TRAMWAYS TAVERN Bell Hill Road
Off License

1893 - 1928. George Hiscox
1928 - 50. Maud Hiscox

CENSUS 1901.
George Hiscox 42, head married, shoe maker and out door beer house, Gloucestershire St.George
Hannah Hiscox 42, wife married, Gloucestershire St.George
Elizabeth Ann Hiscox 20, daughter single, Gloucestershire St.George
Albert Hiscox 18, son single, engineer, turner, lathe man, Gloucestershire St.George
George Hiscox 17, son single, engineer, lathe man, Gloucestershire St.George
Fred Hiscox 14, son, labourer at clog factory, Gloucestershire St.George
Harry Hiscox 12, son, Gloucestershire St.George
Gilbert Hiscox 10, son, Gloucestershire St.George
Bert Hiscox 9, son, Gloucestershire St.George
Arthur Hiscox 7, daughter, Gloucestershire St.George
Emily Hiscox 6, daughter, Gloucestershire St.George
Flossie Hiscox 4, daughter, Gloucestershire St.George
Maude Hiscox 2, daughter, Gloucestershire St.George

CENSUS 1911.
George Hiscox 52, head married, off license holder, Bristol
Hannah Hiscox 52, wife married, Bristol
Gilbert Hiscox 20, son single, engineering (fitter at iron works), Bristol
Bert Hiscox 19, son single, engineering (fitter at iron works), Bristol
Arthur John Hiscox 17, son single, upholsterer, Bristol
Emily Hiscox 16, daughter single, tailer maker, Bristol
Flosse Hiscox 14, daughter, tailer maker, Bristol
Maud Hiscox 12, daughter scholar, Bristol

 

Bristol's Lost Pubs                                         home   somerset   gloucestershire   bath pubs


Central
  Clifton   Hotwells   Bedminster   Redcliff   St.Philip's   St.George   Old Market   Easton   St.Paul's   Kingsdown   Other g