CORONATION TAP No.8 Sion Mews

1838 - 47. John Morris
1851 - 63. Sarah Matthews
1871 - 81. George Brown
1882 - 1917. Henry Bonner
1921. Rhoda Laurence Bonner
1925 - 53. Robert Colston Whiting
1956. Richard Bradstock
1975. J. C. Morse

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The Coronation Tap c1900, Landlord Henry Bonner is seen in shirt sleeves with daughter Hilda.  The pub underwent extensive alterations by Bristol United Breweries Ltd. in 1940

A reminiscence from Dave Knowles: “Just reviewing old pubs of Clifton on your site. Brought back memories, however noticed the name of famed landlord of the Coronation Tap, in the 50s/60s One Dick (Richard) Bradstock esq., who ran this Famed House with a rod of iron, woe betide any customer caught "canoodling" (spooning!), or worse buying "ladies" pints!!! I recall being ‘banished’ for such reprehensible behaviour for a short time. Cordially David.”


CENSUS 1851.
Sarah Matthews 60, head unmarried, beer house keeper, Devon

CENSUS 1861.
No.8 Sion Mews
Sarah Matthews 56, head unmarried, shop keeper, Gloucestershire Clifton
Emily A. Browne 20, niece unmarried, visitor,  Gloucestershire Clifton
Hannah Simmons 30, lodger unmarried, fund holder, Chipping Sodbury
Sarah Hale 70, lodger widow, needle woman, Bristol
Emma Barry 38, lodger married, washerwoman, Westbury on Trym

CENSUS 1871.
Coronation Tap
George E. Brown 36, cabinet maker, Clifton Bristol
Lavinia Brown 34, wife married, Sherbourne Dorsetshire
Louisa Brown 13, daughter, Clifton Bristol
Henry Brown 11, son, Clifton Bristol
Ernest Brown 9, son, Clifton Bristol

Florence Brown 5, daughter, Clifton Bristol
Amy Brown 3, daughter, Clifton Bristol
George Brown 2, son, Clifton Bristol
Sarah Matthews 70, aunt unmarried, house owner, Brixham Devonshire

CENSUS 1881.
George Brown 44, head widower, beer retailer, Bristol
Florence Brown 18, daughter unmarried, Bristol
Amy Brown 14, daughter, in bar, Bristol
George Brown 12, son scholar, Bristol

CENSUS 1891.
Henry Bonner 31, head married, beer retailer, Bristol Gloucestershire
Rhoda L. Bonner 33, wife married, Bristol Gloucestershire
Amy L. Bonner 8, daughter, Bristol Gloucestershire
Frederick H. Bonner 6, son, Bristol Gloucestershire
William Bonner _ , son, Bristol Gloucestershire
Hilda M. Bonner 1 month, daughter, Bristol Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1901.
Henry Bonner 42, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Rhoda L. Bonner 43, wife married, Bristol
Amy L. Bonner 18, daughter single, milliner, Bristol
Frederick H. Bonner 16, son single, commercial clerk, Bristol
William Bonner 14, son, Bristol
Hilda M. Bonner 10, daughter, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Henry Bonner 51, head married, inn keeper, Gloucestershire Bristol
Rhoda Lawrence Bonner 53, wife married, Gloucestershire Bristol
William Albert Bonner 24, son, working at home, Gloucestershire Bristol
Hilda May Bonner 20, daughter, shop assistant, Gloucestershire Bristol