This old inn was demolished in 1877 and in its place in 1882 was built St.Peters Church, which in turn was demolished in 1939. On the site to-day stands a block of flats named St.Peters House. White Hart Steps to the left remain today leading to Clifton Wood.

CENSUS 1841.

Robert Canter 40, licensed victualler, not born in county
Sophia Canter 40, not born in county
Martha Hazell 20, servant, born in county

CENSUS 1851.
John Tremlett 40, licensed victualler, Somerset Bayborough
Elizabeth Tremlett 41, Bayborough
Elizabeth Tremlett 17, Assistant, Bayborough
Esther Mary Tremlett 15, Assistant, Bayborough
William Tremlett 11, Scholar Bayborough
John Tremlett 9, Scholar Bayborough
George Williams 23, Servant, Lambeth Surrey
Harriet Carol 19, Servant, Washford Somerset
Sarah Bartram 21, Lodger, Servant Bagborough
Susan Warren 59, Widow, Bath

CENSUS 1861.
William Roberts 35, head married, haulier and inn keeper, Herefordshire Hamily
Maria Roberts 33, wife married, inn keeper’s wife, Somerset Nailsea
James Haydon 50, servant widower, labourer, Gloucestershire Colesborne
Frederick Strickland 25, lodger married, miner, Gloucestershire Hanham
Ann Hawker 47, servant unmarried, house servant, Somerset Rean

CENSUS 1871.
John Hobbs 55, head married, inn keeper, Bristol
Elizabeth Hobbs 36, wife married, Nailsea Somerset
John Hobbs 2, son, Bristol

 

 

 

WHITE HART  Jacob’s Wells

1775. Edward Langdon
1800. William Stephens
1816 - 23. Francis Gibbons
1828 - 32. William Hunt
1833 - 34. Mrs. Hunt
1837 - 40. James Tregaskis
1841 - 44. Robert Canter
1848 - 55. John Tremlett
1856 - 58. John Plant
1861. William Roberts
1863. Simon Dumble
1865. J. Lewis
1868. Elizabeth Shepstone
1869 - 72. John Hobbs
1873 to 1877. Charles Ebenezer Mitchell

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