Bishopston / Horfield

ANCHOR
Gloucester Road

ASHLEY HILL STATION HOTEL Station Road

ASHLEY INN Ashley Down Road
1851 - 65. Job Gillam / 1871 - 78. Charlotte Gillam / 1881 - 88. Alfred Gillam / 1891 -1904. Alfred Perryman
1909. Edwin Mitchell / 1914 - 17. Thomas Hutchinson / 1921 - 25. William Grimster / 1928 - 35. Thomas Phillpott
1937 - 44. Henry Schafer / 1950. Emma Jane Schafer / 1953. Edward Burley / 1975. H. E. Furney
Job Gillam was a sawyer and beer retailer. Charlotte Gillam was the daughter of Job Gillam and the sister of Alfred Gillam. The 1881 census lists Alfred Gillam as a timber dealer (Ashley Down Steam Saw Mills), his wife Jane is listed as innkeeper

BLUE BOY Gainsborough Square, Lockleaze
1960. H. V. Sandy

COUNTY GROUND HOTEL Nevil Road

DUKE OF YORK Gloucester Road
1851 - 56. Henry Bradley / 1881. Henry Winter / 1891. Thomas Davidson / 1899. Alexander Lark / 1901. Mrs. Lark
1904. James Griffiths / 1909 - 10. Edward John Maggs / 1914 - 17. Ellen Reynolds / 1921. Walter Robson
1925 - 28. Benjamin Cox Smith / 1931 - 50. Joseph Arbery / 1953 - 60. Ernest Cainey / 1975. J. P. Langwade

FELLOWSHIP Filton Avenue
1931. William Hardwell / 1935 - 50. Levi Barrett / 1953. Arthur Levi Barrett / 1975. H. F. Ashford

FORESTERS’ ARMS Ashley Down Road
1871. William Roberts / 1872 to 1885. George Smith / 1886 - 1914. Elizabeth Smith / 1917 - 31. George Brown
1935 - 53. Bertie Smith

FORESTERS’ ARMS Gloucester Road
1871 - 93. Henry Priday / 1896 - 99. Frederick Bissicks / 1901. Kate Davis / 1904. George Pike
1909 - 17. Andrew Willcox / 1920 - 50. Marion Tongue / 1953. Edgar Gough / 1975. W. R. Thomas

GOLDEN LION Gloucester Road

HORFIELD INN Gloucester Road
1841. George Nicholas / 1851 - 63. John Wolfe / 1865 - 72. Henry Langdon / 1877. R. Chapman
1878. J. W. Sells / 1883 - 93. Samuel Collard / 1896 - 1904. Francis Lewin / 1909. Charles Lewin
1914 - 17. David Evans / 1921 - 25. Daniel Woodman / 1928 - 31. Ida Woodman / 1935 - 53. Ivor King
1960. F. J. Burt / 1975. H. N. Roberts (Bristol Flyer)
more recently known as the Bristol Flyer then the Goose at the Flyer, then the Bristol Flyer again

KELLAWAY ARMS Kellaway Avenue

NEW INN Gloucester Road

NO.158 MULLER ROAD off license

OLD FOX INN Gloucester Road
1871 - 72. James Selway / 1875 - 86. Richard Pegler / 1893. Thomas Maddock / 1896. George Jackson1899. Sidney Slade / 1901. E. Slade / 1904. Sidney Slade / 1909. James Hall / 1914 - 21. Emma Griffiths
1925 - 35. Edwin Luff / 1937 - 38. Edward Hale / 1944 - 60. William T. Hartnell / 1975. A. E. Fisher

PARK HOUSE Oak Road (off license)

PRINCE OF WALES Gloucester Road

ROBIN HOOD’S RETREAT Gloucester Road
1871 - 78. John Watts / 1882. Henry Tanner / 1883 - 1904. John Harris / 1909 - 17. George Garraway
1920 - 38. Henry Lewis Tripp / 1940 - 44. Austin Edward Baylis / 1950 - 53. Robert Powles / 1960. D. W. Wakefield
1975. T. M. Hennessy
in 1940 the rent paid by Austin Baylis was £52 per annum, the landlord was The Bristol Brewery Georges & Co Limited

ROYAL GEORGE Filton Road
1851 - 61. William Schubert / 1871. Charles Schubert / 1881 - 91. Anton Schubert / 1891 - 1901. Henry Schubert
1909 - 17. Anton Sunderland / 1921. Sarah Ann Hall / 1925 - 38. Theodore De Cokele / 1938. Francis Howard
1944 - 53. Albert King / 1975. J. D. Morgan
in the 1851 census Charles Schubert is the head of household listed as ‘late beer retailer’ his son William is listed as ‘beer retailer’, in the 1871 census Charles is back in charge . The rent paid by Francis Howard in 1938 was £170 per annum, the landlord was The Bristol Brewery Georges & Co. Limited.  Later named the Inn on the Green

