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BRISTOL’S LOST PUBS

BLACK HORSE Nelson Parade

1858 - 69. Thomas Lute
1870 - 96. John Marshall
1896 to 1952. George William Hoddinott
1952 - 56. Frederick Dale Stephens
1975. L. Templeman

The Black Horse was later named the Ropewalk

Courage Brewery Archive via Bristol Know Your Place

CENSUS 1861.
Thomas Lute 53, head married, haulier, Gloucestershire Nympsfield
Sarah Lute 53, wife married, Gloucesrtershire Wooton under Edge
Hannah Lute 20, daughter unmarried, housemaid, Bristol Redcliff
John Lute 18, son unmarried, haulier, Bristol Redcliff
Isaac Lute 15, son, haulier, Bristol St.Philip’s
Charles Richards 26, son in law married, baker, Somerset Woolavington

CENSUS 1871.
Black Horse

John Marshall 35, head married, beer house keeper, Somerset Chew Stoke
Elizabeth Marshall 46, wife married, Somerset Nailsea
Alfred John Marshall 10, son scholar, Bristol
Herbert Henry Marshall 7, son scholar, Bristol

Albert Marshall 5, son scholar, Bristol

CENSUS 1881.
John Marshall 45, head married, labourer, Chew Stoke Somerset
Bessey Marshall 55, wife married, Nailsea Somerset
Herbert Marshall 17, son single, Bedminster
Albert Marshall 15, son single, labourer, Bedminster
Ambrose Marshall 33, boarder widower, Chew Stoke Somerset
Pamela Marshall 11, daughter, Dundry Somerset
Grace Marshall 5, daughter, Dundry Somerset
William Hodgkins 37, boarder married, labourer, Chilton Wiltson Somerset
Margaret Hodgkins 40, boarder married, Gloucestershire
Isaac Yeates 20, boarder single, labourer, Easton Gloucestershire

CENSUS 1891.
Black Horse
John Marshall 56, head married, beer retailer, Somerset Chew Stoke
Elizabeth Marshall 66, wife married, Somerset Nailsea
Joseph Richards 77, lodger single, general labourer, Warwickshire Birmingham

CENSUS 1901.
Black Horse
George W. Hoddinot 33, head married, beer retailer, Somerset
Matilda Hoddinot 33, wife married, Somerset

George William Hoddinot 8, son, Somerset
Albert Victor Hoddinot 5, son, Somerset

Thomas Edward Hoddinot 3, son, Somerset
Edgar Hoddinot 1, son, Somerset

CENSUS 1911.
George W. Hoddinot 42, head married, publican, Charlotte Street Bristol
Matilda Hoddinot 42, wife married, assistant in the business, Little Paradise Bristol
George Hoddinot 18, son single, assistant in butcher’s shop, Bristol
Albert Hoddinot 15, son single, hotel stable boy, Bristol
Thomas Hoddinot 13, son school, Bristol
Percy Hoddinot 8, son school, Bristol