ALE & PORTER STORES (the) York Buildings, 40 Paul Street
1853 - 56 Hugh Sowden / 1861 - 65 James Bond / 1871 M. T. Williams / 1872 to 1874 Richard Daunton
1875 to 1876 Miss Barnes / 1877 to 1886 Joseph Wallington / 1887 to 1896 Walter Vickery / 1897 - 1906 Eliza Hill
1909 - 44 Albert Sheppard / 1947 Pascoe Woodward / 1950 Herbert Filer / 1953 - 56 Harry Boyle
The lease on the Ale & Porter Stores was bought by James Lockley, brewer of Lewin’s Mead on 18th April 1889 and was one of 22 leases sold to the Bristol United Breweries Limited by James Lockley on 25th March 1892 for a total of £11,000.

ALMA TAVERN Paul Street
1857. William Venn / 1858 to 1860 Eliza Heddon / 1861 to 1867 George Nicholas / 1868 - 69 Thomas Pollinger jnr
1871 - 78 Norman Richards / 1879 to 1886 Arthur Gillett / 1887 Richard Bull / 1888 - 94 Alfred Cruse
1896 Ann M. Cruse / 1899 George Stanbury / 1901 Jeremiah Hyde / 1904 George Harding

ANTELOPE Stokes Croft
1837 - 44 John Thomas / 1847 - 59 William Salter / 1860 - 63 Ann Salter / 1865 - 66 James Ricketts
1867 - 69 Andrew Lewis / 1871 - 76 Henry Bishop / 1877 to 1878 T. Gall / 1879 Charles Tovey & Co.
1882 - 83 Thomas Sedgebeer / 1885 Eliza Perry / 1886 J. Machan / 1887 to 1888 George Thomas Mills
1889 Charles George / 1891 William Northam / 1892 - 96 Henry Burrow / 1899 Thomas White / 1901 Nellie Jenkins

BEAUFORT HOUSE Cheltenham Road

BELL Alfred Place
1851 Cornelius Meaker / 1853 Thomas Boardman / 1855 Mary Boardman / 1856 to 1859 George Bishop
1860 - 77 James Style / 1882 - 85 George Wigens / 1886 to 1887 George Long / 1888 William Gourd
1889 - 94 George Wigens / 1896 James Bowrey / 1897 George Wells / 1899 J. E. Witcomb
1901- 14 Frank Shutler / 1917 Florence Shutler / 1921 Arthur Haines / 1925 - 50 Florence Beatrice Haines
1953 Reginald Brice / 1975 A. Taylor

BELL Hillgrove Street

BLACK HORSE Stokes Croft
1792 James Hooper / 1800 - 06 Charles Harrison / 1816 - 34. Michael Wagg / 1837 - 44 Benjamin Parker
1848 Joseph Parker / 1849 - 1869 Henry Walters

CARPENTERS’ ARMS Lampblack Hill (No.27 Stoke’s Croft)
1848 John Owen / 1853 - 61 Benjamin York

CASTLE Walker Street
1842 William Hall

COCK Eugene Street
1752 Mary Parsons

COLSTON’S ARMS St.Michael’s Hill
1816 Edward Roche / 1820 Benjamin Hughes / 1822 - 28 John Weymouth / 1829 to 1848 John Cochrane
1849 Ann Cochrane / 1851 John Bullock / 1851 Ann Bullock / 1853 - 56 Ann Anthony / 1858 - 75 John Brodie
1876 to 1877 George Hearn / 1878 - 83 Samuel Hearn / 1885 - 88 Caroline Hearn / 1889 John Baxter
1891 Frederick Edgar / 1892 to 1893 Howard Usher / 1894 Alfred Walker / 1896 W. Duck / 1897 Francis Frappell
1901 Frances Love / 1904 E. W. Swann / 1906 Theodore De Cokele / 1909 Annie Jowett / 1914 - 38 Fanny Davis
1944 Rowland Bennett / 1950 Victor Jennings / 1953 Alfred Harvey . 1975. G. S. Ellis
John Weymouth was also a carpenter, joiner and undertaker. The 1861 census gives John Brodie’s occupation as accountant on the railroad, his wife Ann is listed as landlady. After a spell as Micawber’s Ale House the pub was later named the Colston Arms