ROYAL HOTEL Gloucester Road
1870 - 78. John Galliford / 1879 - 86. Benjamin Weaver / 1893 - 1909. Michael Clune / 1914 - 38. Samuel Hankins
1944 - 50. Clara Tanner / 1953. Leslie Malcolm / 1975. R. H. Hawkins
on the corner with Overton Road, the Royal Hotel was later named the Gloucester and the Hobgoblin. In the 1901 census, Edith Masters is listed as manageress, this information was provided by Hugh Watkins

ROYAL OAK Gloucester Road

ROYAL STANDARD Gloucester Road
1851. John Clark (publican and gardener) 1853. Mary Batters

SHIP Horfield Common

VICTORIA INN Gloucester Road
1871 - 74. William Hall / 1877 - 86. Reuben Rosling / 1893 - 99. William Brown / 1901. Samuel Phipps
1904 - 09. Henry Heale / 1910 - 17. Matthew Sutton / 1921. Elizabeth Sutton / 1925 - 38. Julia Elizabeth Sutton
1944 - 50. Hannah Jelley / 1953. Wilfrid Jelley / 1975. W. J. Mathews

VOLUNTEER Gloucester Road
1853 - 61. William Bull (Butt ?) / 1872 - 78. M. Wagg / 1886 - 87. Julia Hoult

WAGGON & HORSES Gloucester Road
1851. William Price / 1853. Ellen Ellaway / 1861. George Curdell / 1865 - 74. Joseph Curdell

WELLINGTON HOTEL Gloucester Road


Brislington

BLOOMFIELD INN
Bloomfield Road
1937. Julia Jeanes / 1944. Edward Hale / 1950 - 53. William Newton / 1960 - 75. S. F. J. Barrett

HOLLYBUSH INN Bristol Hill

KING’S ARMS INN Bristol Hill
1844 - 54. Orlando C. Tipton / 1856 - 65. James Meredith / 1871 - 97. Matthew Slate / 1901 - 06. Edward Bowden
1914 - 37. Tom Garrett / 1938. William Adlam / 1944. William Entwistle / 1950 - 60. Edith E. Entwistle
1975. A. G. Toms

LANGTON COURT HOTEL Langton Court Road

PILGRIM INN Grove Road / Hollywood Road

SANDRINGHAM HOTEL Sandy Park Road
1900 - 20. Henry King / 1920 - 53. Ernest Philip Henry King (manager)
the rent paid by Ernest King in 1920 was £180 per annum, the landlord was The Bristol United Breweries Limited

WHITE HART Brislington Hill


Filton

ANCHOR INN
Gloucester Road

HORSE SHOE INN Gloucester Road
1851 - 56. Richard Attwells / 1861. Thomas Attwells / 1871 - 85. Mary Attwells / 1888 - 1910. Thomas Cossens
1923 - 39. Rhoda Emma Cossens
Richard Attwells was a blacksmith and Thomas Attwells a mason

KING GEORGE VI Station Road

PLOUGH INN Gloucester Road
1871 - 81. Eliza Barton / 1883 - 88. Philip Shield / 1891 - 97. Emma Shield / 1901 - 10. Elizabeth Evans
1912. Philip Shield / 1923 - 31. Albert Westmancott / 1935. Susannah Shield / 1937 - 60. Albert Westmancott


Fishponds

BAWN’S SHOP
Fishponds Road (off licence)

BERKELEY ARMS
Lodge Causeway (off license)
1900 to 1913. Charles Worth / 1928 - 31. Annie Turner / 1935 - 44. Herbert Gill / 1960. A. J. Stone

BLACK HORSE Regent Place, Fishponds Road

CHESTER HOUSE Lodge Causeway (off license)

CROSS HANDS Downend Road

CROSS KEYS Fishponds Road

DOWNEND HOTEL Downend Road

FARRIERS’ ARMS Fishponds Road
1872 - 1909. George Daws / 1914 - 25. Caroline Daws / 1928 - 44. Frank Langley / 1950 - 53. Stanley Summerhill
1960. C. F. G. Webb

FISHPONDS HOTEL Lewington Road

FULL MOON Fishponds Road

GOLDEN LION Fishponds Road

GREYHOUND Lodge Causeway

MASONS’ ARMS Tyning Lane
later named the Railway Inn, Railway Hotel, Peckett’s Flyer and the Railway Tavern

OLD OAK Grove Road
1899 - 1904. Ann Smith / 1909. George Tudball / 1914 - 21. William Apsey / 1925. William Cleminson

PECKETT’S FLYER Station Road
previously the Masons’ Arms, Railway Inn and the Railway Hotel, later the Railway Tavern

