On the corner with Weare Street, the New Inn was pulled down to make way for the second Bath Bridge which opened in 1960. The tenancy of Frank Ricks commenced on the 11th June 1934, the annual rent was £35 payable quarterly, this was increased to £40 on the 25th March 1938, the landlord was The Bristol Brewery Georges & Co. Limited.

CENSUS 1861.
Charles Iles 50, head married, beer retailer, Bristol
Thomas Iles 19, son unmarried, beer retailer’s assistant, Bristol
Edward Iles 17, son unmarried, brass founder’s apprentice, Bristol
Henry Iles 15, son scholar, Bristol
William Iles 11, son scholar, Bristol
Kate Iles 8, daughter scholar, Bristol
Sarah Shepherd 18, general servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1871.
Jane Iles 61, wife married, publican’s wife, Bristol Clifton
Jane Iles 40, daughter unmarried, Bristol St.James
Kate Iles 19, daughter unmarried, Bristol Temple

Carlsruke Villa, Wells Road, Knowle (near the Red Lion)
Charles Iles 61, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
William Iles 21, son unmarried, licensed victualler, Bristol
Henry H. Sayer 56, brother in law, gardener, Bristol

CENSUS 1881.
Frederick W. Jeffery 42, head married, licensed victualler, Devon
Elizabeth S. Jeffery 35, wife married, Devon
Rebecca Pitt 44, boarder unmarried, partner in this business, Gloucester

NEW INN  Bath Road

1859 - 72. Charles Iles
1874 - 77. Thomas Stoyel
1878. George Flook
1879. Thomas Stoyel
1881 - 82. Frederick Jeffery
1887 - 99. William Hawkins
1901. Ernest Palmer
1904. Albert Camfield
1906. Edward Buck
1909. William Adams
1914 - 25. Florence Cook
1928 - 31. John Parfitt
1934 - 50. Frank Ricks
1953. Ernest Taylor

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