CENSUS 1881.
Outdoor beer house & butcher
Daniel Jones 56, head married, butcher, Gloucestershire St.George’s
Emma Jones 48, wife married, Somerset Bedminster
Edward Jones 30, son married, omnibus driver, Bristol
Mary Amy Jones 26, daughter unmarried, Bristol (deaf and dumb)
William Burgess Jones 19, son unmarried, solicitors clerk, Bristol
Henry Thomas Jones 16, son unmarried, tram car contactor, Bristol
Emily Alice Jones 13, daughter scholar, Bristol
Amy Naomi Jones 11, daughter scholar, Bristol
Albert Isaac Jones 9, son scholar, Bristol
Elsie May Jones 6, daughter scholar, Bristol

CENSUS 1891.

George Carter 53, head married, house painter, Somerset Bath
Margaret Carter 42, wife married, Bristol
Emma Carter 21, daughter single, mantle maker, Wiltshire Swindon
Agnes M. Parsons 16, servant single, domestic, Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
William Gore 60, head married, publican, Bristol St.Philip’s
Mary Gore 59, wife married, Bristol St.Philip’s

CENSUS 1911.
Robert Nation 52, head widower, beer retailer, Kingston Somerset
Ethel Nation 24, daughter single, assisting in business, London Dulwich
Louisa Jane Keates 39, cousin single, dress making (at home), Bishops Lydeard Somerset
Matilda Nation 15, visitor single, no occupation, Glastonbury Somerset

BEAUFORT ARMS Fishponds Road
off license

1878. Sarah Jenkins
1881 - 82. Daniel Jones
1884. James Feaver
1885. Amelia Griffiths
1887. George Stepney
1891 - 92. George Carter
1893 - 1901. William Gore
1903. W. E. Davis
1905. Henry Luce
1911 - 27. Robert Nation
1930 - 34. Albert F. Whitaker
1936 - 37. Nellie Maud Brooks
1943. William Black
1950. Mrs. Mabel Black


No.6 Boswell Place up until the late 1890s then No.103 Fishponds Road

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