Nos. 7, 8 & 9 King Street, the Coopers’ Arms was at No.9 the right hand gable in this group. No.7 which was once the Royal Oak and No.8 are still standing but the Coopers’ Arms was taken down in 1899 to be replaced with warehousing, note the demolition work being carried out at No.10.

CENSUS 1841.

Jane Morrish 35, victualler, not born in county
Rebecca Martin 35, servant, not born in county
Mary Martin 20, servant, not born in county
Mary Bennett 25, servant, not born in servant

CENSUS 1851.
John Patrick married 32, cooper Bristol
Sarah Patrick 32, wife married, laundress Bristol
William Patrick 8, son scholar, Bristol
John Patrick 6, son scholar, Bristol
Henry Patrick 4, son scholar, Bristol
Mary Patrick 3, son scholar, Bristol
Charles Patrick 1, son, Bristol
Sarah Brown 60, Mother Married, Wiveliscombe
Mary Ann Blith 14, Visitor, Bristol
Rebecca Poole, Servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1861.
Sarah Patrick 73, head widow, licensed victualler formerly straw bonnet maker, Wiveliscombe
William H. Patrick 38, son married, painter, Bristol
James C. Jenkins 24, grandson unmarried, cooper, Clifton near Bristol
Adelaide West 20, grandaughter, unmarried, laundress, Bristol
James Morris 26, lodger unmarried, wood hoop shaver, Monmouthshire

CENSUS 1871.
Thomas West 55, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Mary West 61, wife married, Swansea
William Roundtree 16, grandson unmarried, labourer, Swansea
Emma Martin 19, servant unmarried, general servant, Bristol
Michael Burns 55, lodger unmarried, hawker, Ireland
James McQuagon 44, lodger married, hawker, Ireland
Michael McQuade 33, lodger married, hawker, Ireland
Edward Larkin 22, losger unmarried, hawker, Ireland

CENSUS 1881.
Thomas West 65, head married, licensed victualler, Gloucester
Mary West 75, wife married, Swansea, Wales
Alice Clark 8, niece scholar, Bristol
Francis H. Fay 41, boarder unmarried, draper, Ireland
Francis F. Pollock 29, boarder married, printer compositor, Scotland
Patrick C. Connelly 39, boarder married, general commission agent, Ireland
George Richards 54, lodger unmarried, tailor, Exeter Devon

CENSUS 1891.
Frederick Jones 52, head married, St.George Gloucestershire
Adelaide Jones 50, wife married, Bristol
Charles Jones 19, son, Bristol
Mary Jones 17, daughter, Bristol
Emily Jones 12, daughter, Bristol
John Jones 7, son, Bristol
Marion Jones 5, daughter, Bristol
Magnus Cates 48, lodger single, Bristol
Anna Dell 14, servant, Bedminster


COOPERS’ ARMS  King Street

1752 David Price
1762 Annie Price
1775. Lewis Gibbon
1794. Joseph Hoare
1806. William Smith
1816. Nicholas Landers
1820. Deborah Landers
1822 - 28. E. Morrish
1830 - 44. Jane Morrish
1847 - 61. John Patrick
1861. Sarah Patrick
1863 - 91. Thomas West
1891 to 1899. Adelaide Jones

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