My pages on these were not bad, but David Elis-Williams sent me details of articles written by him, and these add richly to the early life of these three public houses, well, two really. The White Hind, later the Fox; and the Antigallican, later the Royal Standard. Both detail the early references to the earlier […]
I have spent the day adding postcodes to the Bethnal Green pubs on my site. There are rather a lot of pubs, and it all takes time. What I want to do is have a listing of all of the pubs on the site in each postcode, rather than area, or in the case of […]
I have spent a few hours, actually, most of the day; adding links to an excellent list of 1829 taverns and coffee houses, hotels etc. It is all the early stuff which does not always correspond to a list of public houses. The years of research which have gone into the pub history site for […]
I have been searching for a census entry for this very early inn for some time. It is quite obvious once you find it, even if you missed it in the 1841 census previously. The Lion in the Wood Inn, or public house disappears around 1862 from directories, and I have records from as early […]
The NogoLondon.com site is slowly being updated alongside my pub history site with lots of tidying up of old out of date content in the first instance, plus a a few pictures. This is a quick update so that I can confirm I am adding categories as I should be.
I took a trip to London today, nothing planned, so lets see where we get to. I parked near to Hornchurch station on the District line, and proceeded towards London, stopping off at Dagenham east, Dagenham Heathway, Barking, and East Ham. Each time I exited the station, took a photograph of the external station and […]
I have to say that the pub history site, mainly about London and the South East has been building for a number of years. I am currently 3.6 average in google for pub history, about 5,5 for London street directory, and 1.7 for London pub history; and therefore I am on track for having a […]