ADAM & EVE Hope Chapel Hill

ALBION Cumberland Road
1865 - 66. William Ayre / 1867. Robert Johnson / 1868 - 1872. Charles Randall / 1874 - 78. John Hobbs / 1879 to 1891. William Poole
1892 - 99. William Shinner / 1901 - 04. W. Petherham/ / 1906. Charles Reilley / 1909 - 17. Edwin Haines / 1921 - 29. Sarah Ann Lines
1930 - 35. John Stewart / 1937 - 44. Mary Stewart / 1950 - 53. Reginald Wallis / 1975. B. R. Hudson

ALBION Merchant’s Parade (Hotwell Road)
1853 - 60. John Beynon / 1861. Sophia Moore / 1868. Benjamin Mackey / 1869. John Chaffey / 1871 - 77. Edward Chaffey
1878 to 1886. Robert Hiscock / 1887. Peter Kennedy / 1889. Francis Whittard / 1891 - 1906. James Parker / 1909 - 17. Robert Bowhey
1921. Henry Staddon / 1925. Ernest Sparks / 1928 - 31. Edith Sparks / 1935 - 38. Arthur Pleass / 1944 - 53. Arthur Austens

ANCHOR Hotwell Road
1852. William Lyddon

ASHTON TAVERN Ashton Place (Rownham)
1871 - 72. Edward Olsson / 1874 - 75. John Poole / 1876 - 78. Thomas Ireland

BATH TAP Gloucester Row
1852. Edward Barrow

BEAUFORT HOUSE Merchants’ Parade (Hotwell Road)
1871. Eliza Jones / 1872 - 74. Marwood F. Miller / 1876. James Wood

BEAR INN Love Street (Hotwell Road)

BELL Hotwell Road
1869 - 74. James David / 1875. Joseph Bryman / 1876 to 1877. Christiana Wilson / 1878 to 1886. Henry Bray
1887 - 96. Ernest Smalcombe / 1899 - 1906. Jeremiah Sullivan

BELL TAVERN Love Street (Hotwell Road)
1848. Thomas Williams / 1851. Thomas Ward / 1861. Sarah Pike / 1861 - 65. William Kempster / 1866. James Bull
1867 to 1871. William Kempster / 1872. Elizabeth Davis / 1874. Elias Adwadge / 1875 to 1877. A. Charlton / 1878. M. Jones
1879 - 1904. Robert Jones / 1906. Albert Trim / 1909. Henry Cannock

BERKELEY HOUSE Dowry Place
1863 - 66. John Harding

BIDEFORD ARMS Cumberland Basin
1861 - 69. George Nash

BIRD IN HAND Hope Chapel Hill
1869. James Harris

(
OLD) BLACKMOORE’S HEAD Hotwells
1806. Abraham Newbery / 1820. Thomas Loveless

BLACK HORSE Hotwell Road
1775. Keturah Bown / 1792 - 94. William Jones / 1800 - 06. Theophilus Lessey (Lacey) / 1816 - 20. Thomas Green
1822 - 23. Joseph Townsend  / 1828 - 30. Richard Parsons / 1831 to 1832. James Milton / 1833 - 34. William German
1837 - 40. W. B. Pearce  / 1841 to 1851. John Horwood / 1851. John Sams / 1853 to 1858. Joseph Cox / 1858. William Highman
1859 - 60. William Pike / 1863. Edward Williams

BOAR’S HEAD Caroline Place
1858. Edwin Drew

BOILER MAKERS’ ARMS Hotwell Road
1865 - 67. Robert Domony

BRIGAND CHIEF Western Square
1851 - 61. John Sturt

BRITANNIA Hotwell Road
1840. A. Humphries / 1844 - 49. Mary Humphreys / 1851 - 59. James Barry / 1861 - 63. John Hodges / 1865 - 69. Mary Hodges
1871 - 77. Alfred Hodges

BRITANNIA Sidney Row (off Cumberland Road)
1833. William Clark / 1837 - 51. Elizabeth Clark / 1853 - 58. Rosanna Clark / 1860 - 65. Thomas Poole / 1868. J. Williams
1869 - 72. Mary Banks / 1874 - 77. Charles Gallerman / 1879 - 81. William Knill

(BRANDY) CASK Hotwell Road South
1830. Robert Sims / 1844 - 48. Isaac Knight / 1859 - 69. William Poole / 1871 - 76. William Davies

