WAGGON & HORSES Bath Street

1839 - 49. Isaac Ellis
1851 - 61. William Pople
1863. Thomas Withy
1865. William Pople
1866 - 89. James Beames
1891. Henry Adams
1891 - 96. Ellen Adams
1899 - 1909. Arthur Adams
1911 - 21. William Adams
1925 - 37. Frederick Churchill
1938. Mabel Edith Churchill
1944. H. Hampton
1950. Albert Boyce
1953. Albert Young

CENSUS 1841.
Isaac Ellis 44, haulier, born in county
Rachel Ellis 48, born in county
Bety Nickols 88, independent, not born in county
Ann Whiting 19, born in county
Martha Clist 19, born in county
Thomas Jarman 24, hallier, not born in county
William Deacon 25, not born in county

CENSUS 1851.
William Pople 36, head married, publican, Somerset Long Ashton
Eliza Pople 32, wife married, Bristol
Fanny Durbin 17, sister in law unmarried, servant, Bristol
Thomas Greenslade 29, lodger unmarried, agricultural labourer, Somerset


CENSUS 1861.
William Pople 44, head widower, beer house keeper, Somerset Ashton
Mary Pearce 20, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1871.
James Beames 51, head married, engine driver at sugar refinery, Gloucestershire Yate
Mary Ann Beames 49, wife married, Gloucestershire Old Sodbury
Alice M. U. Trowbridge 5, grandchild scholar, Bristol
Francis Whitehead 28, lodger unmarried, labourer at sugar refinery, Dorset Sherborne
Henry Trueman 32, lodger married, labourer at sugar refinery, Bristol
Georgeanna Bennett 37, lodger unmarried, monthly nurse, Bristol

CENSUS 1881.
James Beames 60, head married, publican, Gloucestershire Yate
Mary A. Beames 60, wife married, Gloucestershire Yate
Ann M. U. Beames 14, granddaughter, milliner, Bristol
Mary Johnson 19, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Staffordshire Stafford
George Cox 20, lodger unmarried, labourer, Somerset Wrington
Thomas Cox 22, lodger unmarried, labourer, Somerset Wrington
George Hopkins 23, lodger unmarried, tailor’s trimmer, Bristol


CENSUS 1891.
Henry R. Adams 42, head married, beerhouse keeper, Somerset Clevedon
Ellen Adams 41, wife married, Bristol
Henry R. Adams 18, son single, engine fitter, Bristol
Edith Adams 16, daughter single, waitress, Bristol
Jane Adams 15, daughter single, Waitress, Bristol
William Adams 13, grocer’s errand boy, Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
Arthur William Adams 48, head married, beer retailer, Bristol
Elizabeth H. Adams 53, wife married, Devonshire Exeter
Margaret Elizabeth Carruthers 17, niece single, barmaid, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
William George Adams 32, head married, beer retailer, Bristol
Ellen Beatrice Adams 35, wife married, Bristol
William Henry Percy Adams 1, son, Bristol
Daisy Morgan 14, domestic servant, Bristol

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