CENSUS 1841.
Thomas Catlin 40, inn keeper, born in county
Ann Catlin 35, not born in county
Mary Catlin 10, born in county

John Catlin 9, born in county
Lydia Catlin 7, born in county
Wiliam Catlin 6, born in county
Thomas Catlin 4, born in county
Joseph Millard 20, servant, not born in county
Mary Prosser 25, servant, born in county

Elizabeth Morrison 15, servant, born in county

CENSUS 1851.

Thomas Catlin 56, head married, victualler, Gloucestershire Kingsweston
Ann Catlin 53, wife married, Monmouthshire
Mary Ann Painter 20, daughter married, Gloucestershire Shirehampton
Lydia Catlin 17, daughter unmarried, Gloucestershire Shirehampton

William Catlin 16, son, Gloucestershire Shirehampton
Thomas Catlin 14, son, Gloucestershire Shirehampton
Jane Catlin 8, daughter, Gloucestershire Shirehampton
Lorenzo Sealey 32, servant unmarried, ostler, Wiltshire Sutton Benger

CENSUS 1861.
Ann Catlin 62, head widow, inn keeper, Monmouthshire
Thomas Catlin 24, son unmarried, mariner, Gloucestershire Shirehampton
Jane Catlin 18, daughter unmarried, barmaid, Gloucestershire Shirehampton
William Portman 61, servant widower, ostler, Herefordshire
Jane Townsend 34, servant unmarried, general servant, Gloucestershire Iron Acton

CENSUS 1871.
Cornelius Bridle 44, head married, inn keeper, Winsham Somreset
Elizabeth Bridle 47, wife married, Timsbury Somerset
James Brindle 16, son unmarried, Shirehampton Westbury on Trym
Sedly Bridle 13, son scholar, Shirehampton Westbury on Trym
Sinclair Bridle 7, son scholar, Shirehampton Westbury on Trym
Eliza Harding 19, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Pilning Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1881.
Frederick Aplin 43, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Henrietta Aplin 44, wife married, Bristol
Henrietta Aplin 18, daughter unmarried, Bristol
Florence Aplin 15, daughter scholar, Bristol
Emma Aplin 9, daughter scholar, Bristol
Louisa Aplin 8, daughter scholar, Bristol
Charles Aplin 3, son scholar, Bristol
Eliza Lewis 19, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Bristol
John Slack 16, servant unmarried, inn servant, Somerset Pill
Sidney S. Sturgis 23, son in law married, accountant, Wiltshire North Bradley
Ellen E. Sturgis 20, daughter married, Bristol

CENSUS 1891.
Edward D. Chaddock 43, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Susan Chaddock 40, wife married, Williton Somerset
William Henry Chaddock 17, steam engine fitter, Bristol
Arthur Edward Chaddock 16, son unmarried, lithographer artist, Bristol
Amy E. Chaddock 11, daughter scholar, Bristol
Ellen C. Cowles 19, niece single, teacher in school, St.George Gloucestershire
Alice Mortimer 30, visitor single, living on own means, Bristol
Aiice Mudge 15, visitor single, living on own means, Bristol
James Davis 20, servant single, gardener & servant, Shirehampton Gloucestershire
Mary Date 19, servant single, domestic servant, Peckham London

CENSUS 1901.
Frederic Little 36, head married, hotel keeper, Scotland
Daisy Little 30, wife married, France British Subject
F. McDonald 21, sister in law, barmaid, France British Subject
Florence Little 6, daughter, Devon Plymouth
Harold Little 4, son, Devon Plymouth
Irene Little 2, daughter, Gloucestershire Shirehampton
A. Usher 21, female servant single, general domestic servant, Gloucestershire Avonmouth
H. Richards 16, male servant single, ostler, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Harry Hobb 55, head married, licensed victualler, Pilliton Cornwall
Rosa Caroline Hobb 39, wife married, assistant in business, Puriton Somerset
Lila Scapens 19, assistant single, assistant in business, Bristol
Harold William Bromfield 17, assistant single, assistant in business, Stoke Bishop Bristol
Joan Rose Hobb 5 months, daughter, Shirehampton Bristol

GEORGE INN High Street

1769. Ann Chadwell
1775 - 1810. Thomas Saunders
1810. John Collins
1813 - 15. Richard Thomas
1816. John Austin
1833 - 56. Thomas Catlin
1856 to 1865. Ann Catlin
1870 - 74. Cornelius Bridle
1876. George Carter
1879. George West
1881 - 88. Frederick J. Applin
1891. Edward Chaddock
1893 - 94. Susan Chaddock
1897 - 1901. Frederick Little
1903 - 18. Harry Hobb
1921. William Leat
1925 - 35. Frank Adams-Gainsford
1937 - 38. Edward Hemmens
1944. Arthur Whiteman
1950 - 53. Wilson Dennis Wild
1960. Alec Bracey
1975. C. G. White


The present George Inn was built in 1929 replacing the one in the picture which dates from 1811. An interesting history of the George can be found here

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