CENSUS 1871.
Red Lion Public House
Daniel Brain 30, head married, coal miner, Gloucestershire Siston
Mary A. Brain 30, wife married, Gloucestershire Bitton
Alice Brain 6, Gloucestershire Bitton
Mary Brain 4, Gloucestershire Mangotsfield


CENSUS 1881.
Stanley H. Rugg 30, head married, beer retailer, Gloucestershire Westbury
Elizabeth Rugg 25, wife married, Gloucestershire Bitton
Walter G. Rugg 6, son scholar Gloucestershire Mangotsfield
Henry J. Rugg 3, son, Gloucestershire Mangotsfield


CENSUS 1891.
Thomas Haskins 29, head married, inn keeper, Stirling Bush Capetown Africa
Ellen Haskins 25, wife married, Somersetshire Radstock
William G. M. Haskins 4, son, Gloucestershire Fishponds
Sarah F. A. Haskins 3, daughter, Gloucestershire Fishponds
Andrew H. E. Haskins 1, son, Gloucestershire Fishponds
Fanny Hodgetts 15, servant single, Derbyshire Bradley Street

CENSUS 1901.
Edwin J. Pullin 35, head married, publican, Gloucestershire Almondsbury
Amelia Pullin 33, wife married, Gloucestershire Berkeley
Dorothy Pullin 9, daughter, Gloucestershire Winterbourne
Lelia Pullin  5, daughter, Gloucestershire Stapleton
Annie Trotman 19, servant single, barmaid, Gloucestershire Berkeley

RED LION Broad Street

1870 - 71. Absalom Watts
1871. Daniel Brain
1873 - 75. Edwin Packer
1881 - 87. Stanley H. Rugg
1890 - 92. Thomas Haskins
1900 - 38. Edwin J. Pullin
1960. T. Williamson

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