Content generated during research for the paperback book 'Bristol: Ethnic Monorities and the City 1000-2001' (ISBN 13 : 978-1-86077-477-5 ) for the England's Past for Everyone series
Rais Hyder came to England in 1962 from Karachi in Pakistan.
This book contains the names of the various Welsh traders (mostly women) who traded on the Welsh Back in Bristol in the eighteenth and early ninete
Later medieval Bristol was one of England’s three largest cities, and its most important provincial port, so it is not surprising that it attracted
The table shows people of African descent who lived in Bristol. Scipio Africanus (1720) was one of them.
The Malcom X Elders, inclusing Princess Campbell.
By 2001, some sixty years of 'Asian migration' had had a discernible impact on Bristol's cityscape.
Joseph St. Clair, ‘the black dentist’ from Barbados married a Bristol girl, Mabel Stallard, and made a relatively good living in interwar Bristol.
The National Archive, E179/113/103: 1440 grant of Alien Subsidy, Bristol return dated 27 July 1441 (extract)
Thaddeus Kosciuszko was born in Poland on February 4, 1746, son of Ludwik and Tekla Kosciuszko.
Raja Rammohan Roy was born of a distinguished Brahmin family in Bengal.