St Thomas’s, Southwark
J Cook, publican, Lambeth walk
John Cook, the Coach & Horses, High street, Hampstead
Rob Cook, victualler, Camden town
Rob Cook, Crown, 70 Blackman street, Southwark
Sam Cook, Bulls Head, York street
Thomas Cook, Horse shoe & Magpie, Bath street, Clerkenwell
Thomas Cook, Swan & Horse shoe, Little Britain
_ Cook, Cooks Hotel, Dover street
Charles Cook, Bull Inn, Christopher street, Hatton garden
_ Cooke, Carolina Coffee house, Birchin lane
C Cooper, Two Brewers, Queens buildings, Knightsbridge
Cooper & Co, White Horse, Union street, Borough
Edw Cooper, wine & brandy merchant, Stock Exchange Coffee house & Bull Inn, Shooters hill
John Cooper, Bunch of Grapes, 4 Albemarle street, Ckerkenwell
John Cooper, City of Salisbury, Fair street, Horslydown
John Cooper, Swan Inn, Romford
John Cooper, the Plough, Lewisham
John Cooper, Dog & Bell, Dock street, Deptford
Mary Cooper, Three Kings, Piccadilly
Rich Cooper, Sir Ralph Abercrombie, Charles street, Hatton garden
Rob Cooper, tavern keeper, Bouverie street, Fleet street – Coopers Hotel
S Cooper, Horse & Groom, Maiden lane, Coven garden
Thomas Cooper, Marquis of Granby, Brentford
William Cooper, Red Lion, Maze, Tooley street
_ Cooper, wine & brandy merchant, 4 Prospect place, St Georges fields
Coopers Hotel, Bouverie street, T Cooper
_ Cooper, Stock Exchange Coffee house, Royal Exchange
_ Cooper, Windmill, Maid lane, Southwark
Coote & Co, wine & spirit merchants, 68 Queen street, Cheapside
John Cope, wine & brandy merchant, Three Tons passage, Newgate street – Grapes Tavern
Cope & Sons, brewers, Peacock Brewhouse, Gravel lane, Southwark
Stephen Copland, Duke of York, Lime kilns, Greenwich
William Copperd, Red Lion, Hackbridge, Surrey
William Copping, Kings Head, Low Layton
William Corbett, Crown & Anchor, Greenwich
Edw Cordell, Angel, Webber street, Blackfriars road
Leonard Cordeux, Burlington Arms, Old Burlington street
Sam Cordeux, Coach & Horses, 29 Park street, Grosvenor square
Edw Coree, victualler, 51 Ratcliff highway – Old Rose
Corn Exchange Coffee house, Mark lane, James Smith
Mrs Cornelius, Three Doves, Berwick street, Soho
Sam Cornett, wine merchant, 15 Arundel street, Strand
Corney & Gregory, wine & beer merchants, 65 Old Broad street
Cornfactors Coffee house, Mark lane, Jane Stubbs
John Cornly, Talbot, Borough High street
John Corns, victualler, Bermondsey square
John Corrie, brewer, High street, Lambeth
Thomas Corson, Ship & Star, Wapping
James Corver, Welsh Harp, 23 Aylesbury street
William Cory, Bricklayers Arms, 32 Gresse street, Rathbone place
J J & P Cossart, wine merchants, 3 Clements lane, Lombard street
T Costin, publican, Brook street, Ratcliff
Philip Costin, Grey Eagle, Grey Eagle street, Spitalfields
H Cotes, Duke of Clarence, Camberwell
James Cottam, Antigallican & Star, Tooley street, Borough
Ester Cottrell, White Hart, Market street, Westminster
B Couch, Phoenix brewhouse, Old street road
James Coulburn, Prince of Orange, Hatton wall
Rich Coulstock, Old King of Prussia, Fair street, Horslydown
Widow Coupland, wine vaults, 39 Aldgate without
Courage & Donaldson, brewers, Horslydown Old stairs
Thomas Courtney, Oxford & Cambridge Coffee house, 106 Strand
H Cousins, Swan, Glean alley, Tooley street
John Covil, Bell, Watergate, Woolwich
