ALBION Boyce’s Buildings

ALE & PORTER STORES No.9 Bindon Place, Whiteladies Road
1853 - 61. George White / 1863 - 65. Harriet White / 1866 - 79. Charles Trotman

AMBRA (GATE) HOUSE Ambra Vale (off license)
1878 - 90. Edward Bellchamber / 1891 - 1911. Alfred Townsend / 1914. Robert Doutch / 1921 - 27. Adelaide Reeves

AVON TAVERN Hillside, Clifton Wood
1863 - 65. Samuel Simms
the Avon Tavern was later named the Lion

BATH ARMS Jacob’s Wells Road
1853. Edwin Rowland / 1854 to 1855. William Hurford / 1856 to 1860. Edward Evans / 1861 - 63. Ann Evans / 1865 - 72. George Milton
1874 - 75. Alfred Crayford / 1876. Harriett Peters / 1877 - 79. Mary Ann Langdon / 1882 - 87. John Williams
1888 - 94. Christine Bray / 1896 - 1909. George Norman / 1914 - 17. Harry Thomas / 1921. Frank Cox / 1925 - 28. Thomas Herbert
1931 - 38. Margaret Herbert

BATH HOTEL TAP Sion Mews
1806. William Thomas / 1816. Robert Wall / 1820. Richard Russell / 1823. Elizabeth Russell / 1826 - 39. John Hurley
1840 - 42. William Jenkins / 1844. Evan Davis

BEAUFORT  HOTEL (HOUSE)High Street

BELLE VUE HOUSE Belle Vue Crescent (grocery and off license beer house)

BERKELEY CASTLE Berkeley Place
1794. James Gurner / 1806. Mephibosheth Langbridge / 1816 - 30. Jenkin Evans / 1832 - 33. Richard Burton
1834 - 37. Francis Tippett  / 1839 - 42. Morgan Howell / 1844 - 68. William Russell / 1869 - 79. Richard William Bellamy
1882 - 83. Mary Ann Bellamy / 1885 - 89. Henry Bryant / 1891 - 94. Frederick Holmes / 1896 - 99. Sidney Rice
1901 - 04. Lucy Breley / 1909. Ena Barrow / 1914. Lilian Allen / 1917 - 25. William Tucker / 1928 - 34. Charles Gore
1935 - 38. Emma Hannah Colston / 1944 - 50. Gilbert Price / 1953. Arthur Jefferies / 1960. P. M. Lloyd
Jenkin Evans is listed as a Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Foreign and British Spirits, Wines, &c.

BLACK BOY INN Durdham Down (Whiteladies Road)

BLACK HORSE Durdham Down
1848 - 51. George Williams

BOAR’S HEAD Waterloo Place
1861 - 74. Richard Clarke / 1874 to 1886. Alonzo Matthews / 1887 - 96. William Godby / 1899 - 1906. Fanny Godby
1909. William Pyne

BUNCH OF GRAPES Prince’s Place
1853 - 55. George Palmer / 1857 - 61. A. Symes

CAMBRIDGE ARMS Coldharbour Road

CANNON Jacob’s Wells
1775. Charles Gregory

CARRIERS’ REST Berkeley Place
1892. William Edwards / 1896. William Bartram / 1901. Benjamin Neate / 1904. John Way / 1906. William Heiron
1909. Herbert Spackman

CLIFTON ROCK TAVERN No.2 Lower Clifton Hill, top of Constitution Hill
1816 - 32. John Charles / 1833 - 40. Mrs. Charles / 1849 - 51. ? Sherris / 1853. William Silk / 1854 - 55. Henry Benmore
1856 - 59. George Palmer / 1861 - 69. Lewis Brown / 1869 - 72. Thomas Manley Knevett / 1874 - 77. George Gwinnett
1878. J. Whitmore / 1879. V. Down / 1882. W. Pidgeon / 1883 to 1886. Arthur Baker / 1887. Robert Wilson
1888 - 89. William H. England / 1891. Charles Giles / 1892. John Stone / 1894. Edwin Rogers / 1896. G. Newport / 1897. Sarah Langdon
John Charles traded also as a grocer at this address

