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Great Brenton Seashore Property photographs A few nice Brenton Beach House images I found: HO – Historical Bristol Street Directory 1871

Mathews’ Bristol Street Directory 1871 Hobb’s Lane, Denmark Street Hollibrook Place, Spring Street, Bedminster Hollister Street, Water Street Holme Court, Castle Street Holton Street, Newfoundland Street to Frome Bridge William Lemon John Wintle Panter, Woodward, & Co. vinegar manufacturers. 1941 Newfoundland Road two high-explosives destroyed Purnell’s vinegar works and St. Clement’s Church. Also Listed, Purnell & Panter & Co, Houlton Street, Bristol Pure malt vinegar, pickles and sauces. Joseph Pethybridge, shop keeper Samuel Ward, plasterer Thomas Sweet Samuel Harris, vict, White Hart (pub) 1840. Charles Williams / 1842 – 49. James Escott / 1853 – 55. L. Pritchard / 1855 to 1857. J. Bartlett / 1857 – 60. James Pope 1863. James Green /

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1865. Thomas Griffiths / 1866. H. Spoole / 1867. Joseph Wagstaff / 1868 to 1871. Samuel Harris 1872 to 1885. John Jones / 1886 to 1887. W. Smith / 1888 – 89. Caroline Prigg / 1891. Matilda Brunt / 1892 – 96. Alfred Pike 1899 – 1909. Elizabeth Pike / 1914 – 21. William Macey / 1925 – 28. Frances Macey / 1931. Henry Dowding. George Bryant, baker John Archer and Son, tailors William Henry Andrews, shop keeper William Wilcox, vict, Britannia (pub) bristolslostpubs.eu/page269.html Frederick W. Norrish, undertaker Harry Williams, dairyman Henry Parker, vict, Paul Pry Inn (pub) 1832. Edward Cooper / 1834. William Jones / 1837 – 40. William Owen / 1847- 58. William Howes / 1860 – 69. George Griffin 1871. Henry Parker / 1872 to 1874. Samuel Brittan / 1875 to 1876. William Jancy / 1877. G. Hoskings / 1878. G. N. Hopkins 1879. George Mare / 1882 – 83. John West / 1885 – 89. Albert Clarke / 1891. Frederick Reynolds / 1892. Francis Thomas 1896. Emily Pain / 1899. Henry Simmonds / 1901. Alfred Osborne / 1904. Kate Osborne. Hook’s Mills, Ashley Hill Hope Chapel Hill, Dowry Square to Granby Hill George Webber, family grocer Clifton British School Hope Chapel George Weare, brazier & gasfitter Henry J. Brown, boot & shoe maker Abraham Long, greengrocer & dairyman J. Down, plumber and gasfitter George Brooks, general dealer (Power Street) George Brooker William Griffths Thomas Jones, boot maker Hugh Smith, general dealer Chandler Bryant, beer retailer, dairyman and vict, Cork Porter House (pub) Power Street, Hope Chapel Hill. 1871. Chandler Bryant (beer retailer and dairyman) / 1871 – 72. William Bryant. Walter Foan, vict, Adam & Eve (pub) 1775. George Rivers / 1792 – 94. Thomas Morgan / 1806. Garret Barry / 1816. William Steeden / 1820 – 23. Thomas Elliott jnr 1826 to 1834. Thomas

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Hurn / 1835 to 1848. Thomas Lurway / 1849 to 1853. William Jones / 1854 to 1860. John Burt1861. Ann Lake / 1863. George Talbot / 1865 to 1869. John M. Woolcock / 1870. Walter Foan / 1871 to 1875. John M. Woolcock 1876. James Salvage / 1877 to 1878. William Martin / 1879. Martin Barnard / 1881. Eliza Gunningham / 1882. W. H. Clark 1883. William Burton / 1885 – 86. John Keefe / 1887. Frank Horne / 1888. Thomas Dixey / 1889 to 1896. Henry Hulbert 1897. John McNair / 1901 – 04. Henry Ford / 1906 – 11. William Rollings / 1914 – 17. Francis Cooper / 1921. Edwin George 1925. Philip Creese / 1928 – 38. Harriett Florence Haines / 1944 – 50. Alfred Steinke / 1953. Annie Steinke / 1975. W. C. May. Hope Cottages, St. Philips Marsh Hope Place, Leopard Lane, Frogmore Street Hope Square, Granby Hill, Hotwells 9, Miss Rawle, lodging house 10. James D. Britt 11. John Sutton, lodging house 13. Samuel Henry Cook 14. Thomas Perry 15. James K. Morgan, rate collector and clerk of Christ Church, Clifton For the remainder of Hope Square, see Granby Hill. Hope Square, Stillhouse Lane Hoppers Court, Temple Street Horatio Terrace, Cumberland Road Horfield Road, Bishopston (Albert Place) 1. James Bird, greengrocer 2. John Bennett, beer retailer 3. Harriet Thatcher 4. Aaron Wiltshire, (city missionary) 5. Charles Tabbrett 6. ?. Tristain, bootmaker (Elton Place) 1. William James Hitchins, Moira house 2. John Roberts 3. William Henry Passmore

