GOLDEN LION Fishponds Road

1881 - 86. William Hobbs
1891 - 94. Alfred Nash
1896 - 1914. Grantley Gilbert Browning
1917. Harry Morgan
1921. Horace Donaldson
1925. Albert Owen
1928 - 31. Frederick Stallard
1935 - 37. Reginald Harvey
1938. James Hood
1944 - 53. Christopher Hood

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CENSUS 1881.
William Hobbs 47, head married, beer house keeper, Gloucestershire Fishponds
Jane Hobbs 47, wife married, South Wales Abercrychan

CENSUS 1891.
Alfred W. Nash 23, head married, beer retailer, Gloucestershire Stapleton
Elizabeth J. Nash 23, wife married, Gloucestershire Stapleton
Charles Nash 1, son, Gloucestershire Stapleton
John Nash 10 days, son, Gloucestershire Stapleton
Alice Hamsel 15, domestic servant, Bristol St.Philip’s

CENSUS 1901.
Grantley G. Browning 30, head married, publican, Bristol Fishponds
Elizabeth A. Browning 26, wife married, Gloucestershire Stroud
Sarah M. Browning 3, daughter, Bristol Fishponds
Lilian E. Browning 1, daughter, Bristol Fishponds
Harriet King 17, servant single, domestic, Gloucestershire Wooten under Edge
Eva E. Freebury 18, sister in law single, barmaid, Gloucestershire Stroud

CENSUS 1911.
Matilda Clifford 21, single, barmaid at G. Browning’s Fishponds, Bristol
Sarah May Browning 13, daughter school, Bristol

Licensee Grantley Browning and family were living in Saunders Lane, Staple Hill
at the time of the 1911 census