CAMBRIAN TAVERN Rownham Place
1854 - 57. John Jones

CHEPSTOW CASTLE Hotwell Road
1851. James Jones / 1851 - 53. George Hardwick

COLSTON’S ARMS Hotwell Road
1859 - 60. William Johnson / 1861. Susan West / 1863. William King / 1871 - 76. Robert Douel

COLUMBIA Cumberland Basin
1865 - 66. T. Jackson

COMPASSES Hotwell Road
1775. Edward Hall

CORK PORTER HOUSE Power Street, Hope Chapel Hill
1871. Chandler Bryant (beer retailer and dairyman) / 1871 - 72. William Bryant

CORNISH ARMS Cumberland Basin
1860 - 61. George Bailey

CORNISH HOUSE Caroline Place
1853 - 63. John Phillips / 1865 - 66. Paul Hare

CROSS KEYS Hotwell Road (Mardyke)
1820 - 30. Michael Taylor

CROWN South Green Street
1775 - 94. John Thomas / 1816 - 31. Robert Jennings / 1832 - 42. Sarah Jennings / 1844. James Gibbons / 1848 - 50. Grace Davies
1851 to 1853. Richard Hillier / 1854 to 1855. T. S. Brooks / 1856 - 58. Mrs. S. Jones / 1860. George Palmer / 1861. George Maggs
1863 - 67. Andrew Mitchell / 1869 - 72. John Mitchell
Robert Jennings is also listed as a livery-stable keeper at this address.  James Gibbons had ‘flys and post horses let to hire’

CROWN & ANCHOR Hotwell Road
1806 - 16. Thomas Edwards / 1820 - 23. Mary Edwards / 1828 - 31. James Wetherilt / 1832. Harriet Witherilt
1833 - 44. Samuel S. Brooks / 1848 - 61. William Lyddon / 1863 - 65. John Reed / 1867 - 77. George Gallop / 1879 - 87. Jane Gallop
1889 - 94. George Margrate / 1896 - 99. Samuel Brenton / 1901 - 04. Mrs. M. E. Brenton / 1906 - 21. Thomas Hobbs
1925. Frederick Stallard / 1928. Walter Gollop / 1931. George Young / 1935. Laura Arbery / 1937. Cecil Dower / 1938. Albion Hutchings
1944. Beatrice Hutchings / 1950 - 53. Percy Albion Hutchings / 1975. A. H. Thompson
the Crown & Anchor was converted into flats in 2001

CUMBERLAND TAVERN Cumberland Place
1867. John Mitchell / 1871 - 79. John Exell / 1881 - 83. Charles Broughton
Charles Broughton was an army pensioner and beer retailer

CUMBERLAND AND GREAT WESTERN HOTEL & TAVERN Cumberland Basin
1839 - 67. Joseph Purser / 1868 - 69. James Hatherly

(NEW) DOCK GATES Hotwell Road

DOCK TAVERN Nova Scotia Place
1858. Robert Loney / 1861. Benjamin Bird / 1863 - 83. George Pope / 1885. Henry Morgan / 1886 - 89. Joshua Sweet
previously known as the Ship Tavern, the Dock Tavern was next door to the Nova Scotia, and in 1889 the two pubs were merged under the name of the Nova Scotia

DOLPHIN Hotwell Road
1832 - 39. Harriet Hancock

DOWRY HOTEL Dowry Parade (incorporated into Hotwell Road 1905)
1820 - 44. William Savage / 1848 - 56. Alfred Stannard / 1861. H. E. Tremlett / 1861 - 65. George Tremlett
1872 - 90. Frederick George C. Weir / 1891 - 94. Wallace Samuel Moore / 1897. Sarah Ann Arkell / 1899. Alfred Buckley
1901. George Henry Lamb / 1904. Kate Suffield / 1906. Mabel Evans / 1909 - 11. Samuel Parker / 1914. Frank Tinney
1917 - 21. Clara Davis / 1925 - 28. Charles White / 1931. Mervyn Alec Melksham
listed under ‘Wine & Spirit Dealers, retail’ (no sign) up until around 1900.  In 1863 George Tremlett was listed as a wine, spirit, ale & porter merchant

ELEPHANT & CASTLE Hotwell Road
1865 - 67. Edward Willams / 1868 to 1874. Henry Slade / 1875 - 77. George Mills