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4. Mrs Riddle 5. Mrs Gibbs, milliner 6. Thomas Clilford 7. George Oakley, master mariner 8. George Turnbull 9. ? 10. Rev James Burrell 11. Mrs Perrett 12. J. Huxtable 13. John Williams 14. Charles Gallop, grocer, etc. 15. Isaac Kebby 16. Mrs Mole 17. J. C. Ivens 18. ? 19. Robert L. Bryan 20. Robert Witherspoon 21. Wheeler and Son, confectioners 22. Lieutenant-Colonel Parbley 23. Thomas Witts 24. ? 25. Mrs. Harvey, milliner 26. George Vincent, fruiterer 27. John Street, pork butcher G. Jenkins, lime burner 28. John Galliford, vict, Royal Hotel (pub) On the corner with Overton Road, the Royal Hotel later named the Gloucester is now the Hobgoblin. 1870 – 78. John Galliford / 1879 – 86. Benjamin Weaver / 1893 – 1909. Michael Clune / 1914 – 38. Samuel Hankins 1944 – 50. Clara Tanner / 1953. Leslie Malcolm / 1975. R. H. Hawkins. (In the 1901 census, Edith Masters is listed as manageress, this information was provided by Hugh Watkins) 29. J. H. Mills 30. Joseph Newman 31. William Probert 32. Mrs Paul 33. George Martin, bootmaker 34. Walter Holland, oil dealer 35. ? 36. Susan Low 37. J. Kinnersley, grocer 38. Mrs Pope, greengrocer 39. ? 40. George Bennett, news agent 41. William Guley 42. Mrs Lambert, dressmaker

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43 Thomas E. Walters, vict, New Inn (pub) The New Inn was next door to the Foresters’ Arms. 1871. Thomas Walters / 1872 – 75. George Vincent / 1877 – 78. Frederick Emery / 1886. George Watts / 1887. E. Bowden 1893. Ernest Boulton / 1896 – 1914. George Padfield / 1917 – 28. Walter Joseph Palmer / 1931 – 38. Margaret Palmer 1944 – 53. Catherine Jennings. (Beaufort Place) Henry Priddy, dairyman & beer retailer Thomas Mealing, grocer Joseph Curtis James Piper Charles Phillips, baker William Jones, printer Charles William Banwell, tailor Caroline Milsom, pork butcher William Kellaway, frame maker John B. Longman Richard Higman Walter Podger Ann Forse Benjamin Clarke, chemist William Ford, slater, etc Amos Hibbett, grocer J . Elias Stevens, bootmaker Thomas Pearce, greengrocer George Bazley, butcher Edgar Parry, bootmaker Alfred Simmnons, haberdasher S. Curtis, baker Joseph Curdell, vict, Waggon & Horses (pub) 1851. William Price / 1853. Ellen Ellaway / 1861. George Curdell / 1865 – 74. Joseph Curdell. (Brookfield Crescent) George Boulton, grocer George Milsom, butcher A. Cassidy Charles Johnson Miss Thomas Frederick H. Driver, accountant John Martin John Moon Thomas Farrow Alfred Farrow Stephen Parkhouse

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John Hall Alfred Brooks T. P. Attwood Samuel Kernick Mrs Collins James Waterman Robert Phillips Isaac Lovell, fly proprietor James Charles Gorton, Brook house William Fishpool, grocer Benj. York, builder, Winford villa John W. Watts, vict, Robin Hood’s Retreat (pub) 1871 – 78. John Watts / 1882. Henry Tanner / 1883 – 1904. John Harris / 1909 – 17. George Garraway / 1920 – 38. Henry Lewis Tripp 1940 – 44. Austin Edward Baylis / 1950 – 53. Robert Powles / 1960. D. W. Wakefield / 1975. T. M. Hennessy. (in 1940 the rent paid by Austin Baylis was £52 per annum, the landlords were The Bristol Brewery Georges & Co Limited) (Alexandra Villas) Charles Joseph Vining Joseph Webley (Princess Villas) George Cox George King (Princess Place) Alfred Bannister John Coome, carpenter William Hartnell, gardener Richard Hunt James Cattle, mason John Cave Bishop James W. Broad, builder, Stanley villa Robert Skeates, Carlton villa. Samuel Stone, Westbourne villa Joseph Hunt, Tintern villa Capt D. Macdonald, R.N. Wilton villa (Denmark Villas) John Curnick William Henry Grigg