J Cowcher, Canterbury Arms, Upper Lambeth Marsh
John & George Cowill, brandy merchants, 8 Water lane, Thames street
Cowell & Son, brewers, Maid lane, Bankside
Rob Cowen, St Andrew, Lower East Smithfield
Jos Cowland, Yorkshire Grey, Stratford, Essex
Rich Cowley, Kings Arms, Bow
Charles Cox, Cecil Coffee House & Hotel, 84 Strand
Isaac Cox, the Two Black Boys, Hackney
James Cox, wine & brandy merchant, 7 George lane, Botolph lane
James Cox, Old Red Lion, Great Ealing
James Cox, Old George, Mortlake, Surrey
John Cox, brewer, Hoxton
M Cox, Windmill, Bowyer lane, Camberwell
Peter Cox, brewer, Hackney road
William Cox, Mitre, High street, Barnet
Richard Coxen, Half Moon & Seven Stars, Old Brentford
John Coxeter, Horse Shoe, Goswell street
Joseph Cozens, Three Tuns, Broadway, Westminster
William Craighead, Bacchus & Tun, White Cross street, Southwark
R Crank, Bartholomew Coffee house, 42 West Smithfield
Peter Crasby, the Marquis Cornwallis, Curtain road
Craven Hotel, Craven street, Strand, Stevenson
Crayfoor & Overton, the Pageant, Rotherhithe street
Rich Creary, Two Brewers, Wandsworth
William Crew, wine merchant, Jamaica Coffee house
John Cribb, wine & brandy merchant, 17 Artillery street
William Crick, the George, Hampstead
Bernard Crilly, the Hope Eating House, Maiden lane, Covent garden
John Crinde, victualler, 11 Church lane, Wellclose square
Ann Crispe, Seven Stars, Bromley
Robert Crocker, the Kings Arms, Kentish town
R Croker, the Five Bells, East end, Finchley
William Cromer, Admiral Duncan, Old Compton street, Soho
Robert Crombie, Kings Head, Chelsea Waterworks
James Crompton, the Bell, 20 Brick lane, Spitalfields
Joseph Croom, Sussex tavern and hotel, Bouverie street, Fleet street
J Croose, Phoenix, Palace street, Pimlico
Cropper & Beailey, Star brewhouse, 15 Great Peter street, Westminster
Jeremiah Cross, Rose & Crown, Tottenham
Thomas Cross, Rose & Crown, Leadenhall market
Henry Crossman, the Windsor Castle, City road
William Crowder, Wheat Sheaf, Castle street, Southwark
Crown & Anchor Tavern, Leadenhall street, J Waller
Crown & Anchor Tavern, Strand, Simkin & Jackson
Crown Coffee house & tavern, Soho square, Hawbrey
Crown & Magpye tavern & coffee house, Aldgate High street, A Bruce
Joseph Crump, Red Lion, East street, Greenwich
_ Crump, publican, Keenes row, Walworth
R Cuddington, wine merchant, 32 St James’s street
John Cuff jun, brewer, Barking
J Culbert & C0, wine & brandy merchants, Kingston, Surrey
John Cullemore, victualler, South Lambeth
Robert Cullen, Duke of Gloucester, Greenwich road
John Cullin, Kings Head, Grosvenor gate, Park lane
Samuel Cumber, the Dog & Fox Inn, Wimbledon
John Cumming, Earl of Effingham, Whitechapel road
John Cummings, victualler, Cree Church lane, Leadenhall street
Sameul Cundell, Horse & Groom, 23 Gresse street, Rathbone place
John Curling, Elephant & Castle, Mint street, Borough
John Curnock, Old Red Lion, Southall
Joseph Curt, Georges Coffee house, Coventry street
John Curtis, wine & brandy merchant, 6 Assembly row, Mile end
John Cusins, Kings Arms Inn, Oxford street
Cuthbert & Clarke, wine merchants, 23 Colchester street, Tower hill
G M Cutmore, brandy merchant, 127 Bishopsgate street
Wiliam Cutmore, wine vaults, 125 Bishopsgate street without

