PAIL OF BARM Lower Maudlin Street
1852 to 1854 Thomas E. Wookey

PAINTERS’ ARMS Callowhill Street
1752 - 64 Margaret Mittens

PAINTERS’ ARMS Harford Street / Gravel Street
1843 Samuel Holliday / 1853 Moses Wyatt

PAINTERS’ ARMS Marsh Street
1755 Henry Jefford

PARK HOTEL Triangle West
1861 - 63 Elizabeth Hopkins / 1868 - 83 Ann Hedges / 1885 - 91 Prospor Louis Benezeth / 1892 - 99 Frederick Taylor
1901 - 14 Helen Taylor / 1921 - 53 Annie Webley
known as Aunty’s for many years the Park Hotel is still trading

PARK ROW WINE & PORTER STORES Park Row
1847 - 48 William Holder / 1853 - 58 Silas Charles Strickland / 1860 Charles Aust / 1861 - 72 Charles Peglar / 1874 - 77 George Foan
1878 - 85 Thomas Bruton / 1888 - 93 Charles Emery / 1897 George Grainger / 1911 Ernest Alfred Palmer / 1914 Philip Lyons
1917 - 50 William Shears / 1953 Reginald Thomas

PATRIOT Lower Castle Street
1855 John Green

PAVIOURS’ ARMS All Saints’ Street
1851 - 53 J. Dally / 1854 - 57 Thomas Cogdell / 1860 - 68 John Foley / 1869 - 77 Catherine Foley

PEMBROKESHIRE HOUSE Welsh Back
1851 Jane Edwards / 1853 - 57 Ebenezer Perry

PESTLE & MORTAR Eugene Street
1775 John Coles

PIED BULL Broadmead
1754 William Blatchley / 1755 William Blakeley / 1764 Elizabeth Blackley

PIED HORSE King Street
1754 - 55 John Thomas / 1755 Joseph Taylor

PIED HORSE St.James’s Back
1775 John Chappell

PILGRIM Lewin’s Mead
1867 Ann Flook / 1868 - 83 H. E. Pomeroy

PILGRIM Milk Street
1833 - 39 Thomas Kerslake / 1840 George Miller / 1842 - 44 John Doggett / 1847 - 60 John C. Searle / 1863 James Wilkins

PILLAR BOX TAVERN Milk Street
1866 - 74 Jesse Dickes / 1876. Esther Dickes / 1879 - 83 Sidney Dainton / 1885 - 88 Valentine McCreight / 1889 Sarah Coombs
1891 Ernest Gibbons / 1894 - 1914 Abiathar Knight

PINE APPLE Limekiln Lane (St. George’s Road)
1792 - 94 Daniel Jordan / 1800 Philip Dibden / 1806 Ann Dibdin / 1816 Jenkin Richards / 1820 - 23 Samuel Long / 1826 R. Parsons
1828 - 34 George Heath / 1839 - 44 William Pugsley / 1844 Robert Llewellin / 1849 - 55 Thomas Hopkins / 1856 - 63 Mary Fear
1865 William Nabb / 1866 - 69 William Webb / 1871 - 72 Nathaniel Leigh / 1874 - 75 W. Wilcox / 1876 to 1887 Aaron Long
1888 Joseph Venn / 1891 Henry Tucker / 1894 Alfred Herniman / 1896 George Pile / 1897 Douglas Brighton / 1899 Albert Vile
1901 - 06 G. H. Haskins / 1909 James Smart / 1914 George White / 1917 Emma Jane White / 1921 Hannah Maria Crouch
1925 - 31 Henry Whitfield / 1935 - 38 Alfred Whitehead / 1944 Joseph Whitfield / 1950 Walter Williams /1953 - 60 Philip P. Gould
1975 E. Woodward (manager)

PLASTERERS’ ARMS Lower Maudlin Street
1834 Henry Cavill / 1840 ? Lawton / 1848 - 51 John Moor

PLOUGH Charles Street
1844 - 57 John Houl / 1858 U. Stocker / 1860 Charles Blake / 1861 John Mathias / 1863 - 66 Benjamin Mathias
1867 - 69 William Norman / 1871 - 79 William Muxworthy / 1882 - 85 Bridget Muxworthy / 1886 M. Flynn

