HARLESTON ARMS Harleston Street

1870 - 77. Thomas Cotterell
1879. Thomas Lane
1881 - 82. Catherine Lane
1883. Frederick Linter
1885. Ann Howell
1886. F. Sperrin
1887 - 91. Solomon Eglinton
1892. Richard Rogers
1893. Walter Wood
1894 - 1901. William Henry Symes
1904. Rubin Govier
1906. Henry Williams
1909. James Russell
1911 - 17. Albert Henry Smith
1921 - 28. George Everson
1931 - 38. Joseph Harper
1944 - 53. Herbert Holcombe
1955. John Alfred Withey

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BRISTOL’S LOST PUBS

Courage Brewery Archive via Bristol Know Your Place

CENSUS 1871.
Thomas Cotterell 39, head married, publican & grocer, Bristol
Mary Cotterell 37, wife married, Bristol

Harriett Cotterell 18, daughter unmarried, Bristol
Mary Ann Freath 13, general servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1881.
Catherine Lane 33, widow, beer retailer, Wiltshire West Lavington
Mary Ann Lane 10, daughter school, St.George Gloucestershire
Sarah Lane 8, daughter school, St.George Gloucestershire
Alice Lane 4, daughter , daughter school, St.George Gloucestershire
Samuel Saunders 15, brother school, Wiltshire West Lavington

CENSUS 1891.
Harleston Arms
Solomon Eglinton 37, head married, boot maker, Norwich
Isabella Eglinton 36, wife married, Bristol
Florina Eglinton 16, daughter single, B. Paster, Bristol
Laura Eglinton 14, daughter, Bristol
Blanche Eglinton 10, daughter scholar, Bristol
Emma Eglinton 8, daughter scholar, Bristol
Josephine Eglinton 5, daughter, Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
William H. Symes38, head married, publican, Somerset Shepton Mallett
Hester Symes 37, wife married, Bristol
Florence Symes 15, daughter, cigarette packer, Bristol
Willie Symes 9, son, Bristol
Ellen Symes 1, daughter, Bristol
Ada Meads 19, servant single, domestic servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1911.
Albert Henry Smith 28, head married, carter at flour factory & publican, St.Philip’s Bristol
Florence Smith 28, wife married, St.Philip’s Bristol
Albert Smith 6, son, St.Philip’s Bristol
Thomas Taylor 25, boarder single, sugar refining (labourer), St.Philip’s Bristol