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Coach & Horses, 183 London Road, Isleworth TW7 5BQ

Isleworth pub history index

This pub was established in 1831. The address is earlier given as Brentford End (1855), then Brentford Road (1874). At London Road Busch Corner in 1920. ** It is still trading in 2018.

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

Coach & Horses, 183 London Road, Isleworth - in January 2010

Coach & Horses, 183 London Road, Isleworth - in January 2010

Kindly provided by Stephen Harris

Residents at this address

1855/William Blackwell / & Omnibus Proprietor & Postmaster/../../Post Office Directory **

1874/Thomas Edwin Wyatt/../../../Post Office Directory **

1878/George J Mumford/../../../Post Office Directory **

1881/William Hopwell/Publican/56/Nottingham, Nottingham/Census
1881/Emma Hopwell/Wife/55/Nottingham, Nottingham/Census
1881/Kate Woods/Niece, barmaid/22/Nottingham, Nottingham/Census

1882/Thomas Neal/../../../Kelly’s Directory **

1890/Mrs Mary Ann E Neal/../../../Kelly’s Directory

1891/Elizabeth Neal/Publican, Widow/42/Kingston, Surrey/Census
1891/Sarah Neal/Sister, Assistant/58/Stoughton, Bedfordshire/Census
1891/Emma Hopwell/Visitor, Widow/56/Nottinghamshire/Census
1891/John Reeves/Lodger, Wheelwright, Widow/58/../Census
1891/Julia Harrison/Servant/25/Isleworth, Middlesex/Census

1896/Fred Parsons/../../../Kelly’s Directory

My great grandfather James Harris was the proprietor of the pub in the 1890s. His wife - Mary Maria and my GF and siblings worked there tending horses, washing pots etc. *
Did you know that Dickens mentions the pub (in passing) in Oliver Twist.

1901/James Harris/Licensed Victualler/48/Kensington, London/Census
1901/Mary M Harris/Wife/53/Kensington, London/Census
1901/Albert E Hartwell/Son of Wife, Barman/23/Kensington, London/Census
1901/Ethell M Hartwell/Daughter of Wife/19/Hammersmith, London/Census
1901/Ambrose Harris/Son/15/Hammersmith, London/Census
1901/George Harris/Son/11/Hammersmith, London/Census
1901/Frederick N Harris/Son/9/Hammersmith, London/Census
1901/Alie Olden/Relative/23/Kensington, London/Census
1901/Alfred Burt/Potman & Barman/36/Kentish Town, London/Census

Middlesex Independent 03 October 1903
Coach and Horses, London road, Isleworth
(Proprietor Mr J Harris)

In the 1911 census, James Harris and family are at a small farm called Iveldene, breeding poultry in Feltham Hill road, Ashford. By September, 1916, at the wedding of his son, Frederick, James Harris is a restaurant proprietor at 24 Malden road, in Acton.

1914/John E Hunt/../../../Kelly’s Directory **

Middlesex Chronicle 17 January 1914 - Public House Transfers
Coach and Horses, London road, Isleworth, from G A Hammerton to G E Thomas

1920/Charles Henry Johnson/../../../BT Telephone Directory [Hounslow 172] **

1926/Joe Kendall/../../../Kelly’s Directory **

1933/Mrs Vera K Clare/../../../Kelly’s Directory **

1937/Mrs Vera K Clare/../../../Kelly’s Directory **

In 1939 at 183 London road are :
Vera K Clare, Licensee Widowed, born 06 Jun 1891
Hetty F Godfrey, Barmaid, born 02 Sep 1887

Middlesex Chronicle 08 November 1990
The Coach and Horses, 183 London road, Isleworth
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Middlesex Chronicle 29 November 1941 - Brentford Licensing Justices transfers
Coach and Horses, London road, Isleworth from Mrs Maud An Barnett to Mr Frederick Edward Morgan

* Provided By Gaye Benson

** Provided By Stephen Harris

And Last updated on: Monday, 02-May-2022 16:20:39 BST