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Old Pack Horse, 434 High road, Chiswick

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Viaduct Inn, 221 Uxbridge Road, Hanwell W7

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This pub was established by 1737, initially as the Coach & Horses until at least 1855; named the Viaduct in 1861 census. At High Street in 1901 and earlier **

A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Middlesex. The  Middlesex listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.

Viaduct, 221 Uxbridge Road, W7 - in January 2010

Viaduct, 221 Uxbridge Road, W7 - in January 2010

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.

1801/Thomas Green/../../../Records of Fullers Brewery, held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1826/Daniel Battey/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1826/Thomas Green / Victualler /../../Records of Fullers Brewery, held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1827/Thomas Green senior/../../../Records of Fullers Brewery, held at London Metropolitan Archives **

1827/Elizabeth Green / Wife /../../Records of Fullers Brewery, held at London Metropolitan Archives **

In the 1851 Census, my Great x3 Uncle Richard Beal and his wife Esther are seen as the 'Owners' of the Coach and Horses inn. Richard Died in 1854 and was buried 23 May 1854 at St Mary's Hanwell. Mrs Esther Beal is in charge in 1855 according to the Post Office Directory. Richard came from Alderminster and married his wife Esther Oram In Christ Church, Hampshire on 1 January 1834 - she came from the Cricklade area in Wiltshire. *

1851/R Beal/Viaduct/../../Post Office Directory **

1851/Richard Beal/Wine & Brandy Merchant, Licensed Victualler/46/Alderminster, Worcestershire/Census *
1851/Esther Beal/Wife/44/Cricklade, Wiltshire/Census
1851/Martha Oram/Mother in Law, Widow/69/Cricklade, Wiltshire/Census
1851/Martha Jones/Barmaid/16/Lisson Grove, Middlesex/Census
1851/Eliza Beale/General Servant/21/Overton, Hampshire/Census
1851/George Martin/Servant/20/Hanwell, Middlesex/Census

1855/Mrs Esther Beale/../../../Post Office Directory **

1861/William Rolfe Palmer/Licensed Victualler/37/Hanworth, Middlesex/Census ****
1861/Amy Palmer/Wife/36/Brentford, Middlesex/Census
1861/Catherine Palmer/Daughter/7/Ealing, Middlesex/Census
1861/Fanny Palmer/Daughter/5/Ealing, Middlesex/Census
1861/James Palmer/Son/2/Isleworth, Middlesex/Census
1861/George A Palmer/Son/6 months/Hounslow, Middlesex/Census
1861/Jane Warrington/House Servant/22/Harlington, Middlesex/Census
1861/George Cannon/Potman & Ostler/22/High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire/Census

1866/Mrs A Palmer/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1871/Martin Tanner/Licensed Victualler/47/Tetbury, Gloucestershire/Census ****
1871/Harriet Tanner/Wife/47/Bristol/Census
1871/Sarah E Cook/Niece, Barmaid/24/Hallen, Gloucestershire/Census
1871/Ellen Adams/Niece, Housekeeper/24/Trowbridge/Census
1871/Alfred Batter/Ostler/28/Southall Green, Middlesex/Census
1871/Harriet Ware/General Servant/16/Ealing, Middlesex/Census

1874/Martin Tanner/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1878/Martin Tanner/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1881/Tom Key/Licensed Victualler/31/Ramsey, Huntingdon/Census ****
1881/Mary Key/Wife/28/Harlington, Middlesex/Census
1881/Beatrice Alice Key/Daughter/7/City, London, Middlesex/Census
1881/Florence Mary Key/Daughter/5/Harlington, Middlesex/Census
1881/Rosie Jane Key/Daughter/11 months/Kington T, Surrey/Census
1881/Henry John Bathner/Potman/27/Aveley, Essex/Census
1881/Ann Catherine Lock/General Servant/14/Appledore, Devon/Census

1889/Sargant Wallis Page/../../../Kelly’s Directory for Ealing & Acton etc.. 1889-90 **

1890/Page Sarjeant Wallis/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1891/Page Sergant Wallis/Licensed Victualler/29/Cambridge/Census ****
1891/Amy Wallis/Wife/29/Westminster, London/Census
1891/Eva Wallis/Daughter/6/Finsbury, London/Census
1891/Austin Sgt Wallis/Son/1/Hanwell, Middlesex/Census
1891/Wm Sgt Wallis/Brother, Contractor/23/Cambridge/Census
1891/Ellen Austin/Sister in Law, Servant/21/Notting Hill/Census
1891/Alfred King/Potman/18/Cambridge/Census
1891/Sarah Ann Procklees/Servant/29/Aylesbury, Bucks/Census
1891/Mary Ann Barry/Servant/18/Woolwich Arsenal/Census
1891/Sergeant Wallis/Father, Retired Gentleman/70/Cambridge/Census

1893/Sargant Wallis Page/../../../Kelly’s Directory for Ealing & Acton etc.. 1893-94 **

1894/John Rogers/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1899/Douglas J Pennycook/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1901/William Palmer/Licensed Victualler/42/Rochester, Kent/Census
1901/Annie Palmer/Wife/38/Harrow, Middlesex/Census
1901/Harriet A Palmer/Daughter/6/Twickenham, Middlesex/Census
1901/Clara Peters/Barmaid/28/Whitechapel, London/Census
1901/Annie E Mason/General Servant/17/Hanwell, Middlesex/Census
1901/Gilbert J Baxter/Barman/19/HSouthall, Middlesex/Census
1901/Walter A Shirley/Potman/21/St Pancras, London/Census

1907/William Palmer/../../../Kelly’s Directory for Ealing & Acton etc.. **

1911/William Palmer/../../../Kelly’s Directory for Ealing & Acton etc.. **

1914/James Ringwood/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1926/Percy Augustus Howe/../../../Post Office Directory ****

1937/Jn Albert Bright/../../../Post Office Directory ****


* Provided By Tony Bull

** Provided By Stephen Harris

**** Provided By Kevan

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