CENSUS 1841.
William Purser 40, hotel keeper, not born in county
Mary Ann Purser 25, not born in county
William Purser 7, not born in county
Henry Purser 5, born in county
Joseph Purser 2, born in county
Ann Chapman 20, servant, not born in county
Fanny Cannon 13, servant, born in county
George Harris 35, servant, born in county

CENSUS 1851.
George Badcock 35, licensed victualler Bristol St James
Sarah Badcock 23, wife married, Tickenham Somerset
Eliza Jane Badcock 6, daughter scholar, Clifton
Emma Badcock 4, daughter scholar, Clifton
Clara Miles Badcock 3 months, daughter, Clifton
Thomas Miller 17, Lodger unmarried, labourer, Bath Somerset
Jane Bryant 15, Barmaid, Tickenham Somerset
Thomas Lowring 40, Lodger unmarried, mariner

CENSUS 1861.
Rees Powell 56, head married, inn keeper, Glamorgan
Frances Powell 50, wife married, Glamorgan
Amelia Powell 20, daughter unmaried, assistant, Glamorgan
Rees E. Powell 18, son unmarried, brewer’s clerk, Glamorgan
Edward L. Powell 17, son unmarried, merchants clerk, Glamorgan
Margaret Powell 15, daughter, Glamorgan
Llewelyn Powell 14, son, grocer’s apprentice, Glamorgan
Price Powell 13, son scholar, Glamorgan
Caroline Powell 10, daughter scholar, Glamorgan
Maida Powell 9, daughter scholar, Glamorgan
Sarah Stearnes 24, servant unmarried, house servant Somerset

CENSUS 1871.
William Roue 34, head unmarried, licensed victualler, Devon Barnstaple
John Roue 22, brother unmarried, electro plater, Devon Barnstaple
William Richards 20, servant unmarried, groom, Devon Hentisbury
Maria Shater 41, servant widow, cook &c. Somerset Charterhouse Hinton

CENSUS 1881.
Jacob Minnett 39, head married, licensed victualler, Dufforen Glamorganshire
Alice Minnett 45, wife married, Seagry Wiltshire
Jane Gillies 18, servant unmarried, general servant, Beccles Suffolk

CENSUS 1891.
Aaron England 47, head married, licensed victualler, Rodford Gloucestershire
Rebecca H. England 48, wife married, Oxfordshire Stonesfield
Rosina Gould 19, servant single, general domestic servant, Bristol Bedminster

CENSUS 1901.
Edward B. Wood 61, head married, licensed victualler, Somerset Dunster
Matilda Wood 58, wife married, Somerset Norton Fitzwarren
Mabel L. Wood 19, daughter single, Bristol
Elizabeth Mortimer 27, barmaid single, Somerset Litton
Temperance Barton 28, barmaid single, Gloucestershire Stoke Gifford

CENSUS 1911.
Ernest Edward Hall 33, head married, licensed victualler, Cambridge
Sarah Ann Hall 35, wife married, assisting in business, Bristol
Joseph Alfred Hall 8, son school, Bristol
Edward Isaac Hall 8, son school, Bristol
Vera Dorothy Elizabeth Hall 4, daughter, Bristol
Joseph Williams 29, brother single, assisting, Bristol
Ada Tyrell 26, assistant single, assisting, Bristol
Ada Lane 29, nurse single, nurse (domestic), Mitcheldean Gloucestershire
Lily Fowler 30, servant single, general domestic servant , Bristol

STEAM PACKET TAVERN
Merchants’ Parade, Hotwell Road

1826 - 37. William Brown
1839 - 40. J. Purser
1841 - 44. William Purser
1849. ? Simms
1851 - 56. George Badcock
1861. Rees Powell
1863. William Porter
1867. David Putney
1868 - 72. William Roue
1874 - 75. Henry Roach
1876 to 1878. W. Pollard
1879. Alice Pollard
1881. Jacob Minnett
1883. G. Russell
1886. A. Counsell
1891 - 94. Aaron England
1896. Rebecca England
1897 - 1901. Edward Beadon Wood
1903 to 1911. Ernest Edward Hall
1913 to 1917. Sarah Ann Hall
1921. Elizabeth Ann Crane
1925. William Tregarthen
1928 - 31. Herbert Heaton
1935 - 37. Herbert Leigh
1944 - 50. Ernest Smart
1953 - 60. Kenneth Cavil


On the corner with Merchants’ Road, also known as the Cumberland & Steam Packet Hotel, the Steam Packet was demolished in February 1963 for road widening. This corner is now the site of modern housing.

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