Accurate transcriptions of the 1921 census are being added to the pub history site, starting with London.

Hayes 1911 pub history census summary

Hayes pub history index

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.

Hayes 1911 census summary

[Ancestry lists this under Norwood]

Dis 6
White Street, White Lion, Richmond
Hambrough Tavern, Leigh

Dis 7
[63] West End Road, Beaconsfield Arms, Howe

Dis 8, 9, 10
Northcote Avenue, Northcote Arms, Gerard

Dis 11
33 High Street, George & Dragon, Dale
49 High Street, White Hart, Fawkes
Plough, Dean

Dis 12, 13
34 Featherstone Road, Featherstone Arms, Starling

Dis 14
[48] Dudley Road, Lord Wolseley, Osborn

Dis 15
Western Road, Prince of Wales, Neighbour
North Hyde, Grand Junction Arms, Pooley
North Hyde, The Boat, Webb
Western Road, Bricklayers Arms, Copping

Dis 16
South Road, Railway Hotel, Roadley
High Street, Red Lion, FD Geffers
Souyth Road, Three Horse Shoes Beer House, Hoare
Mount Pleasant, Beehive, Davis

Dis 17
North Hyde, Old Oak Beer HOuse, Potter

Dis 18, 19
The Green, Three Tuns, Newman
King of Prussia, Stevens

Dis 20
Canal Side, The Old Prince of Wales, converted into a private house.
King Street, Havelock Arms, Todd
King Street, Black Dog Beer House, Jenkins

Dis 21 - Norwood
Norwood Road, Swan Hotel, Standley
Plough, Dean
Lamb Beer House, Cox
Wolf Inn, Wells

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