DOWN PORTER HOUSE
York Street

1849 - 50. William Clee
1851. Thomas Clee
1856 - 63. Ann Clee
1865 - 69. James Clee
1871 - 75. Jacob Naish
1876 - 83. Frederick Bennett
1885 - 86. George Giles
1888 - 89. Emma Giles
1891. Emma Cook
1892. Thomas Welsford
1893. William Rogers
1899 - 1904. Tom Johnston
1905 - 35. Thomas George Palmer
1937 - 56. Rowland J. W. Glass

Later known as the Port of Call

CENSUS 1851.
Thomas Clee 49, head married, beer house keeper, Gloucestershire Coleford
Ann Clee 49, wife married, Devon Exeter
James Clee 14, son, errand boy, Gloucestershire Westbury on Trym
Fanny Clee 6, daughter scholar, Gloucestershire Westbury on Trym

Thomas Clee 12, son, errand boy, Gloucestershire Westbury on Trym
George Chaffer 44, lodger married, carpenter & builder employing 9 men, Yorkshire Armley
Frederick Chaffer 17, lodger unmarried, carpenter journeyman, Middlesex London

CENSUS 1861.
Ann Clee 60, head widow, publican, Gloucestershire Bristol
James Clee 22, son unmarried, assistant publican, Gloucestershire Westbury on Trym
Thomas Clee 20, son unmarried, woolen draper’s porter, Gloucestershire Westbury on Trym
Fanny Clee 18, daughter unmarried, barmaid, Gloucestershire Westbury on Trym

CENSUS 1871.

Jacob Naish 36, head married, beer house keeper, Gloucestershire Clifton
Fanny Naish 29, wife married, Gloucestershire Clifton
George Nash 16, boarder unmarried, Porter, Gloucestershire Clifton

CENSUS 1881.
Frederick Bennett 38, head married, publican, Bristol Gloucestershire
Emily Bennett 33, wife married, Bristol Gloucestershire
Edward Bennett 8, son scholar, Bristol Gloucestershire
Henry Bennett 4, son, Bristol Gloucestershire

Sidney Bennett 6 months, son, Bristol Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1891.
John Cook 46, head married, gardener, Somerset Nettlecombe
Emma Cook 55, wife married, beer house keeper, Somerset Chelwood
Bessie Giles 28, step daughter single, dressmaker, Gloucestershire Bristol
George Giles 17, step son, painter, Gloucestershire Bristol

William Giles 15, step son, gardener, Gloucestershire Bristol
Harry Giles 13, step son scholar, Gloucestershire Bristol
Bertie Giles 15, nephew scholar, Gloucestershire Bristol
Seymour Cook 17, son single, gardener, Gloucestershire Westbury on Trym
Arthur Cook 15, son, gardener, Gloucestershire Westbury on Trym

CENSUS 1901.
Tom Johnston 34, head married, publican, Dorset Hampton
Alice Johnston 36, wife married, Berkshire Reading
Edward R. Johnston 4, son, Gloucestershire Clifton
Doris C. Johnston 2, daughter, Gloucestershire Clifton
Edith Roynon 16, servant single, general domestic servant, Somerset Chew Magna

CENSUS 1911.
Thomas George Palmer 47, head married, beer retailer, London
Emily Palmer 39, wife married, London

Vernon Lawrence Palmer 15, son, school, London
Leslie Graham Palmer 14, son, school, london
Muriel Eveline Palmer 12, daughter, school, London
Hilda Doris Palmer 10, daughter, school, London
Irene Olive Palmer 6, daughter, school, Bristol
Raymond Lewis Palmer 4, son, Bristol

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