Chandos House

CENSUS 1881.

Thomas Fox 36, head married, grocer, Bristol St.Philip’s

Ann R. Fox 39, wife married, Bristol St.Augustine

Emily A. Fox 3, daughter, Bristol St.James & St.Paul

Beatrice S. Fox 1, daughter, Bristol St.James & St.Paul


CENSUS 1891.

Thomas Fox 46, head married, grocer wine & spirit dealer, Bristol St.Philip & Jacob

Martha Fox 37, wife married, Dublin

Beatrice S. Fox 10, daughter scholar, Bristol St.James & St.Paul

Emily Rosina Fox 9, daughter scholar, Bristol St.James & St.Paul

Samuel Fox 42, brother single, carpenter, Bristol St.Philip & Jacob

Lillie Tattersall 21, servant single, general domestic servant, Bristol St.Barnabus


CENSUS 1901.

Thomas Fox 56, head married, grocer etc., St.Philip’s Bristol

Martha Fox 47, wife married, Dublin

Beatrice S. Fox 20, daughter single, draper’s clerk, St.Werburgh’s Bristol

Emily R. Fox 19, daughter single, corresponding clerk telephone company, St.Werburgh’s Bristol

Olive A. Monk 23, servant single, general domestic servant, Blagdon Somerset


CENSUS 1911.

William Ernest Trubody 35, head married, licensed victualler & grocer, Gloucestershire Bitton

Rosina Trubody 34, wife married, Lancashire Ashton under Lyne

Evelyn Tessa Trubody 6, daughter, Gloucestershire Warmley


CHANDOS HOUSE
No.1 Chandos Place, Magdalene Place

off license


1879 - 1903. Thomas Fox

1905 - 38. William Ernest Trubody



Bombed during the war Chandos House was replaced with a temporary building which stood for over sixty years!  Now the site of a modern housing development.

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