CENSUS 1891.
Edward Thompson 77, head married, licensed victualler, St.Philip’s Bristol
Elizabeth Thonpson 60, wife married, St.Philip’s Bristol
Rose Thompson 21, daughter single, pupil teacher, Bedminster Bristol
Annie Reed 12, granddaughter scholar, St.Philip’s Bristol
Esther Harvey 16, servant single, domestic servant, St.Philip’s Bristol


CENSUS 1901.
Alfred Francom 60, head married, beer retailer, Bristol
Mitilda Francom 57, wife married, Bristol
Mitilda Francom 18, daughter single, Bristol
John Cottrell 47, lodger single, general labourer for the Great Western Railway, Berkshire Sotwell


CENSUS 1911.
Alfred Francom 69, head married, beer retailer, Gloucestershire Kingswood
Matilda Francom 59, wife maried, Bristol
William Cottle 29, son in law married, packer for tobacco manufacturer, Bristol
Matilda Cottle 28, daughter married, Bristol
William Cottle 4, son, Bristol
Albert Cottle 1, son, Bristol
John Cotterell 49, boarder single, linesman for the Great Western Railway Company, Bristol

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1872 - 76. George McGill
1877 - 83. Thomas Hember
1885 - 87. Joseph Humpage
1889 - 96. Edward Thompson
1899 - 1914. Alfred Francomb
1917 - 38. James Pratt
1944 - 50. William Denford
1953. Arthur Bechell
1975. P. Ratcliffe






CENSUS 1881.

Thomas Hember 30, head married, publican, Bristol
Rosa Hember 31, wife married, Bristol
Ada Hember 7, daughter scholar, Bristol
Harriett Vickery 14, servant, Bristol

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