Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Rose Tavern Berkeley Street (Lawrence Hill)
Off license

1891. Reuben Dascombe
1895. Sarah Dascombe
1900 – 08. Ann Trump
1911. Annie Gibbs
1913 – 25. Bessie Oates
1927. Florence M. Sixsmith
1930 – 56. Andow Goldney Leopold Chidsey

Census 1891.

Reuben Dascombe 51, head married, grocer, Devon
Sarah Dascombe 48, wife married, Somersetshire
George Dascombe 22, son single, blacksmith, Bristol
Bessie Dascombe 18, daughter single, Bristol
William Dascombe 16, son single, carpenter’s apprentice, Bristol
William Green 26, lodger single, blacksmith, Cambridge

Census 1901.

Ann Trump 62, head widow, off license & general shopkeeper, Bristol
Rhoda Trump 38, daughter single, stay machinist, Bristol
William Trump 4, grandson, Bristol

Census 1911.

Thomas Gibbs 38, head married, chair maker, St.James’ Bristol
Annie Gibbs 39, wife married, grocer off license, St.Mathew’s Bristol
Irene Gibbs 11, daughter, St.George bristol
Lilly Gibbs 9, daughter, St.George Bristol
Frederick Gibbs 26, nephew single, colliery worker horse keeper below ground, St.James’ Bristol
William Trump 14, nephew, french polisher’s apprentice, St.Mary Redcliffe Bristol
Thomas Baker 60, boarder widower, coach trimmer at wagon works, Nottinghamshire Newwark
William Henry Seabridge 21, boarder single, carriage builder at wagon works, Warwickshire
Edward Sartorious 19, boareder single, carriage builder at wagon works, Warwickshire
Ernest Rowney Shadbolt 21, boarder single, motor timer at wagon works, Wood Green London

The 1911 census reveals that not counting the scullery, landing, lobby, closet, bathroom; nor warehouse, office or shop, the Rose Tavern had 10 rooms.