CENSUS 1841.
Abraham Newton 50, publican, born in county
Charlotte Newton 50, born in county
Charlotte Newton 15, born in county
15 year old female servant (name illegible) born in county


CENSUS 1851.

Abraham Newton 63, head married, victualler, Bristol
Charlotte Newton 65, wife married, victualler, Bristol
Charlotte Newton 27, daughter unmarried, Bristol
Mary Gifford 18, servant unmarried, house servant, Frampton Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1861.
James Hewitt 41, head married, licensed victualler, Basingstoke Hampshire
Ann Hewitt 46, wife married, Bath Somerset
James C. Hewitt 11, son, Batheaston Somerset
Sarah A. Hewitt 9, daughter, Bath Somerset
Sarah A. Lamb 15, servant, house servant, Temple Bristol

CENSUS 1871.
George Boyles 33, head married, publican Devon Shirwell
Sarah Boyles 34, wife married, Devon Ilfracombe
George Boyles 11 months, son, Bristol St.Philip's
Ellen Bate 26, sister in law, Devon Georgeham
Elizabeth Cole 20, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Somerset St.George

CENSUS 1881.
Walter Bosley 21, head married, mason, Somerset Stogumber
Eliza A. Bosley 20, wife married, tailoress, Bristol
William W. Bosley 7 months, son, Bristol
Mary A. Peters 12, visitor scholar, Bristol

CENSUS 1891.
Thomas J. Corcoran 24, head married, tobacco pipe maker (clay) Bristol
Georgina Corcoran 24, wife married, Bristol
Thomas A. Corcoran 2, son, Bristol
James J. Corcoran 1, son, Bristol
George Hill 18, boarder single, hawker of flowers, Bristol
Francis Hill 17, boarder single, hawker of flowers, Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
Frederick Smith 55, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Amelia Smith 56, wife married, Bristol
Frederick A. Smith 27, son single, assistant in public house (barman), Bristol
Bessie Reynolds 14, servant, domestic servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Frederick Chard 44, head married, licensed victualler, Wrington Somerset
Sarah Chard 44, wife married, assists in business, Great Brington Northamptonshire
Jane Bryer 20, servant single, domestic servant, Banwell Somerset




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SWAN New Street

1792 - 94. William Radford
1800. James Long
1806. James Goff
1816 - 34. John Mealing
1839 - 53. Abraham Newton
1854 to 1855. Charles Phillips
1856 - 58. Abraham Newton
1861 - 68. James Hewitt
1869 to 1877. George Boyles
1877 - 79. John Roach
1881 - 83. Walter Bosley
1884 to 1886. James Hooper
1887 to 1891. Thomas Corcoran
1891 to 1893. Caroline Watts
1894. Frederick Buckley
1897 - 1901. Frederick Smith
1906 - 17. Frederick Chard
1921. Hephzibah Frances Parker
1925 - 28. Alfred Parker
1931. Joseph Carr
1935 - 53. Catherine Carr

1975. J. W. Harper (Seven Ways)


The above photograph was kindly provided by Pete Yeates, it shows the Seven Ways boarded up, and sadly destined for demolition.


 

 

© Pete Yeates

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