CENSUS 1871.
Edmund Parish 35, head married, innkeeper, Somerset Pawlet
Katherine Parish 28, wife married, Hampshire Southampton
Mary Ann Parish 2, daughter, Somerset Burnham
William Parish 3 months, son, Somerset Bristol
Katherine Parish 3 months, daughter, Somerset Bristol

CENSUS 1881.
Frances Diana Tanner 33, head widow, innkeeper, Wales Portskewett
Ada M. A. H. Tanner 7, daughter scholar, Wales Newport
Harley C. H. Tanner 2, son, Wales Pontnewydd
John Smith 41, boarder married, painter (unoccupied), Cirencester Gloucestershire
Mary Ann Smith 33, boarder married, Princetown Ireland
Florence Edith Smith 4, daughter, Dublin
Eleanor W. Smith 1, daughter, Dublin

CENSUS 1891.
William A. W. Love 50, head married, coal merchant, Somerset Farmborough
Frances Diana Love 43, wife married, innkeeper, Wales Portskewett
Frederick E. W. Love 17, son single, upholsterer, Birmingham
Eunice Emily Love 15, daughter scholar, Gloucestershire Bristol
Arthur Wallace Love 8, son scholar, Gloucestershire Bristol
Percy Abraham Bragg 7, son in law scholar, Gloucestershire Bristol
Margaret Jane Williams 21, servant single, barmaid, Gloucestershire Bristol
Elizabeth Reeves 50, servant widow, domestic, Wiltshire South Wraxall
George Cooper 50, servant widower, stableman, Somerset Basingstoke

CENSUS 1901.
Henry Bray 57, head married, Cornwall Bocastle
Christina Bray 53, wife married, licensed victualler, Scotland
Edmund Wilson 31, son married, assistant to victualler (barman), Scotland
Ada Wilson 31, daughter in law married, assistant to victualler (barmaid), Somerset Bath
Frances Lamb 21, servant single, general domestic servant, Lancashire Blackburn

BATH ROAD HOTEL Bath Road

1871. George Keighley
1871 - 78. Edmund Parish
1881 - 82. Frances Diana Tanner
1883 - 88. Abraham Bragg
1891 - 96. Frances Diana Love
1897 - 1909. Christiana Bray
1914 - 21. Mary Ann Brett
1925. George Brett
1928. Frank Weymouth
1931 - 44. Bertie Brett
1950. Henry Rennolds
1953. Thomas Bowman
1975. D. J. Pratt (Three Lamps)


162 Bath Road, Totterdown, on the corner with Park Street.  Prior to being converted into flats the Bath Road Hotel was known for many years as the Three Lamps.

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