CLIFTON HOTEL TAP Sion Mews (Place)
1823. Laban Tyler / 1826 - 32. Edward Austin / 1833 - 34. William Francis Morris / 1837. Evan Davis / 1839 - 40. ? Rowley
1867 - 69. George Collins / 1871 - 75. Richard Clarke / 1876 - 83. Elizabeth Clarke / 1885. Charles Ackland / 1886. Charles Barton
1887 - 89. Isabella Bullock / 1891 - 96. Frank Bowden / 1897 - 1909. William Thatcher / 1914 - 21. Edwin Curtis
1928 - 31. Bernard Hunt / 1935 - 37. Geoffrey Quick / 1938 - 44. Amy Elizabeth Quick / 1950 - 53. Robert Yeandle

CLIFTON WOOD WINE & SPIRIT VAULTS Nos.5 & 6 Thorn’s Buildings
1863 - 78. John Macklean / 1879 - 88. William Giles / 1892 - 94. Mary Smith / 1896 - 97. William Smith / 1901 - 09. Albert Blake
1914 - 37. William Clark / 1938. Ellen Clark / 1940 - 44. Mary Irene Pearce / 1950 - 53. H. F. Thomas

CLYDE ARMS Hampton Road
1883 - 87. Samuel Symes / 1889. Frederick Hale / 1891. William Furze / 1892 - 1909. Cordelia Furze / 1914. Rosina Herridge
1917 - 35. Roselie Cordelia Cann Herridge / 1937 - 38. Edwin Long / 1944 - 53. John Hartley / 1960. G. A. Brown / 1975. J. C. Jones

COACH & HORSES No.23 Berkeley Place
1832 - 37. Morgan Howell

COACH & HORSES Highland Square
1856 - 68. John Dawes / 1874 - 83. Mrs. Elizabeth Dawes / 1885 - 89. George Sealy Dawes / 1891 - 96. John Diment
1897 - 1909. Thomas Lapham / 1914. Mrs. R. MacDougall / 1917 - 21. Mary Jane Hankins / 1925 - 31. Frank Horsey
1935 - 38. Henrietta Horsey / 1940 - 44. Henry George Harrison / 1950. Emily Harrison / 1953. Norman Coles
1975. Mrs M. F. McDonnell
John Dawes was a blacksmith and farrier. In 1942 the annual rent paid by tenant Henry Harrison to landlord The Bristol Brewery Georges & Co. Limited, was £42.

COMMERCIAL INN Portland Street
1847 - 54. John Crane / 1855 to 1872. Mary Crane / 1873 to 1877. John C. Crane / 1877 to 1881. Annie E. Crane / 1882. W. T. Sweet
1883. Mrs. Hellon / 1885 - 87. Caroline King / 1889. George Silcocks / 1891. Emma May Matthews / 1892. Harriet Poland
1894. Edward Phillips / 1896 - 1904. James Perry / 1906. Mary Ann Perry / 1909. James Chaplin / 1914. Daniel Sims
1917 - 21. Emmeline Winifred Peach / 1925 - 28. Jessie Agnes Pearce / 1931. William Gillard / 1932. Kate Matilda Gillard
1933 - 50. John Frederick Weedy / 1953. Sarah Elizabeth Bishop
the tenancy of Kate Gillard commenced on the 29th September 1932, the rent was £40 per annum and the landlord was The Bristol Brewery Georges & Co. Limited. In 1933 the rent paid by John Weedy was £40 per annum, this was raised to £50 in March 1938, the landlord was The Bristol Brewery Georges & Co. Limited. On the corner with Waterloo Street, the building was later a jeweller’s shop

COOPERS’ ARMS Berkeley Place
1857. James Clark / 1863 - 72. Elizabeth Clark / 1875 - 1901. William Clark / 1904. Emily Clark / 1906. William Weekes
1909 - 14. Henry Knill / 1917. Charles Moody

CORONATION TAP Sion Mews
1839 - 47. John Morris / 1851. Sarah Matthews / 1853. Ann Matthews / 1856 - 63. Sarah Matthews / 1871 - 79. George Brown
1882 - 1917. Henry Bonner / 1921. Rhoda Laurence Bonner / 1925 - 53. Robert Colston Whiting / 1975. J. C. Morse
A reminiscence from Dave Knowles via the message forum:Just reviewing old pubs of Clifton on your site. Brought back memories, however noticed the name of famed landlord of the Coronation Tap, in the 50s/60s One Dick (Richard) Bradstock esq., who ran this Famed House with a rod of iron, woe betide any customer caught "canoodling" (spooning!), or worse buying "ladies" pints!!! I recall being "banished" for such reprehensible behaviour for a short time. Cordially David.”