PLOUGH Culver Street
1847 H. Rutland / 1848 William Weeks / 1855 - 56 Harriet Russell / 1857 - 79 Joseph Ashman / 1882 - 87 Elizabeth Ashman
1888 - 97 Thomas Powell / 1899 - 1904 Miss Mary Powell

PLOUGH Marsh Street
1775 Mary Rubey

PLUME OF FEATHERS Back Street
1861 David Williams / 1863 Jane Ryan
later known as the St.Dogmell’s Arms

PLUME OF FEATHERS Wine Street
1752 Mr. Roblin / 1764 Joshua Shepherd / 1775 Joseph Allerton / 1783 James Browne / 1794 - 1800 Hannah Smith
1806 William Winslade / 1816 - 37 William Clift / 1839 - 40 Tarrant & Son / 1842 - 44 John Harvey / 1848 - 52 Benjamin Parker
1853 to 1866 Henry Stabbins / 1867 to 1868 Edwin Pickwick

PLUME OF FEATHERS Milk Street

PLUME OF FEATHERS St.Augustine’s Place
1837 John Medlam / 1842 - 68 George Case / 1869 John Codbeer / 1871 - 77 Thomas Noad

PORTER HOUSE under the Bank
1806 Charles Brittan / 1816 William Mullins

PORTER STORES St.Augustine’s Terrace
1861 - 63 Joseph Colbourne

POST OFFICE TAVERN North Street
1871 - 74 Joseph Bishop / 1876 - 78 Thomas T. Wetmore

POST OFFICE TAVERN Newmarket Passage (Broad Street)
1820 - 37 William Giller / 1838 - 44 James Mantell / 1847 - 48 S. Perry / 1849 - 56 Henry Pritchard / 1858 ? Elliott
1859 to 1865 Hugh Sowden / 1866 G. Penfold / 1874 - 77 William George Whitaker
listed as the Ship & Post Office Tavern in 1820 - 23

PRINCE ALBERT St.George’s Road

PRINCE ALFRED Upper Maudlin Street

PRINCE EUGENE Horse (Host) Street / Christmas Street
1752 - 55 Henry Cox / 1764 William Jones / 1775 Thomas Morgan / 1794 Ann Morgan / 1806 John Collard / 1816 John Wright

PRINCE FREDERICK Lewin’s Mead
1752 - 53 William Haymand (Heyman) / 1764 Edward Chard / 1775 William Harris / 1794 William Tyler / 1800 - 06 William Meredith
1816 John Clay / 1820 Robert Alexander / 1822 Samuel Couzens

PRINCE REGENT College Place, corner of Frog Lane

PRINCE OF ORANGE Prince Street
1775 Abraham Kaaperstein / 1792 Celia Kaaperstein

PRINCE OF WALES Back (Welsh Back)
1794 William Smith

PRINCE OF WALES Barton Street
1851 William Morgan

PRINCE OF WALES Callowhill Street
1868 Mary Ann Roberts / 1869 John Jones / 1871 - 72 Elizabeth Jones / 1874 James Willey / 1875 Thomas Morgan
1876 Henry Tucker / 1877 - 79 William Hacker / 1882 - 83 Henry Hathway / 1885 - 89 Thomas Hill / 1891 Eliza Ann Hill
1892 John Thomas / 1896 William Burgess / 1897 - 99 Thomas Hill / 1901 Arthur Dare / 1904 W. J. Rodway / 1906 John Fitter
1909 - 14 William Blackmore

PRINCE OF WALES Marlborough Street
1866 - 68 Samuel Steeds

PRINCE OF WALES Pithay

PRINCE OF WALES Quay
1775 Joseph Newnham

PRINCE ROYAL SHIP Griffin Lane
1794 William Arscott

PRINCE RUPERT Rupert Street

PRINCE RUPERT Fairfax Street
1975 G. C. Stock

PRINCE’S BAR Park Row
1975 E. K. Bane (manager)
previously known as the Somerset House

PRINCE’S HEAD (Bristol Back) Welsh Back
1800 John Bryant / 1806 John Reay / 1816 William Long / 1820 - 30 Jane Long / 1831 - 34 William Jones / 1837 E. Phillips
1839 - 48 William Pummell / 1849 L. Pummell / 1851 - 52 David Price / 1853 Joseph Brain / 1854 to 1856 Richard Arr
1857 to 1859 William Weal / 1860 - 63 James Peters

