PORTLAND HOUSE Bishop Street

1871 to 1872. Samuel Ware
1873 to 1891. Henry Cook
1891 to 1896. Thomas Edward Bray
1897 to 1904. George Poole
1905. Mrs Dulcibella Tyne
1909. Thomas Jones
1914 - 17. John Astill
1921. Harry Heal
1925. Henry Whatley
1928 - 31. Walter Souls
1935. John Curry
1937. Edwin Hunt
1938 to 1940. Albert Iles
1940 - 50. William Heale
1953. William Craig
1960. Cyril Ellaway



CENSUS 1871.
Samuel Ware 29, head married, cellarman, Devon Woodbury
Elizabeth Ware 28, wife married, Devon Exeter
Thomas Davis 20, lodger unmarried, clerk to wine merchant, Bristol
Emily M. Davis 22, sister unmarried, no business, Somerset Highbridge

CENSUS 1881.
Henry Cook 62, head married, wine & beer retailer, Bristol
Mary A. Cook 50, wife married, Bristol
Eliza A. Cook 22, daughter unmarried, Somerset Bedminster
Matilda Cook 16, daughter unmarried, pupil teacher, Kent Deptford
Emily Jane Cook 15, daughter scholar, Bristol
Elizabeth Cook 28, sister in law married, annuitant, Gloucestershire Stapleton
Lily E. Cook 1, granddaughter, Devon Devonport

CENSUS 1891.
Portland Wine Vaults
Henry Cook 72, head married, wine & beer retailer, Bristol
Mary A. Cook 62, wife married, Bristol
Emily J. Cook 22, daughter single, milliner, Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
George Poole 58, head married, publican, Somerset Bishopsworth
Sarah A. Poole 51, wife married, Somerset Chew Stoke

 

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