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(Denmark Place) James Kernick Frederick Cook, (customs) Mark Butt, Caprera villa Edward Broadrick, Eden villa Bishopston Church (Russell’s Fields) James Hole, grainer John Banbury, baker John Davis, bootmaker James Down, tailor Joseph Edwards, haulier Alfred Holliday, plasterer Rev George W. Bence, M.A. Vicarage William Cullimore, Cheltenham house William Palmer, Seford cottage John Edwards, Kent villa S. V. Dewey, Bleak villa T. V. Clarke, Gloster villa John Orchard, Horfield villa James Selway, grocer, vict, Old Fox Inn (pub) 1871 – 72. James Selway / 1875 – 86. Richard Pegler / 1893. Thomas Maddock / 1896. George Jackson / 1899. Sidney Slade 1901. E. Slade / 1904. Sidney Slade / 1909. James Hall / 1914 – 21. Emma Griffiths / 1925 – 35. Edwin Luff / 1937 – 38. Edward Hale 1944 – 60. William T. Hartnell / 1975. A. E. Fisher. (Bynfield) William Dyer, dairyman, Byn?eld house Richard Davis, shoeing smith John E. Stibbs, Horfield school William Moore, shoemaker Daniel Phillpott, grocer John Vallis, Clara villas Henry Clouter, Clara villas Hannah Salter, vict, Anchor (pub) 1841 – 58. Joseph Salter / 1861 – 93. Hannah Salter / 1896 – 1901. Edwin Mitchell / 1904 – 44. Daniel Philpott 1950 – 60. Arthur J. Oatway / 1975. D. Keats. (Briton Place) John Davis, plasterer H. C. Wicks

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John Rowe Eli Thatcher, gardener (Richmond Place) William Young Thomas Reeves, haulier J. B. Willmott, Fern lodge Henry Hornegold, ganger, 1, Ambrose villa Joseph Packer, 2, Ambrose villas Henry Cary, tailor, 1, Myrtle villas John Harding, butcher, 2, Myrtle villas Thomas P. Jackson, 1, Edna villas Thos. Williams, dairyman, 2, Edna villas Joseph Gillam, Oak villa Robert Watkins, bootmaker John Atwell, mason, vict, Royal Oak (pub) bristolslostpubs.eu/page331.html (Victoria Place) Henry Fisher Charles Gillam William Webber Edward Knight William Driffield, farm bailiff Mrs Cutler, Horfield Gardens Hubert Samuel Cox, Box cottage William Rodway, Rose cottage James Hussey, South Wales cottage Uriah Hanks, shopkeeper Edward Smith, 2, Bryn villas Thomas Pitcher, 1, Bryn villas W. Harding, Victoria house William Hall, vict, Victoria Inn (pub) 1871 – 74. William Hall / 1877 – 86. Reuben Rosling / 1893 – 99. William Brown / 1901. Samuel Phipps / 1904 – 09. Henry Heale 1910 – 17. Matthew Sutton / 1921. Elizabeth Sutton / 1925 – 38. Julia Elizabeth Sutton / 1944 – 50. Hannah Jelley 1953. Wilfrid Jelley / 1975. W. J. Mathews. William Bryant, vict, Golden Lion (pub) 1871 – 78. William Bryant / 1879 – 86. William Butt / 1893 – 1901. Nathaniel Morgan / 1904. Louisa Bide / 1909. Frank Grainger 1914 – 21. Jane Grainger / 1925 – 31. Reginald Wensley / 1935 – 53. Beatrice Turner / 1975. W. D. Thomas. (Hill View)

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Sarah Bell, laundress Thomas Lane James Stone Post Office – William Adams Jane Rosling, grocer Charles Brooks, Swansea villa R. W. Thomas, Langland villa John New, Gloster villa Henry G. Thomas, Trentham vllla Miss Gould, ladies’ school, Gladstone villa Robert Brison, Bright villa ?. Brooklyn villa John E. Atkins, Siston villa Sidney Smith, 1, Norton villa Josiah Stephens, 2, Norton villa John Reed, Rosemont villa John Smith, Beaumont villa Samuel Whatley, plumber, etc Methodist Chapel (Olive Place) ?. Bailey Police Station – John Matthews William Scull, cooper Assembly Rooms Henry Langdon, vict, Horfield Inn (pub) More recently known as the Bristol Flyer then the Goose at the Flyer, now the Bristol Flyer again. 1841. George Nicholas / 1851 – 63. John Wolfe / 1865 – 72. Henry Langdon / 1877. R. Chapman / 1878. J. W. Sells 1883 – 93. Samuel Collard / 1896 – 1904. Francis Lewin / 1909. Charles Lewin / 1914 – 17. David Evans / 1921 – 25. Daniel Woodman 1928 – 31. Ida Woodman / 1935 – 53. Ivor King / 1960. F. J. Burt / 1975. H. N. Roberts (Bristol Flyer) (Berkeley Crescent) Arthur Williams Charles F. Bird, furniture painter Henry King J . Hasell Mrs M. A. Champion (Naylor’s Cottages) Joseph Curtis, baker James Watts, gardener