CORK PORTER HOUSE Horfield Road
1851 - 56 Henry Pope

CORONATION INN Stokes Croft

COTHAM PORTER HOUSE (STORES) Kington Place, Cotham Road South
1852 to 1856 George King / 1857 - 58 Henry Davis / 1860 - 63 Richard L. Bodley / 1865 Stephen Bewley
1866 to 1874 Samuel Simons / 1875 E. M. Gortzacoff / 1876 to 1878 John S. Gwynne / 1879 - 83 Sarah Biggs
1885 - 86 Edward Bowden / 1887 to 1893 Mary Jane Biddle / 1894 to 1896 William Slaymaker
1897 - 99 John Tanton / 1901 - 21 Marion Woolcock / 1925 - 35 Marion Enoch / 1937 - 38 Jessie Elsie Hearn
1944 - 53 Janet May Oaten
in the 1851 census George King is shown in Kington Place trading as a draper. Henry Davis was a cooper, Richard Bodley was an ironmonger and Samuel Simons a brewer. Although listed as the Cotham Porter ‘Stores’ in 1857, the suffix ‘House’ was in use until the early 1930s.

CRISPIN’S ARMS Eugene Street
1832 Robert Sayer

CROWN Lower Church Lane (St.Michael’s Hill)
1832 - 34 John Medlam / 1837 - 42 Thomas Jenkins / 1847 Joseph Lansdown / 1848 E. Russell / 1854 L. Lovell
1855 to 1859 John J. Clark / 1860 to 1871 Mrs. Frances Plummer / 1872 - 85 William Claxton
1888 - 1921 John Penny
in May 1852 the Crown was advertised ... To be let, with immediate possession, all that desirable and well accustomed tavern the Crown, in lower Church Lane, Saint Michael’s, Bristol. coming-in, including fixtures, £30. Rent and taxes moderate. The above house is well adapted for letting apartments, and worthy the attention of parties desirous of embarking in the above line. To view, apply to Mr. Robert Keeler, the tenant; and for further particulars, to Mr. Edmund Parker, 27 Somerset Street, Kingsdown, Bristol.

CROWN Clarence Place
1851 - 53 Jacob Huggins / 1857. James More / 1858 - 59 George Briggs / 1861 - 72 John Rawlings
1874 - 77 Thomas Blackmore / 1878 to 1885 George Millard / 1886 - 93 Alfred Pocock
1897 - 99 John Chorley Harvey / 1904 C. South / 1906 Charles Howell / 1909 Elizabeth Neil
1914 - 21 Mary McClean / 1925 - 38 Albert Richards / 1944 - 53 Frank Emery
Jacob Huggins was a gardener and publican, on the 1841 census he is trading as a florist, in Paul Street

CRYSTAL PALACE Montague Hill (off license, general stores)

DUBLIN PORTER STORES Hillgrove Street

DUKE OF CLARENCE Clarence Place
1840 John Knight / 1842 - 44 Charity Seldon

FLOWER POT St.Michael’s Hill
1752 William Perry / 1755 Widow Perry

(OLD) FOX & CRANE Montague Hill / Eugene Street
1754 - 55 Henry Harris / 1764 Mary Jones / 1847 Joseph Reeve / 1848 to 1853 William Renshaw
1854 to 1857 William Fowler / 1858 William Bishop / 1860 - 69 Isaac Bracher / 1871 - 77 William Bracher
1878 - 79 Mary Tavener / 1881 - 82 John Voke / 1883 A. Matthews / 1885 - 86 James Pearce
1888 - 89 George Pearce / 1891 - 97 James William Pearce / 1899 William James Pearce / 1901 Robert Cole

FREMANTLE ALE & PORTER STORES Francis Place
1866 - 77 Frederick Cawley / 1878 John Bromham / 1879 Thomas Mills / 1885 John F. Daniel
1886 Elizabeth Hobbs / 1887 Frederick Allen / 1888 Alfred Williams / 1888 Albert Randall / 1889 Harry Hobb
1891 Mary Jane Biddle / 1892 Frank Inman / 1896 Ellen Thomson / 1897 - 1901 Emily Hunt
1904 - 06 Henry Morgan / 1909 Charles Rogers
Frederick Cawley was a cabinet maker and beer retailer

FULL MOON Horfield Road
1842 - 44 John Reed (jnr) / 1848 John Johns / 1853 - 56 William Pingree / 1863 - 66 Henry Wright
1871 - 78 Joseph Nock / 1882 - 83 Andrew Loton / 1885 James Barefoot / 1886 to 1887 Mathius Chambers
1888 Charles Baker / 1889 - 91 Milford Carter / 1897 - 99 Mary Hawksworth

GLOBE Stokes Croft
1871 - 72 Walton King / 1874 - 88 Simon Stone / 1889 Arthur Beer / 1891 Samuel Grimster
1894 - 99 Alfred Gay / 1901 Mrs. Gay / 1904 - 06 Walter Fancourt / 1909 Joseph Russell / 1917 Philip Owen
1928 - 31 Elizabeth Almond / 1935 - 37 Frederick Pullen
the Globe was bombed in November 1940