CRESCENT INN Belle Vue Crescent  (off license)
1871. Frank Heddon / 1872 - 76. William Bennett / 1883 - 85. John Brewer / 1888. Charlotte Marchant
1892. Elizabeth Gray Miller Storrie

CROWN Jacob’s Wells Road
1832 - 33. Henry Matthews

CROWN & DOVE Princess Victoria Street
1871 - 79. George Davis / 1882. Ann Davis / 1883. Fanny Wise / 1885 - 89. Thomas Speed / 1891 - 1906. Amelia Speed
1909. Mrs. Frances Shears / 1914. William Shears / 1917 - 28. Ernest Williams / 1931 - 35. William Thorne

CRYSTAL PALACE No.6 Eldon Place
1863 - 65. Christopher Kelly / 1865 - 66. Robert Cartwright / 1868 - 69. James Pearse / 1869 - 72. Jane Hill
previously and later the Crystal Palace was known as Eldon House

DOWN PORTER HOUSE York Street
1849 - 50. William Clee / 1851. Thomas Clee / 1856 - 63. Ann Clee / 1865 - 69. James Clee / 1871 - 75. Jacob Naish
1876 - 83. Frederick Bennett / 1885 - 86. George Giles / 1888 - 89. Emma Giles / 1891. Emma Cook / 1892. Thomas Welsford
1893. William Rogers / 1899 - 1904. Tom Johnson / 1909 - 35. Thomas Palmer / 1937 - 53. Rowland Glass
the Down Porter House was later named the Port of Call

DUKE OF BEAUFORT Lower Berkeley Place
1840 - 48. Thomas Wootton / 1849. ? Wilmot / 1851 - 57. Elias Stockham / 1858. C. Holdsworth / 1860. Ann Baker
1863 - 65. Robert Purtill / 1867 - 69. Henry Maggs / 1871. John Beer / 1874. A. Turner / 1875 - 79. John Bell
1882 - 94. Alfred Williams / 1896. H. W. Darbey / 1899. John Dean / 1901. Mrs. L. Ford / 1904 - 06. Edwin Martin
1909. Francis Bannister / 1914. Eliza Salter

ELDON HOUSE No.6 Eldon Place
1848 - 61. John Lugg / 1874 Richard Selly / 1875 to 1877. F. Hale / 1878 to 1880. Charles Llewellin Nash / 1881. Annie Purnell
1883. George Vince / 1885. Harriett Thomas / 1886. William Thomas / 1887. Mary Ann Harris / 1888. John Dicker
1889 to 1891. Martin Benson / 1892 to 1896. John Ellery / 1897 - 99. Charlotte Webber / 1901. Mary Thomas
1904. Elizabeth Shakespeare / 1906. William Cole / 1909. Harriett Morris / 1914 - 21. Henry Beaven / 1925 - 28. Ethel Watson
1931. Eva Gould / 1935 - 38. Richard Gwynedd Hughes / 1944 - 50. Albert Hayes / 1953. Gilbert Price
First listed as an ale & porter stores in 1855. Previously of Frogmore Street John Lugg also traded as a gasfitter and bellhanger &c. For most of the 1860’s and early 1870’s Eldon House was known as the Crystal Palace

ELEPHANT & CASTLE Bindon Place, Whiteladies Road
1865. Edward Boaden / 1866 - 68. Edwin Clark / 1871 - 92. Mary Evered / 1896. John Sharpe / 1897 - 99. George Webber
1901 - 04. Elizabeth Edwards-Green / 1906 - 21. Frederick Bosisto / 1925. Elliott Crouch / 1925 - 53. Hannah Maria Crouch
1960. Jimmie Moore / 1975. D. Smart
the tenancy of Hannah Crouch commenced on the 29th of March 1925, the rent was £120 per annum and the landlord was The Bristol Brewery Georges & Co. Limited. The Elephant & Castle is now known as the Black Boy Inn

ELLENBOROUGH PORTER STORES No.13 Ellenborough Place / Buildings, Clifton Wood (off license)
1878 - 82. Charles Emery / 1884. James Thomas / 1885 to 1887. Henry Lapper / 1888 - 98. Sarah Lapper / 1900 - 01. Alfred H. Emery
1903 - 08. William J. Walders / 1913 - 37. Robert S. Hawley
Bombed in January 1941

