CENSUS 1841.
Blue Anchor
William Stone 30, publican, not born in county
Mariah Stone 25, not born in county
Weston Stone 4, born in county
Elizabeth Stone 2, born in county
Lucy 1, born in county
Letitia Stone 20, servant, not born in county

CENSUS 1851.

Robert Bobbey 59, head married, inn keeper, Oxfordshire Middleton
Elizabeth Bobbey 56, wife married, inn keeper’s wife, Hertfordshire Hatchen
Sarah Bobbey 27, daughter unmarried, inn keeper’s daughter, Hertfordshire Hatchen

CENSUS 1861.
Blue Anchor
John Stokes 50, head married, licensed victualler and farmer of 50 acres, employing 2 labourers and a boy, Somerset Portbury
Mary Stokes 40, wife married, Somerset Chew Stoke
Emily Stokes 14, daughter, Somerset Portbury

CENSUS 1871.
William Hardwick 56, head married, publican, Somerset Portbury
Mary Hardwick 57, wife married, Somerset St.George
Mary J. Hardwick 21, daughter unmarried, Somerset Portbury
Emily Hardwick 15, daughter unmarried, Somerset Portbury
Susannah Garratt 9, granddaughter, Somerset St.George

CENSUS 1881.
Robert Tratman 30, head married, blacksmith, Gloucestershire Tytherington
Hester Tratman 28, wife married, Somerset Winford

CENSUS 1891.
Hester Tratman 36, head widow, inn keeper, Somerset Winford
Robert J. Tratman 5, son, Somerset Ham Green
William A. Tratman 5, son, Somerset Ham Green
Annie Lee 17, niece single, general domestic servant, Gloucestershire Fishonds
Annie Pope 12, visitor, Somerset Abbott’s Leigh
John H. Fry 43, lodger married, living on own means, Somerset Bath

CENSUS 1901.
Hester Tratman 47, head widow, licensed victualler, Somerset Winford
William Tratman 15, son, barman, Somerset Ham Green
Ann Lee 26, niece single, assistant, Gloucestershire Fishponds
Ann Longman 53, sister widow, living on own means, Somerset Winford

CENSUS 1911.
Albert Thomas Shepherd 47, head married, joiner and licensed victualler, Pill Somerset
Celia Ann Shepherd 47, wife married, Frampton Cotterell Gloucestershire
Albert Ernest Shepherd 17, son single, student, Bristol
Vera Elaine Shepherd 10, daughter, school, Bristol

ANCHOR Ham Green

1841 - 44. William Stone
1851 - 53. Robert Bobbey
1858 - 61. John Stokes
1865. S. Prior
1871 - 72. William Hardwick
1874 - 76. Mary Hardwick
1881 - 86. Robert Tratman
1887 - 1901. Hester Tratman
1906. C. Bryant
1911. Albert Thomas Shepherd
1914 - 23. Celia Ann Shepherd
1928 - 38. Ernest Bond
1947. Douglas Hugo Bond
1960 - 62. Milroy Jennings



Albert Shepherd was a joiner and licensed victualler. In 1947 Douglas Bond paid an annual rent of £40, landlords were the Bristol Brewery Georges & Co. Limited

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