Royal Oak Clifton

ROYAL OAK  Portland Place

Portland Place is now The Mall


St.Vincent’s Rocks Inn

1862. Mary Drewett

1866 - 74. Lucy Clyma

1875 to 1876. Mary Craw

1877 to 1881. Tom Salter

1881. Caroline Salter

1884. Caroline Clark

1886 - 88. John Stone

1890 - 92. Emily Stone

1895. Henry Hurman

1898 - 1903. Thomas Hobbs

1905. Charles Cooper

1908 - 11. Walter Henry Gregory

1913. Henry Bray

1916. Charles Thomas

1920. Frederick Stallard


Royal Oak

1924. Frederick Stallard

1927. George Penticost

1930. William Spicer

1934 - 37. Dorothy Shakespeare

1943 - 53. Edwin Shortman

1975. H. Thompson


George & Mary Drewett were living at this address in 1851, George’s occupation was: farmer of 100 acres employing 5 men and 1 woman.  In 1861 Mary Drewett (widow) was at this address occupation: livery stable keeper & drayman, employing 6 men & 2 boys

CENSUS 1871.

Lucy Clyma 46, head widow, licensed victualler, Cornwall

Eliza Hecks 55, lodger widow, land & house owner, Bristol

Richard Hecks 25, son unmarried, coachman, Clifton Bristol

Emma Hecks 20, daughter unmarried, dressmaker, Clifton Bristol

William Hecks 12, son scholar, Clifton Bristol

Elizabeth Watkeys 49, lodger unmarried, dressmaker, Swansea South Wales

Alfred Weaver 33, lodger unmarried, coachman, Purleigh


CENSUS 1881.

Caroline Salter 55, head unmarried, inn keeper, Wiltshire Draycott

Sarah Pickwick 57, sister widow, retired hotel keeper, Wiltshire Draycott

Caroline Tanner 12, niece scholar, Wiltshire Chippenham

Sarah A. Tanner 9, niece scholar, Wiltshire Chippenham


CENSUS 1891.

John Stone 61, head married, coachman & groom, Clevedon Somerset

Maria Stone 61, wife married, Bath Somerset

Emily Stone 23, daughter single, beer retailer, Clifton Bristol

Albert E. Stone 18, son single, coachman & groom, Clifton Bristol


CENSUS 1901.

Thomas Hobbs 28, head married, licensed victualler, Newport Monmouthshire

Mary A. Hobbs 28, wife married, Wiveliscombe Somerset

Mildred Hobbs 3, daughter, Bristol

Winifred Hobbs 2, daughter, Bristol


CENSUS 1911.

Walter Henry Gregory 56, head married, inn keeper, Yatton Somerset

Harriett Gregory 60, wife married, Wiveliscombe Somerset

Florence Smith 23, servant single, general domestic servant, Blackfriars London


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