Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Wine Vaults Whiteladies Road

Bristol Museum collections

Image taken from a water damaged glass plate

Ale & Porter Stores (Redland)
1861 – 81. Robert Phillips
1882 to 1884. Edward Poole

Wine Vaults
1884 – 89. Edward Poole
1891 – 92. Thomas Thomas
1894 – 1901. Frederick Bevan
1904. Minnie Hall
1906 – 09. Edwin Jaques
1911 – 14. George Whitmore
1925 – 38. William Stokes
1944 – 53. Ellen M. Stokes
1956. Arthur Staynings

Jersey Lily
1975. D. Bickerstaff

On the 1911 census, Landlord George Whitmore records his pub as ‘The Pineapple’

Census 1861.

Robert Phillips 25, head married, cabinet maker, Gloucestershire
Emma Phillips 25, wife married, Gloucestershire
Catherine Phillips 1, daughter, Gloucestershire
Mary Ann Smart 17, servant unmarried, Monmouthshire

Census 1871.

Robert Phillips 36, head married, beer retailer & cabinet maker, Gloucestershire Frampton Cotterell
Emma Phillips 39, wife married, Gloucestershire Westbury on Trym
Catherine Phillips 11, daughter scholar, Gloucestershire Redland
Thomas Phillips 9, son scholar, Gloucestershire Redland
Alfred Phillips 7, son scholar, Gloucestershire Redland
Edith Phillips 3, daughter scholar, Gloucestershire Redland
Alice Phillips 9 months, daughter scholar, Gloucestershire Redland
Ann Walker 15, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Gloucestershire Tetbury

Census 1881.

Robert Phillips 46, head married, beer retailer, Gloucestershire Frampton Cotterell
Emma Phillips 47, wife married, Gloucestershire Westbury
Catherine Phillips 21, daughter unmarried, Bristol
Thomas Phillips 19, son unmarried, clerk, Bristol
Edith Phillips 13, daughter scholar, Bristol
Thomas Wilson 84, father in law widower, retired blacksmith, Worcestershire Tenbury

Census 1891.
Wine Vaults

Thomas F. Thomas 28, head married, beer retailer, Bristol
Mary A. Thomas 23, wife married, North Shields
Herbert M. P. Thomas 1, son, Bristol

Census 1901.
Public House (Wine Vaults)

Frederick G. Bevan 57, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol Bedminster
Elizabeth A. Bevan 50, wife married, Bristol Hotwells
Colston G. Bevan 12, son, Bristol Hotwells
Agnes L. Bevan 25, daughter single, Bristol Hotwells
Beatrice M. Bevan 15, daughter single, Bristol Hotwells

Census 1911.

George Whitmore 32, head married, licensee Pineapple, Plymouth Devon
Lucy Whitmore 30, wife married, Plymouth Devon
Vera Whitmore under 1 month, daughter, Bristol
Ada Lester 45, nurse married, private nurse, Lanarkshire Lanark
Landlord George Whitmore has recorded his pub as ‘The Pineapple’