CENSUS 1871.
Mary Ann Victoria Rutter 30, head unmarried, licensed victualler, King Stanley Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1881.
Alfred Vokes 33, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Jane Vokes 27, wife married, Carlingcott Bath
Lilly Florence Vokes 3, daughter, Bristol
Bertha Maud Vokes 1, daughter, Bristol
Annie Emily Lintern 11, niece scholar, Camerton Bath

CENSUS 1891.
Alfred Vokes 43, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Jane Vokes 39, wife married, Camerton Somerset
Lilly Florence Vokes 13, daughter scholar, Bristol
Bertha Maud Vokes 11, daughter scholar, Bristol
Elsie Agnes Vokes 9, daughter scholar, Bristol
Alfred James Vokes 7, son scholar, Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
Alfred Vokes 51, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Jane Vokes 47, wife married, Somerset
Alfred Vokes 17, son single, operator cable tele.. Bristol
Gilbert Vokes 9, son, Bristol
Bertha Vokes 21, daughter single, Bristol
Elsie Vokes 19, daughter single, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Alfred Vokes 62, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Jane Vokes 58, wife married, assisting in business, Carlingcott near Bath
Gilbert Vokes 19, son single, engineer, Bristol
Trissie Langley 19, niece single, assisting in business, Carlingcott near Bath

THREE TUNS Easton Road

1870 - 71. John Rogers
1871. Mary Ann Victoria Rutter
1874 - 76. Thomas Meadow
1877. J. Barter
1878 to 1925. Alfred Vokes
1925 to 1937. Bertha Maud Evans
1938 - 53. Ellen Gertrude Harris
1960. W. R. Cornish




The Three Tuns was one of twelve pubs in Easton Road when this picture was taken in the early 1950’s, next door is the Thrissel’s engineering works, previously the site of Garton’s Brewery.

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