CENSUS 1871.
Thomas Bond 38, head married, journeyman carpenter & joiner and beer seller at Beaurfort Arms, Devon Exeter
Helen Bond 36, wife married, Devon Exeter
Rosina Bond 9, daughter scholar, Devon Exeter
William Henry Bond 6, son scholar, Bristol
Frank Bond 3, son scholar, Bristol
William Morgan 19, lodger unmarried, London

CENSUS 1881.
Joseph High 69, head married, beer house keeper, Lincolnshire
Maria High 79, wife married, City of Gloucester

CENSUS 1891.
William Bartlett 52, head married, beer retailer, Bristol
Caroline Bartlett 59, wife married, Devon Kentisbeer

CENSUS 1901.
Elizabeth Linton 60, head married, Bristol
Clara Linton 39, daughter single, assisting in beer shop, Bristol
Ada Linton 26, daughter single, lady clerk, Bristol
Edith Linton 25, daughter single, boot fitter, Bristol
Arthur Linton 24, son single, boot clicker, Bristol
Hilda Linton 21, daughter single, dressmaker, Bristol
Walter Linton 20, son single, tailor, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Edward Andrew Linton 67, head married, currier, Bristol
Elizabeth Ann Linton 70, wife married, Bristol
Clara Linton 42, daughter single, license holder, Bristol
Ada Elizabeth Linton 36, daughter single, typist for linoleum manufacturer, Bristol
Edith Linton 34, daughter single, boot fitter, Bristol
Arthur Linton 33, son single, boot clicker, Bristol





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BEAUFORT ARMS Beaufort Street

1866 - 67. J. Stevens
1869 - 72. Thomas Bond
1874. Edward Lock
1874. George Tippett
1876. Jane Plant
1877. George Webber
1878. W. Thomas
1880. Thomas Goldsmith
1881. Joseph High
1882. Joseph Hughes
1883. John Dudden
1885. James Style
1886. Thomas Nutt
1887. James Giles
1889. George Norman
1891 - 93. William Bartlett
1896. William Gore
1899 - 1950. Clara Linton
1953. George Templar



 


 

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