LONDON INN Cannon Street

1775. William Morgan
1815 - 19. Thomas Lamprey
1821. Charles Lamprey
1822 - 29. Charlotte Lamprey
1830 - 33. Mary Clements
1836. Charlotte Lamprey
1838 - 41. John Abbott
1842. Henry Williams
1843 - 49. John Spiller
1851 - 52. John Thompson
1853 to 1856. Joseph Bridgeman
1857. John Wall
1859. Jeremiah Reay
1862 - 66. Thomas Farmer
1867 - 88. John Rowe
1890 -1903. Aubrey Lock
1905. Frederick Carr
1908. Emma Carr
1911 - 16. Harry Hopkins
1920 - 24. Charles Marr
1927 - 30. Edward Godwin
1934 - 37. William York
1943 - 52. Albert Tew
1960. E. A. Bird
1975. F. A. Hennessy

CENSUS 1841.
John Abbott 35, victualler, born in county
Marion Abbott 37, wife, born in county
Mary Ann Abbott 4, daughter, born in county
Sarah Jane Abbott 2, daughter, born in county
Emma Abbott 6 months, daughter, born in county
Jane Abbott 70, nurse, born in county
Harriet Harman 13, nursemaid, born in county
Dina Richards 20, housemaid, born in county
James Larcombe 35, ostler, born in county

CENSUS 1851.
John Thompson 56, head marreid, licensed victualler, Rutland Oakham
Maria Thompson 57, wife married, Hampshire Stockbridge
Sarah Thompson 12, daughter, Middlesex Islington
Eliza Cass 45, visitor unmarried, Middlesex St.Andrews
Martha Tovey 23, servant unmarried, Somerset Dundry

CENSUS 1871.
John Rowe 39, head married, licensed victualler, Willand Devon
Anne Rowe 34, wife married, Clist Hydon Devon
Clara Rowe 2, daughter, Bristol
Kate Rowe 7 months, daughter, Bristol
Prudence Sarah Harcom 16, servant unmarried, general servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1881.
John Rowe 49, head married, licensed victualler, Willand Devonshire
Anne Rowe 44, wife married, Clist Hydon Devonshire
John Alfred Rowe 7, son scholar, Bedminster Bristol
Julia A. Rowe 13, daughter scholar, Clist Hydon Devonshire
Clara Rowe 12, daughter scholar, Bedminster Bristol
Ellen Rowe 2, daughter, Bedminster Bristol
Jane Burrow 81, mother in law widow, Cullompton Devonshire
Julia Radford 21, niece unmarried, domestic servant, Willand DevonshireAubrey Lock

CENSUS 1891.
Aubrey Lock 26, head married, publican, Bedminster
Ada Lock 29, wife married, Bedminster
Minnie Lock 2, daughter, Bedminster
Sarah Collins 13, servant, domestic servant, Bedminster
Jane Lock 67, mother widow, Bedminster

CENSUS 1901.
Aubrey Lock 34, head widower, licensed victualler, Bristol
Florrie Lock 26, sister in law married, Blagdon Somerset
Amy Alice Llewellyn 19, servant single, general domestic servant, Birmingham

CENSUS 1911.
Harry Hopkins 27, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Nora Hopkins 24, wife married, assisting in business, Bristol
Margery Hopkins 4, daughter, Bristol
Lionel Hopkins 3, son,Bristol
Florrie Forde 24, nurse single, domestic nurse, Bristol
Mabel Wetherman 24, servant single, domestic servant, Hastings

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