Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Windsor Castle Queen Charlotte Street

Bristol Museum Collections

1828. John Lowe
1830 – 39. Josiah Williams
1840 – 49. William Jones
1851. Joseph Bullock
1852 to 1856. Thomas Bevan
1857 – 62. William Knight
1862 – 66. John Bryant
1867. Henry Mullins
1868. George Williams
1869. David Mills
1871 – 76. Susannah Summers
1877 – 1904. Edward Jenkins
1906 – 31. Rowland Adams
1935. Thomas Bolt
1937. Albert Rogers
1938. Thomas Bolt
1944 – 56. Arthur Cecil Short

Near the corner with Baldwin Street, the Windsor Castle was demolished in March 1972, and now shops, offices and a multi-storey car park stand on this corner which was part of the area once known as ‘Back Hall’.

Census 1841.

William Jones 35, victualler, born in county
Elizabeth 30, not born in county
Prudence Buck 60, not born in county
Harriett Nash 14, servant, born in county
Lydia Vicarage 20, bonnet maker, born in county
Charles Blandford 40, comedian, Ireland

Census 1851.

Thomas Bevan 38, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Maria Bevan 30, wife married, Dartmouth
Ann Hamlin 22, Servant, Devon

Census 1861.

William Knight 32, head married, publican / beer house keeper, Somersetshire Bath
Sarah Knight 34, wife married, tapster his wife, Oxfordshire Spelsbury
Margaret Ann Hunt 17, visitor unmarried, Bristol St.Philips

Census 1871.

Susannah Summers 64, head widow, publican, Hampshire
Ellen Summers 40, daughter unmarried, Hampshire
Ellen Williams 18, servant unmarried, general servant, Bristol

Census 1881.

Edward Jenkins 40, head married, licensed victualler, Westbury Gloucestershire
Martha Jenkins 39, wife married, Charlton Somerset,
Edward Jenkins 80, father widower, shoemaker, Goathurst Somerset

Census 1891.

Edward Jenkins 50, head married, licensed victualler, Westbury on Trym
Martha Jenkins 48, wife married, Charlton Musgrove Somerset

Census 1901.

Edward Jenkins 60, head married, publican, Westbury on Trym
Florence Feltham 26, niece single, barmaid, Temple Parish Bristol
Martha Alice Feltham 18, niece single, dress maker, Redcliff Bristol

Census 1911.

Mrs Lily Shutter 30, head widow, manageress, Bristol Centre
Miss G. Shutter 7, daughter, Bristol Centre
Miss L. Shutter 6, daughter, Bristol Centre
Miss J. Shutter 4, daughter, Bristol Centre
Mr F. Shutter 2, son, Bristol Centre
Miss M. Lippet 23, servant single, barmaid, Fishponds Bristol
Mrs L. Morse 21, servant widow, barmaid, Bishopsworth Bristol