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Beaumont Arms, 170 Uxbridge Road, Hammersmith W12

The 1852 license transfer describes the address as the Beaumont Arms, corner of Wood lane, Hammersmith. This pub was known as Edwards for a while and is now renamed the Defectors Weld (2011). **

Hammersmith pub history Index

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Beaumont Arms, 170 Uxbridge Road, W12 - in March 2011

Beaumont Arms, 170 Uxbridge Road, W12 - in March 2011

Kindly provided by Stephen Harris

The following entries are in this format:

Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source.

1826/W P Dorrall/../../../London Directory ****

April 16, 1833/Joseph Reffell (20th March) of the Beaumont Arms, Shepherds Bush, Middlesex, Victualler./Perry Bankrupt Gazette

May 1851/Charles Bidewell/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper ****

May 1851/Thomas White/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper ****

February 1852/Thomas Martin (agent for Thomas White)/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper ****

February 1852/Wm Henry Ingleden/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper ****

November 1854/T C Ingleden and John Lloyd, executors of the late William Henry Ingleden/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era Newspaper ****

November 1854/Mrs Jane Ingleden/Incoming Licensee/../../Era Newspaper ****

1855/William Henry Ingleden/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1859/Jane Ingledew / Landlady /../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **
1859/Clara Susanna Ingledew / Daughter /../../Proceedings of the Old Bailey **

February 1864/Jane Ingleden/Fined 25 shillings/../../West Middlesex Advertiser ****

February 1865/Jane Ingleden/Fined 30 shillings for unjust measures a second time/../../West Middlesex Advertiser ****

September 1866/Jane Hopgood/Outgoing Licensee/../../West Middlesex Advertiser ****

September 1866/Francis Hopgood, late Ingleden/Incoming Licensee/../../West Middlesex Advertiser ****

May 1869/Francis Hopgood, late occupier/Outgoing Licensee/../../Era ****

May 1869/Jane Hopgood, widow and executrix of Francis Hopgood/Incoming Licensee/../../Era ****

1869/Mrs Jane Hopgood/Lease & counterpart for 99 years for the Beaumont Arms Tavern, Shepherds Bush, widow/../../Hammersmith Archives *

1871/Jane Hopgood/Licensed Victualler, Widow/51/Clerkenwell/Census ****
1871/Emily A Ingledew/Daughter/28/London/Census
1871/Elizabeth Webb/Sister, Widow/53/Portsea, Hampshire/Census
1871/Harriett Willis/Servant/25/Lambeth/Census
1871/George Stock/Ostler/20/Essex/Census

1874/Mrs Jane Hopgood/../../../Middlesex Post Office Directory ****

1878/Mrs Jane Hopgood/../../../Middlesex Post Office Directory ****

November 1879/Death of Jane Hopgood, widow of Mr Francis, at Shepherds Bush, aged 60, on November 5th/../../../Pall Mall Gazette 21 November 1879 ****

28 November 1879/The Will of Jane Hopgood late of the "Beaumont Arms" Shepherds Bush in the County of Middlesex Licensed Victualler a Widow who died 5 November 1879 at the "Beaumont Arms" was proved at the Principal Registry by Benjamin Starling of 9 Grays Inn square in the said County and Henry Hugh Webb of 1 Liston Road Clapham in the County of Surrey the nephew Gentleman the Executors. Personal Estate under 7000.

1 September 1880/Coroner inquest into the death of Emily Ann Clark, the landlady. Her husband, Henry Edward Clark evidence suggested she liked a drink. Mr Edward Ingleton, landlord of the Chepstow Tavern, Westbourne Park stated she was his sister./London Standard

1896/George E Absell/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1901/Robert Samuel Clark & James Braid/../../../London Gazette, 4 June 1901 **

1905/Robert Samuel Clark / Victualler /../../London Gazette, 30 June 1905 **

1908/Pearson & Pickard/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1919/Storey & Pickard/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1921/Storey & Pickard/../../../Post Office Directory ****

Thomas John William Terry was the licensee at the "Green Man",  Halliday Walk (later Mildmay Street) in 1915-1917. He also had the "Carlton Tavern", which he took over in 1918. He was the licensee at "Foresters Arms" Loughton in 1918 (where his first wife Elsie died). Then he was the licensee at the "Gower Arms" Store Street in 1923, and the licensee in 1925 - 1926 at the Denbigh Arms, Denbigh Place, with his second wife Florence Ellen. When Thomas John William Terry died in 1930 (aged 41), the probate shows him at the "Beaumont Arms" Uxbridge Road. I am not sure whether his second wife Florence Ellen continued there.  He was my Grandmother Carnaby's Brother. *

1934/Caterers Ltd/../../../Kellys Directory ****

1938/Caterers Ltd/../../../Post Office Directory ****

* Provided By John Carnaby

** Provided By Stephen Harris

**** Provided By Kevan

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