FORESTERS’ ARMS Whiteladies Road
1849. W. Bridgeman / 1851. George Evans / 1857 - 66. Thomas Selby / 1867 - 78. George Giles / 1879. Frederick Bennett
just above the corner with Worrall Road

GAPING GOOSE Wellington Terrace

GLASS HOUSE Hotwell Road
1806. Elizabeth Williams

GLOSTER HOUSE No.6 Bindon Place, Whiteladies Road
1857. Edward Tedder / 1861. Mrs Emblin Woolf / 1863. William Almond / 1871 - 76. Enoch Park

GOLDNEY ARMS Ambra Vale East
1879 - 1901. Alfred Matravis / 1904. W.H. Mitchell / 1909. Edith Dayman

GREYHOUND Prince’s Place (Princess Victoria Street)
1865 - 1921. James Bassett / 1925 - 40. George Evans / 1940 to 1950. William Biggs / 1950 - 53. Albert Knowles / 1975. H. J. Niemira
the tenancy of William Biggs commenced on the 18th November 1940, the rent was £50 per annum and the landlord was The Bristol Brewery Georges & Co. Limited

HIGHLAND TAVERN Highland Square
1871. Thomas Selby / 1872 to 1874. William George Rogers / 1875 - 79. Richard Challice / 1882. Mary Matthews
1883 - 89. George Mapstone / 1891. George White / 1892 - 1901. George Tyler / 1904. George Porter / 1906. Kate Simmons

JACOMELLI’S No.12 Bindon Place, 185 Whiteladies Road
1876 - 88. Charles Jacomelli / 1892. Frederick Moore
this was a confectionery shop and fully licensed beer house

KENSINGTON ARMS Stanley Road (Woolcott Park)
1891 - 92. Francis Walker / 1894 - 1921. Alfred Pocock / 1925 - 31. Oliver Joy / 1935. Beatrice Joy  / 1937 - 38. Frank Edwards
1944 - 50. Gladys Evelyn Edwards / 1953. Charles Walters / 1975. J. Farrell

KENSINGTON HOUSE Kensington Place
1885 - 99. William Blinman Allen / 1904 - 6. Richard Ball

KING’S ARMS Whiteladies Road

KING’S ARMS Berkeley Place
1832. George Jones

KING’S ARMS HOTEL Clifton Place, Clifton Road
1856 - 63. Frederick Smith / 1869. S. Palmer / 1871 - 74. S. Badcock / 1875 to 1876. Charles Millard / 1877. Lewis Samuels
1878. R. Bizley / 1882. T. Baker / 1883. G. Bowden / 1885. Henry Anthony / 1886. E. K. Everett / 1887. George Lewin
1889. Emily Hilton / 1891 - 94. John Dodd / 1896. Miss. E. Sheppard / 1897. Henry Wiseman / 1899. Charles Collins
1901. Muriel Collins / 1904 - 06. Frederick Tichbon / 1909. Charles Spencer

LANSDOWN HOTEL Clifton Place

LARK Jacob’s Wells Road
1833 - 34. Jeremiah Fear

LARY O’GRAFF Jacob’s Wells Road
1837. William Bagnall

LION TAVERN Church Lane, Clifton Wood
1866 - 68. Samuel Simms / 1871 - 72. John Guy / 1874 - 75. J. Webb / 1876 - 89. Frederick Webb  / 1891 - 96. William Stone
1897 - 1914. John Smith / 1917 - 25. Alfred Palmer / 1928 - 31. Walter Hallett / 1935. Beatrice Hallett / 1937 - 38. Graham Moss
1944 - 53. Ernest Lavis / 1975. R. W. Smith
the Lion was previously named the Avon Tavern

LIVE & LET LIVE No.6 Worrall Road
1867 - 68. George Rogers / 1869 - 71. Henry Hughes / 1872. Harriet Hughes / 1875 - 79. James Dare
1885. Mary Matthews / 1886 - 87. James Kepple / 1889 - 1901. Edwin Webb / 1904. George Payne / 1906. Frank Mundy
later a fish & chip restaurant, on the corner with Highland Square

NELSON HOUSE Princess Victoria Street
1853 - 65. William Jarvis / 1866 - 69. Henry Snook / 1871. John Cruwys / 1872. George Briggs / 1874 - 89. Alfred Pidgeon
1891. William Furber / 1892 - 94. John George / 1896. Edwin Lentell  / 1897. Charlotte Pain / 1899. E. G. Dutfield / 1901. H. J. Moore
1904. Octavius Hares / 1906. Henry Mordy / 1909. William Hughes
still standing but now a private House

