CENSUS 1861.
John Hunt 48, head married, inn keeper, Pill Somerset
Louisa Hunt 45, wife married, Pill Somerset
Emma Davis 19, step daughter unmarried, barmaid, Pill Somerset
William Hanmore 66, boarder unmarried, mariner, Pill Somerset
Charles Frank 30, lodger married, merchant, Germany
Elizabeth Frank 30, lodger married, merchant’s wife, Germany

CENSUS 1871.
John Hunt 58, head married, licensed victualler, Somerset St.George
Louisa Hunt 55, wife married, Somerset St.George
Louisa E. Hunt 5, granddaughter, Somerset St.George
Eliza Knight 14, servant, general servant, Gloucestershire Bristol

CENSUS 1881.
John Hunt 68, head marreid, licensed victualler, Pill Somerset
Lousia Hunt 64, wife married, landlord’s wife, Pill Somerset
Louisa Bailey 15, granddaughter, landlord’s assistant, Pill Somerset

CENSUS 1891.
Albert Preston 32, head married, inn keeper, Somerset Pill
Eliza Preston 34, wife married, Somerset Pill
Louisa E. Preston 10, daughter, Somerset Pill
Edith Preston 2, daughter, Somerset Pill
Dora Preston 1, daughter, Somerset Pill

CENSUS 1901.
Albert Preston 42, head married, licensed victualler, Somerset Pill
Eliza Preston 46, wife married, Somerset Pill
Edith Preston 11, daughter, Somerset Pill
Dora Preston 10, daughter, Somerset Pill
Laura Preston 7, daughter, Somerset Pill

CENSUS 1911.
John Gerrish 57, head married, licensed victualler, Somerset Pill
Elizabeth Gerrish 56, wife married, Somerset Pill

The 1911 census reveals that not counting the scullery, landing, lobby, closet, bathroom; nor warehouse, office or shop, the Swan had 13 rooms.


1829. Charles Chaffey
1841. John Chaffey
1841 to 1855. Elizabeth Chaffey
1861 - 82. John Hunt
1884 - 87. Eliza Harris
1891 - 1901. Albert Preston
1903 - 35. John Gerrish
1936 to 1938. Elizabeth Gerrish

CENSUS 1841.
Swan Inn Passage Bank
John Chaffey 75, victualler, born in county
Elizabeth Chaffey 64, born in county
Louisa Davis 25, born in county
Sarah Davis 2, born in county
Elizabeth Maclacklin 11, servant, born in county
John Davis 30, butcher, born in county

CENSUS 1851.
Elizabeth Caffey 74, head widow, publican, Gloucestershire Henbury
Louisa Davis 35, daughter married, dressmaker, Somerset St.George
Eliza Macklaclan, 21, granddaughter unmarried, Somerset St.George
Emma Davis 10, granddaughter scholar, Somerset St.George
William Parfit 22, grandson unmarried, Newport Pilot, Somerset St.George
William Williams 59, lodger unmarried, carpenter, Somerset St.George

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