CENSUS 1841.
Martha Quarman 70, publican, born in county
Joseph Wilton 40, cattle dealer, born in county
Ann Wilton 45, born in county
Alles Quarman 13, born in county
Joseph Upton 56, hatter, not born in county


CENSUS 1851.

James Quarman 29, head married, victualler, Gloucestershire Bitton
Ann Quarman 25, wife married, inn keeper’s wife, Gloucestershire Bitton
Alfred Quarman 2, son, Gloucestershire Bitton

CENSUS 1861.

James Quarman 38, head married, inn keeper, Gloucestershire Bitton
Ann Quarman 34, wife married, inn keeper’s wife, Gloucestershire Bitton
Alfred Quarman 12, son scholar, Gloucestershire Bitton
Samuel Quarman 7, son scholar, Gloucestershire Bitton

CENSUS 1871.

James Quarman 57, head married, inn keeper & farmer, Gloucestershire Bitton
Ann Quarman 44, wife married, Gloucestershire Bitton
Alfred H. Quarman 22, son unmarried, formerly chemist, Gloucestershire Bitton
Samuel Quarman 17, son unmarried, grocer, Gloucestershire Bitton
William Quarman 3, son, Gloucestershire Bitton

CENSUS 1881.

Henry Webber Colmer 39, head married, landed proprietor & inn keeper, Taunton Somerset
Henrietta Colmer 38, wife married, inn keeper’s wife, Taunton Somerset
Robert Rendall 13, step son scholar, Briton Ferry South Wales
Henrietta Colmer 7, daughter, Taunton Somerset
Gwendoline Colmer 3, daughter, Swansea South Wales
Minnie Colmer 1, daughter, Bristol
Charles Webber 23, cousin unmarried, accountant, Taunton Somerset
Sophia Vowles 15, servant, domestic servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1891.

William H. Quarman 22, head married, licensed victualler, Bitton Gloucestershire
Mary Quarman 26, wife married, Bitton Gloucestershire
Infant daughter 5 days, Bitton Gloucestershire
Caroline Tarrant 15, servant, general servant, Bitton Gloucestershire
Ellen Jones 34, nurse single, monthly nurse, Bitton Gloucestershire


CENSUS 1901.

Alfred Lear 60, head married, publican, Oldland Gloucestershire
Matilda Lear 59, wife married, Oldland Gloucestershire
Matilda Lear 19, granddaughter single, barmaid , Oldland Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1911.
Eliza Drake 43, head widow licensee, Okehampton Devon
George Drake 19, son single, assistant to licensee, Okehampton Devon
Ivy Drake 10, daughter, Bristol

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1841 - 48. Martha Quarman
1848 to 1880. James Quarman
1881. Henry Webber Colmer
1891. William H. Quarman
1892 - 1901. Alfred Lear
1910 - 11. Elizabeth Drake
1923 - 28. Caroline Marsh
1931 - 35. William Elliott
1937 - 39. Winifred Mary Elliott
1960. Mrs. W. M. Young