BRITANNIA Newfoundland Road

1853. Charles Perry
1854 - 56. Charlotte Hamlin
1858 - 68. John Hurford
1869 - 75. Charles Hinton
1876 to 1877. James Swaithes
1878 - 79. William Brice
1881 - 82. James Eggington
1883. James White
1884 to 1886. James Leadbeater
1887 to 1891. Brunetta Chaplin
1892 - 99. Samuel Tooze
1901. J. Horner
1904 - 06. Stephen Bayley
1909 - 14. Charles Goldsworthy
1917 - 28. Fred Coward
1931 - 38. Emily Maud Coward
1944 - 53. Florence Brown










 

CENSUS 1861.
John Hurford 40, head married, beer retailer, Somerset Withycombe
Ann Hurford 42, wife married,  Somerset Timberscombe
James James 46, boarder unmarried, servant, Bristol

 

CENSUS 1871.
Charles Hinton 41, head married, carpenter and beer retailer, Gloucestershire Cirencester
Mary Ann Hinton 36, wife married, Bristol
Georgina Jennings 10, niece, London

CENSUS 1881.
James Eggington 63, head married, beer retailer (army pensioner) Birmingham
Sarah Eggington 62, wife married, Ilfracombe
Emma Eggington 15, niece, no occupation, Birmingham

CENSUS 1891.
Brunetta Chaplin 56, head widow, publican, Somerset Portbury
Louisa Tidman 16, boarder single, no occupation, assists in public house, Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
John Horner 34, head married, beer retailer, Middlesex Brentford
Elizabeth Horner 31, wife married, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Charles H. Goldsworthy 38, head married, box and packing maker, born No.53 Regent Street, Newtown, Bristol
Elizabeth Goldsworthy 35, wife married, born No.28 George's Street, Bristol
Percy Goldsworthy 13, son, born No.5 Waterloo Street, Bristol
Doris Goldsworthy 11, daughter, born No.52 Goodhind Street, Bristol
Hilda Goldsworthy 6, daughter, born No.82 Pennywell Road, Bristol

 

 

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