CENSUS 1841.
John Summers 48, licensed victualler, born in county
Ann Summers 34, born in county
Arabella Gabb 15, servant, born in county

CENSUS 1851.
No.14 Table Row, called the Royal Table
John Haskins 28, head married, beer house keeper, Gloucestershire Siston
Eliza Haskins 22, wife married, Gloucestershire Siston
Henry T. Isles 20, nephew unmarried, engineer, Gloucestershire St.George
Sarah Ann Haskins 10, niece, servant, Gloucestershire Siston
Henry G. Day 20, lodger unmarried, labourer, Wiltshire Kingswood

CENSUS 1861.
Ann Summers 50, head widow, beer house keeper, North Nibley Gloucestershire
Mary Ann Evans 17, grandaughter unmarried, St.Philip’s Bristol
Sarah Calway 30, servant unmarried, servant, St.Philip’s Bristol

CENSUS 1871.
William Hooper 61, head married, licensed victualler, Gloucestershire Thornbury
Elizabeth Hooper 62, wife married, assistant inn keeper, Somerset Couly
Elizabeth Hooper 17, daughter unmarried, assistant inn keeper, Bristol St.Philip’s
Henriette E. Bull 17, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Wiltshire Bradford

CENSUS 1881.
John Ody 49, head married, publican, Hanham Gloucestershire
Jane A. Ody 45, wife married, Soundwell Gloucestershire
Florence E. S. Ody 18, daughter unmarried, barmaid, Bristol
John G. B. Ody 17, son unmarried, commercial clerk, Bristol
Ada E. Ody 14, daughter scholar, Bristol
John Tucker 17, servant unmarried, general servant, Chard

CENSUS 1891.
William S. Board 54, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol Bedminster
Harriett Board 40, wife married, Wales St.Arvans
Alice Dickman 22, servant single, general domestic servant, Gloucestershire Minchinhampton

CENSUS 1901.
William S. Board 65, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Harriett Board 53, wife married, Wales St.Arvans
Harriett A. Simmon Board 22, niece single, barmaid, Bristol
Louisa Elliott 20, servant single, domestic servant, Derbyshire Derby



ROYAL TABLE Barton Hill Road

1830 - 49. John Summers
1851. John Haskins
1853. George Neale
1857 - 58. Edward Sheppard
1861. Ann Summers
1869. Samuel Dyer
1871 - 77. William Hooper
1878. S. Pobjoy
1881 - 89. John Ody
1891 - 1904. William S. Board
1906 - 09. David Williams
1911. Elizabeth Dolman
1914 - 17. David Jones
1921 - 35. Florence Mary Jones
1937 - 38. Thomas Aston
1944. John Webb
1950. Royston Rowland Thomas
1953. Harold Brown

On the corner with Maze Street the Royal Table was demolished in April 2007

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