HIGHBURY PARK TAVERN St.Michael’s Hill
1871 John Dando / 1872 to 1877 Joseph Dando / 1878 - 83 Sarah Dando / 1885 - 89 David Jeans
1891 - 93 Louisa Davis / 1894 - 1928 William Easterbrook / 1931 Louisa Easterbrook / 1935 - 53 Frank Ford
once a popular cider house, the Highbury Park Tavern was later named the Bar @ 155

HIGHBURY WINE VAULTS St.Michael’s Hill
1871 William Partt / 1872 to 1891 Mary Ann Lewis / 1892 - 99 Richard Andean / 1901 F. Ansell
1904 - 25 Thomas Sayer / 1928 - 50 Thomas Evans / 1953 Edith May Evans

HORSE & GROOM Hillgrove Street
1839 - 40 Thomas Gay

KINGSDOWN PORTER HOUSE Horfield Road
1857 - 60 William Hare / 1863 - 66 Henry White

KINGSDOWN PORTER STORES Alfred Place
1879 Alfred Williams / 1882 - 83 John Reaford / 1885 - 89 William Coles / 1891 - 96 John King
1897 - 1909 George Williams

KINGSDOWN WINE VAULTS Kingsdown Parade

KING OF PRUSSIA St.Michael’s Hill
1764 Nathaniel Viner / 1775 Mary Viner

KING’S ARMS Paul Street
1820 - 26 Elizabeth Hughes / 1828 - 32 Thomas Barron / 1834 George Strange / 1837 Thomas Barron
1839 Elizabeth Barron / 1840 to 1848 Stephen Hughes / 1849 to 1860 William Pitman
1861 to 1878 Thomas Pollinger / 1879 to 1886 George Southcott / 1887 to 1891 Sidney Pobjoy
1892 to 1896 Samuel Joy / 1897 Harry Joy / 1899 - 1901 Robert Goodenough / 1901 - 25 Arthur Goodenough
1928 Robert Goodenough / 1931 - 35 Archibald Neathey / 1937 - 38 Edgar May / 1944 Frederick Roberts
1950 - 53 Alfred May / 1975 J. T. Wood

KING’S HEAD Stokes Croft

LORD NELSON No.20 Alfred Place
1833 - 44 John Nelson

LORD RAGLAN Thomas Street
1856 William Durling / 1856 - 58 M. Durling / 1860 - 83 Joseph Lloyd / 1885 - 88 John Finch / 1889 Eleanor Finch
1891 - 97 John Bowden / 1899 - 1906 Mrs. E. Bowden / 1909 Alfred Stewart / 1914 - 17 Frank Harris
the lease on the Lord Raglan was bought by James Lockley, brewer of Lewin’s Mead on 12th November 1887 and was one of 22 leases sold to the Bristol United Breweries Limited by James Lockley on 25th March 1892 for a total of £11,000.

MARLBOROUGH (HILL) PORTER STORES Marlborough Hill
1866 - 85 John Chandler / 1886 Joseph Allen / 1887 George Payne / 1888 John Toogood / 1889 Matilda Davis
1891 - 92 William Day / 1994 - 99 Arbina Day / 1901 Arbina Tonkin / 1904 Henry Naish / 1906 - 28 Edwin Day
1935 - 44 Arthur Tipney / 1950 - 53 Kate Louise Tipney

MASONS’ ARMS Thomas Street
1844 - 49 George Rudman / 1851 - 69 Margaret Rudman / 1871 - 72 George Rudman jnr
1874 - 77 Thomas C. Kerslake / 1878 T. Payne / 1879 Isaac Payne / 1881 - 83 Henry Harvey Cundy
1885 John Copestake / 1886 - 89 Thomas Jackson Wildgust / 1891 Henry Slade / 1894 - 1906 John Forward
1909 Clara Gillard / 1914 - 25 William Watts / 1928 Emily Watts / 1931 - 38 William Hartnell
1944 - 53 Alfred J. Thomas Mayes / 1960 P. D. Sullivan / 1975 C. Gaydon
George Rudman was a mason, George Rudman jnr. was a carver & gilder and licensed victualler. The Masons’ Arms is now known as the Hare on the Hill

