THREE CUPS & SALMON

Lower Colston’s Parade


1751. Nerias Decias

1793. William Jellott

1799 - 05. John Phillips

1815. Thomas Griffiths

1819 - 21. Mary Griffiths

1825 - 41. James Fuller

1848. ? Winstone

1851. Henry Quick

1852 - 53. William Bushell

1854. ? Cook

1856 - 61. George Watkins

1862. Frederick Giblett

1864. Matilda Davies

1865. Ann Hill

1870 - 71.  Harriet Allen

1873 - 75. William Tuck

1876. Thomas Perry

CENSUS 1841.

James Fuller 51, publican, not born in county

Mary Fuller 40, born in county

Thomas Sullivan 22, servant, born in county

Sarah Hide 23, servant, born in county

Emma Davis 21, servant, not born in county


CENSUS 1851.

Henry Quick 62, head married, publican, Somerset Bishport

Caroline Quick 54, wife married, Warwickshire Birmingham

Ann Smith 25, servant unmarried, general servant, Herefordshire

Francis Sydenham 30, visitor married, London Middlesex

Ann Sydenham 29, visitor married, Bristol St.James’

Frank Sydenham 4, visitor, Bath

John Sydenham 2, visitor, Bath


CENSUS 1861.

George Watkins 49, head married, inn keeper, Wiltshire Devizes

Mary Watkins 48, wife married, Somerset North Newton

Thomas Watkins 20, son unmarried, pawnbroker, Somerset North Newton

Jesse Watkins 17, son unmarried, cutler, Dorset Stalbridge

? Price 18, female servant unmarried, Chew Magna


CENSUS 1871.

Harriet Allen 31, head single, beer house keeper, Somerset Wells

Sarah Allen 55, youngest daughter, widow, servant, Somerset Bristol

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A detail from a picture by T. L. S. Rowbotham 1826