No.48 SYDENHAM ROAD
off license

1881. Marianne Maggs
1882 - 86. Robert Wyatt

1888 - 94. Maria Broad
1896. George William Broad
1897. David Knight

1901. Mary Ann Fussell
1906. Henry Marsh
1911. Henry Peters
1924 - 38. Reginald Henry Powell
1944 - 50. Raymond Henry Durham

CENSUS 1881.
Marianne Maggs 44, head married, general shopkeeper, Somerset Worle
Robert W. Maggs 17, son unmarried, pawnbroker’s assistant, Bristol
Minnie E. Maggs 13, daughter, Glamorganshire Cardiff
John A. Maggs 12, son scholar, Glamorganshire Cardiff
William A. Maggs 9, son scholar, Bristol
Maria L. Maggs 5, daughter scholar, Bristol
Samuel G. Maggs 3, son, Bristol
Florence B. Maggs, daughter, Bristol

CENSUS 1891.
George W. Broad 56, head married, painter, Somerset Bedminster
Maria Broad 50, wife married, Monmouthshire Penalt
Albert Broad 25, son unmarried, plumber & gas fitter for Lewis & Son, Somerset Bedminster
George William Broad 21, son unmarried, general labourer for Crispin & Son, Somerset Bedminster

CENSUS 1901.
Mary A. Fussell 40, head single, shop keeper grocer, Somerset Peasedown
Mary J. W. Savage 38, head single, needle worker, Gloucestershire Clifton
William P. Savage 8, son, Bristol


CENSUS 1911.
Henry Peters 32, head married, grocer & beer retailer, Bristol
Lilian Mary Peters 31, wife married, Brentford Middlesex
Rowland Henry Copeland Peters 6, son, Bolton Lancashire
Eileen Lilian Peters 3, daughter, Atherton Lancashire
...... Peters 1 month, son, Bristol Somerset
...... Peters 1 month, daughter, Bristol Somerset
Florence Fry 19, servant single, general domestic servant, Bristol Gloucestershire
Fanney Warde 62, nurse married, Monthly nurse, Hawley Hampshire

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