ROSE OF DENMARK  Dowry Place

1868 - 75. William Seavell
1876 to 1877. Alfred Beard
1878 - 79. Thomas Pearce
1881 - 86. James Nash
1887. William Crewe
1888 to 1899.
John Williams White
1901. Arthur Broom
1904. Alfred Joy
1906 - 09. Albert Barratt
1911 - 44. Richard Woods
1950. Edith Woods
1953. Arthur Woods
1975. K. E. Hill (manager)

Princess Alexandra, the Rose of Denmark, 1844 - 1920

 

1863 - 1901 ... Princess of Wales

1901 - 1910 ... Queen Consort and Empress of India

1910 - 1920 ... The Queen Mother

Pictured here before the first world war when Albert Barratt was landlord, the Rose of Denmark is still trading. The pub was named after Alexandra, Princess of Wales, wife of the Prince of Wales who was later to become Edward VII.  The Princess Alexandra pub in Hotwell Road was also named after this future Queen.

CENSUS 1871.
William Seavell 61, head married, mariner and licensed victualler, St.George’s Somerset
Jane Seavell 58, wife married, St.George’s Somerset
Alfred Seavell 22, son unmarried, steward of steamer, Hotwells Bristol
Elizabeth Seavell 19, daughter unmarried, Hotwells Bristol
James H. Sheethers 24, visitor unmarried, accountant, Hotwells Bristol

CENSUS 1881.
James Nash 53, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Kate Nash 53, wife married, Wotton-under-edge, Gloucestershire
Ann Marie Nash 17, daughter unmarried, bar assistant, Bristol
Kate Heall 1, granddaughter scholar, Bristol
Clara Huggins 20, servant unmarried, bar assistant, Bristol
Jane Freman 58, servant married, general servant, Bristol

CENSUS 1891.
John W. White 52, head married, licensed victualler, Devon Exmouth
Annie White 29, wife married, helps in bar, Glamorgan Swansea
Ernest D. White 17, son single, apprentice to engine fitter, Bristol
Elsie Grace White 13, daughter scholar, Bristol
Elma Brooke White 12, daughter scholar, Bristol
Harry W. Harford 10, nephew scholar, Bristol

CENSUS 1901.
Arthur Broom 29, head married, licensed victualler, Devon Axminster
Edith A. Broom 25, wife married, Devon Honiton
Nora Tawton 21, servant single, Yorkshire Sheffield

CENSUS 1911.
Richard Woods 25, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Edith Woods 26, wife married, assisting in the business, Bristol
Hilda Woods 3, daughter, Bristol
Olive Woods 2, daughter, Bristol
Francis Woods 8 months, son, Bristol
Elsie Elliott 16, servant single, servant and barmaid, Bristol

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