HOPE & ANCHOR Jacob’s Wells Road

1800. Philip Elliott
1806 - 33. John Elliott
1834. J. Osborne
1837. C. Willett
1838 to 1848. Edward Roe
1849 to 1851. F. Bowbeer
1851. Jane Bowbeer
1852 to 1854. John Burge
1855 to 1860. James Hill
1861 to 1865. Elizabeth Hill
1866 to 1891. John Morgan
1891 - 99. Mary Webb
1901. Frederick Charles Morse
1901 - 04. Martha Morse
1906. William Lintern
1909 - 14. Martha Lintern
1921. Albert Blake
1925 - 31. Ellen Blake
1935. Francis Pratt
1937. Joseph Haberfield
1938 - 53. John Griffiths
1975. R. Swetman


Entry in Mathews’s Bristol & Clifton Directory 1861:
Hill E. Chimney sweeper, 3 Lower Berkeley Place, and Hope and Anchor, Jacob’s Wells

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CENSUS 1841.
Edward Roe 30, publican, not born in county
Sarah Roe 30, not born in county
George Roe 3, born in county
Sarah Roe 1, born in county
Charlotte Plenty 15, servant, not born in county
William Goodwin 37, labourer, not born in county
Bridget Goodwin 36, Irish
Jane Goodwin 6 months, Irish

CENSUS 1851.
Jane Bowbeer 30, head married, victualler, Bristol
Phillip Lewis 1, nephew, Bristol
Thomas Hanners 50, servant widower, general servant, Somerset Frome

CENSUS 1861.
Elizabeth Hill 42, head widow, victualler & chimney sweeper employing 2 men & 2 boys, Bristol
Elizabeth Hill 20, daughter unmarried, Bristol
Clara Hill 14, daughter, Bristol
Alice Maud Hill 8, daughter scholar, Bristol
Julia Eliza Hill 7, daughter scholar, Bristol
Jane Reed 24, servant unmarried, general servant, Ashton Somerset
Charles Jones 16, apprentice unmarried, apprentice chimney sweeper, Bristol

CENSUS 1871.
John Morgan 35, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Emma Morgan 32, wife married, Bristol
Emma Morgan 10, daughter scholar, Bristol
Elizabeth Morgan 6, daughter scholar, Bristol

John Morgan 4, son scholar, Bristol
Lavinia Morgan 3, daughter scholar scholar, Bristol

Clara Hill 23, sister in law, living on small income from house, Bristol
Alice Hill 18, sister in law unmarried, living on small income from house, Bristol
Elizabeth Silcock 27, servant unmarried, general servant, Monmouthshire Garndiffaith
Maria Harris 19, servant unmarried, general servant, Bristol
James Battell 19, servant unmarried, pot boy, Somerset Weston near Bath

CENSUS 1881.
Jacob’s Wells Brewery Spirit House
John Morgan 45, head married, brewer employing 2 men, Bristol
Emma Morgan 43, wife married, Bristol
Emma Morgan 20, daughter unmarried, Bristol
Elizabeth Morgan 17, daughter unmarried, Bristol
John Morgan 14, son scholar, Bristol
Ann Perkins 20, servant unmarried, barmaid, Somersetshire Stratton on the Foss
Ann Herring 18, servant unmarried, general domestic servant, Wiltshire Chippenham

CENSUS 1891.
John Morgan 55, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Emma Morgan 53, wife married, Bristol
Victoria Morgan 19, daughter single, assists in business, Bristol
Rosalind Morgan 13, daughter scholar, Bristol
Hector Campbell 7, grandson scholar, Bristol
Emma J. Gibbs 21, servant single, general domestic, Somerset Upcott
Louisa Werrett 39, servant widow, general domestic, Wiltshire Workton

CENSUS 1901.
Frederick Charles Morse 28, head married, licensed victualler, Weare Somerset
Martha Morse 34, wife married, Bristol
Cecil Morse 8, son, Bristol
Ethel May Morse 6, daughter, Bristol
Evaline Morse 4, daughter, Bristol
Amy Veail 17, niece single, Bristol
Francis Carr 52, visitor widow, retired railway official, Bristol
Alice Bridgwater 17, servant single, general domestic servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Martha Lintern 59, widow, licensee, Bristol
Alice Lintern 31, daughter single, assistant at home, South Australia Kapunda
Thomas Lintern 24, son single, clerk unemployed, South Australia North Adelaide
Clifford Lintern 16, son single, assistant at home, South Australia Port Adelaide