LAMPLIGHTERS’ HOTEL
Station Road


1768. Joseph Swetman

1769. Ann Chadwell

1774. William Baker

1820 - 26. Philip Weeks jnr

1828 - 30. David Jones

1844. Stephen Wellington

1851. William Hall

1853. John Wintle

1856. George Painter

1857 - 65. James Hatherley

1870 - 71. George Newton

1879. Alfred Dowswell

1881 - 1900. Samuel Cox

1901. Alice Cox

1903 - 28. Edwin Peacock

1931 - 38. George Bird

1944 - 53. John Hookway Walter

1960. W. B. Price

1975. R. C. Burgess (manager)


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BRISTOL’S LOST PUBS

CENSUS 1851.

William Hall 45, head married, victualler, Hertfordshire St.Alban’s

Ann Hall 55, wife married, Shropshire Dawley

Ann Hall 20, daughter unmarried, Hertfordshire St.Alban’s

William Hall 18, son unmarried, Surrey Kingston

Sarah Wyatt 21, servant unmarried, general servant, Gloucestershire Frenchay


CENSUS 1861.

James Hatherly 49, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol

Emily A. Hatherly 39, wife married, Bristol

James Hatherly 8, son scholar, Bristol Clifton

Emily A. Hatherly 6, daughter scholar, Bristol Clifton

Charles Hatherly 4, son, Gloucestershire Shirehampton

Laura Hatherly 2, daughter, Gloucestershire Shirehampton

Anne Topp 60, mother in law widow, Bristol

John Lake 20, servant unmarried, ostler, Gloucestershire Stapleton

Hannah Davis 22, servant unmarried, general servant, Somerset Bedminster


CENSUS 1871.

George Newton 27, head married, licensed victualler, Shirehampton Westbury on Trym

Elizabeth Newton 41, wife married, Newport Monmouthshire

Alice Lane 15, daughter in law scholar, Hotwells Bristol

Thomas J. Lane 10, son in law scholar, Hotwells Bristol

Ellen Lane 8, daughter in law scholar, Hotwells Bristol

William Waters 74, father in law widower, retired master mariner, Chepstow Monmouthshire

Henry Quant 63, lodger widower, Chelsea Pensioner & labourer, Halberton Devon


CENSUS 1881.

Samuel Cox 36, head married, licensed victualler, Gloucestershire Yate

Alice Cox 25, wife married, Gloucestershie Westbury on Trym

Selina Caines 19, servant unmarried, general servant, Dorset Weymouth

Henry Quant 72, lodger widower, labourer, Devon Halberton


CENSUS 1891.

Samuel Cox 46, head married, licensed victualler, Gloucestershire Yate

Alice Cox 35, wife married, Gloucestershire Henbury

Artthur Cox 9, son, Gloucestershire Shirehampton

John Cox 6, son, Gloucestershire Shirehampton

Elizabeth Cox 4, daughter, Gloucestershire Shirehampton

John Barnard 66, father in law married, living on his own means, Bristol

Elizabeth Barnard 70, mother in law married, Gloucestershire Henbury

Sophia Millard 13, servant, general domestic servant, Wiltshire Melksham


CENSUS 1901.

Alice Cox 45, head widow, hotel keeper, Gloucestershire Henbury

John W, Cox 16, son unmarried, Gloucestershire Shirehampton

Elizabeth A. Cox 14, daughter, Gloucestershire Shirehampton

Samuel A. Cox 9, son, Gloucestershire Shirehampton

Walter S. Cox 7, son, Gloucestershire Shirehampton

Francis M. Cox 4, daughter, Gloucestershire Shirehampton

Ernest F. Cox 2, son, Gloucestershire Shirehampton


CENSUS 1911.

Edwin Peacock 48, head married, licensed victualler, Parish of St.George Bristol

Emily Jane Peacock 48, wife married, Parish of St.George Bristol

William Hardyton Peacock 23, son single, assistant in business, Parish of St.George Bristol

Dora Mabel Peacock 21, daughter single, Parish of St.George Bristol

Catherine Milicent Peacock 13, daughter school, Parish of St.George Bristol

Blanche Ellen Hile 30, servant single, Shirehampton Bristol