CENSUS 1851.
William Bateman 35, head married, grocer, Bristol St.Peter’s
Martha Bateman 38, wife married, Bristol Lower Easton
William Bateman 10, son scholar, Bristol Baptist Mills
Frederick Bateman 6, son scholar, Bristol Baptist Mills
Edward Bateman 5, son scholar, Bristol Baptist Mills
Albert Bateman 2, son scholar, Bristol Baptist Mills
Sarah Bateman 66, mother, shoe binder, Bristol Christchurch

CENSUS 1861.
William Bateman 45, head married, grocer, Bristol St.John’s
Martha Bateman 48, wife married, Bristol St.George
William Bateman 20, son unmarried, printer, Bristol St.James & St.Paul
Frederick Bateman 16, son unmarried, cordwainer, Bristol St.James & St.Paul
Edward Bateman 15, son, lithographic printer, Bristol St.James & St.Paul
Albert Bateman 12, son scholar, Bristol St.James & St.Paul
Henry Bateman 8, son scholar, Bristol St.James & St.Paul

CENSUS 1871.
Edward William Bateman 25, head married, lithographic printer and beer house keeper, Bristol St.James & St.Paul
Ellen Bateman 25, wife married, Gloucestershire Olveston

CENSUS 1891.
James Burge 45, head married, banker Mason, London Poplar
Matilda Burge 46, retailer of beer etc., Bristol
Amelia Burge 14, daughter, Bristol
Matilda Burge 9, daughter, Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
John Jarvis 57, head married, publican, Scotland
Annie Jarvis 50, wife married, Bristol
Arthur Jarvis 24, son single, assurance clerk, Kent Woolwich
Edith Jarvis 22, daughter single, Essex Colchester
Jessie Jarvis 19, daughter single, tailoress, Essex Colchester
Beatrice Jarvis 15, daughter, Ireland
Alfred Jarvis 9, son, Ireland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BOTANY TAVERN  Conduit Place

1844 - 69. William Bateman
1871 - 76. Edward William Bateman
1877. Thomas Forse
1878. Mrs. Long
1883 - 92. James Burge
1899 - 1904. John Jarvis
1914. John Winter
1917 - 21. William Fletcher
1928 - 31. William Oldfield
1935 - 50. George Marshall
1953. Randolph Stanley
1975. F. Poole


In 1887 the pub and adjoining cottage were valued at £625.  William Bateman was a shoe maker at this address in 1841; later, a grocer and beer retailer.  The pub’s name first appears in 1848.


 

 


 

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