ALMA TAVERN Stapleton Road


1855. Frederick Arnold Weston

1856 - 57. W. Rossiter

1860 - 61. Charles Glanville

1862. Ann Bennett

1866 - 67. Charles Glanville

1868. Ann Bennett

1870 - 91. Charles Glanville

1891 - 92. William Jones

1895 - 1908. Edwin J. Sharp

CENSUS 1861.

No.7 Clifton Place, Alma Tavern

Charles Glanvill 33, head married, general porter, Devonshire Plymtree

Emma Glanvill 31, wife married, Bristol St.Michael’s

Ann Eliza Glanvill 2, daughter, Bristol St.James’

Henry Charles Glanvill 1, son, Bristol St.Philip & Jacob

Mary Ann Hart 15, servant, nursemaid, Bristol St.Philip & Jacob


CENSUS 1871.

Charles Glanville 43, head married, beer house keeper, Plymtree Devon

Emma Glanville 40, wife married, Bristol

Ann E. Glanville 12, daughter scholar, Bristol

Henry C. Glanville 10, son scholar, Bristol

Alfred G. Glanville 7, son scholar, Bristol


CENSUS 1881.

Charles Glanville 53, head married, beer house keeper, Plymtree Devon

Emma Glanville 50, wife married, Bristol

Ann Glanville 21, daughter unmarried, Bristol

Alfred Glanville 17, son unmarried, lithographic artist, Bristol


CENSUS 1891.

Charles Glanville 63, head married, publican, Devon Plymtree

Angelina Glanville 50, wife married, Gloucester

Ann Glanville 32, daughter single, Bristol

Ada Glanville 13, daughter, Bristol


CENSUS 1901.

Edwin J. Sharp 47, head married, publican, Bristol

Rose Sharp 44, wife married, Zeals Wiltshire

John J. Sharp 18, son single, musician, Bristol

Francis R. Sharp 14, son, engineer’s apprentice, Bristol

Marie R. Sharp 9, daughter, Bristol

Florence Bailey 14, servant, domestic servant, Bristol


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