WHITEHALL TAVERN
Devon Road

1881. John Clark
1891. Emma Jeans
1893 - 1900. Abraham Shortman
1901 - 03. Thomas Bradford
1905 - 11. William Priddle Hek
1913 - 27. Francis Holmes
1930 - 36. William Tregarthen
1937 - 50. Ernest Cainey
1953. Donald Sullivan
1956. Kitchener R. Weston
1975. B. Longstaff

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BRISTOL’S LOST PUBS

CENSUS 1881.
Whitehall Tavern
John Clark 70, head married, beer retailer, Bideford
Mary F. Clark 60, wife married, Williton
James Griffiths 48, boarder unmarried, cabinet maker, Bristol

CENSUS 1891.
Whitehall Tavern
Emma Jeans 43, head widow, beer retailer, St.Philip’s Bristol
Clara E. Jeans 21, daughter single, tailoress, St.Philip’s Bristol

Annie Jeans 19, daughter single, dressmaker, St.Philip’s Bristol
William J. Jeans 17, son single, wire blind maker, St.Philip’s Bristol

Fanny S. Jeans 15, daughter, stay maker, St.Philip’s Bristol
Charles Jeans 12, son scholar, St.Philip’s Bristol
Frank E. Jeans 9, son scholar, St.Philip’s Bristol
Alfred Jeans 7, son scholar, St.Philip’s Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
Whitehall Tavern
Thomas Bradford 45, head married, beer retailer, Bristol
Emily Bradford 44, wife married, Bristol
Florence A. Bradford 21, daughter single, milliner, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Whitehall Tavern
William Priddle Hek 30, head married, licensed victualler, Aberdare South Wales
Florence Ada Hek 30, wife married, assisting in business, Bristol Gloucestershire
Trevor James Thomas Hek 7, son at school, Bristol Gloucestershire

Frank George Hek 3, son, Bristol Gloucestershire

William Priddle Hek 1, son, Bristol Gloucestershire
Annie Dale 52, servant married, general domestic servant, Jersey St.Helier

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