SHIP INN Cathay


1775. William Wyatt

1792. William Hughes

1794. Edward Carter

1800 - 05. Thomas Smith

1815 - 22. John Harford

1825 - 33. William Gammon

1836 - 40. John Hathaway

1840 - 41. William Brown

1843 - 52. George Godfrey

1853 to 1891. Benjamin Smith

1891. Charles Smith

1892 to 1899. Thomas Hookway Gange

1900. Henry Hulbert

1901 - 11. Walter Pomphrey

1913. Henry Walters

1916 - 20. Thomas Thomas

1924. Alfred Tapper

1927. Joseph Glennell

1930. Edward Sanders

1934 - 43. George Sixsmith

1949 - 52. Lilian Sixsmith

1960 - 62. Dennis Roberts

CENSUS 1841.

William Brown 50, publican, not born in county

Sibyl Brown 45, not born in county

Harriett Harris 18, servant, not born in county

William Jones 20, carpenter, not born in county

Unknown female aged 20


CENSUS 1851.

George Godfrey 62, head married, licensed victualler, London

Harriett Godfrey 58, wife married, Somerset Axbridge

Henry Godfrey 18, son unmarried, Bristol

Caroline Godfrey 29, daughter unmarried, Bristol

Charlotte Godfrey 27, daughter, Bristol

Elizabeth Wall 21, servant unmarried, general servant, Bristol

William Bishop 23, visitor unmarried, painter, Bristol


CENSUS 1861.

Benjamin Smith 38, head married, licensed victualler, Gloucestershire Stroud

Emma Smith 45, wife married, Bristol

Fanny Smith 8, daughter scholar, Bristol

Helen Smith 6, daughter scholar, Bristol

Henry James Smith 4, son scholar, Bristol

Charles George Smith 3, son, Bristol

Mary Pritchard 22, servant widow, general servant, Bristol

Catherine Ann Brodie 23, servant unmarried, nurse, Liverpool

Robert Vincent 18, servant unmarried, assists in brewing, Somerset Queen Camel


CENSUS 1871.

Benjamin Smith 48, head married, licensed victualler, Gloucestershire Stroud

Emma F. Smith 54, wife married, City of Bristol

Emily F. Smith 18, daughter unmarried, City of Bristol

Ellen K. Smith 16, daughter unmarried, City of Bristol

Henry James Smith 14, son scholar, City of Bristol

Charles G. Smith 13, son scholar, City of Bristol


CENSUS 1881.

Benjamin Smith 56, head married, licensed victualler, Gloucestershire Stroud

Emma F. Smith 63, wife married, Bristol

Charles G. Smith 22, son unmarried, Bristol

Helen K. Smith 26, daughter unmarried, Bristol

Annie Simmonds 21, servant widow, general domestic servant, Bristol


CENSUS 1891.

Charles G. Smith 30, son single, licensed victualler, Bristol

Walter W. Scammell 17, servant single, barman, Bristol

Jane Thomas 45, servant widow, general domestic servant, Bristol


CENSUS 1901.

Walter Pomphrey 42, head married, publican, Bristol St.Philip’s

Annie Pomphrey 36, wife married, Somerset Radstock

Lillian F. Pomphrey 16, daughter single, Bristol St.Philip’s

Ellen E. Pomphrey 14, daughter, Bristol St.George

Mildred A. Pomphrey 10, daughter, Bristol St.Philip’s


CENSUS 1911.

Walter Pomphrey 52, head married, hotel keeper, Gloucestershire Bristol

Annie Pomphrey 47, wife married, help in hotel, Somerset Radstock

Mildred Pomphrey 20, daughter single, help in hotel, Gloucestershire Bristol


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