Kings Arms Clark Street

CENSUS 1841.

George Wilkins 30, confectioner & beer retailer, born in county

Emily Ann Wilkins 30, not born in county

Jane Emily Wilkins 4, born in county

Frederick George Wilkins 1, born in county


CENSUS 1851.

William Phipps 48, head married, coach carriage maker, Wiltshire Westbury

Elizabeth Phipps 47, wife married, Somerset Kilmington

William Phipps 19, son unmarried, coach maker’s apprentice, Bristol St.Paul’s

John Phipps 17, son unmarried, Bristol St.Paul’s

Henry Phipps 13, son, errand boy, Bristol St.Paul’s

Elizabeth Phipps 7, daughter scholar, Bristol St.Paul’s

Charles Phipps 5, son scholar, Bristol St.Paul’s


CENSUS 1861.

Eli Slade 34, head married, beer house keeper, Brompton Ralph Somerset

Elizabeth Slade 34, wife married, St.Sidwell’s Exeter

Charles E. G. Slade 8, son scholar, St.Philip’s Bristol

Florence E. Slade 2, daughter, St.Paul’s Bristol

Mary Clarke 78, lodger widow, Barnstable Devonshire

William Pearce 60, lodger widower, clerk, Norton Somerset


CENSUS 1871.

Eli Slade 46, head married, licensed victualler, Elworthy Somerset

Elizabeth Slade 46, wife married, Crediton Devon

Sydney E, Slade 20, son unmarried, hatter, Bristol

Charles E. G. Slade 18, son unmarried, warehouseman, Bristol

Florence E. Slade 12, daughter scholar, Bristol


CENSUS 1881.

Eli Slade 56, head married, licensed victualler, Somerset Brompton Ralph

Elizabeth Slade 57, wife married, Crediton Devon


CENSUS 1891.

Sidney Slade 40, head married, publican, Bristol

Mary Jane Slade 35, wife married, Bristol

Stanley Slade 15, son, hatter, Birmingham

William Slade 13, son, Bristol

Florence Slade 8, daughter scholar, Bristol

Mary Ann Slade 6, daughter scholar, Bristol

Maude Foster 15, domestic servant, Bristol


CENSUS 1901.

Adelaide V. Jones 60, head widow, licensed victualler, Bristol

Emily Jones 20, daughter single, assistant victualler, Bristol

John P. Jones 17, son single, plumber, Bristol

Marion Jones 15, daughter, umbrella shop assistant, Bristol


CENSUS 1911.

Emily Tilley 30, head widow, manageress public house, St.Nicholas Bristol

Frederick George James Jones 21, nephew single, railway carrier’s clerk, St.Nicholas Bristol

John William Tilley 2, son, St.Cement’s Bristol



KING’S ARMS  Clark Street


1836. Cornelius King

1838 - 39. James Handsaker

1841. George Wilkins

1846 - 53. William Phipps

1859. John Hucker

1860 to 1883. Eli Slade

1885 - 95. Sidney Slade

1898. William Clark

1900. William Ford

1901 - 08. Adelaide Victoria Jones

1911. Emily Tilley

1913. Charles Hole

1916 - 20. Thomas Evans

1924 - 43. Lydia Hayward

1949 - 60. George Boulter

1975. F. A. P. Hoskins



Adelaide Jones was previously at the Cooper’s Arms in King Street which was demolished around 1899.

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