London Taverns & Coffee Houses in Holdens directory in 1809 and pub history C to Cle

I have been transcribing the Holdens directory for 1809. It is interesting in that it names quite a number of Coffee houses in 1809, when George III must have been on the throne. I have a number of listings for the Holdens directories on 1805, 1808 and 1811 on the pubwiki site, and and these are of little interest to most people because they don’t realise they are there!

I compare with that of the 1811 directory, but I have also noticed that a Coffee house may suddenly be named, but with no street number, whereas the 1811 directory may use the address but not the name of the establishment!

Sam Cable, Duke of Cumberland, Red Lion street, Spitalfields
William Cable, Old Kings Head, Limehouse corner
Cades & Stevens, wine & brandy merchants, Garlick hill
M Caffrey, Dover Castle, Narrow wall, Lambeth
Caledonian Hotel, Adelphi street, Mrs Osborne
Calladine & Lovelock, Bell Tavern & tea gardens, Kilburn
P Callaghan, victualler, 6 Upper Grosvenor street
Cambridge Coffee house, Newman street, S Bellchambers
M A Camburn, wine & brandy merchant, 14 Quebec street, Portman square – Bakers Coffee house
John Camfield, White Horse, King street, Old street
H Campbell, Edinburgh ale vaults, 332 Strand
John Campion, Jolly Angler, Bath street, City road
William Camburne, wine merchant, 14 Quebec street, Portman square – Bakers Coffee house
Cannon Coffee house, Cockspur street, Bullock
John Cannon, wine merchant, 53 Fenchurch street – Kings Head
John Cannon, Kings Head tavern, Fenchurch street
Rich Cannon, Hat & Feathers, Goswell street
William Cannon, Castle, 81 St Johns street
George Cantrum, Wheat Sheaf, Church street, Greenwich
William Caperthwaite, George Coffee house, Smithfield
William Careless, Bunch of Grapes, Mint square, Borough
J Carey, Three Jolly Bakers, Little Chesterfield street, Marylebone
William Carey, Star & Garter, Powis street, Woolwich
William Carey, wine & brandy merchant, 27 Marylebone street, Golden square
Carolina Coffee house, Birchin lane, Cooke
Edw Carr, wine & brandy vaults, Chelsea walk, Chelsea
James Carr, victualler, St Pauls Churchyard
John Carrin, Bell, Hendon
Elizabeth Carroll, wine vaults, 114 Long acre – Blue Boars Head
James Carroll, Coach & Horses, Wellbeck street, Cavendish square
Elizabeth Carter, Sussex Coffee house, Bouverie street, Fleet street
James Carter, brandy merchant, 33 Barbican – Red Cross
James Carter, victualler, the Griffin, Long lane, West Smithfield
John Carter, Three Pidgeons, Stratford green, Essex
Josep Carter, victualler, the Crane, Church street, Hackney
Robert Carter, The Bull, Stratford, Essex
William Carter, victualler, Magazine, East lane, Greenwich
William Cartmeale, victualler, Mount row, Berkeley square
William G Cartwight, wine merchant, 1 Surry street, Blackfriars road
Cary & Platt, wine & brandy merchants, 90 Goswell street & 58 Cannon street
Isaac Cash, Green Dragon, Wells street, Hackney
Alex Cassels, victualler, King & Queen, Duke street, Manchester square
M Castell, victualler, Golden Anchor, Woolwich
Castle & Falcon Hotel & Tavern, Aldersgate street, J & D Kay
Thomas Castle, victualler, Sampson & Lion, Butcher row, East Smithfield
_ Caswell, spirit merchant, 120 Upper Shadwell
_ Caswell, publican, Penton row, Walworth
Job Caswell, Star, Wilkes street, Spitalfields
Walter Caswell, Crown, Wood street, Barnet
Samuel Cate, Hare & Hounds, East Sheen, Surrey
Mary Cath, victualler, Manor Arms, Manor row, Tower hill
John Cathie, victualler, 40 Poland street, Oxford street – Bunch of Grapes
John Cattams, victualler, White Hart, Greenwich
Thomas Cattersham, Robin Hood, Millbank, Westminster
Henry Cave, wine merchant, 42 Southampton row, Bloomsbury
J Cawood, publican, High street, Lambeth
Sarah Cawthorn, the Crown, Upper street, Islington
William Cawthorn, wine & brandy merchant, 2 Idol lane, Tower street
William Caybourn, publican, 134 Upper Shadwell
Cecil Street Coffee house, Strand, Cox
Rob Chadwick, Royal Hospital Tavern, Chelsea
Francis Chalie, wine merchant, 14 Mincing lane
John & Matthew Chalie, wine merchants, 28 Mincing lane
John Chalk, George inn, Barking, Essex
John Chamberlain, C George street, Manchester street
Charles Chambers, Bunch of Grapes, 4 James’s street, Covent garden
Sam Chambers, the Red Lion, 65 Old street
William Chambers, publican, St Catherine street
J Champion, Jacobs Well, Upper Ground street, Blackfriars