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(The Grove) William Howe, Marnhull cottage Thomas Giles, gardener (Elton Terrace) John Bateman, Clifton villa William Henry Dunn, Hope villa George R. Hambling, Woodstock villa ?. Downing villa John A. Page, Carlton villa John Cole, Claremont villa Mrs Richard Abbott, Lodway villa Samuel Bees Lloyd, Ernest villa Charles Shackell, Brighton villa Mrs Shackell, teacher of piano-forte William Batterbee, com-trav Elton villa Thomas Evans Baker, Nelson villa ?. Sussex villa George Harris, Norwood villa William Marquis, Sefton villa ?. Hudson villa Thomas Bryan, Glanmire house Horfield Road, St. Michaels Hill to Kingsdown Parade Frederick Thomas Mansfield, painter, etc Thomas Usher, brewery P. D. Macfarlane, Colston house (Colston Terrace) Henry Addiscott Mrs Hutton Elizabeth Mitten M. Council W. Turner J. Heales J. Pounds John J. V. Tittle Isaac Stagg Richard Hayman, clock case maker Henry Matthews Nathaniel Edgecombe William Bevan

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John Rippy John Dash, cooper and vat maker Miss Jane Dobbins William Robert Smailes Miss Healls, dressmaker Ellen Ann Eager Edward Lewis, carpenter Emma Collins, green grocer Geary Brothers, ironmongers James Poole, Prospect cottage Thomas Jotcham, tailor William Elkins, furniture broker Michael Wagg, butcher Thomas. Hope, greengrocer & poulterer Charles Britt, hair dresser William Dudd, grocer, etc. Edward Ashley, watchmaker, etc William Tuckett, Vine cottage John Griffiths, vict, Prince of Wales (pub) 1871 – 72 John Griffiths / 1874 – 75 Elizabeth Marsh / 1876 William Northam / 1877 – 79 Joseph Davis / 1881 – 83 William Sutherland 1885 – 88 Charles Eli Bowden / 1889 Louisa Biles / 1891 – 1914 John Williams / 1917 – 38 Arthur Chillcott. (the Prince Of Wales was bombed 26th February 1941) Horfield Terrace, Horfield Road Jonathan Rosevear Elizabeth Weeks James Agg George Fogg John Beazer, baker Richard Kidd William Evans, mason William Thomas Edward Beach George Edmunds Thomas Turner, boot maker Alfred Bryson Joseph Nock Horsefair, St. James Churchyard Mark Cox, marine store dealer Joseph Drew, vict, Wheat Sheaf (pub) 1800 – 06 James Thompson / 1816 Sarah Barker / 1820 – 37 John Waite / 1839 – 40 T. Kilby / 1842 Thomas Allen / 1844 William Luxton 1847 William

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Pullen / 1848 to 1866 Samuel Morgan / 1867 Mary Ann Morgan / 1869 – 78 Joseph Drew / 1879 to 1891 Robert Mallett 1892 Thomas Lethbridge / 1894 Thomas Totterdill / 1896 Julia McCoy / 1897 – 1901 Joseph Thomas / 1904 Albert Tulliett 1906 John Evans / 1909 William Phillips / 1914 – 28 George Wigens / 1931 – 38 Frederick Pearce. Bread Concern, – Silcocks, manager George Heal, baker Frederick Samuel Dyke, sofa manufacturer Joseph Taylor, grocer & hair dresser John Gillis, musical instrument maker Mrs Geo. Naylor, turner and broker William Perryman, carriage lamp maker Richard Cowle, vict, White Horse (pub) On the corner with the Barrs Street, across the road from the Plume of Feathers, in 1953 Barrs Street was closed and The White Horse pulled down, the whole area is now covered by Debenhams department store. The hotel is shown here awaiting demolition. bristolslostpubs.eu/page73.html Michael Merret, corn factor William Jenkins, watch maker James Branton Lewis, boot maker John Hollins, general dealer Edwin William Webber, vict, Foresters’ Arms (pub) 1849 William Watts / 1851 Mary Proverbs / 1853 – 55 William Brown / 1857 – 69 Mary Freeman / 1871 – 79 Edwin Webber 1881 – 82 Joseph Houlton / 1885 – 87 Hanora Henchy / 1888 Wintour Higgs / 1889 to 1891 James Lennon / 1892 Elizabeth Hugley 1896 – 97 William Butler / 1899 – 1901 Thomas Ball / 1904 – 06 Arthur Cayless / 1909 Samuel Collard. Josiah White, tobacconist, etc Sarah Ann Hollins, general shop Joseph Elworthy, butcher Richard Symes, pork butcher Mrs S. White, clothes dealer ?. Wills, senior, potato stores Joseph Hatherley, grocer William Hicks, pawnbroker Stephen Bendall, greengrocer John Smith, boot maker Solomam Levy, clothes dealer Richard Walker, vict, Grand Turk (pub) (same address as the Glo’ster Tavern) 1870 – 71 Richard Walker / 1871 Sarah Ann Walker. Mrs John McDonald, green grocer Mrs Maggs. clothes dealer

