CARPENTERS' ARMS  
Hayes Lane, Charlton

1851 - 56. Thomas Bleaken
1861. Peter Groves
1870 - 79. Charles Richards
1881 - 86. James Dibble
1888. Leticia Willis
1891 - 94. Henry Taylor
1897. William Trott
1901. G. Trott
1901. Frederick James Moss
1903 - 11. Frederick Luckham
1911. Fanny Luckham
1914. Edward Clarke
1917 - 21. William Willmott
1923 - 27. George Britton
1931 - 39. William Jefferies


Pictured here around 1909, the Carpenters’ Arms was lost when Charlton was wiped from the map for a new runway at Filton airport.

CENSUS 1851.
Thomas Bleaken 43, head married, beer retailer and grocer, Gloucestershire Hawkesbury
Ruth Bleaken 42, wife married, beer retailer and grocer, Gloucestershire Hawkesbury
George Bleaken 11, son scholar, Gloucestershire Henbury
Elizabeth Bleaken 5, daughter scholar, Gloucestershire Henbury
Elizabeth Mulcock 25, niece unmarried, Gloucestershire Hawkesbury

CENSUS 1861.
Peter Groves 61, head married, beer retailer, Dursley Gloucestershire
Maria Groves 50, wife married, Elberton Gloucestershire
Sarah Shallis 15, servant unmarried, maid, Limekiln Lane Bristol
Richard Sweet 50, lodger unmarried, wheelwright, Stapleton Road Bristol

CENSUS 1871.
Charles Richards 42, head married, hay dealer and licensed victualler, Gloucestershire Shirehampton
Charlotte Richards 46, wife married, Gloucestershire Henbury
Mary A. Richards 14, daughter scholar, Gloucestershire Henbury
Sarah A. Richards 11, daughter scholar, Gloucestershire Henbury
Elizabeth Richards 8, daughter scholar, Gloucestershire Henbury
Sarah Collins 25, servant unmarried, general servant, Bristol
James Parsons 21, servant unmarried, agricultural labourer, Somersetshire Pill
Ruth Grace 30, visitor unmarried, dressmaker, Gloucestershire Westbury-on-Trym

CENSUS 1881.
James Dibble 32, head married, publican, Bristol
Mary A. Dibble 31, wife married, Gloucestershire Almondsbury
Amy Dibble 10, daughter scholar, Gloucestershire Clifton
Ella Dibble 4, daughter scholar, Gloucestershire Clifton
Florence Dibble 1, daughter, Gloucestershire Clifton
Hector McIntosh 36, boarder unmarried, carpenter, London Bow
Tom Beard 58, boarder unmarried, waiter, Gloucestershire Henbury
Edward Woodland 21, lodger unmarried, general labourer, Somerset Puckington
George White 21, lodger unmarried, general labourer, Somerset Westport
William Bridge 21, lodger unmarried, general labourer, Somerset Westport
Thomas Cabble 20, lodger unmarried, general labourer, Somerset Drayton
George Bridge 40, lodger unmarried, general labourer, Somerset Drayton

CENSUS 1891.
Henry Taylor 37, head married, licensed victualler, Somerset Dulverton
Elizabeth Taylor 36, wife married, Somerset Dulverton
Alice Rose Taylor 15, daughter single, Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
Frederick James Moss 36, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Lilly Moss 35, wife married, Bristol
Florence Moss 11, daughter, Bristol
William Moss 9, son, Gloucestershire Horfield
Alice Moss 7, daughter, Gloucestershire Horfield
Dorothy Moss 4, daughter, Gloucestershire Horfield

CENSUS 1911.
Fanny Luckham 57, head widow, licensed victualler, Temple Bristol
William Mathews 62, brother widower, corn porter, Temple Bristol
May Ewans 17, servant single, general domestic, Eastville Bristol

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