William Champion, Red Lion Inn, Putney
George Champniss, Swan & Sugar loaf, Croydon
James Chandler, Swan & Sugar loaf, Dockhead
John Chandler, tavern keeper, 2 Ave Maria lane – Kings Head
William Chandler, Crown & Anchor, Great Guildford street, Southwark
Edw Chapman, Bun House, Chelsea
E Chapman, the Nags Head, Grays Inn lane
J Chapman, Three Compasses, Lambeth marsh
John Chapman, victualler, Long lane, Smithfield
John Chapman, Roebuck, Duke street, Aldgate
Rich Chapman, British Coffee house, 41 Great Suffolk street, Charing cross
Thomas Chapman, wine & brandy merchant, Putney
Tyson Chapman, brewer, Putney
William Chapman, the St John of Jerusalem, St Johns gate
Chappell & Co, wine & brandy merchants, Green Dragon court, High street, St Giles
Chapter Coffee house, St Pauls Church yard, M Brunn
G Charge, Kings Head, Bridge road, Lambeth
Charles & Dickins, wine & brandy merchants, 8 Old Jewry
J Charlton, Crown & Sceptre, Shad Thames
Isaac Charlton, George Inn, Hounslow
John Charrington & Co, brewers, Mile end
E Chart, Old Barge House, Upper Ground street, Blackfriars
Joseph Chase, Cocoa Tree, St James’s street
John William & Sam Chatfield, wine & brandy merchants, 15 Coopers row, Tower hill
Henry Chave, New Bedford Coffee house, Southampton row, Bloomsbury
J Checkers, Cock, Camberwell
Mark Cherrell, wine & brandy merchant, 10 Hayes court, Soho
Morris Cherry, Royal Mortar, London road, St Georges fields
Henry Child, wine merchant, 7 Black Raven court, Seething lane
John Child, Prince of Wales, Prospect place, St Georges fields
S Child, wine & brandy merchant, & dealer in bottled beers, 126 Borough High street – Blue Eyed Maid
Thomas Child, the Cock, Church street, Mile End New Town
Child & Wardell, wine merchants, 135 Pall Mall
Ann Chillingsworth, Tigers Head Inn, South end, Lewisham
G Chilman, White Bear, Church end, Heston
William Chipps, Durham Arms, Hackney road
Edw Chisnall, City of London, City road
Thomas Christian, Red Lion, 44 Cow Cross
J & J Christie, wine & brandy merchants, St James’s market
Thomas Christmas, the Swan, Wandsworth
George Christopher, wine merchant, Mile end
James Church, Rose & Crown, Webber street, Westminster road
Jos Churchill, victualler, 22 King street, Holborn
Churchill & Tucker, Crown brewhouse, 45 Stanhope street, Clare Market
William & Churchill, wine & brandy merchant, Hedge row, Islington
City of London Tavern, Bishopsgate street, Terry & Co.
William Clapham, Black Jack, Portsmouth street, Clare market
Edw Claridge, Red Lion, Finchley common
George Clark, Magpie & Stump, 11 Silver street, Clerkenwell
H Clark, White Horse wine vaults, Gravel lane, Southwark
J Clark, Hole in the Wall, Beaufort row, Chelsea
James Clark, Bird in Hand, Bow, Middlesex
John Clark, wine & brandy merchant, Baker street North
John Clark, Joiners Arms, Camberwell
John Clark, Intrepid Fox, Wardour street
John Clark, Salutation, Old Brentford
John Clark, Red House wine vaults, Gravel lane, Southwark
Sam Clark, wine vaults, 67 Dean street, Soho square
William Clark, wine & brandy merchant, Wellclose square
William Clark, brewer, Whites ground, Bermondsey
William Clark, Marquis of Cornwallis, Bethnal green road
William Clark, Cyder cellar, Maiden lane, Covent garden
William Clark, Grapes & Can, 119 Goswell street
William Clark, the Bull, 16 Devonshire street, Bishopsgate street
William Clark, Castle, Smallberry green
William Clark, wine vaults, 1 North East passage, Wellclose square
_ Clark, New England Coffee House, Threadneedle street
Edw Clarke, Queens Head Tavern, 14 St James’s street
John Clarke, Green Man & Still, Coppice row, Clerkenwell
Rich Clarke, Fortune of War Inn, 92 East street, Marylebone
Rich Clarke, victualler, Coach & Horses, Eyre street hill
T H Clarke, wine merchant, 3 Crown court, Old Broad street
W Clarke, brewer, Whites ground, Bermondsey
William Clarke, Noahs Ark, Woodbridge street, Aylesbury street
William Clarke, Kings Arms, Bridge court, Westminster
W Clarke, Hare & Hounds, Old Brentford
William Clarke, Windsor Castle Inn, Hammersmith
Elizabeth Clarkson, wine & brandy merchant, & Italian warehouse, 63 South Audley street, Grosvenor square
J Clement, White Bear, coach and waggon office, Piccadilly
Benj Clements, inn keeper, Swan Inn, Stockwell, Surrey
Isaac Clements, Mitre Tavern, 36 Fish street hill
Ch Clementson, Lamb & Flaggon, Clerkenwell green
George Cleveley, Bunch of Grapes, 1 Goswell street
Hugh Cleverly, Coach & Horses, Newington green

