Accurate transcriptions of the 1921 census are being added to the pub history site, starting with London.
Nuneaton pub history index
In 1891, William Eales is at the Cripples Inn, Snow Hill and appears to be the New Inn, Bucks Hill in 1901 when he is still here.
The New Inn, Bucks Hill. It was built on the site of an early 19th century pub called The Cripples, and was always referred to by that name by local people. It is now long gone.
Kindly provided by Anthony Barnes
Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Warwickshire.
Residents at this address
1880/Lewis Cooper Copson, Cripples Inn, Chapel end, Stockingford/../Kellys Directory
1891/William Eales/Licensed Victualler/41/Tipton, Staffordshire/Census
1891/Dinah Eales/Wife/41/Tipton, Staffordshire/Census
1891/Agnes Eales/Daughter, HOuse Help/18/West Bromwich, Staffordshire/Census
1891/Thomas Eales/Son, Fitters Apprentice/16/West Bromwich, Staffordshire/Census
1891/Florence Eales/Daughter/13/Stockingford, Warwickshire/Census
1891/Patience Eales/Daughter/10/Stockingford, Warwickshire/Census
1891/William Eales/Son/8/Stockingford, Warwickshire/Census
1891/Ann Eales/Daughter/6/Stockingford, Warwickshire/Census
1891/Edith Eales/Daughter/2/Stockingford, Warwickshire/Census
1912/Mrs Mary Ann Simpson, New Inn, Stockingford/../Kellys Directory
1940/Hugh Edward Sephton/../../Kellys Directory