PILGRIM Tucker Street

1816 - 1857. Thomas Davey (sen & jun)
1858 - 78. Joseph Hodgson

Mary Turner 40, servant widow, house servant, Gloucestershire Frampton Cotterell
Mary Maggs 22, servant unmarried, house servant, Bristol
Mary Harrison 20 ? servant unmarried, house servant, Gloucestershire Minchinhampton

CENSUS 1861.
Joseph Hodgson 29, head married, publican, St.James’ Bristol
Mary Ann Hodgson 31, wife married, publican’s wife, Temple Bristol
Edward John Hodgson 5, son scholar, Temple Bristol
Joseph William Hodgson 2, son, St.Thomas Bristol
Ann Elbury 62, visitor widow, Minehead Somersetshire
Sarah King 29, servant unmarried, house servant, Siston Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1871.
Joseph Hodgson 39, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Emma Hodgson 27, wife married, Bristol
Edward J. Hodgson 15, son scholar, Bristol
Joseph Hodgson 11, son scholar, Bristol
John Hodgson 5, son scholar, Bristol
Emma Hodgson 2, daughter, Bristol
William Hodgson 7 months, son, Bristol
Elizabeth Young 20, servant unmarried, general servant, Bristol
Celena Taylor 15, servant, Nurse, Bristol

CENSUS 1841.
Thomas Davey 60, publican, not born in county
Charlotte Davey 40, not born in county
Elizabeth Davey 19, born in county
Henry Davey 15, born in county
James Davey 11, born in county
Mary Pomeroy 20, servant, not born in county
Ann Smith 25, servant, foreign
William Benson 23, army
John Hill 55, independent, not born in county

CENSUS 1851.
Thomas Davey 30, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Eliza Davey 30, wife married, wife of licensed victualler, Bristol
Clara Davey 7, daughter scholar, Bristol
Thomas Davey 5, son scholar, Bristol
Natherine Davey 2, daughter, Bristol

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BRISTOL’S LOST PUBS

Postcard, Bristol’s Lost Pubs collection