CENSUS 1841.
William Irwin 35, publican, born in county
Ann Irwin 30, born in county
Frederick Irwin 8, born in county

CENSUS 1851.
George Burgess 45, Widower Licensed Victualler, Salperton Gloucestershire
Rebecca Burgess 29, Daughter, unmarried, Clifton, Bristol
Rebecca Burgess 5, Grand Daughter, Bristol
Maria Bowden 21, Servant, Bristol
Charles Budd 42, Lodger, Currier, Devon Challcom ?

CENSUS 1861.
Henry Williamson 35, head married, licensed victualler, Somerset Nailsea
Sarah Williamson 35, wife married, Somerset Nailsea
John Williamson 11, son scholar, Smethwick Birmingham
Mary Williamson 6, daughter, Smethwick Birmingham
Elizabeth Iles 67, visitor widow, Somerset Nailsea

CENSUS 1871.
George Willcox 41, head married, publican, Somerset Glastonbury
Ann Willcox 42, wife married, wife in the business, Somerset Glastonbury
Alice M. Willcox 17, daughter unmarried, daughter in the business, Somerset Glastonbury
Walter Willcox 13, son scholar, Somerset Glastonbury
Andrew Willcox 9, son scholar, Somerset Glastonbury
Harry Willcox 7, son scholar, Somerset Glastonbury
Sarah Calls 21, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Gloucestershire Gloucester

CENSUS 1881.
Louisa Cumberpatch 52, head widow, publican, Bristol
Edward A. Cumberpatch 19, son unmarried, clerk, Bristol
Eliza Morgan 25, servant unmarried, barmaid, Milford Pembrokeshire Wales

CENSUS 1891.
William Tudball 55, head married, licensed victualler, Withypool Somerset
Ann E. Tudball 49, wife married, Bideford Devon
William J. Tudball 11, son scholar, Bristol
Minnie E. Stary 21, servant single, domestic, London

CENSUS 1901.
Henry Boulton 50, head married, hotel keeper, Wiltshire Pinkney
Emma Boulton 51, wife married, hotel keeper, Dorset Wareham
Dora Mullins 16, servant single, general domestic servant, London

CENSUS 1911.
Minnie Euphemia Golding 41, head married, licenced victualler, Bristol
Arthur Victor Frederick Golding 16, son single, clerk (railway carriers), Bristol
Ethel Rose Studley 29, servant single, domestic servant

GOLDEN LION  Redcliff Street

1792 - 1800. William Slocombe
1806. Nathaniel Ricketts
1816. Robert Baker
1820 - 23. Charles Hurditch
1826. Samuel Hopkins
1828 - 30. William Brison
1834. William Bindon
1837 - 40. R. Bickell
1841 to 1848. William Irwin
1849 to 1854. George Burgess
1855 to 1857. James Hemming
1858 to 1860. William Ricks
1861 to 1871. Henry Grabham Williamson
1871 to 1874. George Wilcox
1875 to 1879. James Cumberpatch
1879 to 1886. Louisa Cumberpatch
1887. Edward Cumberpatch
1889 - 99. William Tudball
1901 - 09. Henry Boulton
1911 - 21. Minnie Euphemia Golding
1925. John Courtenay
1928 - 38. Percy Appleton

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BRISTOL’S LOST PUBS

The Golden Lion was at No.100 Redcliff Street and was one of many buildings lost in this area during the blitz. The apparent slope in the road is due to camera angle, Redcliff Street is flat.