Lots 1 and 2 were subsequently bought by the tenant of the Horse Shoe Inn; Isaac Holder, for the sum of £800

 

I Isaac Holder of Downend in the parish of Mangotsfield in the county of Gloucestershire, Innkeeper, do hereby acknowledge that I have this day become the purchaser of Lots 1 & 2 of the property comprised in the annexed particular at the sum of Eight hundred pounds ... and have paid into the hands of Mr. Thomas Henry Chubb the solicitor for the vendor the sum of Eighty pounds ... as a deposit and in part payment of the said purchase money and I hereby agree to pay the remaining sum of Seven hundred and twenty pounds, unto the vendor at the offices of Messrs Chubb and Son at Malmesbury Wilts on or before the twenty first day of October next and in all other respects on my part to fulfil the foregoing conditions of sale

WHITE SWAN North Street

1861 - 74. James Davis
1876. Henry Davis
1881. George Howe
1883 - 86. Henry Davis
1891. Isaac Hobbs
1894 - 1901. Elizabeth Cooksley
1901. Henry Cooksley
1904 - 10. Gilbert Williams
1922 - 31. John Flowers
1935 - 39. Frederick Flowers
 

CENSUS 1861.
James Davis 26, head married, stone mason, Gloucestershire Mangotsfield
Maria Davis 27, wife married, Gloucestershire Downend
Elizabeth Davis 5, daughter scholar, Gloucestershire Downend

Elizabeth Harris 24, sister unmarried, Gloucestershire Downend
John Harris 22, son unmarried, tailor, Gloucestershire Downend
     

CENSUS 1871.

The Swan
James Davis 36, head married, mason, Gloucestershire Mangotsfield
Maria Davis 38, wife married, Gloucestershire Mangotsfield
John Harris 34, boarder unmarried, tailor, Gloucestershire Mangotsfield

CENSUS 1881.
George Howe 29, head married, beer house keeper, Gloucestershire Mangotsfield
Sarah Howe 25, wife married, Gloucestershire Bitton
Georgiana Howe 6, daughter scholar, Gloucestershire Bitton
Fanny Harwood 16, servant unmarried, general domestic servant, Gloucestershire Mangotsfield

CENSUS 1891.
Isaac Hobbs 28, head married, licenced victualler, Gloucestershire Fishponds
Lilly Hobbs 27, wife married, Gloucestershire St.George’s
Charlotte Harding 17, servant single, general servant, Gloucestershire St. George’s

CENSUS 1901.
Henry Cooksley 44, head married, licensed victualler, Somerset Dundry
Elizabeth Cooksley 37, wife married, Somerset Bedminster
Benjamin Pillinger 9, lodger, Somerset Bedminster

CENSUS 1911.
White Swan
Sarah Bowden 49, wife married, public house keeper, Bristol St.Philip’s
Annie Williams 29, daughter married, public house keeper, Bristol St.Philip’s
Hilda Bowden 17, daughter single, Bristol St.George
Mabel Bowden 22, daughter single, Bristol St.George
Edith Bowden 13, daughter single, Bristol St.George
Elsie Williams 4, granddaughter, Bristol Stapleton

Dated the Ninth day of September 1863.

 

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