FLORA TAVERN Merchants’ Road
1866 - 67. William Pike

FORESTERS’ ARMS Caroline Place
1857. Frederick Poole / 1858. S. Bryant / 1860. William Bryant / 1863 - 91. Joseph Randall / 1892. Agnes Fanny Randall

FREE PORT TAVERN Hotwell Road
1850. William Mills / 1851 to 1855. Ann Mills / 1856 to 1877. John Mudford / 1878 - 79. James White / 1882 - 83. S. Gummer

FRIENDLY MECHANICS Hotwell Road
1848 - 51. Joseph Lewis / 1853 - 79. Charlotte Court / 1882. John Stephens / 1883. John Harrison

FRIENDSHIP Hotwell Road
1860 - 76. John S. Murch / 1877 to 1885. George Williams / 1886 to 1888. Mary Ann Williams / 1889. Thomas Terrett
1891. Matilda Davis / 1892 - 94. Maria Hurst / 1896. James Richards / 1899 - 1906. Mrs. C. Kelly

FRIENDS’ RETURN Dowry Place
1839. James Stevens / 1841. Joseph Stevens / 1848 - 61. Ann Stevens / 1863 - 67. George Cope
the Friends’ Return was later named the George

FULL MOON Cumberland Basin
1840 - 42. Richard Wright / 1842. ? Blinman

GENERAL DRAPER Hotwell Road

GEORGE Dowry Place
1869 - 89. Sarah Cope / 1891 - 92. John Cother / 1893 - 1906. Charles Cother / 1909. Henry James / 1914 - 21. Maria Whitlow
1925. Harry Bennett / 1928. Henry Gingell
the George was previously named the Friends’ Return. Was the pub re-named by Sarah Cope in memory of her husband George ?

GLASS HOUSE Hotwell Road
1816. Elizabeth Williams

GLOBE TAVERN Merchants’ Parade (Hotwell Road)
1857 - 79. George Preston / 1882 - 1914. John Powell / 1917 - 21. Ellen Powell / 1928 - 40. Caroline Powell / 1940. Arthur Holland
1942 - 44. Doreen Bradley Newman / 1944. May Violet Wood / 1950 - 53. May Violet Cornwell (nee Wood)
Arthur Holland’s tenancy commenced on the 22nd November 1940, the rent was £35 per annum. The tenancy of Doreen Newman commenced on the 6th October 1942, the rent was still £35 per annum. May Wood’s tenancy commenced on the 17th January 1944, the rent was also £35 per annum and the landlord was The Bristol Brewery Georges & Co. Limited

GLOUCESTER HOTEL TAP Gloucester Terrace
1837 - 44. Francis Evans / 1848 - 49. George Badcock / 1851. Robert Chapple / 1853 - 59. Hannah Chapple
1860 - 75. Edward Chapple /1877 - 89. William Chapple

GLOUCESTER HOUSE TAP Hotwells
1816. William Flook

GLOUCESTER TAVERN (HOTEL) Rownham Place (Hotwell Road)

GRANBY HOUSE Hotwells
1794. Elizabeth Woodhouse

GREAT BRITAIN Mardyke, Hotwell Road
1847 - 57. William Loscombe

GREAT WESTERN TAVERN Mardyke, Hotwell Road
1839 - 40. Thomas Lewis / 1842. Jane Lewis / 1844. James Lewis / 1847. ? Waters / 1849. William Cook / 1851 - 54. Martha Wintle
1855 - 72. James Barry / 1874. William T. Walker / 1875 - 77. James Rogers

HAPPY RETURN Dowry Place
1839 - 40. C. Burgess

HOPE & ANCHOR Mardyke, Hotwell Road
1841 - 51. William Merryfield / 1853 - 54. Ann Merryfield / 1855 - 57. Henry Couzens

HORSE & GROOM Rownham Place
1837 - 44. Robert Chapple / 1848 - 54. J. Harwell / 1867 - 79. George Talbot

HOTWELLS TAVERN Charlton Place

HIBERNIA & RAILWAY HOTEL Brunswick Place
1848 - 51. James Wright / 1853. James Hatherly / 1861 - 63. George Badcock / 1865. Sarah Badcock

