CENSUS 1871.
Henry Pimm 34, head married, tailor and Publican, Somerset Worle
Mary E. Pimm 24, wife married, Yorkshire Leeds
Albert W. S. Pimm 1 month, son, Bedminster Bristol

CENSUS 1881.
Samuel Furneaux 45, head married, beer house keeper, Devon Buckfastleigh
Mary Ann Furneaux 41, wife married, Devon Crediton

CENSUS 1891.
Henry Clark 57, head widower, publican, Somerset South Bradon
Augustus Phillips 18, step son single, barman, South Africa Cape Horn (British subject)
Joseph C. Jones 50, cousin single, bath attendant, Somerset Bridgwater

CENSUS 1901.
Charles Edward Skinner 39, head married, boot maker and publican, Bristol
Lydia Skinner 37, wife married, London
William James Skinner 15, son, Bristol
Lilian Florence Skinner 13, daughter, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Eliza Ann Hill 66, head widow, inn keeper, Bristol Gloucestershire
Thomas Hill 43, son widower, manager, Bristol Gloucestershire
Elizabeth Gertrude Dunn 17, servant single, domestic servant, Bristol Somersetshire

BRIDGE INN  Bridge Parade

1866. A. Beaven
1867. William Kingscote
1870. Richard Purnell
1871. Henry Pimm
1871 -72. William Weaver
1874. William Taylor
1875. J. Berridge
1876. William Heard
1877 to 1882. Samuel Furneaux
1883 - 89. Henry Huxtable
1891 - 93. Henry Clarke
1896 - 99. Alfred Burgess
1900. Ellen Pyne
1900. James Kemp
1901. Charles Edward Skinner
1904 - 17. Eliza Ann Hill
1921 - 38. Samuel William Marks
1944 - 53. Ernest A’Court
1960. Eric H. Hall
1975. T. Nichols

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