NEWPORT & SOUTH WALES TAVERN Jacob’s Wells Road
1865 - 66. Owen Owen / 1867 - 69. James Vivian

NEW INN Princess Victoria Street
1861 - 72. Solomon Munday / 1875. William Frost / 1876 - 79. Eliza Frost / 1882 - 83. Robert Richardson  / 1885 - 86. Charles Wilkie
1887. Henry Cuff / 1889. William Cole / 1891. Charles Crook / 1892. Alfred Hood / 1896. William Beckley / 1897 - 99. John Bell
1901. R. Dilling

NO.11 LOWER REDLAND ROAD off license

OLD OAK TREE Highland Square, Back of Blackboy (this is a reference to the Black Boy Inn)
1857 - 59. William Masters / 1860 to 1861. Eliza Masters / 1861 to 1862. Henry Lumber / 1863 - 78. William Spray
in the 1841 census a William Spray aged 20 is recorded as servant at the Black Boy Inn. Henry Lumber was a dairyman, beerhouse & shop keeper

OLD MALT SHOVEL Jacob’s Wells
1851 - 53. John Long

OLD MANOR HOUSE Clifton Road
1861 - 63. Henry Myers / 1871 - 72. Charles Boniface / 1874 - 76. John Hayward / 1877 to 1882. Richard Churchill
1883. Mrs. Penny / 1885 - 89. William Miller / 1891 - 97. Thomas Wildgust / 1899. John Blair / 1901. Miss. Lewis
1904. George Wagstaff / 1906. Richard Down / 1909 - 14. Elizabeth Alice Stock / 1917. Elizabeth Sarah Hext

OSTRICH Durdham Down
1794. Lewis Rotely

OXFORD CASTLE Prince’s Place
1839. George Marling, grocer and beer retailer

PARK STORES Whiteladies Road (Brighton Park)
1861. Elizabeth Morgan

PARK TAVERN Whiteladies Road
1834 - 53. James Embley / 1854 to 1856. Mrs. H. Embley / 1857 to 1858. William George Hopkins / 1859. Elizabeth Hopkins
1860 - 68. John Down
on a stretch of Whiteladies Road known as Brighton Park, now the home of the Territorial Army

PEELER Sion Place
1975. D. C. Southgate

PORTCULLIS Wellington Place (Terrace)
1826 - 28. John Evans / 1830 - 32. Isaac Knight / 1833 - 42. John Manning / 1844 - 48. Jane Manning  / 1849 - 72. Edmund Rudman
1875 - 77. J. Vincent / 1878. Mrs. Vincent / 1879. George Sanders / 1882 - 83. James Barefoot / 1885 - 86. William Pester
1887 - 92. Walter Sheppard / 1894. John Rugman / 1896. James Alvis / 1897 Clement Emery / 1899. Jeffrey Alcock
1901 - 04. G. Fear / 1906. J. Williams / 1909. James Bridge / 1914. Stephen Downer / 1917. Emma Tichbon / 1921. Frederick Sweeting
1925 - 38. George Pearce / 1941 to 1949. Charlotte Elizabeth Williams / 1950 - 53. Herbert Caine / 1975. G. Hance

PORTLAND COTTAGE Portland Place
1833 - 53. Thomas Kayes

PORTLAND WINE VAULTS Portland Street

QUADRANT WINE VAULTS Princess Victoria Street

QUEEN Jacob’s Wells
1844 - 58. Richard Lewis / 1863 - 65. Jane Edwards

QUEEN’S ARMS Stoke Road, top of Whiteladies Road
1842. George Rogers / 1847 - 49. John Davies / 1857 - 79. Nicholas Cummins Hetherington / 1881 to 1898. Robert Edwards

QUEEN’S HEAD Jacob’s Wells
1832. William Reynolds / 1833. Nicholas Reynolds

QUINTON HOUSE Park Place
1871 - 85. Solomon Kendall / 1886 to 1888. Thomas Scrase / 1889. James Irwin / 1891 - 94. Samuel Kingston
1896. Annie Southcott / 1899. John Diment / 1901 - 38. William Diment / 1944. Elizabeth Diment / 1950 - 53. Edward Sullivan
1975. G. F. Turner

