UK pub history and historical Street directory

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Jon Snow reporting about the abuse, and murder of children by Israel, in Gaza by Israel. Murdering, inhumane, right wing Israeli scumbags who kill children indiscriminately; and bomb hospitals, and United Nations Schools; and do not respect the Geneva Convention.
It is now time for the West to decide whether they are prepared to see hundreds of innocent civilians killed by a rich state who have a lot of influence around the world. I am sickened by the murderous attitudes of Israel.

Pub History of London, Essex, Kent, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Middlesex, Suffolk, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Sussex, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Devon, Somerset & Dorset.

The pub history site now covers all of Essex, London, Kent, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Middlesex, Suffolk, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Sussex, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Devon, Somerset  and parts of Lincoln and Leicester - and more? The sister site is moving north, south, east and west.

The (deadpubs) pub history and historical street directory is a listing of open & closed Pubs which show the address changes through time, and obviously from a historical perspective. It concentrates on the many road name changes through the years because of slum clearance, road renaming and modern office building. The site lists Pubs and their history in their original church parishes; and attempts to describe the towns through the past two hundred years.

London is very interesting as it bore the brunt of the WWII bombings, as did many other places, but also went through a road renaming process between 1938 and 1944. Many of the roads with similar names were simply renamed to distinct road names. This is where the 1944 listing of Pubs is incredibly important.

Pubs, like churches move slowly over a period of time, I use this to my advantage. The site lists original content on Pub History, Census and Trade Directory entries from the Post Office , Kelly and Pigots Trade Directories, Petty Session Victuallers records etc. for the last two hundred years. The public houses are listed by church parish as they would have existed before 1900 - many of these are no longer in existence.

 

Here are some random historical and new images of the many thousands of images on the pub history site:

Lobster, Canvey Island
 Lobster, Canvey Island
Cricketers, Bethnal Green
Cricketers, Bethnal Green
Bow Bells, in recent years - Kindly provided by Philip Mernick @ http://www.mernick.co.uk/thhol/
Bow Bells, Bromley
George Hotel, High Street, Crawley - circa 1916
George, Crawley
Eclipse, 164 Barnsbury Road, Islington - circa 1924 (Landlord Edward 'Ted' Burrill leaning in the doorway)
Eclipse, Islington
Brunel Hotel, Millbay Road, Plymouth
Brunel Hotel, Plymouth
  The Cricketers, Richmond
The Cricketers, Richmond
 



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