Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Three Tuns St.George’s Road

1816 – 42 Hugh Burland
1844 – 56 Alexander Burland
1860 A. Phipps
1861 – 83 Alfred Shellard
1885 H. B. Walters
1886 to 1888 Charles Macey
1889 to 1891 Annie Philips
1892 to 1896 Henry J. West
1897 John Brett
1899 John Harding Dagger
1901 – 04 William Hann
1906 Frederick Beavis
1908 to 1915 Henry Thomas Wookey
1917 – 25 William Cooney
1928 David Griffith
1931 William Cooney
1935 – 50 Anne Rose Armstrong
1953 Joseph Fletcher
1956. Hedley F. Thomas

The top picture is a pre WW1 shot of the Three Tuns, this is probably Minnie and Doris Wookey standing in the doorway. The lower picture dates from the 1950s

Bristol Records Office
Courage Archive

Census 1841.

Hugh Burland 65, spirit dealer, not born in county
Alexander Burland 20, servant, born in county
Eliza Burland 25, not born in county
Edward Burland 2, born in county
Maria Hail 20, servant, not born in county

Census 1851.

Alexander Burland 34, head married, wine and spirit dealer, Bristol
Caroline E. Burland 36, wife married, Gloucestershire Clifton
Edward B. Burland 12, son scholar, Gloucestershire Westbury on Trym
Elizabeth Burland 6, daughter scholar, Bristol
Mary Wakeham 24, servant unmarried, house servant, Devon Kingsbridge

Census 1871.

Alfred Shellard 41, head married, rule maker and publican, Gloucestershire St.George
Ann Shellard 39, wife married, Bristol
Alfred T. Shellard 9, son scholar, Bristol
Albert E. Shellard 8, son scholar, Bristol
Henry W. Shellard 7, son scholar, Bristol
Sidney H. Shellard 6, son scholar, Bristol
Emily Phipps 18, niece unmarried, domestic servant, Gloucestershire St.George

Census 1881.

Alfred Shellard 51, head married, rule & gauging rod maker and licensed victualler, Bristol
Ellen Shellard 50, wife married, Bath Somerset
Alfred T. Shellard 19, son unmarried, engine fitter, Bristol
Edward E. Shellard 17, son unmarried, dentist, Bristol
Henry W. Shellard 16, son, rule maker, Bristol
Sidney H. Shellard 15, son, storekeeper, Bristol

Census 1891.

Annie Philips 48, head widow, beer and spirit retailer, Bristol
George Pile 29, son in law married, smith, Bristol
Elizabeth Pile 28, daughter married, Bristol
Louis H. T. Pain 6, grandson scholar, Bristol
Henry J. H. Pain 4, grandson scholar, Bristol

Census 1901.

William J. Hann 30, head married, publican, Dorset Bridport
Isabella Hann 33, wife married, Philidelphia USA

Census 1911.

Henry T. Wookey 44, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Minnie Wookey 46, wife married, Somerset
Doris Wookey 15, daughter single, dressmaker, Bristol