CENSUS 1861.
Daniel Shellard 43, head married, beer house keeper and grocer, Bitton Gloucestershire
Mary Shellard 42, wife married, domestic work, Bitton Gloucestershire
Edwin Shellard 18, son unmarried, invalid, Bitton Gloucestershire
Albert E. Shellard 14, son scholar, Bitton Gloucestershire
Mary Ann Shellard 11, daughter scholar, Bitton Gloucestershire
Lydia H. Shellard 9, daughter scholar, Bitton Gloucestershire
Thomas Shellard 4, son scholar, Bitton Gloucestershire
Henrietta Shellard 2, daughter, Bitton Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1871.
Daniel Shellard 54, head married, publican and grocer, Bitton Gloucestershire
Mary Shellard 52, wife married, Bitton Gloucestershire
Mary Ann Shellard 21, daughter unmarried, assistant, Bitton Gloucestershire
L. H. Shellard 19, daughter unmarried, assistant, Bitton Gloucestershire
Walter Shellard 15, son, assistant, Bitton Gloucestershire
Thomas Shellard 14, son scholar, Bitton Gloucestershire
Henrietta Shellard 12, daughter scholar, Bitton Gloucestershire
Richmond Shellard 8, son scholar, Bitton Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1881.
Daniel Shellard 63, head widower, grocer and publican, Bitton Gloucestershire
Edwin Shellard 39, son unmarried, grocer's assistant, Oldland Gloucestershire
Lydia Shellard 27, daughter unmarried, grocer's daughter, Oldland Gloucestershire
Thomas Shellard 24, son unmarried, commercial traveller, Oldland Gloucestershire
Henrietta Shellard 22, daughter unmarried, no occupation, Oldland Gloucestershire
Richmond Shellard 18, son unmarried, grocer's assistant, Oldland Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1891.
William J. Veal 27, head married, publican and grocer, North Stoke Gloucestershire
Susan E. Veal 26, wife married, Bitton Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1901.
Job Kendall 35, head married, innkeeper, Gloucestershire Hanham
Emily Kendall 28, wife married, Bristol St.Augustine's





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WHEATSHEAF

1861 - 88. Daniel Shellard
1891. William J. Veal
1901 - 04. Job Kendall
1905. Frank Holder
1909 - 14. Walter Bristow
1914 to 1916. William Briggs
1917. Elizabeth Richardson


The 1851 census shows Daniel Shellard at what appears to be this address; trading as a baker, this could explain why the pub was named the wheatsheaf.
 

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