STATION HOTEL High Street


May Pole

1862. James Fussell

1870. Joseph Rogers

1870 to 1871. J. M. Woolcock

1871 to 1886. Ann England

1887 to 1892. Thomas Taylor


Station Hotel

1893 - 96. Thomas Taylor

1900 - 01. Cecil Bright

1901 - 09. Charles Hardwell

1922 - 26. George Young

1927 to 1946. Robert Higgs

1947 to 1956. Ernest Silverthorn

1956 to 1980. Jack & Sylvia Silverthorn

As they couldn’t provide accommodation at the Station Hotel, new legislation in 1976 forced Jack & Sylvia Silverthorn to change the name of the pub, the name they chose was the Station Master.  Information on the Station Hotel was kindly provided by Sylvia Silverthorn.


CENSUS 1871.

Ann England 50, head widow, inn keeper, Gloucestershire Westerleigh

Charles England 32, son unmarried, school teacher unemployed, Gloucestershire Westerleigh

Clara Ann Highman 14, niece scholar, Westerleigh Gloucestershire

Isaac Highman 86, father widower, sawyer, Westerleigh Gloucestershire


CENSUS 1881.

Ann England 60, head widow, inn keeper, Westerleigh Gloucestershire

Charles England 42, son unmarried, assistant to inn keeper, Westerleigh Gloucestershire


CENSUS 1891.

Thomas Taylor 42, head married, harness maker & publican, Somerset Bath

Mary Taylor 34, wife married, Gloucestershire Coalpit Heath

George F. Taylor 10, son scholar, Gloucestershire Warmley Siston

Eleanor Taylor 8, daughter scholar, Gloucestershire Warmley Siston

Albert M. Taylor 6, son scholar, Gloucestershire Warmley Siston

Nathaniel A. Taylor 2, son, Gloucestershire Warmley Siston

Elizabeth Hall 18, servant single, domestic servant, Gloucestershire Marshfield


CENSUS 1901.

Cecil S. Bright 32, head married, beer traveller & licensed victualler, Gloucestershire Pucklechurch

Alice J. Bright 29, wife married, Gloucestershire Stroud

Stephany Bright 4 months, daughter, Gloucestershire Warmley

Edward C. Gowen 22, servant single, barman, London


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