London Taverns & Coffee Houses in Holdens directory in 1809 and pub history Bro to Bry

I have been transcribing the Holdens directory for 1809. It is interesting in that it names quite a number of Coffee houses in 1809, when George III must have been on the throne. I have a number of listings for the Holdens directories on 1805, 1808 and 1811 on the pubwiki site, and and these are of little interest to most people because they don’t realise they are there!

I compare with that of the 1811 directory, but I have also noticed that a Coffee house may suddenly be named, but with no street number, whereas the 1811 directory may use the address but not the name of the establishment!

John Brockenbrow, Baptists Head, Crucifix lane, Borough
George Brockley, Goat, Queen street, Horslydown
John Brook, the Black Boy and Still, High street, Hampstead
George Brooks, the Plough, Tottenham
Sam Brooks, Three Tuns, Clements lane, Clare market
John Brough, wine vaults, 42 Bury street, St James’s
Thomas Brough, Ram Inn, West Smithfield
George Broughton, One Tun, 25 Turnmill street
Robert Broughton, Swan Inn, Holborn bridge
Browns Coffee house, Mitre court, Fleet street, G Mascall
_ Brown, White Swan, Gravel lane, Southwark
B Brown, Marquis of Granby, Little Almonry, Westminster
Brown & Banham, wine & brandy merchants, 21 St Swithins lane
C Brown, publican, East street, Lambeth
Charles Brown, victualler, 248 Oxford street – Duke of Gloucester
Charles Brown, Nags Head, High street, Hampstead
George Brown, Cock & Bottle, Bedfordbury
James Brown, Marlborough Arms, 20 Lower Thornaugh street, Bedford square
James Brown, Blue Coat Boy, 32 Dorset street, Spitalfields
James Brown, White Swan, Tottenham
John Brown, victualler, Camden town
John Brown, Crown, Tufton street, Westminster
John Brown, Southampton Arms, Camden town
John Brown, Three Compasses, Vauxhall
John Brown, Spread Eagle Tap, Wandsworth
John Brown, victualler, 22 Great Somerset street, Aldgate – George
John Brown, Salutation, Cupers bridge, Lambeth
John Brown, Cart & Horses, Stratford, Essex
Rich Brown, Catherine Wheel, 46 Great Windmill street
Rich Brown, Black Bull, Whetstone
Rob Brown, Horse & Leaping Bar, Whitechapel
S Brown, Star & Garter, Battersea
Sam Brown, Black Bull, Stamford bridge, Little Chelsea
Thomas Brown, Bricklayers Arms, Parkers row, Bermondsey
Thomas Brown, Kings Arms, Carshalton, Surrey
Thomas Brown, the Crown, Great Ormond yard
Brown & Wallington, Castle & Falcon Inn, Aldersgate street
Brown & Whitford, wine merchants, 11 Adam street, Adelphi
William Brown, New Hummums coffee house, Covent garden
William Brown, victualler, Ship, Hackney grove
John Browne, Three Tuns, 429 Oxford street
Thomas Browning, Black Dog, Twickenham
Ann Bruce, Crown and Magpie Tavern, 22 Aldgate High street
Bruere & Co, wine merchants, 40 Craven street, Strand
_ Bruggeman, Pots Head, Whitechapel road
Louis Brunet, Hotel, Leicester square
Maria Brunn, Chapter coffee house, 50 Paternoster row
Thomas Bryan, wine merchant, & broker, 24 Mincing lane
John Buchanan, Oporto wine company, & dealers in foreign spirits, 46 Rathbone place
John Buchanan, genuine Irish whiskey warehouse, 46 Rathbone place
Ferdinand Buchmeyer, Castle, New street, St Catherines
Mary Buck, Fox & hounds, Little Guildford street, Southwark
James Buckland, Red Lion, Old Cavendish street, Oxford street
John Bucklow, Black Horse, Clements lane, Clare market
William Buckthorp, Rose & Crown, 35 Allen street, Goswell street
H Budd, Fox, Twickenham
