VELINDRA Commercial Road

Prince of Wales
1853 - 54. William Smith
1855. Patrick Byrne
1860. Edward Loveridge
1861. Alfred Parnall

Velindra
1863. Ann Davis
1865. Joseph Miller
1866. John Eyre
1868. Charlotte Summerhayes
1871 - 72. Edward Jacobs
1875. Mayo Arrall
1876 to 1878. Frederick Ballenger
1879. Frederick Davies
1881. Charles Triggle
1881. Emily Triggle
1883. William Windows
1885 - 86. John Walton
1888. Ann Gray
1889 - 96. Job Parfitt
1897 - 99. Ellen Gorman
1901 - 11. Alfred Gillett
1914. Joseph Boulton
1917. Francis Larway
1921. Caroline Bryant
1925. Thomas Perks
1928 - 31. Albert Parker
1935 - 44. John Bamber
1950 - 76. William C. Bright

Originally known as the Prince of Wales, the Velindra was named after the Cardiff Steam Navigation Company’s steamer, the Velindra, which was berthed around the corner at Bathurst Basin.

CENSUS 1861.
Alfred Parnall 38, head married, victualler, Thornbury Gloucestershire
Mary Parnall 40, wife married, Aust Gloucestershire
Wiliam Parnall 11, nephew, Thornbury Gloucestershire
Frederick Garrett 17, lodger unmarried, agricultural labourer, Newton Wiltshire


CENSUS 1871.
Edward Jacobs 31, head married, publican, Hayes Middlesex
Caroline Jacobs 30, wife married, publican's wife, Langport Somerset
Edward N. Jacobs 5, son scholar, Enfield Middlesex
William Harman Jacobs 3, son scholar, Enfield Middlesex
Rosa Florence Jacobs 1, daughter, Wickford Essex
Leah Short 20, servant unmarried, general domestic servant, Iron Acton Gloucestershire
Joseph Griffiths 26, general labourer, Iron Acton Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1881.
Emily Triggle 26, head unmarried, beer seller, Bristol
William Triggle 19, brother unmarried, carpenter, Bristol
Ellen Triggle 15, sister unmarried, Bristol

CENSUS 1891.
Job Parfitt 51, head married, publican, Somerset Camerton
Melinda Parfitt 50, wife married, Somerset Backwell
Emily Collins 28, servant single, generl domestic servant, Bedminster

CENSUS 1901.
Alfred Gillett 37, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol Bedminster Down
Sarah Ellen Gillett 36, wife married, Bristol
Richard Alfred Gillett 2, son, Bristol
Edward James Gillett 11 days, son, Bristol
Eliza Gillett 39, sister single, barmaid, Bristol Bedminster Down
Ann Allen 65, boarder married, monthly nurse, Somerset Coker
Florence Cook 18, servant single, domestic servant, Wales
Elizabeth Stenner 10, visitor, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Alfred Gillett 46, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Sarah Ellen Gillett 47, wife married, Bristol
Rosina Osmond 28, servant single, general servant, Gloucestershire
James Landsdown 73, boarder single, Somerset Bath

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