CENSUS 1861.
Royal Marine Hotel
John Cook Hooper 42, head married, licensed victualler, Devon Ilfracombe
Jane Hooper 42, wife married, Devon Ilfracombe
Alonza Hooper 20, son unmarried, assistant, Bristol
Eva Hooper 8, niece, Bristol
Frances Jennings 16, niece unmarried, general servant, Somerset Bath

CENSUS 1871.
John Cook Hooper 52, head married, hotel keeper, Ilfracombe Devon
Jane Hooper 52, wife married, hotel keeper’s wife, Ilfracombe Devon
Eva Hooper 18, niece unmarried, hotel keeper’s niece, Bristol
John S. Hooper 75, father married, carpenter, Barnstaple Devon
Florence Hooper 6, granddaughter scholar, Avonmouth Westbury on Trym
Louisa Jones 37, widow, pianist, Bristol
Ellen Bisby 34, unmarried, house keeper, Gloucestershire
Clara Jones 17, unmarried, barmaid, Bristol
Matilda Pullen 21, servant unmarried, waitress domestic servant, Gloucestershire
Mary Pike 15, servant unmarried, kitchen maid domestic servant, North Petherton Somerset
Maria Allen 12, servant, kitchen maid domestic servant, Corfe Mullen Dorset
William Jennings 17, lodger unmarried, carpenter, Bristol
Henry Steer 13, servant, boots, Bristol


CENSUS 1881.
William Howell 43, head married, licenced victualler, Bristol
Temperance Howell 40, wife married, Bristol
Temperance Howell 14, daughter, Bristol
Emma Howell 10, daughter scholar, Bristol
Francis Howell 9,  son scholar, Bristol
William Howell 7, son
Rosie Maria Howell 4, daughter

CENSUS 1891.
William Howell 54, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Temperance Howell 50, wife married, Bristol
William Howell 17, son single, father’s assistant, Bristol
Rose M. Howell 14, daughter scholar, Bristol
Clementina Howell 10, daughter scholar, Bristol
Alice A. Howell 7, daughter scholar, Bristol
Emily Howell 40, niece single, domestic servant, Bristol
Amelia M. Elms 63, servant widow, seamstress, London

CENSUS 1901.
William H. Thomas 39, head married, hotel keeper, Pilning Gloucestershire
Harriet Thomas 45, wife married, Alveston Gloucestershire
George Hinton 45, servant, groom, Holme Lacy Herefordshire
Rhoda E. Charles 20, governess, Wheal Alfred Cornwall
Laura Selman 18, servant, general domestic servant, Burley
Frank Sandford Bush 23, single, barman, Radstock Somerset
Hilda Thomas 7, daughter, Pilning Gloucestershire


MARINE HOTEL Avonmouth

1861 - 74. John Cook Hooper
1879. Francis Wardley
1880. F. Quartley
1881 - 94. William Howell
1897 - 1901. William H. Thomas

The Marine Hotel was demolished around 1902 for the building of the Royal Edward Dock

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