There are openings in the 11-16 that are all of the Bristol family. Therefore they are all named Bristol initially with some additions during the 2-move and/or 3-move era. One can see a fine example out of it example of them in Basic Checkers where Richard Fortman grouped the openings.
11-16 forms the Bristol family.
11-16, 21-17, 8-11 forms the Oliver’s Twister so named by William Ryan to honor his fellow-townsman Oliver Mauro, who pioneered much of the early play in this line.
11-16, 21-17, 10-14 forms The Shark one of the barred opening deemed to be a loss and excluded from the 3-move deck list.
11-16, 22-18, 8-11 forms the Millbury, in respect to Roland E. Bowen, the noted player, author and problemist, who resided in that Massachusetts village.
11-16, 22-18, 10-14, 25-22, 8-11, 24-20, 16-19, 23-16, 14-23, 26-19 forms The White Doctor a gambit line. So named by Johnson Robertson in July 1870.
11-16, 22-18, 10-15 forms The Cheetah one of the barred opening deemed to be a loss and excluded from the 3-move deck list.
11-16, 23-18, 16-20 forms the Bristol Cross initially only 11-16, 23-18 but in the 3-move era the 16-20 was added. The name was given by Mr. J. Robertson, Berwick.
11-16, 23-18, 7-11 forms The Manchester so named after noted English Analyst Matthew Atkinson who resided in the city.
11-16, 24-19 forms the Paisley is a Scottish girls name meaning church of cemetery and it is as well a Scottish town. This name was given by J. D. Javier with other authors following lead.
11-16, 23-19, 16-23 forms The Black Widow initially barred but after years of analysis did enter the 3-move deck in 2003 as it is believed to be drawable.
11-16, 24-19, 8-11, 22-18, 4-8, 26-22, 16-20 forms The Jaywalker a gambit line so named after A. J. Heffner, of Boston, former Champion of America.
11-16, 22-17, 9-13 forms The Wilderness Companion initially barred but after years of analysis did enter the 3-move deck in 2003 as it is believed to be drawable.