CENSUS 1841.
William Davey 45, publican, not born in county
Ann Davey 36, born in county
Betty Farrell 18, servant, born in county

CENSUS 1851.
Thomas Stanmore 38, head married, publican employing 1 man, Oldham Gloucestershire
Dinah Stanmore 38, wife married, publican's assistant, Oldham Gloucestershire
Ham Stanmore 16, son unmarried, publican's assistant, Oldham Gloucestershire
John Stanmore 14, son scholar, Oldham Gloucestershire
Samuel Stanmore 12, son scholar, Oldham Gloucestershire
Henry Stanmore 10, son scholar, Oldham Gloucestershire
Mary Stanmore 8, daughter scholar, Oldham Gloucestershire
Elizabeth Stanmore 6, daughter scholar, Oldham Gloucestershire
Edwin Stanmore 2, son, Bristol
Elizabeth Parkin 30, servant unmarried, housemaid, Somerset Taunton

CENSUS 1861.
Thomas Sweet 39, head married, publican, St.Philip’s Bristol
Gertrude Sweet 36, wife married, Plumstead Kent
Emily Sweet 6, daughter, St.Philip’s Bristol
William Sweet 2, son, St.Philip’s Bristol
Kate Finningham 16, servant unmarried, general servant, London

CENSUS 1871.
James Leggett 57, head married, brewer, Norfolk
Eliza Leggett 55, wife married, Bristol
Eliza Leggett 27, daughter unmarried, barmaid, Bristol
Mary A. Leggett 14, daughter scholar, Bristol
Mary A. Stafford 21, servant unmarried, general servant, Staffordshire
William Gough 19, boarder unmarried, brewer, Devizes
Herbert H. Leggett 7, son scholar, Bristol

CENSUS 1881.
James Leggett 68, head married, publican, Norfolk Swaffham
Eliza A. Leggett 51, wife married, Bristol
Mary Hillier 23, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Somerset Banwell

CENSUS 1891.
James Leggett 78, head married, licensed victualler, Norfolk Lydsall
Eliza Leggett 61, wife married, Bristol
Alice Olpin 18, servant single, general servant (inn) Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
Henry Slade 61, head widower, inn keeper, Taunton Somerset
Maria Francomb 46, widow, domestic servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Henry James Bruton 39, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Elizabeth Bruton 38, wife married, Bristol
Lily Bruton 11, daughter at school, Bristol
Doris Bruton 7, daughter, Bristol
Iris Bruton 6, daughter, Bristol
Hilda Bruton 3, daughter, Bristol
Henry William Bruton 3 months, son, Bristol

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CROWN & ANCHOR Upper Cheese Lane

1794. Richard Riddle
1800 - 06. Francis Riddle
1816 - 22. William Howell
1826 - 32. William Pope
1833 - 44. William Davey
1847 to 1856. Thomas Stanmore
1856. Dinah Stanmore
1857 - 69. Thomas Sweet
1871 - 92. James Leggett
1894 - 96. Eliza Ann Leggett
1899 - 1901. Henry Slade
1904. Reuben Addicott
1906 - 11. Henry James Bruton
1914. George Alford
1917 - 38. William Smart
1944 - 53. Emily Smart
1960. T. A. Prater
1975. Mrs. G. Prater


Having been closed for several years the Crown & Anchor was demolished in May 2004, it was situated on the corner of Kilkenny Street.

 


 

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