CENSUS 1851.
No.1 Winsford Street
Joseph Wilcox 40, head married, brush maker & beer retailer, St.Philip & Jacob Gloucestershire
Elizabeth Wilcox 38, wife married, Temple Parish Somerset
John Wilcox 6, son scholar, St.Paul’s Bristol
Frederick Wilcox 4, son scholar, St.Philip & St.Jacob Bristol
Albert Wilcox 2, son, St.Philip & St.Jacob Bristol
Ann Burns 16, servant unmarried, general servant, St.Philip & St.Jacob Bristol

CENSUS 1861.
No.1 Winsford Street, Sea Horse beer house
Joseph Wilcox 50, head married, brush maker & beer retailer, Bristol St.Philip’s
Elizabeth Wilcox 47, wife married, Bristol Temple
John Wilcox 16, son unmarried, Bristol St.Paul’s
Frederick Wilcox 14, son, Bristol St.Philip’s
Albert C. Wilcox 12, son, Bristol St.Philip’s
Elizabeth M. Wilcox 9, daughter, Bristol St.Philip’s

CENSUS 1871.
Winsford Street, Sea horse
Joseph Willcox 61, head widower, brush maker & inn keeper, Bristol
Frederick Willcox 24, son married, brass founder,Bristol

Mary Ann Willcox 21, daughter, Stroud Gloucestershire
Martha Hyatt 14, general servant, Nailsea Somerset


CENSUS 1881.
No.1 Winsford Street, Sea Horse
Frederick Wilcox 34, head married, beer retailer, St.Philip’s Bristol
Mary Ann Wilcox 31, wife married, Staffordshire Hanley
Ellen Leach 23, sister in law unmarried, Staffordshire Hanley

CENSUS 1891.
No.32 Stapleton Road
Frederick Wilcox 42, head widower, beer retailer, St.Philip’s Bristol
Mary J. Strickland 24, servant single, housekeeper, Gloucestershire Filton

CENSUS 1911.
Sea Horse, Stapleton Road
John Cleverley 60, head married, beer house keeper, Bell Hill St.George Bristol
Mary Cleverley 62, wife married, Siston Gloucestershire
Mable Ann Cleverley 18, daughter single, barmaid, St.George Bristol

SEA HORSE
Winsford Street / Stapleton Road

1848 - 71. Joseph Wilcox
1871 - 95. Frederick Wilcox
1898 - 1900. Isaac Williams
1903 - 08. Elizabeth Williams
1913 - 20. John Cleverly
1924. John Cole
1927 - 43. Leonard Pockett
1949 - 53. Isaac Jarrett

John E. Donne is listed at this address in 1843 as a grocer & draper

the rent paid by Leonard Pockett in 1934 was £40 per annum, the landlord was The Bristol Brewery Georges & Co. Limited. After a spell as the White Elephant the Sea Horse was later known as the Queen Vic’

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