CENSUS 1871.
James Bascombe 40, head married, shop keeper, Devon Exeter
Jane Bascombe 40, wife married, Frome Somerset

CENSUS 1881.

Robert Pitt 45, head married, beer retailer, Bristol
Sarah A. Pitt 40, wife married, Bristol
Harriett Page 69, mother in law widow, Wiveliscombe (blind & mute)

CENSUS 1891.

John Owen 50, head married, tanner, beer retailer & grocer, Somerset Holford
Elizabeth Owen 50, wife married, assists in shop, Somerset Enmore
Samuel A. Owen 16, son single, student in pharmacy, Bristol
Ada Mary Owen 12, daughter scholar, Bristol

CENSUS 1901.

Frank Merry 34, head married, upholsterer & outdoor beer house, Norwich
Julia Merry 35, wife married, assists in business (beer house), Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Moses Cook 67, head married, grocer, Littleton Somersetshire
Maria Matilda Cook 70, assisting in business, Stapleton Road Bristol
Eliza Smith 68, sister boarder widow, monthly nurse, Temple Parish Bristol

off license

1871. James Bascombe
1877 - 81. Robert Pitt
1887. Samuel John Monks
1891. John Owen
1891 to 1893. Joseph Addison
1895. Harry Lloyd
1896. Frederick Charles Iles
1901. Frank Merry
1903 - 13. Moses Cook
1920. Henry Joseph Whitfield
1924 - 30. Harry Jenkins
1934 - 37. Florence Rodbourn
1943. Beatrice May Willmott
1944. Ada Bailey
1949. Godfrey H. Morgan
1950 - 58. Ernest Bright

The Bunch of Grapes stood at the corner of Lovell Street and was demolished in the early 1960s for the building of Easton Way

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