Bristol’s Lost Pubs

New Inn Bridgwater Road

1881. John Baber
1888 – 93. William Davis
1899 – 1911. James Long
1914 – 41. Henry Godfrey

Pictured here before the first world war, the New Inn was bombed on 12th April 1941 killing four people including the landlord Harry Godfrey.

Census 1881.
New Inn

John Baber 45, head married, haulier, Wrington Somerset
Ann Baber 36, wife married, Redcliff Bristol

Census 1891.

William Davis 31, head married, publican, Bishopsworth
Sarah E. Davis 32, wife married, Bedminster
William C. Davis 8, son scholar, Ashton Bristol
Florence Davis 5, daughter scholar, Bedminster Down
Kate Davis 2, daughter, Bedminster Down
Ann Williams 16, servant single, domestic servant, Bedminster Down

Census 1901.

James Long 30, head married, publican, Bristol
Clara L. Long 29, wife married, London Middlesex
Alfred J. Long 8, son scholar, Bristol
William S. Long 6, son scholar, Bristol
Maud L. Long 5 weeks, daughter, Bristol

Census 1911.

James Long 40, head married, beer retailer, Somerset Bristol
Clara Long 39, wife married, London
A. Long 18, son single, ticket puncher for Tramways Co., Bristol
Sam Long 16, son single, general labourer, Bristol
Maud Long 10, daughter, Bristol