CENSUS 1841.
Robert Phelps 40, victualler, not born in county
Mary Phelps 40, not born in county
Sarah Phelps 9, born in county
George Phelps 4, born in county
Edwin Phelps 3 months, born in county
Mary Piffe 15, not born in county
Charlotte Francis 23, servant, born in county

CENSUS 1851.
George Edgeworth 39, Publican, Bristol
Jane Edgeworth 38, Bristol
Jane Edgeworth 9, Bristol
Ann Sloper, Servant 25, Somerset

CENSUS 1861.
John Thatcher, head M 40, licensed victualler, Bristol
Mary Ann Thatcher, wife M 30, Keynsham Somerset
William J. Thatcher, son 6, scholar, Bristol
Emily M. Thatcher, daughter 4, scholar, Bristol
Clara Ann Thatcher, daughter 1, Bristol
Eliza Williams, servant 17, house servant, Bristol
Mercy ...?, servant U 19, nursemaid, Keynsham Somerset
George Baker, boarder M 33, brewer, Bristol

CENSUS 1871.
incorrectly recorded as the Rose & Crown
Edward Carey 60, head married, licensed victualler, Ireland
Jane Carey 54, wife married, Bristol

CENSUS 1881.
Albert Mines 39, head married, licensed victualler, Crossley Wiltshire
Julia Mines 30, wife married, Little Cheverell Wiltshire
Albert Mines 8, son scholar, Trowbridge Wiltshire
Annie Priscilla Mines 6, daughter scholar, Trowbridge Wiltshire
Julia Kate Mines 4, daughter scholar, Trowbridge Wiltshire
James Smith 30, visitor widower, iron worker, Bratton  Wiltshire

CENSUS 1891.
George H. Lewin 31, head married, licensed victualler, Leicester
Sarah J. Lewin 27, wife married, Worcester
Emma Butler 25, lodger single, dressmaker, Worcester

CENSUS 1901.
Although trading, no one was living at the Woolpack at the time of the census.

CENSUS 1911.
Thomas Oliver Davis 43, head married, publican, Cardiff
Thomas Arthur Davis 20, son, barman, Bristol

WOOLPACK Ellbroad Street

1754 - 55. Mary Gregory
1764. William Foot
1775. Abraham Gally
1787. Jonathan Freke
1792. ? Groves
1800. John Born
1806. William Ricketts
1816. James Bulger
1820. Jonathan Freke
1822. Charles Vickery
1823 - 26. Hannah Vickery
1828. G. England
1830 - 47. Robert Phelps
1848 to 1850. Mary Ann Phelps
1851 to 1857. George Edgeworth
1858 to 1860. Jane Edgeworth
1861 - 69. John Thatcher
1871 - 72. Edward Carey
1874 - 76. William Horwood Freame (jnr)
1877. William Whittaker
1879. Benjamin Hulbert
1881 - 82. Albert Mines
1883 to 1886. Silas Frost
1887. Fred Morrell
1888 - 89. John Francis Bank
1891 - 94. George Lewin
1896. Richard Parker
1897. Edward Goodman
1901. George Abel
1902. Weldon Watts
1904 - 06. Edmund Beech
1909. George Bowery
1911. Thomas Oliver Davis
1914 - 31. William Wiltshire
1935 - 44. Abraham Attwood
1950 - 53. Alfred Attwood

 

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From 1893 the Woolpack was one of two pubs incorporated into the Empire Theatre, the other being the White Hart around the corner in Old Market Street. Situated near the stage door the pub was a favourite haunt of both theatre goers and performers alike, the Empire closed in 1962 and by 1966 the area was cleared to make way for the new inner ring road and the Old Market roundabout.