WHITE HART Whitehall Road

1881 - 91. Thomas Fry
1893. George Gay
1901 - 04. Edwin Padfield
1911 - 30. Frank Walter Clements
1930 to 1943. Annie Mary Elizabeth Clements
1944 - 50. Walter William Samuel Clements

CENSUS 1881.
Thomas Fry 57, head married, beer retailer, Bitton Gloucestershire
Ann Fry 57, wife married, Bitton Gloucestershire
Isaac Fry 29, son unmarried, stoker at brick works, Bitton Gloucestershire
Thomas Fry 26, son unmarried, general labourer, Bitton Gloucestershire
Solomon Fry 23, son unmarried, general labourer, Bitton Gloucestershire
Samuel Fry 19, son unmarried, general labourer, Bitton Gloucestershire
Alice Fry 18, daughter unmarried, general servant, Bitton Gloucestershire
Elizabeth Fry 15, daughter unmarried, general servant, Bitton Gloucestershire
George Fry 14, son scholar, St.George Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1891.
Thomas Fry 67, head married, beer retailer, parish of Bitton Gloucestershire
Harriett Fry 67, wife married, parish of Bitton Gloucestershire
Solomon Fry 29, son single, engine fitter, parish of Bitton Gloucestershire
George Fry 23, son married, engine turner, St.George Gloucestershire
Annie Fry 22, son's wife married, parish of Bitton Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1901.
Edwin Padfield 29, head married, publican, Somerset Kilmerston
Mary A. Padfield 28, wife married, Somerset Coleford
Edwin J. Padfield 1, son, Bristol St.George
Lily R. Aylesbury 24, sister in law single, Somerset Coleford

CENSUS 1911.

Frank Walter Clements 35, head married, licensee, Bristol
Annie Mary Elizabeth Clements 39, wife married, Bristol
Walter William Samuel Clements 8, son, Bristol
Harry Charles Clements 4, son, Bristol

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