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Thomas Street (Victoria Street)

1752. Adolph Strack
1764. David Hudson
1775. Mary Hudson
1794 - 1806. John Perinton
1816. William Back
1820. Sarah Back
1822 - 48. William Arnold
1851 - 58. James Veale
1860 - 69. Thomas Tongue
1871. Mary Ann Collins
1872. William Good
1879 - 89. Walter Price
1890. Catherine Price
1891. Frederick W. E. Jones

CENSUS 1841.
William Arnold 54, publican, born in county
Eliza Arnold 48, born in county
William Arnold 27, clerk, born in county
Robert Arnold 20, cork cutter, born in county
Ann Arnold 17, born in county
Louisa Arnold 14, born in county
Julia Arnold 12, born in county
George Arnold 10, born in county
Matilda Thomas 25, independent, born in county
James Thomas 4, born in county
Job Cox 27, servant, not born in county
Mary Howell 23, servant, born in county
Elizabeth Helstone 40, servant, not born in county
Louisa Giles 19, servant, born in county

CENSUS 1851.
James Veale 36, head married, licensed victualler, Somerset Chew Magna
Ann E. Veale 27, wife married, Bristol
Eliza L. Veale 3 months, daughter, Bristol
Matilda Veale 37, sister in law married, housekeeper, Bristol
Sarah Veale 15, cousin unmarried, nursemaid, Bristol
Jane M. Turner 22, servant unmarried, barmaid, Bristol
Elizabeth Dully 50, nurse unmarried, monthly nurse, Somerset Langford
Elizabeth Williams 29, servant widow, cook, Devon
Caroline Trapp 19, servant unmarried, chambermaid, Somerset Shipham
Job Cox 42, servant widower, ostler, Somerset Glastonbury
George Naish 22, servant unmarried, boots, Somerset Clutton
John Morris 29, visitor unmarried, commercial traveller, Newent
Arthur Walters 38, visitor married, Llanarthney Carmarthenshire
James Ball 42, visitor married, farm labourer, Somerset Compton Bishop


CENSUS 1861.
Thomas Tongue 37, head married, inn keeper, Tiverton Devon
Sarah Jane Tongue 29, wife married, Portishead Somerset
Jane Clemont 19, niece unmarried, barmaid, Tiverton Devon
Thomas Leader 40, visitor married, coachman, Taunton Somerset
Job Cox 47, servant widower, boots, Bristol
Mary Ann Harris 22, servant unmarried, cook, Stanton Drew Somerset

CENSUS 1871.
Mary A. Collins 61, head widow, licensed victualler, Somerset Portishead
Alice L. Hember 5, grandchild scholar, Bristol
William Wilmott 59, brother widower, grocer, Somerset Portishead
Charles Wilmott 24, nephew unmarried, grocer, Somerset Portishead
Clara Thomas 20, servant unmarried, barmaid, Gloucestershire New Passage
John Trenlen 62, servant widower, porter, Gloucestershire Frampton Cotterell


CENSUS 1881.
Walter Price 50, head married, inn keeper, Gloucestershire Downend
Catherine Sharrock Price 47, wife married, inn keeper’s wife, Cornwall Cambourne
Sharrock Dupen Price 20, son unmarried, inn keeper’s son, Bristol
Annie Vincent Price 18, daughter unmarried, inn keeper’s daughter, Bristol
Catherine Dupen Price 16, daughter scholar, Bristol
Walter Samuel Vincent Price 12, son scholar, Bristol
Ellen Jeannie Price 6, daughter scholar, Bristol
Horatio John Price 3, son scholar, Bristol
Mary Wills 19, servant unmarried, general domestic servant, Cornwall St.Hilary
Ellen Hawke 18, servant unmarried, general domest servant, Cornwall St.Ives


CENSUS 1891.
Frederick W. E. Jones 23, head single, hotel keeper, Bristol
Minnie Edney 27, servant single, chambermaid, Bristol
John Small 23, servant single, boots & waiter, Oxford
Edward R. Cross 18, servant single, cook, St.Brelaid’s Jersey
Richard Davey 24, lodger single, commercial traveller, Wicklow Ireland
Edwin A. Organ 25, lodger single, timber merchant, Olveston Gloucestershire
Spencer Thomas 28, lodger single, living on own means, Cardiff South Wales
John Field 28, lodger single, Bristol

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