RED LION Worrall Road
1861 - 76. John Hamer / 1877 to 1888. Mary Ann Hamer / 1889 to 1891. Frank Hamer / 1892 - 1914. Edwin Egland
1917. Joseph Andrews / 1921. Richard Andrews / 1925. William Bowyer / 1928 - 29. Harry Webb / 1930 - 31. Eldred Weston White
1933 - 38. John Nation / 1944 - 53. Charles Wilkins / 1975. M. J. Elliott

RETREAT Whiteladies Road

RICHMOND HOUSE HOTEL Grosvenor Place
the Richmond House was later named the Richmond Spring (Gordon Road)

RICHMOND SPRING Gordon Road

ROCK HOUSE Highland Road
1866 - 69. George Challenger

ROSE TAVERN Worrall Road

ROYAL OAK Jacob’s Wells
1853. Susan Fry / 1857 - 74. Edwin Rowland

ROYAL OAK Portland Place
still trading, the Royal Oak was previously named the St.Vincent’s Rocks Inn, Portland Place is now the Mall

ROYAL MAIL Lower Nelson Place
1834 - 37. Robert Male

ROYAL HOTEL SHADES Waterloo Place
1861. William Coles / 1863. Richard Hooper / 1871. William Pomeroy / 1872. Isabella Butler / 1874 - 78. Thomas Brown
1879. Frederick Tassiker / 1882 - 91. George Pople / 1892. Mary Jane Townsend / 1892 - 97. Anna Salter / 1899. Sarah Cox
1901. Ellen Moyes / 1904. Edwin Dutfield / 1906. Henry Collins

ST. VINCENT’’S ROCKS INN Portland Place
this pub was later named the Royal Oak

SALUTATION Waterloo Place
1832 - 39. Philip Mears / 1840. Hannah Mears / 1842. Thomas Hambley / 1844 - 49. Hannah Hambley  / 1851 - 63. James Bassett
1867 - 74. Aaron Long / 1875 - 79. Richard Thomas / 1882 - 83. Charles Goodman / 1885. James Brown / 1886 - 87. R. Deane
1889 - 94. Charlie Pfeiffer / 1896. John Pearsall / 1899. George Lewin

SEDAN CHAIR HOUSE Waterloo Place
1833. James Bryant

SHAKESPEARE Lower Redland Road
1867 - 75. Thomas Skyrme / 1876 - 83. Emma Skyrme / 1885 - 92. Jane Marie Tavener / 1894 - 1928. Jane Marie Row
1931 - 35. John Pullen / 1937 - 50. William Hardwell / 1953. Lily Rose / 1975. A. T. H. Bryant
Jane Marie Tavener/Rowe was the niece of Thomas and Emma Skyrme

SHIP Blackboy Hill
1868 - 77. Thomas Painter

SHOVEL Jacob’s Wells
1775. John Smith

SILVER KEY High Street
1876 - 83. William Rogers / 1885 - 91. Walter Whitmarsh / 1892 - 94. Mark Hill / 1896. Joseph Crane  / 1901 - 04. William Cosway
1906. Frederick Martin / 1909 - 21. Charles South / 1925. George Wasp / 1928 - 31. Nicholas Day

SION SPRING HOUSE Sion Hill
1869. Joseph Halse / 1871 - 72. Thomas Hunt

SOMERSET ARMS Berkeley Place
1871 - 91. Frederick Taylor / 1892 - 96. John Van Houtrive / 1899 - 1901. Sarah Knight / 1904 - 06. Matthew Stevens
1909 - 28. Alfred Bacon / 1931 - 43. Elizabeth Bacon / 1943 - 50. Frances Ellen Arnold / 1953. James Chater
the tenancy of Frances Arnold commenced on the 6th of December 1943, the rent was £38 per annum and the Landlord was The Bristol Brewery Georges & Co. Limited