HIT OR MISS, LUCKS ALL Hotwell Road
1831 - 32. Jonathan Higgins

JAMAICA TAVERN Cumberland Basin
1851 - 53. William Stone / 1855 - 61. John Mills

JOLLY SAILOR Hotwell Road
1837. William Palmer / 1867. S. Yendell

JUNO VAULTS Hotwell Road
1876. J. T. Davies / 1877. Mary Lee / 1878. J. H. Smith / 1879. Thomas Baker-Southwood / 1881 - 82. William Avis
1883. J. S. Saunderson / 1885. Edward Hobbs / 1886. A. Lewis / 1887. Robert Stone / 1888. Mary Mawditt / 1889. Clara Wheeler
1891. Florence Healey / 1892. John Graddon / 1894 - 96. Henry Charles Freeman / 1897. Frederick John Milsom
1899. Frederick Tichbon / 1901 -04. Emma Collins / 1906 - 09. Edgar Hawkins / 1914 - 17. Emma Collins / 1921. Emma O’ Keefe
1925. Edward Leigh / 1928. William Archer / 1931. William Hayes

KING’S ARMS Dowry Place
1833 - 37. Thomas Crispin / 1839. Samuel Crispin

LAMB Hotwell Road
1861 - 63. Susanna Yendall / 1865 - 66. Mary Jane Farmer / 1867 - 74. Edmund Selway / 1877. C. Wilson / 1878 - 85. Edmund Selway

LEBECK TAVERN Chapel Row (near Dowry Square)
1859 - 72. Hester Bisp / 1874 - 76. Wyatt Bisp / 1877 - 78. Letitia Bisp / 1879. Jane Bisp / 1881. George Hardwick
1882 - 86. Joseph H. Manning

LION Love Street
1837 - 40. John Bennett / 1848. John Jones / 1849 - 53. David Watkins / 1855. E. Gulley

LONDON & DUBLIN PORTER HOUSE Hotwell Road
1851 - 53. Thomas Winniatt

LONDON TAVERN Rownham Place
1861 - 82. Mary Ann Cowhan

MARDYKE HOTEL Hotwell Road

MASONS’ ARMS Hotwell Road
1868 - 69. S. Stevens / 1871. David Garraway / 1872. Daniel Garraway / 1874. Mary Melhuish / 1875 to 1877. Henry James Huxtable
1878. Edwin Nutt / 1879. Sarah Williams / 1881. Rachel Bizley / 1882 - 83. James Hurford / 1885. John Harrison
1886. James Barefoot / 1887. George Rogers / 1888. Thomas Walsh / 1889. Mary Bright / 1891. Joseph Wright / 1892. John Union
1896. E. J. Mitchell / 1899. Robert Hutchinson / 1901. John Griffiths

MASONS’ ARMS Merchants’ Place
1871 - 77. James Davis / 1878. H. S. Groves

MERCHANTS’ ARMS Merchants’ Place (Road)

MONMOUTHSHIRE HOUSE Hotwell Road
1851. Thomas Maybury / 1853. Thomas Probert

NEW DOCK TAVERN Hotwell Road
1868 - 69. Mary Ann Wyatt / 1869. C. Durkey / 1871. James Cripps / 1872 to 1874. Emily Henderson / 1875 - 76. James Usher Strong
1878. Henry Handsford

NEW INN & TAVERN Dowry Square
1775 - 87. Thomas Nicholls / 1792 - 94. Joseph Bowman / 1800. Joseph Bowman & Thomas Hoare (tap)  / 1806. John Brown
1806. Elizabeth Perrin (tap) / 1825 to 1829. William Stooke

NOVA SCOTIA Nova Scotia Place, Cumberland Road
1848 - 49. William Britton / 1851 - 53. Nathaniel Richards / 1854. Thomas Nash / 1855. Thomas Rawlins  / 1858 - 77. Daniel Sweet
1878. Mary Sweet / 1879 - 89. William Perryman - Griffey / 1891 - 1906. William Williams / 1909. Mrs. M. Williams
1914 - 15. Eva Hare / 1916 to 1921. Henry Wookey / 1922 to 1925. Minnie Wookey / 1926 - 28. John Jenkins
1931 - 38. William Compton / 1944 - 50. Beatrice Lyons / 1953. William Heale / 1975. K. Emery
a pub called the Dock Tavern was next door to the Nova Scotia, and in 1889 the two pubs were merged under the name of the Nova Scotia, it is still trading

