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Vic's Pub Hub

Vic Rosewarne has researched many beerhouses and licensed houses in Brentford from their opening to closure (or the current day for survivors) making extensive use of contemporary newspaper accounts and licensing records to paint some vivid histories. He has also derived some useful lists of licence transfers and names of licensed victuallers and beersellers.

Brentford pub licence transfers

List of licensed victuallers and beersellers
Three lists of licensed victuallers and beersellers, from 1861, 1882 and 1900

Brentford pub histories Each house had its own character and reputation, ranging from 'notorious' to well-kept and respectable.

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Published October 2019