LORD CHANCELLOR Easton Road

1837. William Jefferys
1839 - 40. Jane Jefferys
1841. Thomas Lavender
1842. J. Dark
1844 - 67. George Crinks
1868 to 1872. James Tucker
1872. Charles Stafford (jnr)
1874 - 77. Henry Crinks
1878 - 81. Isaac Davage
1885 - 86. Isaac Dyer
1887 - 99. Louisa Dyer
1901. W. Beak
1901. Ada M. Chandler
1904 - 09. Thomas Benjamin Phipps
1914 - 21. Madeline Theodosia Higgs
1925 - 31. William Broad
1935 - 50. William Crotty
1953. Thomas Brennan



The Clarence Road end of Easton Road, almost opposite the Three Tuns. The buildings to the left of the Lord Chancellor were long gone when the pub was demolished in 1988, this picture dates from the 1950’s.


CENSUS 1841.
Thomas Lavender 76, victualler, born in county
Nancy Lavender 65, born in county
Joseph Lavender 22, clock maker, born in county
Prudence Boswell 17, servant, born in county

 

 


 

CENSUS 1851.
George Crinks 34, head married, publican, Bristol
Ann Crinks 30, wife married, St.George’s Gloucestershire
George Crinks 8, son scholar, Bristol
Emma Crinks 6, daughter scholar, Bristol
Alfred Crinks 4, son scholar, Bristol
Edwin Crinks 2, son, Bristol
not named 10 days, son, Bristol
Sarah Saunders 14, servant, house servant, Bristol
Harriet Hill 28, servant unmarried, house servant, St.George’s Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1861.
George Crinks 44, head married, beer retailer, Bristol St.James
Ann Crinks 41, wife married, Gloucestershire St.George’s
Emma Crinks 16, daughter unmarried, Bristol St.Philip’s
Alfred Crinks 14, son, errand boy, Bristol St.Philip’s
Edwin Crinks 12, son scholar, Bristol St.Philip’s
Henry Samuel Crinks 8, son scholar, Bristol St.Philip’s
John Hill Crinks 3, son, Bristol St.Philips
William George Crinks 1, son, Bristol St.Philip’s

CENSUS 1871.
Public house, no one sleeping on the premises at the time of the census

CENSUS 1881.
Isaac Davage 30, head married, brewer and publican, Bristol
Mary J. Davage 34, wife married, Jersey
William S. Davage 6, son scholar, Bristol
Emily Davage 3, daughter, Bristol
Walter Davage 7 months, son, Bristol
Ann Davis 16, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1891.
Louisa Dyer 54, head married, publican, Wiltshire Chiltern
Fred Sperring 28, head married, packer, Devon Crewkerne
Annie Louisa Sperring 25, Wiltshire Chiltern
Fred Sperring 5, son scholar, Bristol St.Philip’s
Arthur John Sperring 4, son scholar, Bristol St.Philip’s
Louisa Mary Sperring 3, daughter, Bristol St.Philip’s

CENSUS 1901.
Reuben Chandler 48, head married, joiner carpenter, Bristol
Ada M. Chandler 29, wife married, landlady of public house, Bristol

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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