CENSUS 1841.

Red Lion Inn Passage Bank

Charles Davis 25, victualler, born in county

Eliza Davis 25, born in county

Thomas Case 8, born in county

James Slade 10, born in county


CENSUS 1851.

Sarah Cox 44, head widow, licensed victualler, Somerset St.George

Eliza Cox 19, daughter unmarried, Somerset St.George

Sarah Cox 15, daughter unmarried, Somerset St.George


CENSUS 1861.

Eliza Cox 28, head unmarried, inn keeper, St.George Somerset

Sarah Cox 54, mother widow, St,George Somerset


CENSUS 1871.

Red Lion

James Cox 32, head married, waterman, Somerset St.George

Mary Cox 33, wife married, Somerset St.George

James B. Cox 8, son scholar, Somerset St.George

Edith M. Cox 6, daughter scholar, Somerset St.George

Leonard Cox 3, son scholar, Somerset St.George

Edward H. Cox 1, son, Somerset St.George’s

Mary A. Bernard 17, servant unmarried, general servant, Somerst Bedminster


CENSUS 1881.

James Cox 42, head married, licensed victualler, Pill Somerset

Mary Cox 43, wife married, Pill Somerset

James B. Cox 18, son unmarried, sailor, Pill Somerset

Edith M. Cox 16, daughter unmarried, Pill Somerset

Leonard Cox 13, son scholar, Pill Somerset

Edward H. Cox 11, son scholar, Pill Somerset

Percy Cox 2 months, son, Pill Somerset


CENSUS 1891.

Red Lion Inn

James Cox 52, head widower, waterman, Somerset Pill

Edward H. Cox 21, son single, waterman, Somerset Pill

Percy Cox 10, son, Somerset Pill

Mary E. Harding 47, house keeper widow, Somerset Pill

Ann A. Vowles 15, servant, general domestic servant, Somerset Pill


CENSUS 1901.

William Cox 51, head married, mariner (Captain) & publican, Somerset Pill

Rosa Cox 47, wife married, Somerset Pill

Laura Howes 27, daughter married, Somerset Pill

Percy Cox 25, son single, house carpenter, Somerset Pill

Jesse Cox 20, son single, plumber & painter, Somerset Pill

Olive Cox 20, daughter single, Somerset Pill

Frank Cox 18, son single, Somerset Pill


CENSUS 1911.

Thomas Russell 46, head married, licensed victualler, Pill Somerset

Minnie F. Russell 42, wife married, Pill Somerset

Ellen Russell 13, daughter school, Bedminster

Emily Petty 40, sister in law single, laundress (Bristol Sanitary Authority), Pill Somerset

The 1911 census reveals that not counting the scullery, landing, lobby, closet, bathroom; nor warehouse, office or shop, the Red Lion had 12 rooms.


RED LION Pump Square


1830. John Tilley

1840. Ann Raw

1841 - 44. Charles Davis

1851. Sarah Cox

1861. Eliza Cox

1871 - 95. James Cox

1897. Herbert Collins

1901. William Cox

1904. Percy Cox

1906. E. Porter

1911 - 19. Thomas Russell

1923 - 38. James Baker

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