ALBION Merchants’ Parade (Hotwell Road)

1853 - 60. John Beynon
1861. Sophia Moore
1868. Benjamin Mackey
1869. John Chaffey
1870 - 77. Edward Chaffey
1877 to 1886. Robert Hiscock
1887. Peter Kennedy
1889. Francis Whittard
1891 - 1906. James Parker
1909 - 17. Robert Bowhey
1921. Henry Staddon
1925. Ernest Sparks
1928 - 31. Edith Sparks
1935 - 38. Arthur Pleass
1944 - 56. Arthur Henry Austens

CENSUS 1861.
Sophia Moore 70, head widow, beer retailer, Gloucestershire Bristol
Charlotte Crispin 40, daughter widow, laundress, Gloucestershire Bristol

CENSUS 1871.
Sarah Chaffey 33, wife married, licensed victualler, Clifton

CENSUS 1881.

Robert Hiscock 42, head married, mariner unemployed, Dorset

Mary Ann Hiscock 48, wife married, Clifton Bristol
Ada Lea Fox 10, niece scholar, Bedminster Bristol
Susan Shattock 30, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Bristol
Joseph Matison 39, visitor married, London
Harriett Mattison 51, visitor married, Clifton Bristol

CENSUS 1891.
James Parker 37, head married, carpenter & licensed victualler, Somerset Biddishall
Mary Parker 34, wife married, Bristol Clifton
Frank Parker 11, son scholar, Bristol Clifton
Ethel Parker 10, daughter scholar, Bristol Clifton


CENSUS 1901.
James Parker 47, head married, carpenter, Somerset Biddisham
Mary Parker 44, wife married, Bristol
Ethel Parker 20, daughter single, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Robert Bowhey 41, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Selina Bowhey 44, wife married, Devon
Walter Bowhey 14, son, school, Devon

Annie Bowhey 12, daughter, school, Devon

William Bowhey 10, son, Devon

Mrs R. Restell 24, daughter married, Devon
Leslie Restell 2, grandson, Bristol
Eveline ??? 14, niece, domestic servant, Devon

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