PILGRIM Pennywell Road

1853. Esther Randell
1860 - 81. William Pennington
1883 - 1901. Benjamin Pennington
1904 - 06. Francis Poman
1909 - 21. Thomas Hyde
1925 - 35. Ernest Hyde
1937 - 50. Albert Moore
1953. Clement Taylor

Early address for the Pilgrim was: No.1 Albion Place, Canning Street

CENSUS 1871.
William Pennington 40, head married, beer retailer, Bristol
Harriett Pennington 38, wife married, Bristol

Henry George James Pennington 7, son scholar, Bristol
Florence Ann Minnie Pennington 5, daughter, Bristol
John Arthur William Pennington 1, son, Bristol
Sarah Phipps 23, relative unmarried, dressmaker, Bristol

CENSUS 1881.
William Pennington 50, head married, beer retailer, Bristol
Harriett Pennington 49, wife married, Bristol
Henry Pennington 17, son unmarried, assists father in public house, Bristol
Flory Pennington 15, daughter, assists father in public house, Bristol
Arthur Pennington 11, son scholar, Bristol

CENSUS 1891.
Benjamin Pennington 47, head widower, beer & wine retailer, Bristol
Lillian Pennington 19, daughter single, Bristol
Ada Pennington 18, daughter, Bristol
Frank Pennington 14, son, Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
Benjamin Pennington 57, head widower, beer & wine retailer, Bristol

Ada M. Pennington 28, daughter single, Bristol
Frank A. Pennington 24, son single, clerk in clothing establishment, Bristol
Albert G. Pennington 22, son single, clerk at Co-operative Stores, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Thomas Hyde 48, head married, beer retailer, St.Philip’s Bristol
Ellen Hyde 45, wife married, St.Philip’s Bristol
Ernest William 22, son single, butcher, St.Philip’s Bristol
Frederick Hyde 19, son single, apprentice coach painter, St.Philip’s Bristol
Water Hyde 17, son single, butcher, St.Philip’s Bristol
Gilbert Hyde 15, son single, butcher’s errand boy, St.Philip’s Bristol
Reginald Hyde 11, son school boy, St.Philip’s Bristol  (spinal complaint since age 7)

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