Named in the 1861 census and probate of 1878.
Historical London public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels.
Barley Mow, Brook Green, Hammersmith - Licensee Elizabeth Trowbridge circa 1871
Residents at this address.
1861/Edward Trowbridge/Beer Retailer & Grocer/58/Dorset/Census
1861/Elizabeth Trowbridge/Wife/55/Gunville, Dorset/Census
1861/Ephraim Trowbridge/Son, Tailor/25/Berkeley, Gloucester/Census
1861/Elizabeth Trowbridge/Daughter/15/Berkeley, Gloucester/Census
1861/George Bedcourt/Nephew, Carpenter/30/Farnham, Dorset/Census
1861/Priscilla Bedcourt/Niece/16/Farnham, Dorset/Census
1871/Elizabeth Trowbridge/Beer Seller, Widow/64/Gunville, Dorset/Census
1871/Ephraim Trowbridge/Son, Talior/35/Berkley, Gloucester/Census
1871/Elizabeth Trowbridge/Daughter, Assistant/25/Ashwell, Somerset/Census
1874/Elizabeth Trowbridge/Beer Retailer/../../Middlesex Post Office Directory
1878/Elizabeth Trowbridge/Beer Retailer/../../Middlesex Post Office Directory
1878/Elizabeth Trowbridge. 4 December. Administration (with the will) of the Personal Estate of Elizabeth Trowbridge late of the Barley Mow Beerhouse Brook Green Hammersmith in the County of Middlesex Widow who died 2 November 1878 at the Barley Mow was granted at the Principal Registry to Ephraim Arthur Trowbridge of the Barley Mow Beer seller the Son one of the Residuary Legatees
1881/Ephraim A Trowbridge/Beerhouse Keeper/47/Berkley, Gloucester/Census
1881/Anna M Spreke/Housekeeper, Widow/46/Yeovil, Somerset/Census