FORESTERS’ ARMS East Street

1863 - 66. Benjamin Bird
1868 - 69. T. Trusler
1870. Charles Turner
1871 - 72. James Davis
1874 - 78. Elizabeth Davis
1879. Jacob Clements
1881 - 1901. John H. Willan
1901 - 06. Samuel Jenkins
1909. James O’Brien
1911 - 14. Walter Dudbridge
1917 - 31. William Crane
1935 - 38. James Bryan
1944 - 50. Grace Johnson


CENSUS 1871.
James Davis 43, head married, publican Somerset Bedminster
Elizabeth Ann Davis 43, wife married, Somerset Bedminster
James Henry Davis 20, son unmarried, butcher, Somerset Bedminster
Emily E. Davis 9, daughter scholar, Somerset Bedminster
Frederick William Davis 13, son scholar, Somerset Bedminster
Thomas R. Davis 6, son scholar, Somerset Bedminster

CENSUS 1881.
This census records the family name as Williams instead of Willan
John H. Williams 42, head married, tanner and beer seller, Deptford Kent
Louisa Williams 45, wife married, Bexley Kent
Louisa Williams 19, daughter unmarried, dressmaker, Bermondsey London
Clara Williams 17, daughter unmarried, Bermondsey London
Henry J. Williams 15, son, shoemaker’s apprentice, Bermondsey London
Mary A. Williams 13, daughter scholar, Bermondsey London
Alice Williams 11, daughter scholar, Bermondsey London
Robert Hitten 22, nephew unmarried, tanner, Bexley Kent

CENSUS 1891.
John H. Willan 52, head married, refreshment house keeper & beer retailer, Kent Deptford
Louisa Willan 55, wife married, Kent Bexley
Henry Willan 25, son single, general labourer, London Bermondsey
Alice Willan 20, daughter single, assistant at refreshment house, London Bermondsey
Elizabeth Bird 15, adopted daughter single, assistant at refreshment house, Bristol Clifton
Mary Scott 56, visitor single, book folder, Wiltshire Trowbridge

CENSUS 1901.
Samuel Jenkins 31, head married, beer retailer, Bedminster Bristol
Emma Jenkins 33, wife married, greengrocer, Bedminster Bristol

Emma Jenkins 11, daughter, Bedminster Bristol
Louisa Jenkins 10, daughter, Bedminster Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Walter Dudbridge 42, head married, publican, Bristol
Emily Dudbridge 45, wife married, Bristol

Amy Dudbridge 18, daughter single, factory hand (packer) in cocoa industry, Bristol
Edward Dudbridge 15, son, factory hand (machine attendant) in cocoa industry, Bristol
Elsie Dudbridge 12, daughter school, Bristol
Lilly Dudbridge 10, daughter school, Bristol
Edith Dudbridge 7, daughter, Bristol
John Dudbridge 72, father widower, pensioner formerly fireman, Bristol

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