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Address on 1841 census - CROUCH

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1841
HO107 Piece/Book 689/6 Folio 32 Page 13
Civil Parish: Ealing
Hundred: Ossulstone (Kensington Division)
County: Middlesex
Registration District: Brentford
Sub-RD: Brentford
ED: 8
Address: Running Horses Yard ... ? Brentford
William 30 Lime Burner Y
Sarah 30 Y
Martha 2 Y

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The Running Horses was a public house situated on the north side of High Street, Brentford, between Eatons Place and Bull Lane/ Pottery Road. It was renamed The Prince of Wales between 1841-45 and numbered 346 High Street when the street was numbered in 1876. ( Source - Brentford High Street Project)
 

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Thanks Emeltee.

Found this - "The town grew up as Old Brentford in Ealing parish and New Brentford in Hanwell."

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