Castle Cary pub history index
The Wheatsheaf Inn is also named in the 1871, 1891, 1901 and 1911 census.
Apparently open between 1840 and 1925 when the license was refused.
Residents at this address
1861/Mary Garland/Beer House Keeper, Widow/59/East Lydford,
1861/Emma Garland/Daughter/28/Castle Cary, Somerset/Census
1871/Charles Coleman/Inn Keeper/52/Broadway, Dorset/Census
1871/Mary Ann Coleman/Wife/53/Berry Narboro, Devon/Census
1871/William Coleman/Son/23/Broadway, Dorset/Census
1891/Charles Creed/Inn Keeper/41/Castle Cary, Somerset/Census
1891/Elizabeth R Creed/Wife/36/Maiden Newton, Dorset/Census
1891/Mary E Creed/Daughter/13/Castle Cary, Somerset/Census
1891/Emma Creed/Daughter/12/Castle Cary, Somerset/Census
1891/George Creed/Son/3/Castle Cary, Somerset/Census
1891/Linton Thomas Creed/Son/2 months/Castle Cary, Somerset/Census
1901/Charles Creed/Inn Keeper/51/Castle Cary, Somerset/Census
1901/Elizabeth Creed/Wife/46/Maiden Newton, Dorset/Census
1901/Frank Creed/Son, Drapers Apprentice/14/Castle Cary, Somerset/Census
1901/George Creed/Son/13/Castle Cary, Somerset/Census
1901/Thomas Creed/Son/10/Castle Cary, Somerset/Census
1911/Charles Creed/Inn Keeper/61/Castle Cary, Somerset/Census
1911/Elizabeth Creed/Wife/56/Maiden Newton, Dorset/Census
1911/George Creed/Son, Cabinet Maker/23/Castle Cary, Somerset/Census
1911/Thomas Creed/Son, Cycle Mechanic/20/Castle Cary, Somerset/Census
1912, Charles Creed of the Wheatsheaf Inn Castle Cary Somersetshire died
24 April 1912 Probate London 11 May to Elizabeth Rosina Creed widow.
Effects £526 6s 1d.
1923/Mrs Elizabeth Creed, beer retailer, South Cary (postal address,
Galhampton, Bath)/../../Kellys Directory