ODD FELLOWS’ ARMS Hotwell Road
1848. Charles Matthews / 1849. Joseph Strange / 1853 - 61. John Redman / 1861. Mary Ann Redman / 1863. Francis Collins
1866. William Adams / 1867 - 68. Robert Pearse / 1871. Henry Knox / 1872. Daniel Quin
The Odd Fellows’ Arms was later named the Training Ship Tavern

OLIVE BRANCH No.50 Mardyke, Hotwell Road
1857. Ann Niblett

PACKET HOUSE TAVERN Caroline Place
1839 - 42. William Capper / 1848 - 49. Samuel Cross / 1851. William Court / 1853 - 69. William Davies / 1871 - 87. Joseph Randall
1893. Agnes Randall / 1899. Priscilla Hamilton / 1901 - 09. Richard Thorn / 1914. Mrs. E. Ashford / 1921. Edward Jones

PEMBROKE CASTLE Western Square
1858 - 60. J. Bryant / 1861 to 1875. John Pocock / 1876 - 83. Charles Curtis / 1886. G. Griffiths  / 1885 - 87. Frederick Stuckey
1889. Alonzo Matthews / 1891 - 1921. Henry Creese

PILOT HOTEL Western Place

PLUMBERS’ ARMS Love Street
1853. Thomas Loxstone

PLUME OF FEATHERS Hotwell Road
1775. John Smith / 1792. John Apperly / 1794. Ann Humphries / 1806. Samuel Kepple / 1816. Samuel Layland / 1820. John Cork
1822 - 23. Charles Morgan / 1826. W. Morgan / 1828 - 34. Richard Lessey / 1837 - 40. William Arberry / 1842 - 48. Thomas McCulloch
1849. J. Davey / 1851 - 53. George Knight / 1855 to 1863. Thomas Stooke / 1865 - 68. G. Harris / 1869 to 1885. Samuel Jones
1886 - 89. Henry Cook / 1891. William Williams / 1892. Ellen Middleton / 1894. Emma Middleton / 1896 - 1904. James Woods
1905 - 11. Emma Woods / 1914 - 21. Albert Baker / 1928 - 38. Frederick Gallaway / 1944. Alfred James / 1950 - 53. John James
1960 - 75. R. J. Milsom

POLYGON ALE & PORTER STORES North Green Street

PRINCE OF WALES Hotwell Road
1848. Thomas Ricketts / 1865 - 77. Alfred Gwinnell / 1879 - 87. William Butler / 1889 - 1901. Nicholas Roberts / 1904 - 06. Mary Prigg
1909. James Bidgood

PRINCE OF WALES Western Square (Cumberland Basin)
1849 - 51. John Jones / 1851 - 55. Charlotte Barnes / 1857 - 71. Margaret Jones / 1872 to 1891. Margaret E. Farmer
1892. Charles Langford / 1899. William Neall / 1901. Charles Maine

PRINCESS ALEXANDRA Merchants’ Parade (Hotwell Road)
1869 - 72. William Leigh / 1874 - 77. James Wood

RED LION Hotwell Road
1855. George Lewis / 1865. W. J. Garvin / 1866 - 69. Charles Summerhayes / 1871 - 75. George Yendall  / 1876. Edwin Nutt
1877. W. Spackman / 1878 - 79. George Stainer / 1882 - 94. Patrick Rockett / 1896 - 1901. Ada Merrick

RED LION Love Street
1851. David Watkins

RISING SUN Hotwell Road
1848. C. Simpkin / 1853. William Lloyd

RISING SUN Hotwell Road South
1868 - 1873. John Gould

ROBIN HOOD Hotwell Road
1853. Walter E. Dolman / 1867. Edwin Derrick

ROSE OF DENMARK Dowry Place

ROWNHAM TAVERN Rownham Place
1800. John Woodman / 1816 - 23. David Llewellin / 1826 - 30. Thomas Elliott / 1831 - 34. Ann Elliott / 1837 - 40. William Giddings
1842. W. Sims / 1844. Henry Sims / 1848 - 56. John Parratt / 1857 to 1862. George Wonnacott / 1863 - 68. George Wort
demolished for the widening of the locks in Cumberland Basin (1868 - 1873). In the 1871 census, George Wort is listed as: toll taker, Rownham ferry. In august 1859, the Rownham Tavern and ferry were advertised ... To be let, subject to the approval of the tenant, by the trustees of the property, Rownham Ferry and Tavern, the trade of the tavern has been considerably increased by the addition of a splendidly fitted up wine and spirit vaults, and the revenue from the ferry is very large. For all further particulars as to terms &c. apply to Mr Wonnacott, on the premises; or to Mr Alexander, appraiser, auction rooms, 49 Broad Street.

