COLSTON ARMS Pennywell Road

1867 - 69. Richard Cooper

1870 - 71. James Rogers

1873 - 74. Alfred Bragg

1875 - 82. William Maynard
1884 - 92. William Woodbury

1895 - 1905. William Parker

1908. Mary Jane Hankins
1911. Alfred Hankins

1913. William Howe
1916 - 20. James Pearce

1924 - 43. Charles Bidwell

1949 - 55. Cecilia M. Bidwell

Central   Clifton    Hotwells   Bedminster   Totterdown    St.Philip’s   St.Paul’s   Kingsdown

St.George    Easton   Old Market   Redcliff   Other Districts   Adjacent Villages   Bath Pubs

BRISTOL’S LOST PUBS

CENSUS 1871.
Unoccupied at the time of census

CENSUS 1881.
William Maynard 55, head married, publican & army pensioner, Sheffield
Fanny Maynard 48, wife married, Kent Maidstone
William Maynard 31, son unmarried, clerk, Kent Maidstone

Mary Ann Bristow 26, niece unmarried, dressmaker, Kent Maidstone

CENSUS 1891.
William B. Woodbury 37, head married, beer retailer, Somerset Dulverton
Mary Woodbury 45, wife married, Devon Cheriton Fitzpaine
Elizabeth A. Woodbury 11, daughter scholar, Gloucestershire Bristol
Martha M. Coles 21, servant single, general servant, Somerset Pensford

CENSUS 1901.
William Parker 40, head married, publican, London
Mary Parker 31, wife married, Somerset Hockworthy

CENSUS 1911.
Alfred Hankins 51, head married, beer house, Fishponds Bristol
Mary J. Hankins 41, wife married, Hockworthy Wellington Somerset
Gilbert C. Hankins 4, son, St.Philip’s Bristol
Ada Baker 24, servant single, domestic servant, St.Philip’s Bristol

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