GLASS HOUSE HOTEL Lawrence Hill

1806. William Walters
1816. John Maynard
1820 - 23. Samuel Sheering
1828 - 40. Ann Sheering
1841 - 44. William Parry
1847. Samuel Roach
1848 - 49. William Parry
1851. John Cummings
1853 - 55. Thomas Palmer
1856. J. Brown
1857. J. M. Cave
1858. Ann Baldwin
1860 - 63. Samuel Baldwin
1865. G. Watkins
1866. George Peacock
1868 - 79. Samuel Smith
1881 - 91. George Hemmings
1892 - 94. Frederick Davies
1896 - 97. Thomas Helder
1899. Joseph Toms
1901. Alice Toms
1904 - 06. Alice Podbury
1909. Rubin Govier
1911. William Alfred Davies
1914 - 17. George Eastman
1921 - 28. Frederick Hollister
1931. Frank Griffin
1935. Alex Simpson
1937. Albert Rhodes
1938. Reginald Freeth
1944. Alfred Hale
1950 - 53. William Webber
1960. A. W. S. Heath

 

 

CENSUS 1841.
William Parry 25, victualler, born in county
Elizabeth Parry 30, born in county
Mary Barnes 20, servant, born in county

CENSUS 1851.
John Cummings 37, head widower, publican, Devon Marbeth
Ann Cummings 14, daughter, publican, Bristol
Fanny Cummings 7, daughter scholar, Bristol
Ellen Cummings 3, daughter scholar, Bristol
Jane Biddon 32, sister in law unmarried, house keeper, Devon Marbeth

CENSUS 1861.
Samuel Baldwin 51, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol St.James
Sarah Baldwin 52, wife married, Worcester
Alfred Baldwin 17, son unmarried, apprentice brush maker, Bristol St.Philip’s
Emily Baldwin 13, daughter scholar, Bristol St.Philip’s

CENSUS 1871.
Samuel Smith 27, head married, licensed victualler, St.George Gloucestershire
Eliza Smith 26, wife married, Keynsham Somerset
Clara Smith 2, daughter, Bristol

CENSUS 1881.
George Hemmings 39, head married, licensed victualler, St.George Gloucestershire
Ann Hemmings 38, wife married, Bitton Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1891.
George Hemmings 47, head married, publican, St.George Gloucestershire
Ann Hemmings 46, wife married, St.George Gloucestershire
Charlotte Roberts 17, niece single, assistant, Bristol
Thomas Ramson 38, boarder single, iron moulder, Bristol
Laura Thomas 17, servant single, domestic servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
Alice E. Toms 50, head widow, hotel keeper, Crewkerne Somerset
Florence E. Kendall 25, servant single, assistant in bar, Bristol
Amy B. Potter 16, servant single, assistant in bar, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
William Alfred Davies 35, head married, licensed victualler, Monmouthshire Cwmcarvan
Ada Jane Davies 28, wife married, domestic, Northamptonshire Irthlingborough

 

 

This photograph which was taken in the early 1950’s shows St.Lawrence Church and the Glass House Hotel, the church was made redundant in 1956 and was demolished, the pub survived until February 1969 when it was pulled down to make way for the Lawrence Hill roundabout.

 

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