ANTELOPE Somerset Street

1823 - 30. James Merchant
1832. Isaac Clarke
1834 - 53. William Thomas
1854 to 1855. Joseph Hadden
1856 - 58. William Thomas
1861 - 77. John Fry
1878 - 79. John Fiddes
1881 - 82. Francis Burman
1883 - 88. William Robert Stone
1891 - 1909. George Alfred Pearce
1911 to 1921. Thomas Bryant
1923 - 28. William Smith
1931. Albert Burfitt
1935 - 38. Donald Whitting


I believe the Antelope was destroyed in the war, possibly during the Good Friday bombing of 1941. This photograph was kindly provided by Tony Bryant whose grandfather Thomas Bryant (pictured) was landlord at the pub from 1911 until 1921.
 

 

CENSUS 1841.
William Thomas 40, victualler, born in county
Harriett Thomas 34, born in county
Charles Thomas 11, born in county
Sarah Thomas 9, born in county
William Thomas 5, born in county
Robert Thomas 2, born in county
Eliza Nichols 21, servant born in county
Matilda Nichols 15, servant born in county
 

CENSUS 1851.
William Thomas 50, head married, licenced victualler, Bristol
Harriett Thomas 44, wife married, Bedminster
Charles Thomas 21, son unmarried, brushmaker Bedminster
Sarah Thomas 19, daughter unmarried, milliner, Bedminster
William Thomas 16, son unmarried, house painter, Bedminster

CENSUS 1861.
John Fry 55, head married, fitting engineer, Bristol St.Thomas
Sarah Fry 53, wife married, Bristol Temple
Sarah A. Fry 27, daughter unmarried, spinster, Bristol Clifton
Ann A. Fry 24, daughter unmarried, spinster, Bristol Clifton
George W. Fry 22, son unmarried, book seller, Bristol Clifton
William W. Fry 18, son unmarried, engine smith, Bristol Clifton
Walter E. Fry 16, son unmarried, engine smith, Bristol Clifton

CENSUS 1871.
John Fry 65, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Louisa Fry 47, wife married, Bristol
Elizabeth Snow 61, sister in law widow, domestic servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1881.
Francis Burman 57, head married, mariner, Devon Bideford
Eliza Burman 54, wife married, Bristol
Frederick Burman 23, son unmarried, brass finisher, Bristol
Caroline Mabston 42, servant unmarried, general domestic servant, Somerset Weston-Super-Mare

CENSUS 1891.
George A. Pearce 40, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Emily Pearce 39, wife married, Bristol
George Pearce 16, son single, clerk in merchant's office, Bristol
Emily Pearce 3, daughter, Bristol
Ann Stallard 14, servant, domestic servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
George Alfred Pearce 50, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Emily Pearce 49, wife married, Bristol
Emily Victoria Pearce 13, daughter, Bristol
Sarah Ann Lewis 42, sister in law married, living on own means, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Thomas Bryant 31, head married, railway worker, St.Philip's Bristol
Carrie Bryant 32, wife married, St.Philip's Bristol
Thomas James Bryant 7, son, school, St.Philip's Bristol
Frank Edward Bryant 4, son, school, St.Philip's Bristol
Ada May Bryant 1, daughter, St.Philip's Bristol
 

 

 

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