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Caroline Wills, clothes dealer Esther Edgell, vict, Duke of Wellington (pub) 1867 C. Dyke / 1868 William Dyke / 1869 James Tovey / 1871 Ester Edgell / 1871 to 1877 George Lewis Evans / 1878 R. M. Griffiths 1879 James Bicker / 1881 – 82 Edward White / 1883 – 91 William Murphy. Thomas Gunter, currier Broadmead Chapel (Oldest Methodist building in the world) Henry Watkins, clothes dealer John A. Jones, furniture broker Paul Perry, vict, Haymarket Tavern (pub) Once stood on the corner with Union Street, the building dates from around 1860 and was demolished in 1955 to be replaced with shops later the site of Barclays Bank. bristolslostpubs.eu/page38.html John Jefferies, shopkeeper, grocer & tea dealer Charles Dovey, bird dealer George Tite Ralph, ironmonger & rag merchant Mrs Gibbs grocer & tea dealer Henry Llewellin, hair dresser Michael Merritt, corn factor Peter Cocking Charles Street, ironmonger Samuel Hearn, vict, Three Boars’ Head (pub) 1754 – 55 Charles Hemmings / 1764 Robert Hughes / 1775 William Jones / 1794 – 1806 Mary Jones / 1816 William Thomas 1822 Mary Bartlett / 1823 Richard Walter / 1826 J. Marshall / 1828 Mary Marshall / 1830 – 34 Richard Walter / 1837 – 40 John Walter 1842 – 57 Richard Walter / 1858 – 74 Samuel Hearn. William Thomas was also a cabinet maker. Thomas Brown, general dealer Ann Polman, boot and shoe dealer Ann Davis, clothes dealer Richard Howell, French polisher Mrs. Edgell, potato stores Horton Street, Whippingcat Hill to Cheese Lane H. H. Tripp, ale and porter merchant Albert Tavern, Horton Street / Midland Road 1842 – 44. John Rouch / 1847 – 53. William Flook / 1853 – 63. Ann Flook / 1867 – 72. Francis Tripp / 1874 – 78. Robert Gazzard 1882 – 83. Henry Smith / 1885 – 88. Henry Smart / 1889 – 92. William Marsh / 1896 – 1901. Henry Hext / 1904 – 17. Henry Skinner 1921 – 38. John Hares.

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John Finn, vict, Dove (pub) 1869 – 77. John Finn / 1878. H. Campion / 1879. Henry Tripp / 1882. M. Bell / 1883. William Humphries. Caerleon Arms, Horton Street 1853. George Thomas / 1856 – 58. John Hitchman. Fountain, Horton Street 1855. E. Ireland / 1857. James Lovell / 1858. George Palfrey / 1861. John Thomas / 1869. H. Borne / 1872 – 79. Joseph Bailey 1883 – 85. Samuel Britton / 1888. Charles Osgood / 1889. Robert Beacham / 1891. George Emery / 1892 – 96. Edward Stone 1899. William Harris / 1901. Thomas Drake / 1904. John Smith / 1906. William Hounsell / 1909. Selina Hounsell 1914. Frederick Liddeatt / 1917 – 21. Elizabeth Ann Liddeatt. Horton Inn, Horton Street 1879. James Leadbeater / 1882 – 83. Elizabeth Johnson / 1885. Charles Holland / 1886. Harvey Amphlett / 1887 to 1891. John Jefferies 1892. Michael Bradley / 1896 – 99. Ann Marks. I. Bellamy, grocer Mary Knight William Payne, plumber & gasfitter William Hayes George Bird H. T. Copp, boot maker Edward Dinham, grocer William Edwards Henry Usher Francis Dark J. Bayley, beer retailer George Lewis, plasterer & painter Stephens Brorthers hemp merchants & spinners William and Alfred Cooksley, ironmongers & nail makers, etc Edwin Gregory F. A. Collins Thomas Hopkins Joseph Roberts Ann Marshall Charles Taverner, cooper Ruth Larner Thomas Gunningham, wheelwright James Lawrence, ticket writer Daniel Short Carr & Son, ironmongers and saw makers James Bryant, beer retailer Hospital Court, Jacobs Wells Host Street, Christmas Street to St. Augustines Place

