Old England

CENSUS 1841.

George Stokes 42, publican, not born in county

Mary Stokes 30, not born in county

Francis Stokes 9, not born in county

Richard Stokes 8, not born in county

Fanny Stokes 7, not born in county

Alfred Stokes 4, not born in county

Thomas Stokes 3, not born in county

Sarah Stokes 1, not born in county

Henry Edney 25, servant, not born in county

Jane Barnes 20, servant, not born in county

Sarah Doling 20, nurse, born in county

........ Stokes 5 minutes, born in county


CENSUS 1851.

John Pope 38, head married, publican, Bristol

Mary Pope 38, wife married, Bristol

Charles Pope 6, son scholar at home, Bristol

Mary Pope 4, daughter, Bristol

Sarah Skeates 55, servant unmarried, general servant, Bristol

William Crook 14, servant, general servant, Bristol


CENSUS 1861.

John Cope 45, head married, licensed victualler, Shropshire Shrewsbury

Eliza Cope 36, wife married, Guernsey British Subject

Charles Henry Cope 1, son, Bristol

Esther Loxton 30, servant married, Somerset Midsomer Norton


CENSUS 1871.

John Cope 55, head married, inn keeper, Shropshire

Eliza Cope 46, wife married, Guernsey

Charles Henry Cope 11, son scholar, Bristol

James Cope 9, son scholar, Bristol

Sarah Ann King 19, servant unmarried, general servant, Bristol


CENSUS 1881.

George Margrath 32, head married, publican, Bristol

Sarah Margrath 29, wife married, Bristol

Blanch Margrath 3, daughter scholar, Bristol

William Margrath 2, son, Bristol

Frederick Margrath 11 months, Bristol

Ann Cann 51, mother in law widow, annuitant, Bristol

Bertha Nott 21, visitor unmarried, Bristol

Cecil Davis 18, female inn servant & barmaid, Bristol

Mary J. O’Brien 16, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Bristol


CENSUS 1891.

Andrew Beattie 49, head married, hotel keeper, Scotland

Elizabeth A. Beattie 44, wife married, Devon Plymouth

Rose Bidgood 19, servant single, Somerset Bedminster


CENSUS 1901.

Edward Cranfield 28, head single, licensed victualler, Bristol

Alice Cranfield 50, mother widow, Bristol

Beaumont Cranfield 26, professional cricketer, Bath Somerset

William Cranfield 24, brother married, saddler (black), London Whitechapel

Hellen Cranfield 22, sister in law married, Bristol

Herbert Cranfield 21, brother single, wine merchant’s clerk, London Upper Clapton

Alice Cranfield 22, sister single, London Brixton

Ethel Russell 20, sister married, London Brixton

Lionel Cranfield 17, brother single, London Brixton

Percy Cranfield 15, brother, Bristol

William Cranfield 1, nephew, Bristol


CENSUS 1911.

William Hartley Richardson 40, head married, licensed victualler, Ambleside Westmoreland, British subject

Mabel Mary Richardson 38, wife married, assisting in business, London Middlesex, British subject

Sabina Shedder 63, sister in law single, assisting in house, London Middlesex, British subject



OLD ENGLAND Bath Buildings


1794 - 1800. Thomas Rennison

1806. Elisha West

1816. Thomas Rennison

1820 - 22. James Cottell

1823. Robert Petheram

1826. J. Bristow

1828 - 37. Charles Rossiter

1839. William Cottle

1840. Charles Cowper

1841 - 44. George Stokes

1848 - 49. Peter Symonds

1851 - 53. John Pope

1855. George Sinnett

1856 - 57. James Putt

1861 - 77. John Cope

1878 - 81. George Margrath

1887 - 91. Andrew Beattie

1892 - 99. Alfred Preen

1901 - 09. Edward Cranfield

1911.  William Hartley Richardson

1914. Mabel Richardson

1917 - 28. Frederick Roberts

1931 - 35. Frederick Thom

1937 - 38. Cecil Gowen

1944 - 50. Lillian Slade

1953. Herbert Willams

1960. W. J. Clark

1975. M. Clark

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