Bridge Inn

BRIDGE INN St.Luke’s Road


1871 - 74. Edward Sheppard

1876 - 79. John Warren

1881 - 87. Lot Burfitt

1888 to 1891. Charlotte Properjohn

1891 - 1900. Sophia Langdon

1901. John Langdon

1904. Rosina Dufty

1905 - 53. Edward Woodland


This railway bridge was installed in the early 1930s, the roadway under the bridge was deepened and widened at the same time. The original bridge was a stone arch

CENSUS 1871.

Edward Sheppard 55, head married, platelayer & publican, Gloucestershire Mangotsfield

Jane Sheppard 54, wife married, Gloucestershire Stapleton

Jane Sheppard 7, granddaughter, Bristol

Richard Harris 38, lodger unmarried, labourer on railway, Somerset Bridgwater

Richard Pearse 25, lodger unmarried, labourer on railway, Somerset Chewton Mendip


CENSUS 1881.

Lot Burfitt 35, head married, beer retailer, Dorsetshire Silton

Ellen Burfitt 29, wife married, Bristol St.Philip’s

Frederick J. Burfitt 7, son, Bristol Clifton

Mabel G. Burfitt 6, daughter, Bristol Bedminster

Lionel L. Burfitt 1, son, Bristol Bedminster

Ellen Caddock 14, servant, domestic servant, Bristol St.Philip’s

Walter Hodge 37, lodger unmarried, stay cutter, Bristol St.Philip’s

Charles G. Fahle 31, lodger unmarried, mason’s labourer, Schillerslage Prussia


CENSUS 1891.

John Langdon 43, head married, floor cloth printer, Bristol Redcliff

Sophia Langdon 40, wife married, licensed victualler, Somerset Taunton

Ada Langdon 18, daughter single, Somerset Totterdown

Albert Langdon 16, son single, floor cloth printer’s apprentice, Somerset Totterdown

Charlotte Langdon 12, daughter, Somerset Totterdown

William Langdon 7, son, Somerset Totterdown

Frederick Langdon 6, son, Somerset Totterdown

Elsie Langdon 4, daughter, Somerset Totterdown

Percy Langdon 2, son, Somerset Totterdown


CENSUS 1901.

John Langdon 55, head married, publican, Bristol

Sophia Langdon 50, wife married, Somerset Bridgwater

Ada Palmer 29, daughter married, Bristol

Albert Langdon 26, son single, floor cloth printer, Bristol

Ernest Langdon 23, son single, wallpaper warehouseman, Bristol

Charlotte Langdon 22, daughter single, Bristol

William Langdon 17, son single, potter, Bristol

Frederick Langdon 16, son single, errand boy, Bristol

Elsie Langdon 14, daughter, general domestic servant, Bristol

Percy Langdon 12, son, Bristol


CENSUS 1911.

Edward Woodland 35, head married, beer retailer, Bristol St.Philip’s

Agnes Woodland 30, wife married, Bristol St’Philip’s

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