CENSUS 1841.
William Francis 40, blacksmith
Grace Francis 40, born in county
Mary Ann Francis 15, born in county
Jane Francis 12, born in county
Sarah Francis 7, born in county
Isaac Francis 10, born in county
Martha Francis 4, born in county
Ann Buss 50, born in county


CENSUS 1851.

Ann Tregaskis 39, head Widow, Publican, Bristol
Susan Tregaskis 17, daughter unmarried, at home, Bristol
Thomas Tregaskis 15, son, Brass Finisher, Bristol
Mary Ann Tregaskis 13, daughter, at home, Bristol
Rosina Tregaskis 7, daughter scholar, Bristol

CENSUS 1861.
Ann Tregaskis 52, head widow, victualler, Bristol Somersetshire
Sarah Ann Dickenson 29, visitor widow, dress maker, Bristol Somersetshire
Thomas Tregaskis 25, son unmarried, brassfounder and finisher, Bristol Somersetshire
Mary Ann Tregaskis 23, daughter unmarried, Bristol Somersetshire
John Tregaskis 19, son unmarried, mariner merchant service, Bristol Somersetshire
Mary Ann Dickenson 10, visitor scholar, New York British subject

CENSUS 1871.
Rebecca Tregaskis 30, wife married, mariner’s wife, Bristol
Alfred E. Tregaskis 1, son, Bristol
Mary A. Baker 16, servant unmarried, general servant, Devon

CENSUS 1881.
wrongly listed as the Britannia which was just around the corner in Sidney Row.
Augustus Bezzant 63, head married, shipwright and licensed victualler, Bristol
Mary Bezzant 65, wife married, Bristol
Elizabeth Cook 18, servant unmarried, general servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1891.
Thomas H. Slocombe 43, head married, beer house keeper, Bristol
Elizabeth Slocombe 37, wife married, Bristol
Augustus J. Slocombe 16, son, dockyard labourer, Derbyshire Long Eaton
Elizabeth Slocombe 14, daughter, Derbyshire Long Eaton
Emily Slocombe 11, daughter, Derbyshire Long Eaton
Walter  C. Slocombe 9, son, Derbyshire Long Eaton
Thomas H. Slocombe 7, son, Bristol
William Slocombe 5, son, Bristol
Sidney Slocombe 3, son, Bristol
Frederick Slocombe 2 months, son, Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
Thomas Henry Slocombe 53, head married, beer retailer, Bristol
Elizabeth Slocombe 47, wife married, Bristol
Augustus James Slocombe 25, son single, engineer’s apprentice, Derbyshire Long Eaton
Elizabeth Slocombe 23, daughter single, barmaid, Derbyshire Long Eaton
Emily Slocombe 21, daughter single, barmaid, Derbyshire Long Eaton
Walter Charles Slocombe 19, son single, pattern maker’s apprentice, Derbyshire Long Eaton
Thomas Henry Slocombe 17, son single, clerk, Bristol
William Slocombe 15, son, store keeper’s assistant, Bristol
Sidney Slocombe 13, son, Bristol
Frederick Slocombe 10, son, Bristol
Eleanor Maud Slocombe 7, daughter, Bristol
Percy Ernest Slocombe 5, son, Bristol
Albert Charles Slocombe 3, son, Bristol


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WHITE HORSE  Hanover Place

1834. Richard Harding
1837 - 42. William Francis
1844 - 49. Thomas Tregaskis
1851 - 68. Ann Tregaskis
1869 to 1878. John Tregaskis
1879 - 83. Augustus Bezzant
1885 - 1904. Thomas Slocombe
1909 - 21. Frank Adams Gainsford
1925 - 44. John Tanner
1950 - 53. Frank Kelleway
1975. M. Merchant




Off Cumberland Road on the corner with Sidney Row, this old cider house is now much spruced up, and has been re-named the Orchard.

 

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