CENSUS 1991.
Oliver W. Wiltshire 30, head married, commercial traveller, St.George Bristol
Rebecca A. Wiltshire 28, wife married, Bristol
Gerald O. Wiltshire 5, son, Stapleton Gloucestershire
Cicely E. Wiltshire 3, daughter St.George Gloucestershire
name unknown Wiltshire 1 month, Horfield Gloucestershire
Kate Bowden 14, domestic servant, Bedminster Somerset

CENSUS 1901.
Oliver M. Wiltshire 40, head married, wholesale wine & spirit dealer and bottler, St.George Gloucestershire
Rebecca A. Wiltshire 38, wife married, Bristol
Gerald O. Wiltshire 15, son, wholesale stationer’s apprentice, Bristol
Cicely E. Wiltshire 13, daughter school, Bristol
Dorothy E. Wiltshire 10, daughter school, Bristol
Vera O. Wiltshire 7, daughter school, Bristol
Lillian M. Whymark 33, servant single, domestic, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Francis Davis 63, head married, beer house keeper and police pensioner, Gloucestershire Stroud
Sarah Ann Davis 58, wife married, assisting in business, Glamorganshire Pontypridd

No.71 GLOUCESTER ROAD
off license

1885 to 1891. Charles William Gallop
1891 - 1903. Oliver William Wiltshire
1905 - 11. Francis Davis
1924. Florence Kate Petch
1927 - 56. Frank Parker Petch

A dairy prior to 1885, this shop was later incorporated into the pub next door (Royal Hotel)

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