CENSUS 1851.
Thomas Hawkins 51, Inn Keeper Huntspill
Mary Hawkins 40, Bristol
Thomas Hawkins 19, Bristol
Edward Hawkins 17, Bristol
Mary Ann Hawkins 15, Bristol
Elizabeth Hawkins 12, Scholar Bristol
Elizabeth Nott, Servant 40 Widow Exeter
Maria Sedlar, Servant 24 Wickwar
Thomas Thompson, Servant 31 Bristol
Maria Douch, Barmaid 35 Bristol
? Penrock, Lodger Male 40 Hanham

CENSUS 1861.
Thomas Hawkins 62, head married, inn keeper, Somerset Huntspill
Mary Hawkins 53, wife married, Gloucestershire Bristol
Marianne Hawkins 24, daughter unmarried, Gloucestershire Bristol
Eliza Hawkins 22, daughter unmarried, Gloucestershire Bristol
Lucy Lawrence 26, servant unmarried, house servant, Gloucestershire Westerleigh
Elizabeth Natau 22, servant unmarried, chamber maid, Somerset Taunton
Ann Jenkins 32, barmaid unmarried, Lancaster Manchester
George Webb 24, servant unmarried, ostler, Gloucestershire Winterbourne
Harriett Pritchard 39, visitor unmarried, independent lady, Gloucestershire Tetbury
Henry Chadwick 43, visitor unmarried, chemist, Lancaster West Houghton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WHITE HART Old Market Street

1752 - 54. Joseph Freeman
1755. John Freeman
1764. Mr. Freeman
1775. Thomas Jones
1794 - 1820. Jacob Riddle
1823 - 40. Mary Riddle
1841 - 72. Thomas Hawkins
1874 - 77. Nathaniel Leigh
1878 - 91. William Leigh
1893. George Newport
1899. Richard Parker
1904 - 09. John Lucas
1914 - 31. Levi Barrett
1935 - 50. Roberts K. Holbrook


The White Hart was demolished in 1964 to make way for the Old Market roundabout and underpass. The pub acquired its ornate frontage in 1893 when it was incorporated into the Empire Theatre.


CENSUS 1841.
Thomas Hawkins 40, Inn keeper, not born in county
mary Hawkins 30, born in county
Thomas Hawkins 9, born in county
Edward Hawkins 7, born in county
Marianne Hawkins 5, born in county
Eliza Hawkins 2, born in county
Mary Douch 30, servant, born in county
Ann Beaven 25, servant, not born in county
Grace ??? 20, servant, not born in county
John Cullin 30, servant, not born in county
Richard Flower 30, hatter, not born in county

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