SARACEN’S HEAD Broad Street

1830 - 39. James Burt
1841 - 44. John Brooke
1851 - 64. William Clement (sen)
1864 - 84. William Clements (jnr)
1889 - 1901. John Rubie
1891. Matilda Brindley, manageress
1894. Miss D. Bird, manageress
1901 - 06. Ada Grace Gerrish, manageress
1911 - 14. William Prockter
1916. Joseph Kitley
1919 - 23. Luther Ashman
1931 - 60. Stanley Charles Haines




This picture has been cropped from a postcard which was posted on October 7th 1905, and was published by Collard’s Library which was at No.42A Broad Street, the Saracen’s Head was / is at No.42.

CENSUS 1841.
John Brooke 35, publican, born in county
Charlotte Brooke 25, born in county
Hannah Brooke 2, not born in county
Sarah Higgins 15, servant, not born in county
John Miller 25, ostler, not born in county
Henry Miller 15, ostler, not born in county
John Thorne 30, mail guard, not born in county

CENSUS 1851.
William Clement 44, head married, innkeeper, Bath
Eliza Clement 44, wife married, Gloucestershire Cam
William Clement 11, son scholar, Bath
Annie Burgess 22, assistant unmarried, innkeeper’s assistant, Clifton
Ann Webb 25, servant unmarried, house servant, Wiltshire Bromham
Harriet Ballard 22, servant unmarried, house servant, Wiltshire Bromham
John Cotton Chapman 45, visitor married, commercial traveller wine trade, Oxfordshire Caversham

CENSUS 1861.
William Clement 52, head married, victualler, Bath
Eliza Clement 51, wife married, Gloucestershire Cam
Mary Jones 67, servant widow, domestic servant, Bath
Elizabeth Wheeler 21, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Bristol
Louisa Ridout 19, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Wales Pontypool

CENSUS 1871.
William Clement 32, head married, innkeeper, Bath
Elizabeth Clement 28, wife married, Wales
Emily Clement 8, daughter scholar, Temple Cloud
Mary Ann Barwell 16, servant unmarried, general servant, Temple Cloud
Alice Ann Airey 17, servant unmarried, general servant, Ulverston Lancashire
Henry Selway 21, servant married, ostler, Farrington Gurney
Robert Barnes 20, servant unmarried, smith, Bath

CENSUS 1881.
William Clements 41, head married, innkeeper, Bath
Elizabeth Cements 38, wife married, Bath
Emily Clements 18, daughter single, in the business, Bath
William Clements 6, son, school, Bath
Elizabeth Clements 4, daughter, school, Bath
Arthur Clements 2, son, Bath
Florence Clements 10 months, daughter, Bath
Eliza Selwood 14, servant, nurse, Edington Wells
Emma Stock 18, servant single, general servant, Camerton Somerset

CENSUS 1891.
Matilda Brindley 44, head single, manageress public house, Warwickshire Ansley
Sophia Knight 34, servant single, assistant public house, Somerset Bridgwater
Ellen Bryant 20, servant single, barmaid, Bristol
Mary Holmes 19, servant single, domestic servant, Somerset Radstock

CENSUS 1901.
Ada Grace Gerrish 28, head widow, manageress of public house, Gloucestershire Tytherington
Selina Weare 24, boarder single, barmaid, Somerset Axbridge
Minnie Morgan 19, boarder single, barmaid, Wiltshire Lympley Stoke
Mabel Brown 17, boarder single, domestic servant, Wiltshire Melksham

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