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Holdens directory in 1805 listing publicans, victuallers etc - F.

Holdens directory in 1805 to 1811

Fairbain and Son, wine vaults, 3 Grafton street, Soho
William Falkner, Waggon and Horses, Old Brentford
Mrs Fann, Butchers Arms, Clement lane, Clare market
William Fanthom, Prince William Henry, Great Surrey street, Blackfriars road
Thomas Faram, brandy merchant, 48 Brewer street
John Farey, brandy merchant, 59 Swallow street
Farmer and Houghton, wine and brandy merchants, 324 Wapping
Mr Farmer, wine and brandy merchant, 15 Gate street, Lincolns inn fields
William Farmer, Crown and Anchor, Little Anchor street
William Farmer, victualler, 21 Salisbury court, Fleet street
Joseph Farr, the Bell, Laytonstone
Isaac Farr, victualler, Shacklewell
Thomas Farrell, Spotted Dog, Poplar
Farrington and Co, wine merchants, 7 Princes square, Kennington
Joseph Farrington, Dolphin, Little Cheapside, Sun street, Finsbury square
_ Farris, victualler, 28 Paddington street, Marylebone
Henry Fassett, White Hart Coffee house, 296 Strand
Benj Faulkner, wine and brandy merchant, 15 Blackmoor street, Clare market
Alex Faulkner, wine and brandy merchant, 69 Wardour street, Soho
R Faulkner, the Cheshire Cheese, Little Essex street, Strand
John Faulkner, Coach and Horses, 320 Strand
E Fearn, the Quebec, 237 Oxford street
Henry Fell, Bunch of Grapes, 23 Curzon street, Mayfair
James Fell, inn keeper, Red Cow, Hammersmith
Walter Fellingham, Black Horse, 8 Church lane, Whitechapel
V Fendell, Ship, Old Palace yard, Westminster
Francis Fennell, Ship, Fulham
James Fenner, Three Compasses, 16 Little Marylebone street, Cavendish square
James Fenner, victualler, 7 Little Marylebone street
R Fenton, the Ship, High street, Newington
William Fenton, Leather Bottle, Garret, Surrey
John Ferneaugh, Black Bull, Holborn
Thomas Field, wine and beer merchant, 23 Henrietta street, Coven garden
A Field, wine and brandy merchant, 25 Pudding lane, Thames street
Edward Field, Ship and Compass, Upper East Smithfield
Thomas Field, Black Horse, Leman street, Goodmans fields
John Field, the General Howards Head, Royal Hospital row, Chelsea
John Fielder, wine merchant, 13 Kings row, Pimlico
John Fielding, wine merchant, 10 Kings road, Pimlico
John Fife, Queens Head, Fleet street, Bethnal green
G Filmer, Queens Arms, 381 Oxford street
Finch and Williamshurst, wine and brandy merchants, 42 Great Tower street
Matthew Finch, wine and brandy merchant, Back lane, Deptford
William Fink, victualler, Cable street, Ratcliff
Joseph Finlayson, Coach and Horses, 81 High Holborn
James Finley, the Bell, Old Gravel lane, Ratcliff
John Firth, wine merchant, Clements court, Milk lane
Hans Fischer, Porto Bello, St Martins lane
James Fish, the Bell, Middlesex street, Whitechapel
George Fisher, wine merchant, 23 Upper Thornaugh street, Bedford square
George Fisher, wine merchant, 172 and 173 Bishopsgate street without
Thomas Fisher, Southwark Coffee house, Worcester street, Southwark
Richard Fisher, victualler, Crown and Still, Clare street, Clare market
George Fisher, the George, Northampton place, St John street
Richard Fisher, the George, 20 St Johns street
_ Fisher, Green Man, Berwick street, Soho
Benjamin Fisher, victualler, 1 Weston street, Maze, Southwark
John Fisher, the Plough, Stockwell
Thomas Fisher, the Elephant and Castle, Newington
William Fisher, the Nun Head, Nun green, Peckham rye
J Fisher, Vlack Lion, Plaistow, Essex
Charles Fiske, wine, rum and brandy merchant, 12 New road, St Georges east
Nathaniel Fiske, Windmill Inn and tavern, Clapham common
Edward Fitch, wine and brandy merchant, 65 Jermyn street, St James’s
William Fitch, Bulls Head, 80 Leadenhall street
Elizabeth Fitchew, White Horse, Fan street, Aldersgate street
Thomas Fitzpatrick, victualler, 131 Drury lane
Richard Flack, wine and brandy merchant, 33 Crutched friars
William Flanders, Weavers Arms, Green street, Bethnal green
R Flaxman, Dukes Head, Fore street, Lambeth
Joshua Fleetwood, the Cheshire Cheese, Northampton street, Clerkenwell
Thomas Flesher, wine merchant, 13 Billiter lane
Cosier Fletcher, Red Lion, Basing lane
_ Flight, Bulls Head, Tottenham Court road
Stephen Flindall, Hole in the Wall, Fleet street
Miss Flood, Batsons Coffee house, Cornhill
John Floyd, Green man, Tooley street
William Flude, White Hart, Long alley, Moorfields
Joseph Folker, Sun, Nags Head court, Gracechurch street
Thomas Follit, Salopian Coffee house, Charing Cross

