Scotchman & His Pack

CENSUS 1871.
John White 75, head married, publican, Stuminster Dorset
Julia White 58, wife married, Bristol
Charles William Craymer 24, head married, accountant, Bristol
Julia Craymer 23, wife married, Bristol
Lilly J. E. Craymer 3, daughter, Bristol
Violet M. Craymer 2, daughter, Bristol
Julia Taylor 19, servant unmarried, barmaid, Newport Monmouthshire
Louisa Taylor 16, servant unmarried, barmaid, Wales


CENSUS 1881.
Emily Millman 32, head widow, beerhouse keeper, Bristol
Ellen Barber 19, niece unmarried, barmaid, Bristol


CENSUS 1891.
Emily Millman 42, head widow, tavern keeper, Bristol
Mary Wiliams 52, servant widow, general servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
Emily Millman 51, head widow, beer retailer, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Emily Millman 63, head widow, wine vaults keeper, Bristol
Emma Hussey 62, sister in law married, Bristol



SCOTCHMAN & HIS PACK St.Michael’s Hill


1775. Henry Taylor

1793 - 1805. William Manfield

1815 - 19. Abraham Whitlaw

1821 - 32. Thomas Oswald

1836 - 51. Thomas Dowell

1851. Samuel Simms (manager)

1852 - 55. Sophia Cambridge

1857 - 67. Charles Stephens

1868 to 1875. William Simpson

1876 to 1881. John Llewellin

1882 to 1886. George Margrate

1887 to 1900. Charles Grimster

1901 - 16. Charles R. H. Yandell

1920 - 24. Sidney Whitewood

1927. Peter Hayman

1930 - 53. George Tyler

1960. E. H. Stockford


William Manfield was also a baker

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BRISTOL’S LOST PUBS

A picture from the 1890s

1860s view of the pub, with Horfield Road off right and the sign of the Colston’s Arms just up the road