PORTCULLIS Fishponds Road

RAILWAY HOTEL Station Road
previously the masons’ Arms and the Railway Inn, later Peckett’s Flyer and the Railway Tavern

SPOTTED COW Lodge Causeway

SEYMOUR HOUSE Filwood Road (off license)

STAG’S HEAD Fishponds Road (off license)

STAR INN Fishponds Road

SUN (possibly the Full Moon)
1897. William Elkanah Wookey


Stapleton

BEAUFORT ARMS River View (off license)

BELL INN Bell Hill
1830. John Worlock / 1844. Thomas Hutton / 1853 - 61. James David / 1863. Isaac Wright
1865. Richard Dunning / 1870 - 74. John Stone / 1879 - 80. Edward Grigg / 1885 - 86. Alfred Lewin
1891 - 94. Douglas Brighton / 1897. Joseph Pitt / 1899 - 1901. George Green / 1904. Frank Tinney
1906. William Durham / 1909. Frederick Goodyer / 1914 - 1938. Arthur Griffin / 1944. Arthur Rossiter
1950 - 53. Reginald Maple / 1960. W. C. Bateman

MASONS’ ARMS Park Road

OLD TAVERN INN Blackberry Hill

WHITE LION
1853. James Maggs


Shirehampton / Avonmouth / Lawrence Weston

AVONMOUTH HOTEL Portview road, Avonmouth

AVONMOUTH HOTEL Railway Terminus, Avonmouth

BEE HIVE INN Bradley Crescent / Pembroke Road, Shirehampton (off license)

1881 - 82. Robert Chaddock / 1884 - 85. Ann Powell Chaddock / 1887 - 93. William Jefferies
1901. Moses C. Gregory / 1903. Richard Wilding / 1905. Albert Stocks / 1908. Edwin George Dutfield
1913. Charles William Feaviour / 1920. Frederick John Newman / 1927 - 30. Margaret L. Hughes
1934 - 43. Margaret L. Patterson / 1950. William Silley Turpin

ENGLISH ROSE Broadlands Drive, Lawrence Weston
1956 - 65. Alfred R. Woodall / 1975. P. Hodgkinson
the English Rose was built in 1955 and demolished February 2008.

GIANT GORAM Barrowmead Drive, Lawrence Weston

GEORGE INN High Street, Shirehampton

GREYHOUND Park Place, Park Road, Shirehampton

HOPE & ANCHOR Lower High Street, Shirehampton
1881 - 93. Elizabeth Pritty (Pretty) / 1901 - 04. William Pike / 1909 - 17. Elizabeth Fanny Pike
1921 - 37. David Stephens / 1938. Mrs. Stephens / 1944 - 53. Frederick Jewell / 1960. W. C. Bevin
1975. Mrs. M. Warrant

LAMPLIGHTERS’ (HALL) HOTEL Station Road, Shirehampton

LIFEBOAT High Street, Shirehampton

LONG CROSS INN Long Cross, Lawrence Weston
1960 - 69. George W. Green / 1975. St.Clair Poppenbeck

MARINE HOTEL Avonmouth

MASONS’ ARMS Lawrence Weston Road, Lawrence Weston

MILES ARMS HOTEL Avonmouth Road, Avonmouth
1906. George Forbes-Gulley / 1909. John Wright / 1914. Herbert Hopps (Manager) / 1917. James Blakey
1921. William Collins / 1925 - 28. James Blakey (Manager) / 1931. James Edward Maguire (manager)
1935 - 37. May Maguire (manageress) / 1944. Mrs. V. de Smith (Manageress) / 1950. William Beck (Manager)
1975. E. J. Bartlett (manager)
up until at least 1950, the Miles Arms was owned by the People’s Refreshment House Association Limited, it is still trading.

PENPOLE INN Kingsweston Lane, Lawrence Weston
1960. C.C. F. Townsend / 1975. E. C. Bamford

RISING SUN Pembroke Road, Shirehampton

ROYAL HOTEL Gloucester Road, Avonmouth


Westbury-on-Trym / Henbury / Stoke Bishop

ADELAIDE
Westbury village
1861. Sophia Edwards (baker and publican)

BEAUFORT ARMS Albert Place
1871. George Hughes / 1872 - 74. Mrs. Hughes / 1883 - 1901. Edward Hughes / 1904. Alice Yetman

BEEHIVE Wellington Hill West

BLACK SWAN Stoke Lane
1853. William Chard / 1879 - 97. Henry J. Tedder / 1901 - 25. Henry Robbins / 1928 - 35. Ada Robbins
1937 - 38. Stanley Rosser / 1944 - 53. Ernest Small / 1853. William Chard / 1960. Jack H. G. Gray
1975. G. F. Collis
a Sydenham Chard is to be found on the 1851 census, publican of Stoke Lane, (possibly the Black Swan), and on the 1861 census as beerhouse and shop keeper, Stoke Lane.  

