CENSUS 1851.
John Passmore 40, head married, beer house keeper, Devon West Buckland
Ann Passmore 34, wife married, Gloucestershire Froster
Emma Passmore 5, daughter, Bristol St.Michael’s
William Passmore 39, brother unmarried, labourer, Devon West Buckland

CENSUS 1871.

Henry Amos Patten Hall 45, head married, publican, Bristol
Sarah Jane Hall 32, wife married, Gloucestershire Badminton
Walter William Patten Hall 19, son unmarried, coach body maker, Bristol
Ann Patten Hall 79, mother widow, Bristol
William Henry Moore 25, nephew unmarried, engine fitter at works, Wiltshire Swindon
Louisa Ann Patten Hall 17, niece unmarried, general domestic servant, Bristol
Levi Hollister 64, boarder widower, coal miner, Coalpit Heath Gloucestershire
Elizabeth Hollister 22, boarder’s daughter, stay maker, Frampton Cotterell Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1881.
Walter W. P Hall 29, head married, inn keeper, Bristol
Ann A. Hall 34, wife married, Bristol
Alice A. P. Hall 3, daughter, Bristol
Walter H. P. Hall 1, son, Bristol
Fanny Jay 15, servant, general servant, Wiltshire Frome

CENSUS 1891.

William Howard Jones 56, head married, lithographic printer & beer house keeper, Gloucestershire Coleford
Mary Jones 58, wife married, beer, Gloucestershire Arlingham
Lilian M. Jones 9, daughter scholar, Gloucestershire Eastington
Ethel M. Jones 4, daughter scholar, Wiltshire Bradford
Sarah Rowles 45, sister in law single, Gloucestershire Arlingham

CENSUS 1901.
George Mills 45, head married, publican, Fernhurst Sussex
Agnes Mills 41, wife married, Ireland
Lucy Mills 23, daughter single, dress maker, Bermuda
Veney Mills 21, daughter single, domestic, Bermuda

CENSUS 1911.
Ernest William Thomas 36, head married, publican, Bristol
Minnie Emma Thomas 37, assisting in business, Bristol

UNION TAVERN Easton Road

1848 - 53. John Passmore
1871. Henry Amos Patten Hall
1878 - 83. Walter William Patten Hall
1885 - 86. Mary James
1887. George Broad
1889 - 91. William Howard Jones
1892 - 1906. George Mills
1909 - 37. Ernest William Thomas
1944 - 47. William James Gough
1950. Robert Philips
1953. Arthur Tuckner
 

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