Bridge Street
Bridge Street in 1875
Abstract of Indenture made the 31stMarch 1825 between The Rev James Harrington Evans of Hampstead, Middx, Clerk, John Joyce of Norton St. Phillips, Somereset and Thomas Joyce of Notting Hill, Middx, Factor of the first part, Caroline, Wife of the said James Harrington Evans of the second part, and William Harding of Bradford, Yeoman of the third part.paid £40. The last Will of Thomas Joyce, late of Freshford, Somerset,deceased to be holders for the Prebendial Manor of Bradford All that plot of Ground situate in the Parish of Bradford containing in width from east to west on the south side having 46 feetand on the north side thereof 51 feet there erected and ..from north to south on the west side thereof 89 feet and on the west side thereof 91 feet. Bounded on the west side buildings sold to Richard Newman on the East by ground sold to Joseph Mundy on the North by the river Avon and on the south by a Road leading from Bradford Bridge into the fields and also those buildings formerly used as Dyehouse on the south end of the said plot of being Lots 8,9 & 10 as previously advertised for sale on the 20th day of December last and part of premiuses described in the Court Roll of the said Manor as one Messuage and half yard Land with the appurtences aforesaid has the said William Harding during the life Israel James Hudson, now of Henbury,Gloucester, Esq., and Maria, wife of the said John Joyce and Caroline, Wife Of James Harrington Evans.
1841 Tithe Map and Listing of numbers

460 Queen's Head Inn, and premises, Col. William Miles (James Crisp)
461 House, Edward Tugwell Lawrence (John Rees Jones)
462 House, Thomas Hosier Saunders (Thomas Wheeler)
463 Two houses, Richard Newman (Himself)
464 House, Samuel Nicholls (Himself)
465 Two houses, William Collar (Himself)
466 Three houses, John Purnell (Himself)
467 Two tenements, and gardens, William Coles (Himself & others)
468 Two tenements, and gardens, William Coles (Himself & others)
469 House, and three tenements, Thomas Clc[a]velaiid (Himself)
470 House, yard, and premises, Stephen Mizen (Himself)
471 House, and garden, Charles Melsom (Himself)
472 House,garden and shops, Thomas Martin (himself)
473 House,garden and shops, Thomas Martin (himself)
474 Two houses, Mrs. Ann Melsom (Herself)
475 Three houses, James Moody (Himself)