PRINCE’S HOTEL Park Row
1909 A. Green / 1914 John Knapp / 1917 William Knapp / 1921 Dorothy Elliott / 1928 - 31 Ethel Harries / 1935 Maurice Owen
1937 - 50 Harold Waymouth / 1953 Frederick Watkins
the Prince’s Hotel was previously named the Garrick’s Hotel

PRINCESS ROYAL 50 Broad Quay
1853. John G. Habbett

QUEEN ADELAIDE 13 Denmark Street
1828 - 34 Martin Davis
Martin Davis was a children’s carriage maker, beer retailer and earthenware dealer, 13 Denmark Street was later the site of John Harvey & Sons, wine merchants

QUEEN ADELAIDE Rosemary Street
1832 Isaac Rogers

QUEEN’S ARMS Hanover Street
1861 George Watts / 1863 Thomas Stone / 1867 - 77 Francis Cox

QUEEN’S ARMS Lower St.Michael’s Hill (Colston Street)
1853 - 66 John Shipp / 1867 ? Morris / 1871 - 77 Robert Burge

QUEEN’S ARMS Narrow Weir
1863 - 67 William Truscott / 1867 to 1875 William Webb / 1876 to 1881 Simon Dumble / 1882 Thomas Gall / 1883 Arthur Smith
1886 - 87 Thomas Lyne / 1888 - 1906 John Plaisted / 1909 George Sweet

QUEEN’S ARMS Thunderbolt Street
1868 William Truscott / 1869 - 72 Patrick Doyle / 1874 A. Nelson / 1875 Edwin Arman / 1876 John Willey / 1877 Ann Davies

QUEEN BESS TAVERN Nicholas Street (opposite the New Market)
1816 John Griffiths / 1820 George Mitchell / 1822 J. Brooking / 1828 - 32 James Gulley / 1833 Wilmot Baynton / 1834 Ann Highman
1837 - 40 John Lane / 1841 - 44 Edwin Hember / 1848 George Wilkins / 1851 - 57 John Wintle

QUEEN’S HEAD Philadelphia Street
1806 John Weston / 1816 - 28 Charles Ferebee / 1830 - 31 Sarah Ferebee / 1832 - 37 Robert Newbold / 1839 - 42 W. Woodcock
1844 John Jones / 1849 - 51 Patrick Murphy / 1853 - 54 Mary A. Smith / 1855 to 1859 John Bradshaw / 1860 - 61 Eliza Bradshaw
1863 - 79 William Knight / 1882 - 83 Job Morgan / 1885 William S. Simons / 1886 Joseph Hale / 1887 to 1888 William Fink
1889 - 92 Edwin Rodgers / 1894 - 96 George Broad / 1897 - 99 John Snook / 1901 Richard Bryant / 1904 - 37 Thomas Holley

QUEEN’S HEAD (& ARCADE TAVERN) St.James’s Barton

QUEEN’S HEAD Quay
1792 - 94. George Taylor / 1800 Martha Lawrence

RADNOR’S ARMS Lewin’s Mead
1832 - 37 John Taylor

RADNOR HOTEL St.Nicholas Street
1870 Charles O’Connor / 1871 - 72 Eliza Hember / 1874 - 82 Samuel Smith / 1883 Joseph Coates / 1885 Robert Woodward
1886 - 87 A. Marshall / 1888 Eliza Marshall / 1889 Jane Victoria Watkins / 1891 Herbert White / 1894 Walter Mills / 1896 Ellen Mills
1897 - 1901 Frederick Godwin / 1904 - 06 Robert Mitchell / 1909 - 21 Alice Atkinson / 1925 - 38 Charles Broadhurst
1944 - 53 Grace Broadhurst / 1975 D. A. Brokenbrow
the Radnor was later named the Porcupine

