CENSUS 1881.
Engineers’ Hotel, St.John’s Lane
Isaac Hall 28, head married, publican, Bristol
Mary A. Hall 27, wife married, Bristol
Alice M. Hall 6, daughter, Bristol
Albert J. Hall 5, son, Bristol
Mabel Hall 1, daughter, Bristol

CENSUS 1891.
Engineers’ Hotel, St.John’s Lane
Eli Stenner 45, head married, publican and wood sawyer, Somerset Bedminster
Caroline Sadler 34, widow, housekeeper, Gloucestershire St.Mary Redcliffe
Janet Sadler 10, daughter scholar, Bristol
George Sadler 7, son scholar, Bristol
Eli Stenner 11, son scholar, Somerset Bedminster

CENSUS 1901.
George H. Smith 37, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Eliza A. Smith 37, wife married, London
Edith M. Smith 9, daughter scholar, Bristol
Frederick G. Smith 5, son scholar, Bristol
Eliza Watkins 48, servant single, housemaid domestic, Nailsea Somerset
William Gibbons 22, servant married, barman, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
George Henry Smith 47, head married, licenced victualler, Bristol Bedminster
Eliza Alice Smith 47, wife married, London
Edith May Smith 19, daughter, Bristol Bedminster
Frederick George Smith 15, son school, Bristol Bedminster
Eliza Watkins 54, servant single, Somerset Nailsea


1878 - 81. Isaac Hall
1891 - 97. Eli Stenner
1899 - 1901. Samuel Hollis
1901 - 11. George Henry Smith
1914 - 28. George Wagstaff
1931 - 50. Ethel Wagstaff
1953. George Wagstaff

later named the House That Jack Built then the Brunel.

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