ROWNHAM HOTEL Charlton Place / Hotwell Road

ROYAL BRIDE Hotwell Road
1861 - 65. Samuel Emery / 1866. Edwin Boulton / 1867. Fred Payne / 1868. Harriett Young / 1869. William Lane
1871 - 74. Edwin Rowles / 1875. John Poole / 1876 - 77. George Hopkins
Named after the Bristol built auxillary screw clipper the ‘Royal Bride’ built expressly for the Australian & new Zealand trade, carrying both passengers and cargo.

SAILORS’ RETURN Wherry Slip (Nova Scotia Place)
1834 - 44. William Taylor / 1848 - 53. Thomas Rawlins / 1853. George Humphries / 1854 - 55. William Beer / 1859 - 68. William Hook
1868 - 77. John Burt

SALUTATION Charles Place
1854 - 61. Sophia Moor / 1861 - 63. Benjamin Markey / 1866 - 69. Eliza Bartlett / 1869. William Dyer / 1871. Edmund Lambert
1872 - 75. Charles Harding / 1876. Ruth Larner / 1876 to 1891. Mary Ann Hole / 1892 - 96. Elizabeth Rosevear / 1899. Eliza Palmer
1901 - 06. Mary Sabina Lea / 1909. George Lea / 1914. Edward Jones

SALUTATION Hotwell Road
1775. John Webb / 1794. Roger Bate / 1800. John Whitlew / 1806. Robert Chaplain / 1816. William Howell

SARACEN’S HEAD Hotwell Road
1861. William Willment / 1861. Thomas Rich

SEVERN & WYE Cumberland Basin
1866. Catherine Court / 1867 - 69. John Hutchings

SHAMROCK Hotwell Road
1841 - 49. Sophia Moore / 1851 - 66. Samuel Howe

SHIPWRIGHTS’ ARMS Mardyke Ferry
1840. Charles Stuart

SHIP ON LAUNCH Hotwell Road
1783. Abraham Payne / 1792 - 94. James Llewellin / 1800. Samuel Jones / 1806. John Richards / 1816. Mary Kepple
1820 - 22. William Roach / 1823 - 26. Margaret Roach / 1828. James Fisher / 1830 - 32. Thomas Powell
1833 to 1851. James Richards / 1851 - 61. Elizabeth Richards / 1863 - 68. Samuel Bryant

SHIP TAVERN Nova Scotia Place
1851 - 57. Robert Loney
later known as the Dock Tavern

SPRING GARDENS TAVERN Hotwell Road
1792. Thomas Morgan / 1794. William Locker / 1800. Robert Chaplin / 1806. Thomas Green / 1816 - 23. Richard Lessey
1828 - 44. William K. Jordan / 1848 - 51. R. McLean / 1853 - 56. William Evans / 1857 to 1863. James Payne
1864 to 1865. Thomas Stooke / 1865 to 1867. Charles Stooke / 1868 to 1874. Isaac Francis / 1875. George Jones
1876 - 83. Isaac Jones / 1885. William Rogers / 1886 - 87. E. Halford / 1889. Charles Brock / 1891. Robert Hiscock
1892 - 96. Emily Wagstaff / 1899 - 1904. George Chesterton / 1906 - 09. Edward Jackson / 1914 - 31. James Russell
1935 - 38. James Payne / 1944 - 53. William Higgs / 1960 - 75. H. J. Crook
William Evans is also listed as a mason and builder with premises in Coronation Road.  
October 1865 ... Messrs. Sidney Sprod & Son  are instructed to let, with immediate possession, in consequence of the death of the late proprietor, the above old established and well frequented home brewing tavern.  The house is situate in the best part of Hotwell Road, in the direct line of the Port & Pier Railway terminus, is in full trade, has a compact brewing plant, spacious saloon, covered skittle alley, large club room, convenient bar, comfortable parlour and tap, good cellars, ten bedrooms and every other convenience for a large and respectable business.  Rent low.  Coming in by valuation, about £300.  For further particulars apply at the broker’s office, 1, Baldwin Street, Bristol.


