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
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,
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,
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.
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.