SPORTSMAN’S ARMS West Street

1870 - 79. Alfred Pillinger
1881.  William Pillinger
1882 - 83. William Williams
1884 to 1886. Edward Crandon
1887. Samuel Hasell
1888. Charles James Lee
1889 - 94. James Dallimore
1895 - 97. William Baker
1899 - 1901. William Davis
1904. John Millman
1906 - 09. William Davis
1911. George Thomas Apperley
1914. Robert Newton
1917 - 21. Walter Organ-Munday
1925 - 31. Charles Plaster
1935 - 44. Alfred Brookman
1950 - 53. Howard Brookman

Later named the Black Cat

CENSUS 1871.
Alfred Pillinger 34, head married, gardener & innkeeper, Bristol
Elizabeth Pillinger 36, wife married, laundress, Bristol
Rosa Bartlett 12, step daughter scholar, St.Georges Gloucestershire
Sarah A. Pillinger 12, daughter scholar, Bristol
Matilda Pillinger 11, daughter scholar, Bristol
Elizabeth Pillinger 8, daughter scholar, Bristol
Alfred Pillinger 2, son, Bristol
Kate Pillinger 1, daughter, Bristol

CENSUS 1881.
William J. Pillinger 24, head married, haulier employing 1 man, Bedminster
Sarah A. Pillinger 22, wife married, Bedminster
Albert Pillinger 2, son, Bedminster

CENSUS 1891.
James Dallimore 49, head married, labourer, Bedminster
Sarah Dallimore 51, wife married, pub, Bedminster
Alice Dallimore 17, daughter single, waistcoat maker, Bedminster
Emily Dallimore 14, daughter, apprentice, Bedminster
William Tooey 62, lodger widower, chair maker, Bark

CENSUS 1901.
William Davis 41, head married, publican (Sportsman’s Arms), Bishopsworth
Sarah Davis 42, wife married, Bedminster
Florence Davis 15, daughter, Bedminster
Kate Davis 11, daughter, Bedminster
Alfred Davis 16, son single, Bedminster
Charles Davis 3, son, Bedminster

CENSUS 1911.
George Thomas Apperley 35, head married, brewer & beer retailer, Pilning Gloucestershire
Sarah Anne Apperley, 43, wife married, assistant in business, Redcliff Bristol
Ellen Burt 22, step daughter single, domestic, Redcliff Bristol
Frank Valentine Burt 19, step son single, barman, Redcliff Bristol
Eva Apperley 14, daughter, domestic, St.Stephen’s Bristol
Ivy Apperley 12, daughter school, St.Stephen’s Bristol
George Apperley 10, son school, St.Stephen’s Bristol
Olive Apperley 8, daughter school, St.Stephen’s Bristol
Marie Apperley 6, daughter school, St.Augustine’s Bristol
John Apperley 4, son school, St.Augustine’s Bristol

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