RAINBOW & DOVE Queen Street (Christmas Steps)
1816 - 30 William Binding / 1831 - 44 Mary Binding / 1847 W. Foord / 1848 F. Jewels / 1849 ? Brimble / 1851 - 54 Mary Binding
1855 - 57 W. Bassett / 1859 Thomas Goodall / 1863 James White / 1867 J. Salter / 1868 to 1878 William Ley
1879 - 83 Richard Strinchombe / 1885 George Carter / 1886 - 89 Samuel Cowlin / 1891 - 94 Joseph Keeley / 1896 Isabela Bull
1897 Henry Hewlett / 1899 Henry Dennis / 1901 Mary Shapland / 1904 Alfred Buckley / 1906 George Hill

RAVEN Mary-Le-Port Street
1752 - 64 Henry Jones / 1775 John Waite / 1792 Prudence Driscel / 1800 - 06 George Francis / 1816 - 20 Robert Jones
1822 - 23 Mary Jones / 1826 - 34 William Dutton / 1837 T. Rowley / 1839 - 42 Simeon Smith / 1844 - 47 George James
1851 - 52 Henry Eckley / 1853 to 1856 Matilda Eckley / 1857 - 58 Joseph Ivey / 1860 - 76 Henry Leighton / 1877 William Russell
1881 Mary Jane Harper / 1883 - 91 William Russell / 1892 - 94 George Flook / 1896 - 99 Tom Skelton Nash
1901 - 17 Harry G. H. Appleton / 1921 - 25 Robert Norsey / 1928 R. T. Harman / 1931 Philip Pomery / 1935 - 38 Daniel Lyons
the Raven was bombed in the war

RAVEN & BOWL Pithay
1775 Thomas Harris

RED COW Lewin’s Mead
1832 - 34 James Seward

RED LION Castle Street
1752 Mark Watkins / 1775 George cooper / 1792 - 94 John Chandler / 1800 Richard Hill

RED LION Horsefair
1848 John Heaven

RED LION Newmarket Passage (Tower Lane)
1775 Francis Hales / 1794 Henry Baker / 1800 Elizabeth Ridges / 1816 John Godfrey

RED LION Rackhay (Back Street)
1775 Samual Small

RED LODGE TAVERN Park Row
1856 Matilda King

RIFLEMEN’S ARMS Milk Street
1867 James Pollard

RING OF BELLS Tower Lane
1775 Mary Palmer

RISING SUN Baldwin Street
1752 - 55 Edward Duckett / 1762 Francis Duckett

RISING SUN Castle Ditch (Lower Castle Street)

RISING SUN Halliers Lane
1752 Mr. Royal / 1764 John Stallaway

RISING SUN Horsefair
1764 Henry Bowyer

RISING SUN Limekiln Lane
1752 - 55 Joseph Garland

RISING SUN Milk Street
1754 William Hughes / 1755 Widow Hughes

RISING SUN Quay
1755 Ralph Cook

RISING SUN Rosemary Street
1834 Thomas Hyde

RISING SUN St.James’s Back
1752 Widow Watson / 1754 - 55 Henry Crook

RISING SUN Wine Street
1752 Thomas Hatter / 1764 Richard Ching

ROBIN HOOD Lower Maudlin Street
1853 John Short / 1854 to 1855 L. Short / 1855 William Loveless / 1857 Henry Palser / 1858 William Ford / 1861 - 69 Henry Tripp

RODNEY TAVERN Thunderbolt Street
1806 John Foster / 1816 Richard Holt

ROSE & CROWN Anchor Lane (White’s Cottages)
1851 M. Horseman / 1861 - 85 Thomas Gregory / 1886 H. Bennett / 1887 to 1888 John Bruton / 1889 Francis Trezise
1891 - 93 John Feltham / 1897 - 99 John Thrasher / 1901 Harriet Thrasher

ROSE & CROWN Baldwin Street
1752 Thomas Davis / 1754 - 55 John Davis / 1762 Ann Maddocks

ROSE & CROWN Broadmead

ROSE & CROWN Callowhill Street
1847 J. Perry / 1851 James Morgan / 1853 - 57 Thomas Collings

ROSE & CROWN Canon Street
1775 Andrew Merryman

ROSE & CROWN Denmark Street
1775 John Williams

ROSE & CROWN Limekiln Lane
1752 - 64 Arthur Pritchard / 1775 Elizabeth Pritchard

ROSE & CROWN St.James’s Churchyard

ROSE & CROWN Narrow Wine Street
1800 - 06 John Stroud / 1816 John Butland / 1820 - 26 John Hall / 1830 - 31 Thomas Preece / 1832 Ann Preece
1833 - 72 Henry Harvey / 1874 - 75 Elizabeth Hunt / 1876 to 1882 George Marshfield / 1883 to 1888 William Whitaker
1889 Henry Millea / 1891 - 94 Elizabeth Carter / 1896 - 99 Mary Barni

