BRIGHTON STREET OFF LICENSE

1878 - 88. Alfred Gwinnell
1891. William B. Taylor
1891 - 97. Alfred Brown
1901 - 38. Joseph William Jefferies
1943 - 50. Mrs Rosalie May Jefferies


Previously a chemist shop

CENSUS 1881.
Alfred Gwinnell 45, head married, licensed victualler, Gloucester
Mary Ann Gwinnell 45, wife married, Cornwall
Tom B. Gwinnell 17, son unmarried, clerk, Bristol
Jane Gwinnell 19, daughter unmarried, Bristol

CENSUS 1891.
William B. Taylor 32, head married, beer retailer, Gloucestershire Soundwell
Caroline S. Taylor 30, wife married, Bristol
Carrie B. Taylor 9 daughter scholar, Bristol
Ivan W. Taylor 7, son scholar, Bristol
Gladys B. Taylor 1, daughter, Bristol
Alice E. E. Palmer 19, servant single, general domestic servant, Gloucestershire Warmley
Philip E. Phillips 27, boarder single, cabinet maker, Somerset Nailsea

CENSUS 1901.
Joseph W. Jefferies 30, head married, steam engine makers fitter, Bristol
Janet E. Jefferies 28, wife married, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Joseph William Jefferies 40, head married, engineer fitter, Bristol
Janet Elizabeth Jefferies 38, beer house keeper, Bristol
Marion Isabel Jefferies 2, daughter, Bristol
Janet Jefferies 1, daughter, Bristol
Alice Ida Florence Mayes 15, servant single, general domestic servant, Bristol

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