CENSUS 1851.
Isaac Bush 47, head married, publican, Wotton under Edge Gloucestershire
Naomi Bush 47, wife, Shepton Mallet Somerset
George Bush 24, son unmarried, butcher, Kingswood Somerset
William Bush 23, son unmarried, brewer, Kingswood Somerset
Isaac Bush 15, son unmarried, potter, Bristol
Edwin Bush 13, son scholar, Bristol
James Bush 35, brother unmarried, milkman, Chippenham Wiltshire
Susanah Bryant 23, servant unmarried, Bristol
Anna Allott 16, visitor unmarried, servant, Bristol
Edwin Tappin 21, lodger married, brewer, Bristol
John Bull 44, lodger married, milkman, Bristol
John Hayden 34, lodger married, stay weaver, Ireland
Charles Crump 36, lodger unmarried, gas fitter, County of Derby
Dominick Moran 28, lodger unmarried, stay weaver, Ireland

CENSUS 1861.
Isaac Bush 56, head widower, victualler, Wotton under Edge Gloucestershire
Isaac Bush 27, son unmarried, butcher, Wotton under Edge Gloucestershire
Edwin Bush 25, son unmarried, butcher, Wotton under Edge Gloucestershire
James Bush 42, brother unmarried, milkman, Chippenham Wiltshire
William Williams 33, boarder unmarried, butcher, not known
William Lawrence 42, boarder married, butcher, not known
Frederick Griffiths 22, boarder unmarried, butcher, not known
John Harwick 54, boarder unmarried, excavator's labourer, not known
John Pool 26, boarder unmarried, excavator's labourer, not known
William Askins 39, boarder unmarried, excavator's labourer, not known
Robert Williams 25, boarder unmarried, excavator's labourer, not known
William Ball 28, boarder unmarried, excavator's labourer, not known
George Carter 27, boarder unmarried, tailor, Hertfordshire Welwyn
George Hargan 30, boarder unmarried, gardener, Gloucestershire Gloucester
Joseph Gray 34, boarder unmarried, excavator's labourer, not known

CENSUS 1871.
Isaac Bush 67, head married, publican, Gloucestershire Kingswood
Ann Bush 50, wife married, Somerset Stanton Wick
Edwin Bush 33, son married, butcher, Bristol
Mary Bush 28, daughter in law married, Gloucestershire Paulet
Emily Bush 7, daughter scholar, Bristol
Edwin Bush 5, son scholar, Bristol
Frederick Bush 2, son, Bristol
Sarah J. Bush 18, niece unmarried, barmaid, Somerset Stanton Wick
Richard Beerd 33, lodger unmarried, mason's labourer, Bristol
John O'Sullivan 43, lodger unmarried, mason's labourer, Ireland
Thomas Thomas 30, lodger unmarried, mason's labourer, not known
George Thomas 22, lodger unmarried, mason's labourer, not known
Thomas Eddy 38, lodger unmarried, mason's labourer, Somerset Bath
George England 57, lodger unmarried, cooper, Somerset North Curry
James Holborne 40, lodger unmarried, pig butcher, Somerset Bath

CENSUS 1881.
William Garland 33, head married, publican, Bristol
Louisa Garland 34, wife married, Bristol
Rose Mary Garland 4, daughter scholar, Bristol
Clara Kate Garland 1, daughter, Bristol
Thomas Garland 84, father widower, cordwainer, Minehead Somerset
John Philpot 35, lodger unmarried, labourer, Hampshire
John Bailey 49, lodger unmarried, agricultural labourer (ploughman) Salford
William Smith 37, lodger unmarried, engine driver, Gibraltar
Thomas Gwyther 66, lodger widower, clock maker, Bristol
Sarah Kingdon 26, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Bristol
Isaac Bush 76, lodger married, gentleman, Bristol
Ann Bush 71, lodger married, Stanton Wick Somerset
John Smith 38, lodger married, traveller in cutlery, Tipperary Ireland
Eliza Smith 28, lodger married, traveller in cutlery, Bristol

CENSUS 1891.
Levi Tucker 38, head married, licensed victualler, Devonshire
Ann Tucker 44, wife married, Somerset
Ellen Tucker 12, daughter scholar, Devon
Mabel Tucker 10, daughter scholar, Devon
Mary Tucker 74, mother widow, living on own means, Devon
Allan Marley 57, lodger widower, carpenter, Devon
Richard Noble 34, lodger single, general labourer, London

CENSUS 1901.
Harry George Farmiloe 44, head married, publican, Hugswood (sic) Gloucestershire, deaf
Elizabeth Ann Farmiloe 44, wife married, Bridgwater
Harry George Farmiloe 20, son single, duffer (draper) Bristol
Jenny Louise Farmiloe 18, daughter single, Bristol
John Thomas Farmiloe 9, son, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Harry George Farmiloe 54, head married, licensed Victualler, Gloucestershire Kingswood
Elizabeth Ann Farmiloe 54, wife married, Somerset Bridgwater
Harry George Farmiloe 30, son single, warehouseman in wholesale clothiers,  Bristol
John Thomas Farmiloe 19, son single, insurance clerk, Bristol
Elizabeth Uren 19, servant single, domestic servant, Bristol

SHAKESPEARE Temple Street / Victoria Street

1844 to 1876. Isaac Bush
1877 - 79. Samuel Palmer
1881 - 86. William Garland
1887. Louisa Garland
1888 - 97. Levi Tucker
1899. Frederick Eager
1901 - 14. Harry Farmiloe
1917. Henry Charles
1921. Rose Harriett Charles
1925 - 50. Rosina Parker
1953. John Howes
1975. P. L. Dutfield


The Shakespeare lost its Temple Street address when Victoria Street was built in the early 1870s. Erected in 1636, the building is first listed as a public house in 1844. Isaac Bush was at this address in 1841 but trading as a milkman. Pictured here when it was still ‘The’ Shakespeare, it became ‘Ye’ Shakespeare early in the twentieth century.

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