MONTAGUE HOTEL Kingsdown Parade

MONTAGUE (HILL) PORTER STORES Montague Hill
1863 - 67 Thomas Manfield / 1868 - 72 William Gratton / 1874 - 75 Maria Georgina Gratton
1876 - 79 Stephen Knight / 1881 to 1886 Edwin Leach / 1887 to 1888 Sarah Leach / 1889 to 1910 Sarah Vowles
1911 - 19 John Vowles / 1921 - 38 Thomas Clements

NEW INN Paul Street
1868 - 77 William Clyst / 1879 - 88 Sophia Clyst / 1889 Edward Bowden / 1891 - 96 Reginald Hawkins
1897 - 1921 Sarah Jane Hawkins

NORTH END ALE STORES Stokes Croft
1861 Samuel Stone / 1863 - 67 Simon Stone / 1871 John Smith / 1872 James Vernon / 1874 - 77 William Taylor
1879 Amelia May / 1882 Eliza Moulton / 1883 to 1886 Donald McKay Barry / 1887 to 1891 George Wells
1892 - 94 Joseph Weeks / 1896 - 97 Charles Pardy / 1899 - 1906 George Rich / 1909 William Bramley
1914 Dick Smith / 1928 - 31 George Wyatt / 1935 - 38 Alec Boulton / 1944 John Mountford / 1944. Marian Lewis
1950 - 53 Arthur Steward
on the 25th January 1882 the North End Ale & Porter Stores was taken on a 12 year lease at a rent of £45 per annum by James Lockley, brewer of Lewin’s Mead.  The lease was one of 22 sold by James Lockley to the Bristol United Breweries Limited on the 25th March 1892 for the total sum of £11,000.  The tenancy of Marian Lewis commenced on the 7th February 1944, the rent was £32 per annum and the landlord was The Bristol Brewery Georges & Co. Limited

ODD FELLOWS’ ARMS Lower Church Lane (St. Michael’s Hill)
1847 - 48 William Hawkins / 1849 W. Kibbey / 1853 James Morgan / 1855 C. Pearce / 1856 C. Pope
1858 - 66 William Williams / 1866 - 67 Elizabeth Morris

OLD PARK TAVERN Medical Avenue (St. Michael’s Hill)

OLD ROSE St.Michael’s Hill
1752 - 53 Thomas King / 1764 Thomas Morgan

OLIVE BRANCH Terrell Street
1857 T. Walkley

OXFORD ARMS Oxford Street
1858 C. Beachey / 1860 Eliza Vincent / 1863 - 75 Thomas Morris / 1876 to 1878 Eliza Morris / 1879 Joseph Floyd
1882 - 83 J. Howe / 1885 - 1901 Albert Coombes / 1904 F. Perry / 1909 Sarah David / 1914 Bessie Kinsman
1917 Ernest Porter

PORTLAND STREET PORTER HOUSE Portland Street
1844 - 48 George W. Mitchell / 1851 - 56 Ambrose Lockett / 1857. J. Lockett / 1861 - 80 James Burnett
1883 - 92 Mary Burnett / 1902 Alfred Britton / 1904 Charles Sheppard / 1909 Alfred Morse
this beer house at No.15 Portland Street was also a grocery shop, but not an off license

PRINCE ALFRED Tankard’s Close
1865 - 66 George Harvey

PRINCE EUGENE Eugene Street
1833 - 34 George Toynton (Taynton)

PRINCE OF WALES No.9 Horfield Road
1870 - 71 John Griffiths / 1873 - 74 Elizabeth Marsh / 1875 William Northam / 1876 - 79 Joseph Davies
1881 - 83 William Sutherland / 1884 to 1887 Charles Eli Bowden / 1888 Louisa Biles / 1890. Thirza Bowden
1890 to 1914 John Veto Williams / 1916 - 37 Arthur Chillcott
the Prince Of Wales was bombed 26th February 1941

PRINCE OF WALES Tankard’s Close
1865 - 66 Thomas Nicholas / 1867 - 69 Caroline Arnal / 1871 - 86 William Sarsfield / 1887 to 1896 Stephen Calway
1897 - 1917 Elisha Bryant

PRIZE BOOT Eugene Street
1839 George Newman

QUEEN’S HEAD Paul Street
1853 George Gibbs / 1855 - 57 Charles Long

RED COW Carolina Row (near King Square)
1844 Samuel Davis / 1848 Mary Ann Davis / 1851 - 53 Elizabeth Sampson / 1854 - 89 William Francis Loft
1891 - 1904 William John Cape / 1906 Sarah Alice Cape

