CENSUS 1881.

John Harding 56, head married, inn keeper, Devon Berryharbor

Matilda Harding 55, wife married, Devon Churchstanton

John Harding 22, son unmarried, butcher, Bristol Bedminster

Annie Vearncombe 21, visitor unmarried, Somerset Milverton


CENSUS 1891.

Susannah Harding 65, head widow, licensed victualler, Devon Churchstanton

Mary L. Vearncombe 63, visitor single, living on own means, Devon Churchstanton

Frances Podd 61, visitor widow, living on own means, Somerset Bath

Sarah Ford 68, visitor widow, pauper, Somerset Chelwood

Gertrude Weaver 16, servant single, domestic servant, Bristol


CENSUS 1901.

Henry Parker 49, head married, parchment maker, Hampshire Portsmouth

Mary A. Parker 47, wife married, Bristol

Elizabeth Neil 26, daughter married, Bristol

Edith Parker 17, daughter single, London

Leonard Neil 2, grandson, Bedminster Bristol


CENSUS 1911.

William Henry Erwin 28, head married, publican, Temple Bristol

Louisa Erwin 29, wife married, Bedminster Bristol


PRINCESS ROYAL St.Luke’s Road


1871 - 76. John Baker

1877. Matida Baker

1878 to 1885. John Harding

1886 - 1893. Susannah Matilda Harding

1895 - 96. William Weymouth

1900 - 01. Henry James Parker

1903 - 09. William Erwin

1911. William Henry Erwin

1914 - 17. Mrs. A. Crandon

1921. Albert Crandon

1925 - 37. Sidney Price

1938 - 44. Daisy Kate Ball

1950 - 53. Albert Ludlow


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