James Budd, the Queens Head, 95 Great Titchfield street, Cavendish square
Thomas Buddard, White Swan, Bayswater
William Bufton, publican, Rosemary lane, Whitechapel
Thomas Bugbird, the Cock, West end, Hampstead
Edward Bull, Angel, John street, Minories
Bull & Mouth Inn, & Coffee house, Bull & Mouth street
William Bull, brandy merchant, Bermondsey street
Thomas Buller, victualler, Ray street, Clerkenwell
Charles Bullocke, Cannon Coffee house, Cockspur street, Charing cross
Ann Bumsted, wine & brandy merchant, 184 Bishopsgate without
Junius Bumsted, wine & brandy merchant, 182 Bishopsgate without
Benjamin Bunyer, Half Moon, Broad green, Croydon
John Bunyer, Greyhound Inn, Smithfield
Charles Bunyon, wine & brandy merchants, 29 Great Tower street
John Burch, brandy merchant, 1 Nicholas lane, Lombard street
James Burden, Bricklayers Arms, 54 Park street, Grosvenor square
Jos Burdon, Duke of Cumberland, Warwick street, Golden square
Edm Burford, Pauls Head, 155 Fenchurch street
_ Burgess, victualler, 1 Albion buildings, Bartholomew close
Peter Burke, Hole in the Wall, Theobalds road
James Burne, Three Jolly Butchers, Stoke Newington
Samuel Burpitt, Three Compasses, 1 Brick lane, Spitalfields
John Burr, White Hart, Battersea
Jos Burridge, victualler, 36 Swallow street
Thomas Burroughs, Coopers Arms, Great Saffron hill
B Burrows, Dundee Arms, Bethnal green
John Burrows, Kings Arms, Little Chelsea
J Burton, tavern keeper, Great Carter lane, Doctors commons
William Burton, victualler, 9 Little Dean street, Soho
F E Busbridge, publican, Canterbury place, Lambeth
M Bushell, wine & brandy merchant, 79 Fore street, Cripplegate
Samuel Butcher, wine & brandy merchant, Whitcomb street, Leicester square
Abraham Butler, the Crown & Leek, Pelham street, Mile end New Town
James Butler, Jack Straws Castle, Hampstead heath
Mary Butler, Queens Head, Covent garden
Rich Butler, Wheat Sheaf, Smithfield
Butler & Sons, wine & brandy merchants, Water lane, Tower street
Stephen Butler, victualler, 1 Little Pulteney street, Golden square
Thomas Butler, Antwerp Tavern, Threadneedle street
Rich Butt, victualler, 109 Wapping street
Thomas Butterfield, the Half Moon, Holloway
William Button, brandy merchant, Westminster road
D Byan, Hope & Anchor, Glouceser place, Camden town
Alex Byers, Rodneys Head, Chandos street, Grosvenor square
Thomas Byrne, White Horse, Little Britain

London Coffee Houses and Taverns. (Basically very old pubs).

All about London Coffee Houses and Taverns. These are basically very old pubs, or coffee houses with alcohol. The correct terminology for a tavern is actually a place where people get together to get drunk. Tavern comes from the original word of a taberna (plural tabernae) which is latterly described as a Roman wine shop, but in fact is the name for any type of Roman shop.

I spend vast amounts of time collecting together tiny facts, called data, about old pubs and buildings, in old London. My pubwiki site lists thousands of pubs, and my londonwiki site has lots of useful-ish facts including an 1832 and 1842 London street directory. Its not always early enough, so I also list John Lockies 1810 descriptive street directory of London in its entirety and also the descriptions to some of the early maps.

This site did list many taverns, and these have been moved to the pubwiki Taverns section. It is easier to edit one site, although this site will grow with alternatives, like where is this Tavern, what information exists which is proven correct, and where is it in the old maps?