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Horse Street was later to become known as Host Street Frederick Radford, grocer Matthew Crowe & Co. wholesale clothiers William Dyke, general dealer Roman Catholic Young Men’s Catholic Literary Institute – Dr. Clifford Hy. Cann, tailor and clothes cleaner Richard White, dairyman Alfred Coates, coal & potato dealer James Butler John Francis John Haberfield John Clist, rush mat & basket maker John Dewey, mason James Mitchell, lath render James Short, engineer Benjamin Davis William Dove Willcox Adam Witt, baker William Coggan, spirit vaults Mrs Holbrook, vict, Flitch of Bacon (pub) The Flitch of Bacon at Nos.31 & 32 Host Street, closed in 1871 when this stretch of Host Street was demolished to allow for the building of Colston Street. Steep Street disappeared at the same time. bristolslostpubs.eu/page29.html Charles Newman, vict, St. Michael’s Porter House (pub) The steps of Zed Alley on the left of the building, which still stands today although no longer a pub. bristolslostpubs.eu/page61.html New Inn, Host Street 1794 Thomas Edwards. Hibernia Arms, Host Street 1847 – 51 Patrick Welsh / 1853 – 57 ? Connell / 1860 – 61 John Hansson. Barley Mow, Host Street 1816 Edward Royal / 1820 Thomas Thomas / 1822 John Millar / 1848 Charles Iles / 1849 Ann Bowen. Angel, Horse Street, Host Street 1752 John Evans / 1755 John Biggs (Horse Street was later to become known as Host 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. Hotwell Road, (North) St. Georges Road to Hotwells (Norman Parade)

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St. Peter’s Church William Roberts, haulier James John Rowles William Tucker, butcher George Gallop, vict, Crown & Anchor (pub) the Crown & Anchor was converted into flats in 2001. 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. George Haughton, grocer & wood carver William Henry Legge, boot maker Robert Thomas Tolman, newsagent & tobaccoist William Thomas, vict, Suspension Bridge (pub) 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. B. Hope Southey, harness maker James Crofts, watch maker Edwin Rowles, vict, Royal Bride (pub) Named after the Bristol built auxillary screw clipper the ‘Royal Bride’ built expressly for the Australian & new Zealand trade, carrying both passengers and cargo. 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. (Norman’s Terrace) George Lippiatt, confectioner William Derrick, eating house Henry Clack, photographer John Stokes, boot maker William J. Jarrett, pawnbroker Mrs Mary Vickery, pastry cook & baker Mrs E. Miller, general dealer Frederick Furze, marble mason and statuary Thomas Harris, ironmonger, etc. Mrs Wade Louisa Harris Mary A. Griffin, shopkeeper

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Charles Havock, carpenter Mrs Barnett James H. Carling, cooper William Gardner, tailor Thomas Gardner, Waiter Mrs Barnett Henry Toye, boat builder Jonathan Price, tailor Joseph Wedmore Elizabeth G. Charlesworth, greengrocer John Widgery Francis Smith, boot & shoe maker Henry Bailey, linen draper James Andrew James Longney, baker Nathaniel Evans William Steer, watch and clock maker Thomas Price, hair dresser and tobacconist William Dallorzo & Co. tailors, etc. Charles F. Phillips, shopkeeper Frederick C. Box, tobacconist and news agent John G. Adams, grocer George Stokes, plasterer, painter, etc John Beynon, vict, King William (pub) No listing for the King William, but John Beynon is listed as the landlord of the Albion, Merchant’s Parade (Hotwell Road) 1853 – 60. Edmund Selway, vict, Lamb (pub) 1861 – 63. Susanna Yendall / 1865 – 66. Mary Jane Farmer / 1867 – 74. Edmund Selway / 1877. C. Wilson / 1878 – 85. Edmund Selway. James David, vict, The Bell (pub) 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. James Barry, vict, Great Western Hotel (Tavern) (pub) 839 – 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. Robert Douel, stevedore, vict, Colstons’ Arms (pub) 1859 – 60. William Johnson / 1861. Susan West / 1863. William King / 1871 – 76. Robert Douel. Mrs Jane Barnett, vict, Tiger Tavern (pub) 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. Henry Knox, vict, Odd Fellows’ Arms (pub) The Odd Fellows’ Arms was later named the

