CENSUS 1881.

George Henry Webb 28, head married, grocer &c, Totnes Devon

Mary Webb 31, wife married, Sparkford Somerset

Elizabeth Webb 4, daughter, Bristol

Richard Webb 2, son, Bristol

Archibald Webb 6 months, Bristol


CENSUS 1891.

William Phillips 25, head married, wire maker, Devonshire Tiverton

Bessie Phillips 26, wife married, Glamorganshire Swansea


CENSUS 1901.

William Woods 61, head married, grocer & beer retailer, Bath Somerset

Sarah A. Woods 55, wife married, Warminster Wiltshire

Albert E, Hartley 17, nephew single, letter press printer, Bristol


CENSUS 1911.

Rose Emma Sutton 39, head widow, off license & general, Bristol

Lilian Violet Sutton 17, daughter single, shorthand writer at an accountant’s office, Bristol

Dorothy Rose 15, daughter, Clerk at a chemist’s, Bristol

Reginald Luke Sutton 6, son, Bristol


ALE & PORTER STORES
Bridge Street off license


1878 - 85. George Henry Webb

1887 - 91. Betsy Phillips

1891 to 1892. William Skentelberry

1893 - 1905. William Woods

1908. D. J. Howell

1911. Rose Emma Sutton

1927 - 30. Sarah Pavey

1934 - 37. Lily Pearce

1943. Edward Howard Partridge

1950. Florence Lear

Boarded up awaiting demolition.

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