BLAISE INN Henbury Road

EASTFIELD INN Henleaze Road

FORESTERS’ ARMS Westbury Hill

FRIENDSHIP (Hallen)
1853 - 1861. Robert Cook (& farmer)

HENBURY ALE & PORTER STORES Henbury Road

KING WILLIAM IV (Hallen)

LAMB & FLAG (Cribb’s Causeway)
1883 - 88. William West / 1897. Henrietta Applin / 1904. George Dyer / 1923. Charles Thompson
1928 - 37. Fred Brownston / 1938. Charles Mathews / 1960. Matthew Baldwin

MALT HOUSE Trym Road off license

MILL HOUSE Shirehampton Road, Stoke Bishop

OLD OAK (Hallen)
1853. William Cornish / 1861. Edwin Webb / 1871 - 74. William Webb / 1876. Caroline Webb
beer house and grocer’s shop.

OLD CROW Brentry

POST OFFICE TAVERN Westbury Hill
1871 - 86. Joseph Bird / 1893 - 1935. Thomas Taffe / 1937 - 38. Alice Hunt / 1944 - 53. Leonard Giles
1960. L. T. Halliday / 1975. D. Oram

PRINCE OF WALES Stoke Lane
1891. Daniel Strugnell / 1909 - 25. Alice Yetman / 1928 - 38. Ivy Parker / 1944. Arnold Chillcott
1950 - 60. Arthur Chillcott / 1975. W. T. Kelloway (manager)

PROGRESS INN Westbury Lane, Coombe Dingle
1938 - 44. Samuel Tooze / 1950 - 60. Charles J. McDonnell / 1975. R. T. Woolf (manager)
No longer a pub, the Progress was more recently named the Iron Bridge, this is a reference to a nearby iron footbridge which links the Kingsweston estate to the Blaise Castle estate and is reputed to be the highest bridge above sea level in the Bristol area

ROYAL OAK Walters Lane
1871 - 74. John Griffiths / 1883 - 86. John Bryant / 1893 - 1901. Emma Bryant / 1909. Richard Griffiths
1914 - 21. Emily Allsopp Griffiths / 1925 - 44. George Griffiths / 1950 - 53. Ethel May Sherborne
1960. Stanley Sherborne / 1975. D. Shearsmith (The Mouse)
known locally as the Mouse, the name was officially adopted in the 1970’s

SALUTATION Henbury
1841 - 56. James Stevenson / 1857 - 63. William H. Partt / 1865 - 72. Henry Butson / 1874 - 79. Charles Tanner
1885 - 86. Anne Richards / 1893 - 97. Ellen Ford / 1901 - 04. Ralph Ford / 1906. Edward Ford
1923. Herbert Wainwright / 1928 - 37. Thomas Ruddock / 1938. Alan Preston / 1944. Wilfred Ironside
1950 - 53. Norman Gregory / 1975. K. J. Powell (manager)

THREE STARS Stoke Bishop
1841 - 56. John Griffin / 1870 - 72. Charles Bevan / 1881 - 83. Elizabeth Bevan

VICTORIA Chock Lane
1853. S. Tarrell / 1861 - 74. Frederick Tedder / 1881. Joseph Floyd / 1891 - 93. Jane Floyd / 1901. James Smith
1909. Richard Cox / 1914 - 30. William Henry Foster / 1931 to 1948. Ella Annie Keey
1948 - 1971. Frederick Walter Brown / 1975. D. H. Coombe
information from 1914 to 1971 was kindly provided by Iris Thompson, Iris is the daughter of Frederick Brown who was landlord at the Victoria from 1948 until his retirement in 1971. Ella Keey was the daughter of William Foster, they too were members of Iris’s family.

WHITE HORSE High Street
1853 - 93. Henry Tedder / 1901 - 28. Thomas Bevan / 1931 - 37. Elizabeth Bevan / 1938 - 44. Kathleen Bevan
1950 - 75. William J. J. Webb

WHITE LION Passage Road
1806. Morgan Thomas / 1841 - 53. Thomas L. Shattock / 1856 - 58. Arthur Stewart / 1861. Samuel Parker
1863. M. Flower / 1865. J. Heaven / 1870 - 74. Thomas Heaven / 1879 - 86. Hester Heaven
1893 - 1901. Alice Heaven / 1904 - 09. William Stevens / 1914. Charles Langdon / 1917. Thomas Ross
1921 - 35. Ernest Bacon  / 1937 - 53. Gertrude Brown / 1960. Barbara Williams / 1975. A. M. Selmes (manager)
the 1841 census lists Thomas Shattock, victualler, and although no address is given this is most probably the White Lion


  
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