1868. H. J. Evans
1871 - 72. James Budge
1874. S. W. Robinson
1875 - 1906. Elizabeth Robinson
1909. George Radnedge
1914. Harriet Brown
1917. Henry Jarrett
1921 - 28. William Phillips
1931 - 44. John Reed
1947 - 53. Lillian Doris Reed
1960. John Hooper

The Marlborough was two doors up from the Three Tuns, at the Clarence Road end of Easton Road.  It looks as though it was originally built as an ordinary house and then later converted into a pub, it was demolished in 1965.

CENSUS 1871.
James Budge 30, head married, beer retailer, Topsham Devon
Ann Isabella Budge 30, wife married, Derby
Ann Isabella Budge 5, daughter, Cardiff Wales
Mary Budge 4, daughter, Cardiff Wales
Rosa Budge 2, daughter, Bristol
Charles James Budge 1, son, Bristol
Lucy Self 19, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1881.
Elizabeth Robinson 48, head widow, beer house keeper, Bedminster
Elizabeth Ann Robinson 19, daughter unmarried, barmaid, Bristol
James Badman 34, visitor unmarried, tailor’s cloth cutter, Horfield Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1891.
Elizabeth Robinson 58, head widow, beer house keeper, Bristol Bedminster
Elizabeth A. Robinson 29, wife married, assistant, Bristol
Samuel W. Robinson 12, son scholar, London Bermondsey
Lilian Robinson 9, daughter scholar, London Bermondsey

CENSUS 1901.
Elizabeth Robinson 68, head widow, beer retailer, Bedminster Bristol
Samuel Robinson 22, grandson, warehouseman, London

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