Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Guildhall Hotel Broad Street

1839 – 53. Elizabeth Stacey
1856 – 57. McTier’s
1863. Miss Ann Stacey
1865 – 68. Stacey & Hughes
1871 – 78. William T. Crouch
1882. S. S. Dupen
1883 – 85. Charles Solman
1888. George J. Griffiths
1888 – 89. Stephen Hughes
1891. Rose C. Webster (manageress)
1899. Henrietta Wood
1901. Herbert Tower
1902. Edward Tower
1906. George W. Becker
1917. Mary Ann Hamson
1925 – 37. Percy W. White
1950. Eric R. Carpenter
1953. Walter John Price
1956. Albert F. Lawrence

No.36 Broad Street, near the corner with Tower Lane, this picture dates from the 1890’s. Previously listed under Coffee Houses, it was listed in 1856 as: McTier’s (late Stacey’s) Guildhall Family and Commercial Hotel. Through St.John’s Arch can be seen the City Wine & Spirit Vaults in Quay Street.

Census 1841.

Charles Stacey 30, liquor merchant, born in county
Elizabeth Stacey 60, not born in county
Ann Stacey 25, born in county
Elizabeth Stacey 20, born in county
Sophia A…? 25, servant, not born in county
Mary Jones 20, servant, not born in county
Margaret Packer 20, servant, not born in county
Caroline Cox 20, not born in county

Census 1851.

Ann Stacey 34, head unmarried, hotel keeper, Bristol
Elizabeth Hughes 32, sister widow, hotel keeper, Bristol
Edward Criddle 35, visitor married, commercial traveller, Birmingham
Charles N. Cole 22, visitor unmarried, brewer, London
George Adams 40, visitor unmarried, commercial traveller, Coventry
Tudor Applin 25, visitor unmarried, commercial traveller, Ramsgate
Ellen Carey 35, servant unmarried, Bristol
Harriett Carter 26, servant unmarried, Somerset Backwell
Sarah A. Sherbourne 21, servant unmarried, Somerset Chelwood
Emma Patch 21, servant unmarried, Somerset Blagdon
Anne Vowles 21, servant unmarried, Somerset Winford
Mary A. Saunders, servant unmarried, Gloucestershire
Maria Smell, servant unmarried, Gloucestershire Sanford
William Parry 19, servant unmarried, Bristol
James Webb 14, servant, Bristol