COACH & HORSES Thomas Street / Victoria Street

1822 - 28. Richard Hathaway
1830 - 34. William Brown
1837. Elizabeth Sloper
1839 - 40. James B. Weeks
1841 - 44. Sarah Weeks
1847 - 55. Joseph Harper
1856 to 1857. Harriett Harper
1858 to 1860. Samuel Cook
1861 - 63. Harriett Cook
1865 - 66. George Edmonds
1871 - 76. John Tutton
1878. Charles Caesar
1879. David Jeans
1881 - 82. Alfred Tutton
1883. Edwin Hurcum
1885. James Parker
1886. J. Pegler
1887. W. White
1888. Henry Adams
1889. George Lewin
1891. Albert Clark
1892 - 94. William Davies
1896. Frederick Cross
1897 - 1911. Mary Ann Appleton
1914. Henry Durham
1917 - 21. Bertha Maud Evans
1925. Frank Langley
1928 - 35. Alfred Bryan
1937 - 53. Henry Lyddall
1955 to 1957. Robert Savery

Information on Robert Savery was kindly provided by Nick Booker.

Before Victoria Street was built, this row of 17th century houses which survives today, was in Thomas Street. The Coach & Horses occupied the section to the right which is now an office.  The gable second from left was also once a pub, (see Porter Stores).

CENSUS 1841.
Sarah Weeks 40, publican, not born in county
James Weeks 20, not born in county
Mary Baker 20, not born in county
George Maybee 20, not born in county
Mary Godard 20, servant, not born in county
Phœbe Evans 15, not born in county

CENSUS 1851.
Joseph Harper 30, head married, licensed Victualler, Yate
Harriet Harper 34, wife married, Gloucestershire St George
Joseph Harper 5, son scholar, Bristol
John Harper 2, son, Bristol
Ellen Harper 3 months, son, Bristol
Mary Ann Harper 23, sister unmarried, dressmaker, Yate
Kezia Harper 13, sister unmarried, Yate
Walter Dodimead 26, visitor unmarried, Carrier, Somerset Sparkford
Samuel Owen 18, servant unmarried, Yate
Ann Slocombe 23, servant unmarried, Somerset Stogumber
George Strickland 22, servant unmarried, Bristol
William Tracey 41, visitor married, tinplate worker, Chipping Campden
James Tracey 25, visitor unmarried, tinplate worker, Chipping Campden
Thomas Richard James 47, visitor married, engineer, Bristol
Sarah A. James 22, visitor unmarried, Bristol
Joseph Brooks 43, Visitor married, shoemaker, Glastonbury
Grace Brooks 40, visitor married, Glastonbury
John Brooks 18, visitor unmarried, shoemaker, Glastonbury
Austin Brooks 15, visitor scholar, Glastonbury
Alexander Brooks 13, visitor scholar, Glastonbury
Roger Brooks 10, visitor, Glastonbury

CENSUS 1861.
Harriett Cook 44, head widow, licensed victualler, Lympsham Somerset
James Walter Harper 16, son unmarried, carpenter, Bristol
Joseph Shipp Harper 14, son, cork cutter, Bristol
John George Harper 12, son scholar, Bristol
Mary Jane Harper 7, daughter scholar, Bristol

CENSUS 1871.
John Tutton 75, head married, licensed victualler, Somerset Nailsea
Emma Tutton 30, daughter unmarried, dress maker, Somerset Bedminster
William Tutton 21, son unmarried, coppersmith, Somerst Bedminster
Alice Tutton 11, grandaughter scholar, Bristol St.Thomas
Amy Tutton 9, grandaughter scholar, Bristol St.Thomas
Joseph H. Packer 58, lodger widower, appraiser, Gloucestershire Gloucester
Edgar G. Miller 21, lodger unmarried, painter, Warwickshire Birmingham
Elizabeth Laver 19, servant unmarried, general domestic servant, Oxfordshire Oxford
William Trebant 40, lodger unmarried, traveller in fancy goods, Devon Oakhampton
John Pearce 36, lodger unmarried, carpenter, Dorset Chardstock
Charles Jones 58, lodger widower, mariner, Essex Low Leyten

CENSUS 1881.
Alfred Tutton 46, head widower, publican, Bristol Bedminster
Amy Tutton 19, daughter unmarried, Bristol Bedminster
Mary A. Body 52, sister married, Bristol Bedminster
John Body 53, brother in law married, farmer, Somerset Redhill
Sydney Challenger 62, boarder widower, general porter, Somerset Blagdon
Margaret Johns 44, servant widow, general servant, Wales Nantyglo
Alfred Spear 47, boarder unmarried, general labourer, Bristol Bedminster
James Gay 24, boarder unmarried, general porter, Somerset Radstock
Albert Newton 26, visitor unmarried, seaman in merchant service, Bristol

CENSUS 1891.
Alfred J. Clark 34, head married, licensed victualler, Devon Totnes
Mary E. Clark 36, wife married, Devon Tavistock
Francis A. Clark 8, son, Devon Newton Abbott
Elsie Clark 3, daughter, Devon Newton Abbott
Harriett Dunn 50, servant widow, general servant, Axbridge

CENSUS 1901.
Henry Robert Appleton 51, head married, retired livery stable keeper, Hampshire Basingstoke
Mary Ann Appleton 47, wife married, publican, Somerset Hallatrow
Mary Appleton 25, daughter single, Bristol Temple
William Dobson 28, boarder single, fire proof erector, Lancashire

CENSUS 1911.
Mary Ann Appleton 57, head married, licensed victualler, Hallatrow Somerset
Mary Ann Appleton 36, daughter single, assisting in business, Bristol
Percy Charles Appleton 23, son married, motor mechanic, Bristol
Mildred Constance Appleton 23, son's wife, assisting in business, Bristol
Constance Mary Appleton 1, son's daughter, Bristol

 

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