ANGEL INN King Square Avenue

1861 - 65. Frederick Corfield
1871 - 72. Susanna Short

1874. Charles Smith
1875 to 1876. Eliza Down

1877 to 1878. Edward King

1879 to 1880. William Webber
1881 to 1882. Alfred Thomas Osgood
1883. H. S. Crinks
1885 - 87. James Lucas
1888. Herbert Howard Carr
1889. Robert Orchard
1891. William Richardson
1892. Isaac Flancinbaum
1892 - 97. William Brayley
1899. Frank Lucas
1901 - 02. James Gore
1904. William Bartlett
1906. Amelia Bartlett
1909. Frank Harris
1911 - 14. Ernest White
1921 - 28. Mary Bryan
1931 - 38. Alfred Bryan
1938 - 44. Dora Bryan
1950 - 53. Clementine Whyatt



Dora Bryan’s tenancy commenced on the 3rd October 1938, the rent was £32 per annum, the landlord was the Bristol Brewery Georges & Co. Limited

CENSUS 1861.
Frederick Corfield 39, head married, ale & porter agent, Bridgwater Somerset
Elizabeth Corfield 40, wife married, Falmouth Cornwall
Frederick Corfield 12, son, Weston-Super-Mare Somerset
Harry K. Corfield 10, son, Weston-Super-Mare Somerset
Elizabeth Corfield 8, daughter, Bristol
Fanny C. Corfield 6, daughter, Bristol
Mary Kitto 66, mother in law widow, Penzance Cornwall
Ann Mayne 42, visitor unmarried, Constantine Cornwall
Mary Scott 46, servant widow, Selworthy Devon

CENSUS 1871.
Susanna Short 33, head unmarried, beer house keeper, Petrockstowe Devon
Jane Short 31, sister unmarried, beer house keeper, Petrockstowe Devon
Elizabeth Jane Short 9, niece scholar, Bristol
Esther Burns 30, visitor unmarried, Stonehouse Devon

CENSUS 1881.
Alfred Thomas Osgood 23, head married, publican, Gloucestershire Cliifton
Florence Osgood 20, wife married, London Rotherhythe
John Thorn 52, uncle widower, painter, Glouucestershire Bristol

CENSUS 1891.
William H. Richardson 25, head married, licensed victualler, Frenchay Gloucestershire
Florence E. Richardson 26, wife married, Limehouse London
Nicholas Small 21, lodger single, cooper, Poplar London

CENSUS 1911.
Ernest A. W. White 33, head married, licensed beer retailer, St.Mathew’s Bristol
Lillian Maud White 33, wife married, St.Philip’s Bristol

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