CENSUS 1841.
Robert Hardcastle 40, inn keeper, not born in county
Amelia Hardcastle 40, born in county
Emma Willis 20, not born in county
Mary Hayman 20, servant, not born in county

CENSUS 1851.
Susan Hedges 37, head widow, licensed victualler, Devon Hockworthy
Thomas Ridler 12, son, Bristol
William Ridler 6, son, Bristol
Louisa Butler 17, servant unmarried, Devon Sidmouth
Sarah Norman 16, servant unmarried, Bristol
Robert Randall 31, visitor unmarried, Chiropodist, London

CENSUS 1861.
Elizabeth Edwards 38, head unmarried, in care of the Artichoke, Bristol
Sarah Chinnock 11, servant, maid of all work, Bristol

CENSUS 1871.
Susan Hedges 55, head widow, inn keeper, Somerset Hockworthy
Mary Armstrong 27, servant unmarried, barmaid, Bristol
Ann Thompson 33, servant unmarried, general domestic servant, Bristol
James Darey 25, head married, warehouseman ale stores, Somerset Weston
Winnafred Darey 26, wife married, Ireland
Caroline Wearer 33, head widow, needle woman, Warwickshire Birmingham
Clara Wearer 11, daughter, Bristol
Emma Clark 25, boarder unmarried, dressmaker, Somerset Nailsea

CENSUS 1881.
John Phillips 49, head married, inn keeper, Devon
Charlotte Phillips 63, wife married, Devon  
Frances Nayborne 51, visitor widow, Devon
Eliza Laine 54, lodger widow, nurse domestic, Bristol  
Annie Organ 13, grandaughter, Bristol  
George Organ 9, grandson, Bristol  
Margaret Crismean 44, lodger unmarried, nurse, Scotland
Constance Dinquar or Dinques ? 35, lodger widow, dressmaker, Sussex

CENSUS 1891.
Edwin S. Horlor 47, head married, master mariner, Bath Somerset
Elise Horlor 41, wife married, hotel proprietoress, Bristol St.James’
Arthur S. Horlor 18, son single, clerk, Bristol Westbury
Edwin H. Horlor 16, son, policy clerk, Bristol Westbury
Kate S. Horlor 15, daughter student, Bristol Westbury
Beatrice M. Collies 20, barmaid single, barmaid, Croydon London
Emma Coltman 23, servant single, general servant, Bath Somerset

CENSUS 1901.
Andrew Beattie 59, head married, hotel keeper, Scotland
Elizabeth Beattie 54, wife marriied, Devon Plymouth
Kate E. J. Beattie 23, daughter single, bar keeper, Bristol
Jessie F. J. Beattie 22, daughter single, student (R. A. M.) Bristol
 

 

ARTICHOKE  Colston Avenue

1752 - 55. Thomas West
1764. William Roberts
1792 - 1806. William Daunt
1816. John Hall
1820 - 23. Joseph Bullock
1826. William Underwood
1828 - 30. William T. Bryant
1832 - 33. John Parratt
1834. Oliver Grigg
1837 - 44. Robert Hardcastle
1848 - 49. Edward Hedges
1851 - 53. Susan Hedges
1854 - 61. R. Johnson
1863 - 71. Mary Evered
1871. Susan Hedges
1872. George Horlick
1872 - 83. John Phillips
1885. J. Mortimore
1886. Emma Mitchell
1887 - 89. Robert Densham
1891 - 92. Edwin Horlor
1894 - 99. Selina Evans
1901 - 04. Elizabeth A. Beattie
1906. Kate E. Beattie
1909. Kate Doré
1914 - 21. Edgar Doré
1925. Alfred Payne
1928. Mrs. E. G. Payne
1931 - 35. Lionel Hopkins
1937. William Leal
1944. Lionel Hopkins
1950 - 53. Alfred Jones

Near St. Mary-on-the-Quay church, the Artichoke was demolished for the Colston Centre in April 1970. The entrance to the first floor bar was reached via St.Augustine’s Steps at the side of the pub.

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