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Training Ship Tavern. 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. Mrs Charlotte Court, vict, Friendly Mechanic (pub) 1848 – 51. Joseph Lewis / 1853 – 79. Charlotte Court / 1882. John Stephens / 1883. John Harrison. (Commercial Row) George Bond, hat and cap maker Mrs Blinman, greengrocer Dennis Rogers, shoemaker George Bond John R. Anderson, ship carver www.flickr.com/photos/20654194@N07/8440831382/in/photolis… Alfred Hembrough, china shop George Mildon, boot maker Patrick Sullivan, boot & shoe maker Guiseppe Jacomelli, confectioner, etc Edwin King, grocer Francis May, shopkeeper Francis A. Coleman, confectioner Jonathan Dumbleton George H. Davis coffee shop William Aspland, basket maker Mrs Jane Carrick, grocer George W. Toutt, undertaker Levy Saul, photographer Thomas Cottrell, upholsterer Elizabeth Gwyther, laundress Thomas Hicks, linen draper, Manchester house George Morse, greengrocer John Parsons, greengrocer Charles Crispin, general shop Francis Reed, pork butcher & greengrocer Henry Burbidge, baker and grocer Jonh George Crook, ale & porter stores Mary Williams, shopkeeper ‘ Thomas S. Royall, tobacconist Thomas Royall John D. Attwood, tobacconist & newsagent Henry A. Jennings, baker Henry Brentnall, shoemaker Thomas Longney, baker William Clutterbuck, butcher

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Thomas Chandler, dairyman & greengrocer Samuel Hiscocks, general shop Jonh Webber, marine store & general dealer E. Rouch & Co. engineers & boiler makers, Mardyke Iron Works Workmans’s Institution A. L. Davis, linen draper Samuel Cook, pawnbroker Thomas Gardner, marine store dealer Alfred Gwinnell, grocer, baker, vict, Prince of Wales (pub) 1848. Thomas Ricketts / 1865 – 77. Alfred Gwinnell / 1879 – 87. William Butler / 1889 – 1901. Nicholas Roberts / 1904 – 06. Mary Prigg 1909. James Bidgood. Thomas Nichols, grocer, , vict, Volunteer Tavern (pub) 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. John Day, vict, Steam Packet House (pub) 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. John S. Murch, vict, Friendship (pub) 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. Isaac Francis, vict, Spring Gardens Tavern (pub) 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. John S. Lambert, vict, Mardyke Hotel (Inn) (pub) 1861 – 68. Robert Burge / 1869. ? Hartnell /

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1871. John Lambert / 1871 to 1877. Albert Mattick / 1878. W. Torrington 1879. James Ford / 1882. Henry Bishop / 1883. Alfred Carter / 1885 – 89. Stephen Healey / 1891 – 92. Thomas Corcoran 1894 – 97. Frederick Collins / 1899. Francis Merrick / 1901 – 04. Mrs. B. Rockett / 1906. Henry McCullock / 1909. Francis Webb 1914. Harriet Kelley / 1917. Charles Adams / 1921 – 28. Maude Adams / 1931. Lila Millard / 1935. Jane Hood 1937 – 38. Frederick Naish / 1944 – 53. Olive Beatrice Fry / 1960. Harold F. Fry / 1975. E. E. Berry. Daniel Garraway, vict, Masons’s Arms (pub) 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. James Cripps, vict, New Dock Tavern (pub) 1868 – 69. Mary Ann Wyatt / 1869. C. Durkey / 1871. James Cripps / 1872 to 1874. Emily Henderson / 1875 – 76. James Usher Strong 1878. Henry Handsford. John Mudford, vict, Free Port Tavern (pub) 1850. William Mills / 1851 to 1855. Ann Mills / 1856 to 1877. John Mudford / 1878 – 79. James White / 1882 – 83. S. Gummer. Hotwell Road, (South) Hotwells Joseph Sage, coal merchant, Merchant’ s wharf G. K. Stothert & Co. engineers and iron ship builders George Carlile, Gladstone tea warehouse Robert H. Burden Mrs Ann Jones, laundress Matthew Cross, general shop George Cates James Batman, greengrocer William Parsley, boot maker & leather seller Charles Tottle, greengrocer & provision dealer Albert Stone, draper, City house William Manning, shipping butcher Mrs M. A. Richards, confectioner William James Brown, fishmonger Thomas T. Davies, greengrocer William Senyer, grocer Thomas H. Dennis, pork butcher Isaac Thomas , John Carwardine, soap & candle maker George Johnston, coal merchant James Ford, agent to Prudentlal Assurance Co. Edward Hubbard, fried fish shop William B. Harlow, grocer, etc