William Folo, Blue Anchor, Peckham
Thomas Foord, wine vaults, 45 Whitechapel
John Forbes, Pauls Head, Paul street, Finsbury square
John Foreman, Dyers Arms, 17 Cannon street
William Forrest, Castle, City road, Finsbury square
Alex Forshaw, wine vaults, 89 Whitechapel
Thomas Forster, inn keeper, Harrow
Thomas Forster, White Horse, Pond street, Hampstead
William Forsyth, Rose and Crown, Putney
Thomas Fort, victualler, Kentish town
Sarah Fort, victualler, 205 Bermondsey street
Thomas Firty, Castle Tavern, Richmond
Foster and Bateman, wine merchants, 44 Craven street
William and Samuel Foster, Red Lion Inn, Aldersgate street
Thomas Foster, Dark House, Dark House lane, Billingsgate
I Foster, the Ctown, Green street, Leicester square
Alex Foster, victualler, 64 Wapping
James Foster, victualler, 4 Wych street, Drury lane
J Fountain, Duke of Argyle, Great Almonry, Westminster
Peter Fouring, the Bunch of Grapes, 57 High Holborn
_ Fowler, Museum Tavern, Upper ground, Blackfriars
Gilbert Fowler, Rising Sun, Clements lane, Clare market
Mary Fowles, Ship on Launch, King street, Deptford
Thomas and Robert Fox, wine merchants, 19 Great Queen street, Lincolns inn fields
James Fox, the Rose, 12 Monkwell street
William Fox, Kings Head, Tooley street
Thomas Fox, victualler, 198 Wapping
Timothy Fox, Queens Head, Great Bath street, Cold bath fields
Edw Fox, Half Moon and Crown, Bacon street, Bethnal green
C Fox, the Gun, 31 Union street, Bishopsgate without
John Foyle, White Bear, King street, Hammersmith
Henry Framton, the George, Webber street, St Georges fields
William Francis, Red Lion, Red Cross square, Jewin street, Aldersgate street
William Francis, Edinburgh Castle, 322 Strand
John Francis, Bunch of Grapes, Portpool lane
George Franck, wine vaults, 72 Blackman street, Borough
James Franck, Kings Head, Caroline street, Greenwich
P Franey, the Eagle and Child, Forest Gate, West Ham
William Franklin, Old Rose, 58 Old Bailey
John Fraser, White Horse, Whitcomb street, Charing Cross
William Freeland, the George, Pauls alley, Red Cross street, Cripplegate
James Freeman, Bank tavern, 3 Throgmorton street
Samuel Freeman, Saracens Head, Aldgate
Thomas Freeman, Swan, Queens building, Knightsbridge
_ Freeman, White Hart, Giltspur street, Smithfield
Mary Freeman, Anchor, Fryers Barnet
Edward Freeman, Hinds Head, Chiswell street
Francis French, the George, 108 Old street
George Frenchm Masons Arms, Edgeware
Thomas Frend and Son, wine merchants, 31 Cornhill
A Frere, Crown, Edgware road
R Friend, the Old Kings Head, Narrow Wall, Lambeth
William Frimlin, Kings Head, Long lane, Southwark
C and R Frisby, wine and brandy merchants, 62 Mark lane
B Frith, George and Dragon, Princes street, Soho
Joseph Froome, Queens Arms, Kennington lane
John Frost, Two Brewers, Willow street, Southwark
Joseph Frost, inn keeper,Woodford, Essex
Henry Froud, White Lion, Tooley street
Thomas Froud, the George, 8 East Harding street, Fetter lane
William Fry, the Two Brewers, Church street, Greenwich
William Fry, wine vaults, 15 Round court, St Martins le grand
Thomas Fryer, White Horse, Assembly row, Mile End
Christopher Fryer, Jews Harp tea gardens, Marylebone park
Edward Fryer, Valiant Trooper, 9 Goodge street, Tottenham Court road
Henry Fulcher, White Swan, 63 Shoe lane, Holborn
John Fuller, Queens Landing, 5 Wapping Wall
Edward Fuller, Star Inn, Star corner, Southwark
James Fullham, the Coach and Horses, Ilford, Essex
Henry Fullwood, wine vaults, 23 Charterhouse lane
John Fullwood, Crown, 222 St Johns street
J Funge, Excise Coffee house, Old Broad street
Patrick Furlong, Marlborough Head, Pelham street, Spital square
William Furmage, the Crane, Wandsworth
H Furmage, victualler, Wandsworth
William Furniss, Bell and hare, Tottenham
Furnivals Inn coffee house, Holborn

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