CENSUS 1841.
Jane Malcom 40, not born in county
Jane Harper 16, independent, not born in county
William Whitbread 30, butcher, not born in county
Cath Daly 15, servant, born in county

CENSUS 1851.
William Whitbread 38, head married, victualler, Sheffford Bedfordshire
Jane Whitbread 58, wife married, Middlesex
Jane Harper 25, niece unmarried, assistant, Norfolk Norwich
Richard Vechell 42, married, labourer, Mark Somerset
Sarah Lovell 18, servant unmarried, house servant, Wells Somerset

CENSUS 1861.
Richard Passmore 47, head married, brewer, Minehead Somerset
Mary Passmore 43, wife married, Cossington Somerset
Caroline Passmore 14, daughter unmarried, Bristol
Michael Passmore 9, son, Bristol
Mary Ann Passmore 7, Bristol

CENSUS 1871.
Agnes Hemmers 18, head unmarried, publican, Bristol
Mary Ann McKenzie 15, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Bristol


CENSUS 1881.
James Francis 52, head married, chelsea pensioner late 22nd foot, Somerset Yeovil
Charlotte Francis 41, wife married, Somerset Castle Carey
George Wilson 51, lodger unmarried, chelsea pensioner late 100th foot, Wilts’ Trowbridge

CENSUS 1891.
John Coles 43, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Eliza Coles 42, wife married, assists, Bristol
John H. Coles 20, son married, chimney sweeper, Bristol
Catherine Coles 20, daughter in law married, Bristol
Edward J. Coles 15, son, errand boy, Bristol
William Coles 5, son scholar, Bristol
Joseph Williams 13, boarder scholar, Bristol
William J. Coles 3 months, son, Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
Frederick Hyde 33, head married, publican, Bristol
Louisa Hyde 37, wife married, Bristol
Frederick Hyde 8, son, Bristol
Elsie Hyde 4, daughter, Bristol
Claude Hyde 1, son, Bristol
Minnie Hyde 24, daughter single, stay hand, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Frederick Hyde 43, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Louisa Hyde 47, wife married, assisting in business, Bath Somerset
Frederick Hyde 18, son single, photo engraver, Bristol
Elsie Hyde 14, daughter, assisting in business, Bristol
Gladys Hyde 8, daughter school, Bristol

COACH & HORSES Gloucester Lane

1775 - 1806. Thomas Clifford
1816 - 22. James Highman
1823. Richard Hollins
1826. W. Crocome
1830 - 40. David Malcom
1841 - 42. Jane Malcom
1844 - 52. William Whitbread
1853. Solomon Munday
1854 - 58. Henry Challenger
1860. George Clark
1861. William Rees
1861. Richard Passmore
1863. John Squire
1865. John Evans
1866. John Squire
1867 to 1868. W. Chick
1869. W. Palmer
1870. John Hawkins
1871. Agnes Hemmers
1871 to 1875. William Hemmings
1876 - 83. James Francis
1885 - 92. John Coles
1894 - 96. Elizabeth Coles
1897. Eliza Martin
1899 - 1914. Frederick Hyde
1917. Benjamin Smith
1921 - 25. George Harding
1928 - 44. Joseph Leadbeater
1950. Frederick Newman
1953. John Townsend
1960. C. Fry
1975. M. C. Fry


James Highman was also a plumber, and pump and water closet manufacturer.

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