ROSE, SHAMROCK & THISTLE Narrow Quay
1847 - 61 Thomas Lovering

ROSEMARY BRANCH Rosemary Street
1851 - 53 Henry Leighton / 1854 Thomas Hilliar / 1855 A. Stokes

ROYAL BOX King Street
1852 Henry Harvey

ROYAL GEORGE Quay
1775 Joseph Farrell

ROYAL MARINE All Saints’ Street
1851 John Bath

ROYAL OAK Broad Quay
1816 Francis Burley

ROYAL OAK Charles Street
1842 - 44 Philip Thomas / 1847 - 49 T. Smart / 1851 J. Smart / 1853 - 54 George Barnes / 1855 to 1856 Frances Maben
1857 Ruben Pain / 1858 William Meredith / 1860 James Taylor / 1861 R. Langford / 1866 Caroline Williams / 1869 Charles Sealy
1871 - 92 Thomas Warren / 1897 Emma Warren / 1899 - 1904 Miss. R. Rees / 1906 - 09 Fred Emery / 1914 - 17 Ada Morse
1921 Henry Smith

ROYAL OAK King Street
1752 Thomas Lock / 1755 - 62 Joseph Lock / 1775 William Knight / 1792 Elizabeth Martin / 1800 William pugh / 1816 James Brown
see the Coopers’ Arms

ROYAL OAK Prince Street
1800 Miles Kelly / 1806 John Somerfield / 1816 William English / 1822 Thomas White / 1826 - 39 Thomas G. Smith
1842 - 44 Charles Cooper / 1847 - 51 Henry Harvey / 1853 William Payne / 1853 Ann Payne / 1854 - 63 Robert Chapman
1865 - 83 John Tapscott / 1885 - 91 Samuel Joy / 1892 to 1897 William Elkanah Wookey / 1897 - 1917 George Bacon
1921 Edward Colston Saunders / 1925 Mrs. Hall / 1928 David Stephens / 1931 - 38 Bertram Smitten
the Royal Oak was bombed January 1941

ROYAL OAK Pithay
1847 - 58 Stephen Moore / 1860 - 66 George Freeman / 1867 - 81 Timothy Organ

ROYAL OAK Trenchard Street
1852 Mary & Elizabeth Jackson / 1860 O. Hartley / 1861 W. Hartley / 1861 to 1865 Bridget Hartley / 1866 John Hanrahan
1867 Hilary Aicher / 1868 - 89 Eli Blatchford / 1891 Emily Burnett (manageress) / 1891 - 96 Henry Keating / 1897 - 1901 Richard Fry
1904 Patrick O’Neill / 1906 Samuel Parker

ROYAL STANDARD Marsh Street
1831 - 32 Peter Brown

ROYAL STATION TAVERN Bridewell Street
1853 Thomas Biggs
the name of this pub was probably a reference to the nearby Central Police Station, built in 1844

ROYAL TENNIS COURT Upper Maudlin Street
1834 - 42 Reuben W. Pain / 1851 John Fry Bidgood
see the Sea Horse

ROYAL WILLIAM Upper Maudlin Street
1855 Thomas Cunningham

RUMMER High Street (All Saints’ Lane)
1755 William Baxter / 1762 - 64 James Williams / 1775 Thomas Taylor / 1800 Ann Hanson / 1806 Samuel Poston
1812 - 37 Sarah Poston / 1820 Simon Tiver / 1839 - 44 William Bough / 1848 John Pring / 1851 - 53 David Snow
1854 to 1875 Harriet Maria Froyne / 1876 - 89 Alfred Bailey / 1891 - 1917 Felix Bailey / 1921 - 25 Mrs. Jessie Bailey
1928 Albert Bailey / 1931 - 53 Ernest Bailey / 1975 C. J. Smith (manager)
William Baxter and James Williams are listed as being in the cellar under the Rummer, as was Simon Tiver in 1820


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