Two Black Boys, 140 High Street, Brentford

This pub was present in 1774 as the Two Black Boys and this remained its full name until 1878 at least. Latterly known simply as Black Boys. It was demolished in the late-19th century, probably when the neighbouring graveyard was extended in 1884. **

Brentford pub history index

A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Middlesex.

Residents at this address

1812/William Parsons / Lessee/../../../Fullers Brewery records held at London Metropolitan Archives **
1812/Ann Parsons, daughter of Thomas Ball / Wife/../../../Fullers Brewery records held at London Metropolitan Archives

1826/Joseph Barnes/../../../Pigots Directory **

1839/James Swithin Trimmer/../../../Pigots Directory **

1841/Mr Trimmer/../../../Compensation list for victims of 1841 floods **

1845/George Rogers/../../../Three Counties Directory **

1855/Mrs Mary Ann Wiltshire/../../../Post Office Directory **

Era 17th April 1864
Black Boys, New Brentford, Thomas Tunstall Saunders to Thomas K Pain

1870/Michael Harty/../../../Post Office Directory **

1871 / Michael Harty / Publican / 37 / Ireland / Census **
1871 / Mary Harty / Wife / 30 / Ireland / Census
1871 / Thomas Harty / Nephew, Pot Boy / 12 / London / Census
1871 / William Harty / Nephew, Pot Boy / 15 / London / Census

1874/James Nash/../../../Post Office Directory **

1878/David Cawdrey/../../../Post Office Directory **

1881/Charles Hunt/Licensed Victualler/41/Bermondsey/Census
1881/Elizabeth Hunt/Wife/47/Saffron Walden, Essex/Census
1881/Hannah Hunt/Daughter/15/Bermondsey/Census
1881/Harry Hunt/Son/12/Brixton, Surrey/Census
1881/Harry Calven/Boarder, Carpenter, Widow/43/Yoxford, Suffolk/Census
1881/Eliz Haughton/Boarder, Garden Labourer/50/Reading, Berks/Census
1881/Charlotte Fletcher/Boarder, Hawker/26/Bedfordshire/Census
1881/Katie Fletcher/Boarder/4/Brentford, Middlesex/Census
1881/Sydnal Fletcher/Boarder/4 months/Brentford, Middlesex/Census
1881/William Fletcher/Boarder, Hawker/30/Bedfordshire/Census
1881/David Tims/Boarder, Hawker/33/Scotland/Census
1881/Ellen Tims/Boarder, Hawker/33/Scotland/Census
1881/John Tims/Boarder/7/Luton, Beds/Census
1881/Eliza Watts/General Servant, Widow/34/Chippenham, Wiltshire/Census
1881/Harry Barton/Garden Labourerer/29/London, Middlesex/Census
1881/John Earl/Boarder, Garden Labourer/32/Ashford, Kent/Census
1881/Martha Earl/Boarder, Laundres/22/Isleworth, Middlesex/Census
1881/Harry Earl/Boarder, General Labourer/22/Ashford, Kent/Census
1881/William Sandford/Boarder, Waterman/63/Brentford, Middlesex/Census
1881/Henry Smith/Boarder/31/Brentford, Middlesex/Census
1881/Charlotte Smith/Boarder, Hawker/30/Bath, Somerset/Census
1881/William Smith/Boarder/11/Brentford, Middlesex/Census
1881/Rose Smith/Boarder/9/Honiton, Devon/Census
1881/Henry Wood/Boarder, Musician/29/Kingston, Surrey/Census

1883/Mrs Malina Richardson/../../../Middlesex Sessions of the Peace records held at London Metropolitan Archives **

Middlesex Independent 09 January 1884 - Transfers of Licenses
Application for the license of the Two Black Boys, High street, New Brentford to be transferred to a newly erected public house in the Braemer road.
It was agreeable that the new house was not as close to the entrance to the church and permission was given.

** Provided By Stephen Harris

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