Bristol’s Lost Pubs

City Wine & Spirit Vaults Quay Street / Christmas Street

1816 – 44. John Budden
1848 – 54. Ann Budden
1861 – 65. Edwin Loveridge
1867. Jemima Brotherhood
1868 – 79. John Francis Collins & Sons
1881 – 96. Hannah Elizabeth Collins
1897 – 1909. Minnie Golding

On the corner with Christmas Street. This corner was demolished around 1909 for an extension to the recently built Frys’ fancy box factory, seen to the left. All in this area was swept away in 1936/37 and replaced with Electricity House.

Census 1841.

John Budden 60, publican, not born in county
Ann Budden 50, Scotland
Georgenia Budden 21, born in county
Isabella Thomas 25
Isabella Thomas 7, born in county
Magaret Thomas 2, born in county
Hannah Thomas 30, servant, not born in county

Census 1851.

Ann Budden 62, head widow, wine & spirit merchant, Scotland
Margaret Thomas 17, grandaughter, Bristol
Charlotte Thomas 13, grandaughter, Bristol
Sarah Hill 21, Servant, Wiltshire Devizes

Census 1861.

The Ship
Edwin F. Loveridge 29, head married, victualler, Gloucestershire Cheltenham
Emma Loveridge 21, wife married, Somerset Bedminster
Elizabeth Williams 18, servant unmarried, general servant, Somerset Weston-Super-Mare

Census 1871.

J. Francis Collins 36, head married, licensed victualler, Edinburgh
Hannah Collins 36, wife married, Gloucestershire
J. Francis Collins 12, son, at school, Bristol
Charles E. Collins 9, son, at school, Bristol
Ellen Maria Collins 7, daughter, at school, Bristol
Albert Collins 5, son, at school, Bristol
Ann Maria Sansom 17, sister in law unmarried, assistant, Horsley Gloucestershire
Elizabeth Gingell 16, servant unmarried, servant, Glasgow

Census 1881.

Hannah E. Collins 46, head widow, licensed victualler, Horsley, Gloucestershire
Francis F. Collins 22, son unmarried, barman, Bristol Gloucestershire
Katherine A. Collins 16, daughter unmarried, Bristol Gloucestershire
John A. Collins 15, son, tramway conductor, Bristol Gloucestershire
Euphemia H. Collins 12, daughter scholar, Bristol Gloucestershire
Frederick. W. Collins 7, son scholar, Bristol Gloucestershire

Census 1891.

Hannah E. Collins 56, head widow, licensed victualler, Gloucestershire Horsley
Francis J. Collins 31, son single, mariner, Bristol St.Peter’s
Ellen M. Perryman 27, daughter married, no occupation, Bristol St.Peter’s
Minnie E. Collins 21, daughter single, no occupation, Bristol St.John
Hilda K. Perryman 8, grandaughter, scholar, Bristol St.John

Census 1901.

Frederick E. Golding 37, head married, master mariner, Bristol
Minnie E. Golding 31, wife married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Victor A. F. Golding 6, son, Bristol
Ethel R. Studley 19, servant single, general servant domestic, Bristol