Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Woolcott House off license

No.19 Windsor Terrace until the late 1880s, then No.2 Stanley Road

1875 to 1881. Robert Cant
1882 to 1891. Mrs Sarah Cant
1892 to 1900. Alfred Legg
1901 – 06. John Johnson
1911. Charles Francis Petch
1928. Mrs. Mary Ann Tucker
1930 – 56. Mrs. Millie Davis

Bristol Museum collections

Census 1881.

Robert Cant 52, head married, grocer, Lincolnshire
Sarah Cant 49, wife married, Wales Crickhowel
Edward Cant 22, son unmarried, painter, London
William Cant 14, son scholar, Surrey Hascombe

Census 1891.

Sarah Cant 59, head widow, grocer & beer retailer, Llangelly Breconshire
William Cant 24, son married, grocer, Godalming Surrey
Mary Cant 26, daughter in law married, Lullington Somerset
William Walders 23, lodger single, confectioner, Aylesbury Buckinghamshire

Census 1901.

John Johnson 64, head married, grocer & beer dealer, Hartil Nottinghamshire
Emma Johnson 54, wife married, Oakford Devon

Census 1911.

Charles Francis Petch 31, head married, beer retailer & grocer, Hampshire Dover
Florence Kate Petch 35, wife married, Devon Plympton St.Mary’s
Frederick Leonard Petch 4, son, Somerset Brislington
Bessie Florence Petch 1, daughter, Somerset Brislington