SOMERSET HOUSE Princess Victoria Street

SPOTTED COW Berkeley Place
1837. Mary Burton / 1840 - 44. Richard Burton

SUSPENSION BRIDGE HOUSE No.3 Prince’s Place (Princess Victoria Street)
1832 - 34. William Barber / 1848. Elizabeth Morgan / 1851. Edwin Bird / 1853. William Jordan / 1859 - 72. Aaron Symes
1874 - 76. Jane Symes / 1877 - 78. A. Burnett / 1881 - 82. Henry Richards / 1882. James Richards / 1885 - 86. Ellen Radford
1889. John Pickford / 1891. Mary Jane Baigent / 1892 - 97. William Watts / 1899. Mrs. A. Tucker / 1904 - 06. Emma Podbury
1909. Elizabeth Ann Wiseman / 1914. Frederick Tichbon / 1917 - 31. George Keeler
information on Henry and James Richards was kindly provided by Chris Ralph. Chris’s great great grandmother Elizabeth Richards (nee Yeandle) died at the Suspension Bridge House on 20th October 1881, she was staying at the time with her son Henry who died on 29th July 1882 aged 38, the license had been transfered to Chris’s great grandfather James Richards in March that year. Chris also points out that Pigot’s 1830 directory lists William Barber at this address but listed under boarding / lodging houses.

SUSPENSION BRIDGE INN Sion Mews
1839 - 42. William Rowe / 1844 - 59. Elizabeth Rowe / 1866 - 72. Edward Tomlinson - Barrow / 1875. A. Long
1876 to 1877. John Williams / 1878. Mary Davis / 1879 to 1896. Jesse Lane / 1897. Marian Dobbyn / 1899 - 1906. George Broackes
1909. Charles May
Elizabeth Rowe was a grocery dealer and beer retailer

UNION Jacob’s Wells Road
1833 - 37. George Eastaway

VICTORIA INN Jacob’s Wells Road
1904. Elizabeth Brownston

VICTORIA Oakfield Place, Victoria Park (South Leigh Road)
1856 - 66. Mary Ann Hacker / 1866. T. Brommell / 1867 - 80. Henry Wright / 1883 - 89. William Braddon
1891 - 1909. Frederick Stephens / 1914 - 21. Mary Elizabeth Stephens / 1925 - 31. Fred Millard / 1935 - 37. Wintour Millard
1944 - 53. William Cox / 1975. E. G. Fisher

VITTORIA Whiteladies Road
1871. Thomas Joyce / 1872 - 79. John Martin / 1882 - 89. Alfred Williams / 1890 to 1915. William Elkanah Wookey
1916 to 1930. Emma Hosken / 1931 - 50. Thomas Albert Wookey / 1953 - 56. Albert Bryant / 1960. Peter Walker / 1975. K. L. Smith

WELLINGTON ARMS Wellington Park

WELLINGTON ARMS Wellington Terrace (Royal York Crescent)
1871 - 72. William Haines / 1874 - 79. George Hawkins / 1882 - 87. Miss P. Stanbury / 1889. William Hulbert / 1891. Priscilla Hulbert
1892 - 94. Hannah Nelson / 1899 - 1904. Jemima Ann Pople

WHITE HORSE Jacob’s Wells
1841 - 53. Mary Cooper

WHITE HORSE CELLAR Waterloo Place
1840 - 44. Thomas Gay / 1847 - 60. Henry Hartgill / 1861 - 66. George Brown / 1871 - 72. George Mills / 1874. George Pitman
1875. Edwin McCullum / 1877. William Long / 1878 - 79. George Pople / 1882 - 89. George Price / 1891. Hannah Nelson
1892 - 94. James Miller / 1899 - 1901. Mrs. E. Bethell / 1904. F. Bethell

WILLIAM IV Jacob’s Wells
1832 - 34. William Dawe / 1837. Elizabeth Dawe / 1851. William Dolling / 1853. Elizabeth Dolling / 1857 - 66. John Enwright
1868 - 69. Charlotte Manley / 1871 - 72. Richard Hayden
Elizabeth Dolling was also the proprietor of the cold baths, Jacob’s Wells

WINE VAULTS Whiteladies Road
1861 - 81. Robert Phillips / 1882 - 88. Edward Poole / 1890 - 92. Thomas Thomas / 1893 - 1901. Frederick Bevan / 1903. Minnie Hall
1905 - 08. Edwin Jaques / 1913. George Whitmore / 1924 - 37. William Stokes / 1943 - 53. Ellen M. Stokes
1975. D. Bickerstaff (Jersey Lily)
the Redland Ale & Porter Stores until 1890, then the Wine Vaults until the mid 1970s when it was renamed the Jersey Lily

WOOLCOTT HOUSE Stanley Road off license

YORK HOUSE York Buildings, York Place
1853. James Kellaway / 1857. William Carter

ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS Clifton Down (Bristol Zoo)
1889 - 91. John Cole / 1892. Frederick Collier / 1901 - 21. C. E. Gigg


 
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