tobacconists Mary Ann Wetherman, Berlin warehouse Charles William Bragge, public-accountant Evans & Hancock, marine assurance agents Sam. Kepple, china & glass warehouse S J Kepple & Son, 3 Clare Street (China and Glass) In October Samuel James Kepple was injured, during building repairs at his premises, by a large beam that fell through the skylight inflicting a scalp wound. photographers Joseph Thomas Harris, engineer and metal manufacturer William Theodore Watkins, solicitor James A. He was taken to the Infirmary where his wound was dressed by Mr Haarant and then went back to his home, Etruria Villa, Southfield Road, Cotham. auctioneers Richard William Morris, marine surveyor and broker Phillips and Miles, photographers Walter and Co. Biggs, ironmonger & cutler Henry Jacob Sturge, ironmongery & stove grate warehouse John Frost, artists’ repository Sargent and Yeoman, hat manufacturer Henry H. orem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry.
Clare Road, Victoria Road, Cotham George James Smith, Lindsay villa Charles Anthony Hensler, Black Forest villa Sebastian Smith John Looker George Acutt Charles Eustance Mrs Stone William Griffin, Charlton villa Frederick Smith, Kerry villa Mrs Mary Weston Mrs Hannah Shipley Henry Mawbey Thomas Woodhouse, Glenusk Clare Street, Corn Street to Drawbridge William and Freerick Morgan, stationers David Glass & Co. Wintle & Son, silk mercers and drapers James Smith, boot maker Phillips and Miles. produce brokers Thomas Gay, hosier and out-fitter William Coates, wholesale importer of fancy goods Reynold John Hall, stock and share broker J.
this pub was demolished in the late 1950’s for the second Bath Bridge which was opened in 1960.
South / 1906 Charles Howell 1909 Elizabeth Neil / 1914 - 21 Mary Mc Clean / 1925 - 38 Albert Richards / 1944 - 53 Frank Emery Jacob Huggins was a gardener and publican, on the 1841 census he is trading as a florist, in Paul Street. Furlong Mrs Elizabeth Mc Owan Henry Jenkins William Henry Bryant, grocer Thomas Badham Solomon Knight ? Philips Clarence Road, Bath Bridge to Bedminster Bridge Long & Bissicks, vict, Castle & Plough (pub) On the corner with Clarence Road.
Maughan Jeremiah Hanes (Union Cottages) Henry Chaffey John Vickery Edward Vallance Stephen Bush, Hillsbridge house Martha Morrison Ann Pavey, Hillsbridge cottages William German, Hillsbridge cottages Mary James (Vincent Place) William Stephens John Hamilton, optician Mrs Elizabeth Powell George Sims Sarah Cole Alfred Wallington Henry Reece, sign painter, etc Charles Light Thomas William Horn John Norton John Connelly, potato stores (Paradise Place) Charles Keedwell James T. Frederick Lyle Mrs Cole, ladies’ school Richard Webb, coal merchant Jane Weetch Capt.
Alden Llewellin Ford Emma Trott William Fivash James Donovan, sail maker Benjamin H. Tripp, establishment for young ladies John Adams (Laura Place) Major Campbell John Ancrum Thomas Brinsdon Frederick Joseph Bissicks John Newport, vict, Laura Tavern (pub) 1848 - 55.