TWINNELL ARMS Twinnell Street
off license

1875 to 1883. John Warren
1884 to 1886. Charles Macey
1887. Edward Sarney
1891. Emily Roseworthy
1891 - 1901. James Pedler
1903 - 06. John Tudor
1911. Job Gunningham
1928 - 31. Florence May Wilcox
1935 - 38. William Alfred Woodland
1944 - 50. William George Baker

CENSUS 1881.
Twinnell Arms
John Warren 53, head married, blacksmith & publican, Bishop’s Nympton Devon
Jane Warren 50, wife married, Exton Somerset
Lillie M. Warren 16, daughter unmarried, Bishop’s Nympton

CENSUS 1891.
Emily Roseworthy 38, head widow, beer retailer, Bristol
Herbert E. Roseworthy 17, son single, apprentice confectioner, Bristol
Mabel G. Roseworthy 16, daughter single, assistant tailoress, Bristol
Lionel G. Roseworhy 12, son scholar, Bristol
Frank Roseworthy 9, son scholar, Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
James Pedler 42, head married, beer retailer, St.Paul’s Bristol
Eliza Pedler 43, wife married, St.Philip’s Bristol
Alice M. Pedler 20, daughter single, cigar maker, St.Philip’s Bristol
Frederick J. Pedler 18, son single, lithographic printer, St.Philip’s Bristol
Ernest J. Pedler 13, son, railway servant, St.Philip’s Bristol
Albert E. W. Pedler 3, son, St.Philip’s Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Job Gunningham 69, husband married, police pensioner & beer house keeper, Huntspill Somerset
Mary Ann Gunningham 36, wife married, Clifton Bristol
Kathleen Mary Gunningham 8, daughter, Henstridge Somerset
Leslie Gordon Gunningham 7, son, Henstridge Somerset


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