BERKELEY CASTLE Redcliff Hill

1842. Thomas Jenkins
1847 - 54. William Jones
1855. C. Williamson
1861. Martha Stone
1863 - 65. Alfred George Dyke
1866 to 1877. Robert Oram
1878 - 79. Joseph Pool
1881 - 82. Francis Price
1883. John Bond
1885 - 96. Thomas White
1899. John White
1900 - 01. Thomas Garrett
1904 - 06. Jacob Flower
1909 - 11. Henry Dent
1914 - 31. William Tovey
1935 - 46. Mabel Wilkins
1946. Albert Henry Wilkins
1948 - 50. Colin Garnet Millard
1953. Stanley Amos



The Berkeley Castle, and two doors down the hill the Lord Nelson, both these pubs disappeared in 1961 when the south east side of Redcliff Hill was cleared to make way for new flats and road widening. The tenancy of Albert Wilkins commenced on the 4th February 1946, the rent was £44 per annum. The tenancy of Colin Millard commenced on the 3rd November 1948, the rent was £33 per annum and the landlords were The Bristol Brewery Georges & Co. Limited.

CENSUS 1851.
William Jones 32, head married, carpenter and publican, Somerset Minehead
Elizabeth Jones 34, wife married, Devon Tiverton
Mary Jones 10, daughter, Monmouthshire Abergavenny
Arthur B. Jones 7, son, Monmouthshire Abergavenny
George Jones 5, son, Monmouthshire Abergavenny
Samuel Jones 3, son, Somerset Bristol
Elizabeth Jones 2, daughter, Somerset Bristol
George Walker 45, visitor married, annuitant, Staffordshire Standon
Charlotte Walker 48, visitor married, Derby

CENSUS 1861.
Edward Stone 58, head married, horse dealer, Bristol
Martha Stone 45, wife married, keeper of beer house, Bristol
Eliza Stone 20, daughter unmarried, beer house, Bristol
Susanna Stone 18, daughter unmarried, beer house, Bristol
Caroline Stone 16, daughter unmarried, beer house, Bristol
Elizabeth Stone 15, daughter unmarried, beer house, Bristol
Margaret Jenkins 45, boarder married, Bristol

CENSUS 1871.
Robert Oram 40, head married, cooper, Somerset Beckington
Edna Oram 42, wife married, Wiltshire Tinhead

CENSUS 1881.
Francis Price 28, head married, licensed victualler and cabinet maker, Bedminster
Fanny Price 25, wife married, Birmingham
James Price 5, son scholar, Bedminster
Alfred Price 4, son scholar, Bedminster
Fanny Price 7 months, daughter, Redcliff
Mary Jane Roost 13, servant unmarried, general servant, West Buckland Somerset
William Bartlett 50, lodger unmarried, shoe maker, Hillsley Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1891.
Thomas White 53, head married, general labourer, Somerset Wiveliscombe
Ann White 53, wife married, Somerset Wiveliscombe
John White 20, son single, assistant engineer, Somerset Wiveliscombe

CENSUS 1901.
Thomas Garrett 44, head married, innkeeper, Somerset Radstock
Elizabeth Garrett 42, wife married, Somerset Radstock
Oliver John Garrett 23, son single, clerk to a woollen merchant, Somerset Coleford
Walter George Garrett 16, son single, shoeing smith, Somerset Coleford

CENSUS 1911.
Henry Dent 59, head married, beer retailer, Gloucestershire Winterbourne
Tryphena Dent 60, wife married, help, Gloucestershire Twigworth
Harry Bradbeer 34, son in law married, engineer's fitter, Bristol Bedminster
Annie Bradbeer 29, daughter married, help in bar, Bristol St.Augustine's
Harry Maidment 5, grandson, school, Bristol Bedminster

 

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