WAGGON & HORSES Netham Road

1841 - 63. Joseph Maggs
1870 - 83. Stephen Maggs
1885 - 91. William Beak
1892 - 97. Sarah Beak
1901 - 17. Herbert Humphrey Beak
1921 - 28. Lily Beak
1931 - 44. William Beak
1950 - 53. Ada Jane Jones

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BRISTOL’S LOST PUBS

CENSUS 1841.
Joseph Maggs 30, gardener, born in county
Hannah Maggs 30, born in county
Joseph Maggs 10, born in county
Rebecca Maggs 10, born in county
Ann Maggs 7, born in county
Robert Maggs 5, born in county
Stephen Maggs 3, born in county
Elizabeth Maggs 7 months, born in county


CENSUS 1851.
Joseph Maggs 42, head married, keeper of beer house, Gloucestershire St.George
Ann Maggs 42, wife married, Gloucestershire St.George
Rebecca Maggs 20, daughter unmarried, Gloucestershire St.George
Ann Maggs 13, daughter,Gloucestershire St.George
Robert Maggs 11, son, labourer in garden, Gloucestershire St.George
Stephen Maggs 10, son, labourer in garden, Gloucestershire St.George
John Maggs 6, son, Gloucestershire St.George
William Maggs 2½, Gloucestershire St.George

CENSUS 1861.
Joseph Maggs 54, head married, beer shop keeper, Gloucestershire St.George
Hannah Maggs 54, wife married, Gloucestershire St.George
Stephen Maggs 23, son unmarried, stay presser, Gloucestershire St.George
John Maggs 16, son unmarried, cooper’s apprentice, Gloucestershire St.George
Elizabeth Fudge 17, servant unmarried, Gloucestershire St.George


CENSUS 1871.
Stephen Maggs 35, head married, beer retailer, St.George Gloucestershire
Edith Maggs 26, wife married, Portsmouth Hampshire
Hannah Maggs 6, daughter scholar, St.George Gloucestershire
Harriett Maggs 3, daughter scholar, St.George Gloucestershire
Joseph Maggs 8 months, son, St.George Gloucestershire
Joseph Maggs 64, father widower, retired market gardener, St.George Gloucestershire
Ellen Sparks 20, servant unmarried, general servant, Somersetshire

CENSUS 1881.
Stephen Maggs 44, head married, beer retailer, Gloucestershire St.George
Edith Maggs 43, wife married, Hampshire Portsmouth
Ann A. Maggs 16, daughter scholar, Gloucestershire St.George
Harriett Maggs 13, daughter scholar, Gloucestershire St.George
Joseph Maggs 11, son scholar, Gloucestershire St.George
Stephen Maggs 10, son scholar, Gloucestershire St.George
William Maggs 4, son scholar, Gloucestershire St.George
Edith Maggs 2, daughter, Gloucestershire St.George
Joseph Maggs 74, father widower, no occupation, Gloucestershire St.George

CENSUS 1891.
William Beak 49, head married, beer retailer, Gloucestershire St.George
Margaret Beak 38, wife married, Radnorshire Builth
Maria P. Beak 26, daughter single, drafter’s assistant, Gloucestershire St.George
Arthur H. Beak 20, son single, photographic artist, Gloucestershire St.George
Herbert H. Beak 14, son scholar, Gloucestershire St.George
Walter P. Beak 7 months, son, Gloucestershire St.George
Rose Hendy 15, servant, domestic servant, Gloucestershire Kingswood

CENSUS 1901.
Herbert Humphrey Beak 24, head single, publican, Gloucestershire Bristol St.George
Palmer Beak 36, sister single, barmaid, Gloucestershire Bristol St.George
Fanny F. Beak 26, sister single, barmaid, Gloucestershire Bristol St.George
Sarah H. Mann 40, sister married, domestic servant, Gloucestershire Bristol St.George
Gladys M. M. Mann 2, niece, Gloucestershire Bristol St.George
Agnes Haskins 23, visitor cousin single, South Wales, Machin Monmouthshire

CENSUS 1911.
Sarah H. Mann 50, sister married (not living with husband), assisting in business, St.George Bristol
Maria P. Beak 46, sister single, assisting in business, St.George Bristol
Fanny E. Beak 37, sister single, assisting in business, St.George Bristol
Gladys M. M. Mann 12, daughter, Keynsham Somerset

At the time of the census, licensee Herbert Humphrey Beak was living in East Lydford on Fosse, near Taunton with wife Maud and step children Louis and Doris Grant.  He was in business running a grocery and provisions store.


The Waggon & Horses closed around the mid 1960s, this picture was taken by Andy Durrant in 2002

© Andy Durrant