Western Place (Cumberland Basin) on the water front, next door to the Star Hotel, these two pubs were demolished during the construction of the Cumberland Bridge road system 1963 - 1964.

CENSUS 1871.
Evan Milward 29, head married, publican, Wales
Harriet Milward 29, wife married, publicans wife, Devonshire
Ada Milward 5, daughter scholar, Clifton Bristol
Catherine Milward 3, daughter scholar, Clifton Bristol
Evan Milward 1, son, Clifton Bristol
Ann Webber 22, visitor unmaried, Devonshire
Elizabeth Webber 25, visitor unmarried, Devonshire
Henry Samson 29, boarder unmarried, mariner, Cornwall
Harriet Rolls 17, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Clifton Bristol

CENSUS 1881.
James Taylor 31, head unmarried, manager of wine & spirit vaults, Bristol
Martha Hanham 39, boarder unmarried, barmaid, Gloster

CENSUS 1891.
Thomas Tonkin 49, head married, publican, Cornwall St.Austell
Emma Tonkin 28, wife married, Hampshire Portsmouth
Lilly Taylor 19, servant single, general servant, Somerset Bridgwater

CENSUS 1901.
Elizabeth Ann Rosted 53, head widow, proprietor of tavern (Pilot Hotel) Australia Adelaide

CENSUS 1911.
Thomas Court 49, head married, licensed victualler, Failand Somerset
Annie Court 50, wife married, Bristol Clifton
Bessie Court 18, niece single, barmaid, Bristol Holy Trinity

PILOT HOTEL  Cumberland Basin

1868 - 77. Evan Milward
1879. Henry Hale
1881 - 88. James A. Taylor
1889. Emily Williams
1891. Thomas Tonkin
1892. Emma Sophia Tichbon
1894. Pierre LeRoy
1896 - 99. Christian Rosted
1901. Elizabeth Rosted
1904. William Woolcott
1906. Alice Mitchell
1909. William Evans
1911 - 17. Thomas Court
1921 - 28. Owen Hibbard Norris
1931. Arthur Love
1935 - 37. George Robinson
1944 - 53. Henry Byrd

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