CENSUS 1881.
James Sheppard 37, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Florence Sheppard 29, wife married, Bristol
Alfred James Sheppard 3 months, son, Bristol

CENSUS 1891.
James Sheppard 45, head married, publican, Bristol St.Philip’s
Florence Sheppard 39, wife married, Bristol Bedminster
Lilly Sheppard 18, daughter single, Bristol St.Philip’s
Alfred J. Sheppard 10, son scholar, Bristol St.Philip’s
James A. Sheppard 7, son scholar, Bristol St.Philip’s

CENSUS 1901.
George Dolman 59, head married, publican, Bristol
Elizabeth Dolman 39, wife married, Bristol
Annie Dolman 19, daughter single, barmaid, Bristol
George Dolman 17, son single, plumber, Bristol
Frank Dolman 15, son single, plumber, Bristol
Lily Thompson 19, niece single, general domestic servant, Bristol

PERSEVERANCE  Feeder Road

1874 - 91. James Sheppard
1892 to 1904. George Dolman
1905 to 1938. Elizabeth Dolman
1938 - 44. George Dolman
1950 - 60. William G. Nash

On the corner with Atlas Street the pub in the photograph was built in 1903, presumably replacing an older building. This picture was kindly provided by Jane McCredie.

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