CENSUS 1841.
Thomas Lurway 47, tavern keeper, born in county
Mary Ann Lurway 42, born in county
Fred Lurway 17, coach painter, born in county
Louisa Lurway 9, born in county
Mary Ann Lurway 8, born in county
Elizabeth Ropper 4, born in county
Ann Adams 18, servant, born in county


CENSUS 1851.
William Jones 51, head married, licensed victualler, Somerset Stogumber
Hannah Jones 51, wife married, Somerset Minehead
Sarah A. Jones 22, niece unmarried, barmaid, Bristol St.Philip’s
Mary A. Coles 22, niece unmarried, general servant, Somerset Minehead
Charles Coles 20, nephew unmarried, tailor, Somerset Minehead
Thomas Garland 81, widower, mason, Somerset Backwell

CENSUS 1861.
Ann Lake 58, head widow, publican, Gloucestershire Berkeley
Maria Lake 32, daughter unmarried, publican’s assistant, Bristol
Edward Lake 20, son unmarried, publican’s assistant, Bristol
Ellen Lake 16, daughter unmarried, Bristol

CENSUS 1871.
John M. Woolcock 44, head married, licensed victualler, Islington Middlesex
Caroline Woolcock 55, wife married, Truro Cornwall
Jane M. Woolcock 16, daughter unmarried, Bristol
Laura Gosling 44, sister married, Captain’s wife, Truro Cornwall
Elizabeth Johns 54, visitor married, gardener’s wife, Truro Cornwall
Hannah Clancey 21, servant unmarried, general servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1881.
Eliza Gunningham 42, head unmarried, licensed victualler, Somersetshire Stanton Drew
Louisa Bryne 13, servant, general domestic servant, Somersetshire Frome

CENSUS 1891.
Henry Walter Hulbert 50, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Jane Hulbert 50, wife married, Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
Henry Ford 38, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Annie Ford 39, wife married, Somerset
Annie Ford 17, daughter single, milliner,
Kate Ford 16, daughter single, Bristol
Agnes Ford 14, daughter, Hampshire New Brompton
May Ford 11, daughter, Hampshire New Brompton
Henry Ford 9, son, Bristol
Nellie Ford 3, daughter, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
William H. Rollings 44, head widower, licensed victualler, Swansea
Harry Willia Rollings 14, son school, Winterbourne Gloucestershire
Bert Braund Rollings 12, son school, Eastville Bristol

ADAM & EVE Hope Chaple Hill

1775. George Rivers
1792 - 94. Thomas Morgan
1806. Garret Barry
1816. William Steeden
1820 - 23. Thomas Elliott jnr
1826 to 1834. Thomas Hurn
1835 to 1848. Thomas Lurway
1849 to 1853. William Jones
1854 to 1860. John Burt
1861. Ann Lake
1863. George Talbot
1865 to 1869. John M. Woolcock
1870. Walter Foan
1871 to 1875. John M. Woolcock
1876. James Salvage
1877 to 1878. William Martin
1879. Martin Barnard
1881. Eliza Gunningham
1882. W. H. Clark
1883. William Burton
1885 - 86. John Keefe
1887. Frank Horne
1888. Thomas Dixey
1889 to 1896. Henry Walter Hulbert
1897. John McNair
1901 - 04. Henry Ford
1906 - 11. William H. Rollings
1914 - 17. Francis Cooper
1921. Edwin George
1925. Philip Creese
1928 - 38. Harriett Florence Haines
1944 - 50. Alfred Steinke
1953. Annie Steinke
1975. W. C. May

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