RISING SUN

1871 - 86. James Bryant Vicary
1890 - 97. George Edward Cryer
1901 - 06. George Vowles
1910. H. Bungay
1911. Walter Ford
1923 - 39. Walter Hiscock Bristow

CENSUS 1871.
James Bryant Vicary 31, head married, licensed victualler, Somerset Dulverton
Martha Vicary 34, wife married, Cornwall Lizard
Mary Ann Cooper 2, niece, Somerset Keynsham

CENSUS 1881.
James Vicary 41, head married, publican,  Dulverton Somerset
Martha Vicary 44, wife married, Lizard Cornwall
Mary Ann Cooper 13, niece scholar, Keynsham Somerset

CENSUS 1891.
Rising Sun Public House
George E. Cryer 31, head married, cattle dealer, Gloucestershire Bitton
Constance Cryer 30, wife married, Wiltshire
Mary L. Cryer 1, daughter, Gloucestershire Bitton
Edith K. Cryer 8 months, daughter, Gloucestershire Bitton
Amy Ford 15, servant single, domestic servant, Gloucestershire Bitton
Henry Gillais 23, servant single, agricultural labourer, Gloucestershire Syston

CENSUS 1901.
George Vowles 58, head married, publican, Keynsham
Annie Vowles 57, wife married, Saltford Somerset

CENSUS 1911.
Walter Ford 52, husband  married, inn keeper, Oxfordshire
Gulielma Ford 44, wife married, Oxfordshire
Lily Ford 18, child single, Oxfordshire
Samuel Ford 5, child, Oxfordshire
Rose Ford 3, child, Oxfordshire

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