PRINCE OF ORANGE  Weare Street
off license

1870 - 76. George Osborne
1878. Joseph Osborne
1881 - 85. George W. New
1887 - 1937. Henry James Shute
1943. Frank Truebody
1949. Mrs. Caroline Hulin

CENSUS 1871.
George Osborne 49, head married, labourer and general shop keeper, Somerset North Petherton
Sarah Ann Osborne 43, wife married, Somerst Rowberrow
Oliver John Pocock 11, son scholar, Somerset Bristol
Annie Pocock 10, daughter scholar, Gloucestershire Westbury
Edward G. Pocock 7, son scholar, Gloucestershire Westbury
Henry J. Masson 20, boarder unmarried, labourer in factory, Wiltshire Melksham
William Chapman 16, boarder unmarried, cleaner of engines on railway, Somerset Selworthy
Israel Lane 16, boarder unmarried, cleaner of engines on railway, Somerset Axbridge
Frederick Arnold 22, boarder unmarried, fireman on railway, Somerset Yatton


CENSUS 1881.
George W. New 35, head married, boiler maker, Bristol
Eliza New 37, wife married, Somerset Cumnage


CENSUS 1891.
Henry Shute 23, head single, beer retailer, Bristol
Ada Shute 25, sister single, assistant librarian, Bristol


CENSUS 1901.
Henry J. Shute 33, head married, grocer & beer retailer, Bristol
Mary E. Shute 30, wife married, Bristol


CENSUS 1911.
Henry James Shute 43, head married, grocer & beer retailer, St.Michael’s Bristol
Mary Elizabeth Shute 41, wife married, assisting in business, St.Luke’s Bristol
Doris Ada Shute 9, daughter, St.Luke’s Bristol

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