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Sarah A. Rogers, greengrocer Poole Brothers, coal merchants Mrs Harriet Watts, laundress Nathaniel Clark, greengrocer Henry Cook, coal merchant , Frederick Furze, sculptor & marble mason Board of Health Yard Mortimer & Eyles, coal merchants Charles Hill and Sons, ship builders www.flickr.com/photos/20654194@N07/2054720302/in/photolis… Albion & Limekiln Dock yards www.flickr.com/photos/20654194@N07/8062465666/in/photolis… John Gould, vict, Rising Sun (pub) 1848. C. Simpkin / 1853. William Lloyd. Henry Slade, vict, Elephant & Castle (pub) 1865 – 67. Edward Willams / 1868 to 1874. Henry Slade / 1875 – 77. George Mills. William Davies, vict, Brandy Cask (pub) 1830. Robert Sims / 1844 – 48. Isaac Knight / 1859 – 69. William Poole / 1871 – 76. William Davies. John Tickle, vict, Star (pub) 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. Robert Jones, vict, New Dock Gates (pub) 1775. Robert Williams / 1792 – 94. Thomas Rogers / 1800. John Penny / 1816. William Hartland / 1820 – 33. Elizabeth Hartland 1834 to 1854. Robert Burden / 1855 to 1857. Henry Cook / 1858. S. Jones / 1860 – 76. Robert Jones / 1877 – 99. Mary Jones 1904. Simon Pearce / 1906 – 21. William Allen / 1925. Alfred Stone / 1928 – 35. Benjamin Iles / 1937. Edward Walsh 1938 – 53. Grace Alice Rogers. George Yendall, vict, Red Lion (pub) 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. Saml. Jones, vict, Plume of Feathers (pub) 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. George Swanbourne, vict, Swan Hotel (pub) 1863. William Tarzey / 1867. Alfred Banfield /

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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. I – K – Bristol Street Directory 1871 RI – Newport: Buliod-Perry House

The Buloid-Perry House was built for Peter Buloid, circa 1750. here is record of Peter Buloid giving to Lewis Buloid the "large new house…." in 1757. In 1760, the house was sold to the Jewish merchant, Moses Levy, who joined other wealth Jews like Aaron Lopez and Abraham Rodrigues Rivera, who also lived in houses on the square. In 1818, the house was purchased by Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry after his victory in the Battle of Lake Eerie. He lived here until his death in 1819, at which point the Perry family made the building their home until 1865. From 1901 to 1908, the building was the site of the Touro Dining rooms, owned by James T. and Henry L. Allen, two African-Americans who also owned a restaurant at Easton’s Beach. The Newport Restoration Foundation purchased the building in 1973 from the Salvation Army which had owned the property since 1914. The wood is fashioned and fainted to look like the blocks of stone used in classical buildings. The Redwood Library is sided in similar material, leading many to believe that its architect, Peter Harrison designed this large, three story, hip-roofed house of the five bay plan, with two interior chimneys. The Buloid-Perry House embraces elements of both the Georgian period and the Federal period. On the exterior, Georgian elements are reflected in the doorway, the rusticated siding, and the general proportions of the building. The rusticated siding was an attempt to imitate stone with wood planking. Stone was the favored Georgian building material in 18th century England while the colonies made do with the plentiful supplies of wood to create their "stone". The rusticated wood siding was "sanded" when the paint finish was applied to enhance the illusion of stone. Sand was either added directly to the paint and applied to the siding or dusted

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on to the tacky surface after the paint was applied. Federal elements in the Buloid-Perry House include the three-story façade and the shallow pitched hip roof. One theory is that Perry enlarged the building in the Federal style. This theory hypothesizes that the building was originally done in the Georgian style and appeared much as the Vernon House appears today -with two stories and a gambrel or hip-on-gambrel roof. Under Perry’s ownership (or a previous owner), Federal elements – such as the full third floor and shallow hipped-roof – could have been added. One would have to examine and date the timbers in the third floor and roof to begin to draw significant conclusions regarding this line of thinking. It is a possibility, since many houses of this style dominated both sides of Washington Square at the time, and Perry, flush from his naval successes, would have been able and desirous to be "in style". When acquired by NRF, the first floor of the building had long before been gutted for these various uses, although original fabric did exist in small amounts on the second and third floors. The Newport Restoration Foundation was able to acquire the staircase and some paneling that was saved from the 18th century mansion house of Jaheel Brenton (demolished years before) and used these materials in the first floor front rooms and in the stair hall of the Buloid–Perry House. In 2001, NRF commissioned a careful paint analysis of the exterior of the Buloid-Perry House. Samples were taken from plank siding that had been encapsulated by a building to the west. (There has been a building abutting the west side of the house since about 1860.) Some further samples were taken from a piece of original cornice on the south side. These samples corroborated the findings on the planks from the west side. John Vaughn of Architectural Conservation Services did this analysis and the colors were matched in paint by the California Paints Co. of North Andover Massachusetts. Since then (2001), the exterior of the Buloid–Perry House has been painted in what is believed to have been the exact original color of the house – something made possible by modern paint analysis techniques coupled with the unintentional protection provided by the abutting building for one hundred and forty years. More information on South African experience at : http://southafricanexperience.com/great-brenton-seashore-property-photographs/

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