On the corner with Little George Street, this pub was pulled down in the early 1980’s, Next door can be seen the Sportsman’s Arms. Built in the early eighteenth century St.Judes was Bristol’s first planned suburb, a shop opposite the Sportsman’s and a nearby pub, The Swan With Two Necks, survive from this time.

CENSUS 1841.
John Caryl 55, publican, not born in county
Sarah Caryl 35, not born in county
George George 35, excise officer, not born in county
Eliza George 15, not born in county
Selina George 11, born in county
Sophia Brown 25, servant, not born in county

CENSUS 1851.
Sarah Caryl 47, Widow, licensed victualler, Kingswood Gloucestershire.
Maria George 25, Niece, Rowde Wiltshire
Selina George 21, Niece, Bristol
Ann Winsborough 15, Niece, Minehead
George Walter Young 23, Visitor, Inland Revenue Officer, Littlebury
Eliza Cottle 17, Servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1861.
James Richards, head M 39, innkeeper, Bristol
Elizabeth Richards, wife M 34, Bristol
James T. Richards, son U 12, Bristol
Elizabeth A. Richards, daughter 6, Bristol

CENSUS 1871.
James Richards 50, head widower, licensed victualler, Croyd Devon
James T. Richards 22, son unmarried, gas fitter, Bristol
Eliza Richards 16, daughter unmarried, barmaid, Bristol
Kate Richards 9, daughter, Bristol
Eliza Cotton 18, servant unmarried, general domestic servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1881.
James T. Richards 32, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Emily Richards 30, wife married, Bristol
James Richards 7, son scholar, Bristol
Florence E. Richards 6, daughter scholar, Bristol
Kate E. Richards 4, daughter scholar, Bristol
Edith R. Richards 2, daughter, Bristol
Kate Richards 19, sister unmarried, dressmaker, Bristol
Elizabeth Redman 17, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1891.
William W. Bide 35, head married, innkeeper, Somerset Yeovil
Louisa Bide 34, wife married, Bristol St.Philip’s

CENSUS 1901.
Harry John White 37, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Mary Ann White 34, wife married, Bristol
Lilian White 6, daughter, Bristol
Ernest White 4, son, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.

Joshua Dorymeade 66, head widower, publican, Berwick St.John
Minnie Chorlet Moris (
sic) 43, servant widow, house keeper, Bristol
David Morris 19, boarder single, grocery shop assistant, Bristol

SHIP INN Wade Street

1794. Hugh Roberts
1806 - 16. James Poole
1820 - 22. William Newman
1823 - 26. Evan David
1828. J. Knill
1831 - 45. John Caryl
1845 to 1855. Sarah Caryl
1856. R. M. Tytherley
1860 - 80. James Richards
1881 - 82. James T. Richards
1883 to 1891. Elizabeth Morris
1891 - 97. Louisa Bide
1899 - 1904. Henry John White
1906 - 11. Joshua Dorymeade
1914 - 31. William Symes
1935 - 38. William Hooper
1944. George Hooper
1950. Leslie Herbert Green
1953. Arthur Spurrier

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