BACCHUS No.14 Old Market Street

1806 - 30. William Clift
1839. William Smith
1840. Charlotte Smith
1841 - 42. Robert Harris
1844. John Ware
1851 - 54. James Broad
1856 - 60. John Thatcher
1861. Charles Morgan
1863. Sophia Candy
1866. S. Thomas
1871. William Steward
1871. John Lonsdale
1872. William Higgs
1874 - 89. William Richard Bryant & Co.
1891 - 93. Henry Havard
1894 to 1896. Charles Wooles
1897. Duncan Macfarlane
1899. H. Davies
1901. Henry Chidgey
1904 - 14. Kate Mary Coulsting
1911. Beatrice Nellie Gibbs (manageress)
1917 - 31. Thomas George

Kate Coulsting did not live at the pub, but with her family in Nottingham Road Bishopston.

Bristol Museum collections

CENSUS 1841.
Robert Harris 45, publican, not born in county
Harriet Harris 45, born in county
Jane Harris 10, born in county
Ann Barnes 25, servant, not born in county
Thomas Jeffery 15, grocer’s apprentice, born in county

CENSUS 1851.
James Broad 48, head married, victualler & surveyor, Bristol
Mary Broad 40, wife married, Devon Oakford
Emma Broad 2, daughter, Bristol
Mary Ann Bennett 25, visitor unmarried, dressmaker, Bristol
Rosina Burgess 17, servant unmarried, Wiltshire Marshfield


CENSUS 1861.
Charles Morgan 54, head unmarried, licensed victualler, Flintshire Hollywell
Deborah Morgan 38, niece widow, housekeeper, Gloucestershire St.George
Harriet Hutchinson 12, niece scholar, Gloucestershire Bristol
Elizabeth Hartell 20, servant unmarried, house servant, Gloucestershire Bristol

CENSUS 1871.
William Steward 40, head married, innkeeper, Devon Pilton
Jane Steward 44, wife married, Devon Barnstaple
John W. Steward 4, son, Devon Bishop Tawton
Matilda Hibbs 26, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Gloucestershire Mangotsfield

CENSUS 1881.
Emma Tilsted 50, head widow, bar woman, Hertfordshire Great Hormead
James Tilsted 21, son unmarried, barman, Bristol Bedminster
William Tilsted 12, son scholar, Bristol Bedminster

CENSUS 1891.
Henry Havard 33, head married, licensed victualler, Birmingham Warwickshire
Minnie M. Havard 23, wife married, Worcester Worcestershire
Jennie Hood 25, servant single, barmaid, Kelston Somerset
Annie Spry 18, servant single, general domestic servant, Bristol Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1901.
Henry Chidgey 31, head married, licensed victualler, Somerset Exford
Louisa Chidgey 23, wife married, Wiltshire Swindon
Henry Chidgey 1, son, Bristol
Florence Mary Padfield, servant single, general domestic servant, Somerset Paulton

CENSUS 1911.
Louis John Gibbs 30, head married, carter at a drapery, Somerset Bath
Beatrice Nellie Gibbs 29, wife married, manageress, Bristol
Beatrice Miller 19, servant single, barmaid, Somerset Bath

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