Stanley Hill

CENSUS 1881.

Eliza Ferris 40, head unmarried, shop keeper, Bristol

Ann Ferris 43, sister unmarried, shop assistant, Gloucestershire Charfield

John Ferris 50, brother unmarried, unemployed, Gloucestershire Charfield

Jane Ferris 25, niece unmarried, dressmaker, Somerst Bristol


CENSUS 1891.

Joseph J. Champion 55, head married, painter, Bristol

Mary A. Champion 54, wife married, tailoress, Bristol

Jessey Champion 22, daughter single, tailoress, Bristol

Elizabeth Champion 20, daughter single, tailoress, Bristol

Beatrice Champion 6, daughter scholar, Bristol

Polly Pocock 24, lodger single, tailoress, Bristol

Minnie Williams 20, lodger single, tailoress, Bristol


CENSUS 1901.

Alice Holder 44, head single, shop keeper & beer retailer, Long Ashton Somerset


CENSUS 1911.

Alfred Bennett 35, head married, lithographic printer, Bristol

Rose Bennett 32, wife married, beer retailer & shop keeper, Bath

May Bennett 7, daughter, Bristol

Evelyn Bennett 4, daughter, Bristol

Alfred Bennett 2, son, Bristol

Beatrice Matthews 17, single, general domestic servant, Brislington Somerset

No.62 STANLEY HILL

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1878. Henry Gillard

1881 - 82. Eliza Ferris

1884. William Hurford

1885 - 88. Charlotte Properjohn

1891 - 92. Joseph J. Champion

1893 - 1901. Alice Holder

1903 - 05. Arthur Wise

1908. Mrs. E. J. Hayes

1911. Rose Bennett

1913 - 46. Clara Kate Garland

1950. Muriel Audrey Sims


Door No.13 until the late 1880s

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Detail from a drawing by Samuel Loxton circa 1900