RISING SUN Tinkers’ Close (later known as Tankard’s Close)
1752 Widow Harris

ROBIN HOOD St.Michael’s Hill
1848 - 49 John Gerrish / 1851 James White / 1853 - 55 Thomas Davis Jarrett / 1856 Joseph Pittaway
1860 - 65 Thomas Shipp / 1866 to 1874 Hannah Shipp / 1875 - 79 Thomas Ridler / 1881 - 1904 Matilda Ridler
1906 Lydia Wride / 1914 - 40 James Callaway / 1940 Nellie Callaway / 1944 - 75 Lionel W. Hamblett
home to a carpentry business in 1841 and prior to that a grocer’s shop. The name is taken from Robin Hood Lane which runs down the side of the pub and was in existence long before this house became licensed

ROBIN HOOD & LITTLE JOHN St.Michael’s Hill
1752 - 54 John Powell / 1776 - 82 Henry Jones

ROSE St.Michael’s Hill
1752 - 75 William Thomas

ROYAL FORT TAVERN St.Michael’s Hill
1871 Charles Stafford / 1872 to 1874 Lewis Halse / 1875 John Board / 1876 to 1877 Emma Williams
1878 - 79 George Darbey / 1881 - 82 Thomas M. Crouch / 1883 Charles Bosdet / 1885 Henry Curtis
1886 to 1888 Thomas Alexander Wood / 1889 John Bruton / 1891 Caroline Fealey / 1892 - 93 James Hewitt
1896 Daniel Britt / 1897 - 99 Annie Elizabeth Potter / 1901 E. Brookman

ST.MICHAEL’S ALE & PORTER STORES St.Michael’s Crescent
1861 Benjamin Pope / 1865 - 89 Walter Gates / 1891 - 93 Daniel Weymouth / 1894 Henry Biggs / 1896 Kate Biggs
1897 - 99 George Garraway / 1901 Albert Barratt / 1904 - 50 William Hauser / 1950 Samuel Francis Harding
1953 John Jones
Walter Gates was a traveller in wines & spirits and a beer retailer. Samuel Harding’s tenancy began on the 17th April 1950, the annual rent was £32 and the landlords were The Bristol Brewery Georges & Company Limited.

SCOTCHMAN & HIS PACK St.Michael’s Hill

SHAMROCK Eugene Street
1889 - 94 Henry Tout / 1896 Jane Floyd / 1897 John Bicker / 1899 - 1909 Elizabeth Headford

SHIP Jamaica Street
1775 Hannah Boston

SOMERSET HOUSE Stokes Croft
1857 - 89 Samuel Palmer / 1891 - 1901 Thomas Withers / 1904 - 09 William Bisp / 1914 - 53 Frederick Coombs
1975 A. L. Brown
the Somerset House also had an entrance in City Road and a dangerously steep stairway down to the gent's

SUGAR LOAF St.Michael’s Hill
1775 William Pieare

SUN Stoke’s Croft
1752 William Winn / 1755 William Wynne / 1764 Thomas Winn / 1775 Thomas Win

(LITTLE) SWAN Stokes Croft

SWAN HOTEL Stokes Croft

TANKARD Tankard’s Close
1832 - 37 Stephen Brown / 1839 - 42 Lydia Brown / 1847 - 49 Elizabeth Brown

TRAFALGAR Walker Street
1832 Richard Johns

TRENT ALE STORES Nine Tree Hill
1860 Beville de Rosa Wimberley

UNION TAVERN Hillgrove Street
1842 W. Snow / 1844 - 47 Hannah Snow / 1848 to 1856 William Powell / 1857 to 1867 Hannah Powell
1867 Samuel Clark / 1868 - 69 Alfred York / 1871 - 83 John Atwell / 1885 - 1906 Ellen Wilkins / 1909 S. Cleak
1914 Mary Woodbury

WHITELADIES TAVERN Hampton Place (Cotham Hill)

WHITE BEAR St.Michael’s Hill
1752 - 55 John Bevan / 1764 William Bower / 1775 Sarah Bower / 1794 John Gurner / 1800 James Gurner
1806 - 23 John Pring / 1825 - 51 Benjamin Pring / 1852 Elizabeth Pring / 1853 - 79 Benjamin Pring
1881 John Gibbings / 1883 - 85 Gibbings Brothers / 1886 to 1888 Richard Gibbings / 1889 - 91 William Slaymaker
1892 - 94 Elizabeth Ann Hedges / 1896 A. Applin / 1897 John Rickard / 1901 F. John / 1904 Helen Gould
1906 Job Dursley / 1909 George Popham / 1914 - 17 William Pyne / 1921 - 25 John King
1928 - 38 Edmund Grindrod / 1944 Mary Grindrod / 1950 Marion Gale / 1960 D. F. Gilman
1953 Christopher Yeandel / 1975 D. F. Gilman


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