STAR Hotwell Road
1848 - 49. James Jones / 1853. J. Jefferies / 1854. William Pomeroy / 1858 - 60. George Harris / 1865 - 69. Henry Bird
1871 - 72. John Tickle / 1874 - 77. Robert Wilson

STAR HOTEL Western Place

STEAM PACKET HOUSE Hotwell Road
1831 - 33. Owen Lewis / 1834. Margaret Lewis / 1839 - 40. John Ward / 1848 - 49. George Godfrey / 1851. Sarah Godfrey
1853. James James / 1855 - 57. Daniel Sweet / 1858. H. Cox / 1861 - 63. William Allsop / 1865. Jonah Anstee
1867 - 68. Thomas Mayer / 1869. C. Pratten / 1871. John Day / 1872. George Beacham

STEAM PACKET TAVERN Merchants’ Parade (Hotwell Road)

STORK HOTEL Gloucester Terrace
1871 - 77. John Hancox / 1878. N. B. Calder / 1879. Mrs. B. C. Calder / 1882 - 87. Felix Davies / 1889 - 91. Frederick Davis
1892 - 96. Mary Jane Gilshenan / 1899 - 1906. William Newman / 1909 - 14. Frederick Bennett / 1917. A. C. Clark & Co.

SUSPENSION BRIDGE INN Hotwell Road
1861 - 76. William Thomas / 1877. Mary Meluish / 1878. George Rowland / 1879 to 1886. James Whitlow / 1887. E. Brown
1889 - 94. James Whitlow / 1899 - 1906. William Tollman / 1909 - 10. Margaret Mary Murphy  / 1911 - 35. Margaret Mary Lynes
1937 - 38. Ernest Lavers

SWAN Hotwell Road South
1863. William Tarzey / 1867. Alfred Banfield / 1869. Eliza Banfield / 1871 - 72. George Lambourne / 1874 - 75. Thomas Stephens
1876. J. Box / 1879. Richard Hooper (jnr) / 1882. Thomas Stone / 1883. Henry Spon / 1885. James Gilbert / 1886. H. Cook

SWANSEA ARMS Rownham Place (Hotwell Road)
1848 - 57. William Jones / 1861. Jane Davies / 1863 - 66. George Atwell / 1867. William Purdy
1868 - 69. Joseph Millier / 1871 - 83. William Slaymaker / 1885 - 87. Sidney Sturgis / 1889 - 99. Edward Bellamy
1901 - 09. Mary Bellamy / 1914. William King / 1917 - 35. Edith Gertrude King / 1937 - 53. Carl Hall

TENBY PACKET HOUSE Western Square
1849 - 61. Thomas Ricketts / 1866 - 69. William Cook / 1871 - 72. William Tidey

TENNIS COURT Hotwell Road
1775. Robert Coleman

TIGER TAVERN Hotwell Road
1853 - 62. Thomas Barnett / 1862 to 1871. Jane Barnett / 1872 to 1875. Thomas King / 1876. George A. Smith
1877 to 1878. John Langdon / 1879 to 1884. Francis Cox / 1884. Isabella Cox

TRAINING SHIP TAVERN Hotwell Road
1874 - 91. William Thornhill / 1892 - 99. Edwin Brookman / 1904 - 06. Joseph Davey / 1909. Richard Woods
The Training Ship Tavern was previously named the Odd Fellows’ Arms

TWO NAGS’ HEADS Hotwell Road
1794. Thomas Davis

VICTORY Hotwell Road
1841. Elizabeth Thorn / 1848 - 55. James Cantle

VOLUNTEER TAVERN Hotwell Road
1865 - 69. John Phillips / 1871 - 78. Thomas Nicholls / 1879. Robert Hutchinson / 1882 - 86. William Davis / 1887. Thomas Walsh
1889 - 94. Frances Lockyer / 1896. William Lucy / 1899 - 1901. John Fitter

VULCAN Hotwell Road
1841 - 42. Thomas Waters

WHITE HART Jacob’s Wells

WHITE HORSE Hanover Place

WILLIAM IV Hotwell Road
1833 - 34. William Merrifield / 1837. Elizabeth Milsom / 1840 - 42. George Baker / 1848 - 53. Jacob Naish  / 1856. Mrs. J. Bassett
1857 - 65. Joseph Francis / 1867. Samuel Bryant / 1868 to 1877. John Baynon / 1878 - 79. Charles Cornelius
1881 - 83. Thomas Lyne / 1885. William Millward / 1886. R. W. Pearce

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