KING’S HEAD INN
Bridgwater Road

1850 - 76. William Jones
1880 - 85. David Davies
1885 - 88. R. T. Oatway
1891 - 1901. Benjamin Cooksley
1914. Mary Butchers
1935 - 44. Reginald Weeks
1950 - 53. J. Bacon
1956. Harry Fry
1975. J. R. O’Mahoney

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BRISTOL’S LOST PUBS

CENSUS 1851.
William Jones 52, head married, publican, Somerset Tickenham
John Jones 24, son unmarried, publican, Somerset Bourton
Maria Jones 43, wife married, Somerset Weston-Super-Mare
Elizabeth Jones 15, daughter, Somerset Bourton
Samuel Jones 10, son, Somerset Bedminster

Henry Jones 7, son, Somerset Bedminster
Elizabeth Butler 20, visitor unmarried, place of birth unknown
William King 30, lodger unmarried, rail labourer, Somerset Whitchurch
John Fryer 45, lodger unmarried, Bristol St.James’

CENSUS 1861.
William Jones 62, head married, inn keeper, Somerset Tickenham
Maria Jones 55, wife married, inn keeper’s wife, Somerset Weston-Super-Mare

CENSUS 1871.
William Jones 72, head married, licensed victualler, Tickenham Somerset
Maria Jones 66, wife married, Weston-Super-Mare
Henry Jones 28, son unmarried, farm labourer, Bedminster
Esther York 37, daughter married, inn keeper’s wife, Flax Bourton
Elizabeth Froud 16, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Bedminster
Thomas Hart 29, boarder unmarried, agricultural labourer, Hilmarton Wiltshire

CENSUS 1881.
David Davies 58, head married, publican, Wales
Ann Davies 50, wife married, Somerset
Frederick Davies 19, son unmarried, carpenter, Gloucestershire

Hugh Davies 17, son unmarried, mason, Gloucestershire
Rose Davies 15, daughter, Gloucestershire
George Davies 12, son, Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1891.
Benjamin Cooksley 37, head married, publican, Dundry Somerset
Julia A. Cooksley 37, wife married, Publow Somerset
Mary H. Cooksley 11, daughter scholar, Dundry Bristol
James Cooksley 10, son scholar, Dundry Bristol
Julia Cooksley 7, daughter scholar, Dundry Bristol
Eva Cooksley 5, daughter scholar, Dundry Bristol
Fanny Cooksley 4, daughter scholar, Dundry Bristol
Caroline Bennett 22, servant single, school governess, Henlade Taunton
Clemence Edwards 24, servant single, mother’s help, Plaisford near Romsey Wiltshire
Harriet E. Rick 25, visitor married, Chew Stoke
William Hawkins 18, servant single, inn servant, Dundry Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
Benjamin Cooksley 49, head married, licensed victualler, Dundry Somerset
Julia A. Cooksley 48, wife married, Publow Somerset
Mary Cooksley 21, daughter single, assistant school mistress, Dundry Somerset
James Cooksley 18, son single, cattle dealer, Dundry Somerset
Eva Cooksley 15, daughter, Dundry Somerset
Fanny Cooksley 13, daughter, Dundry Somerset
Benjamin Cooksley 8, son, Bishopsworth
Amy Winstone 12, visitor, Winford
William Hawkins 30, servant single, barman, Dundry Somerset