Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Royal Oak Pennywell Road
On the corner of Edward Place, the Royal Oak was demolished in the early 1970s to make way for St.Nicholas primary school.

1860. J. Chappell
1861 to 1868. Ellen Locke
1869 to 1875. James Hall
1876 to 1886. Ellen Hall
1887 – 89. Frank Locke
1891. Robert Hill
1892 – 93. Henry Meecham
1896 – 1911. James Heley
1914. Charles Thompson
1917. Albert Smith
1921. Charles Thompson
1924 – 56. John Henry Stephens

Census 1861.

Ellen Locke 29, head unmarried, beer house keeper, Bristol St.Philip’s
Etta Locke 5, daughter, Bristol St.Philip’s
Frank Locke 4, son, Bristol St.Philip’s
Seth Ogden 39, boarder married, engineer, Lancashire Oldham
James C … ? 18, servant unmarried, general servant, Bristol Temple
William Rose 32, boarder married, skinner, Somerset Bath

Census 1871.

James Hall 28, head married, publican, Wotton-Under-Edge Gloucestershire
Ellen Hall 24, wife married, Bristol

Census 1881.

Ellen Elizabeth Hall 34, head widow, beer & wine retailer, Bristol
Elizabeth Owen 16, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Bristol

Census 1891.

Robert Hill 70, head single, publican, Devonshire
Fred R, Radford 34, nephew married, butcher, Devonshire
Harriett A. Radford 29, niece single, Bristol
Edith E. Radford 11, niece scholar, Bristol
Fred Radford 7, nephew scholar, Bristol
Thomas Radford 3, nephew, Bristol
Henry Nicholas 14, servant, inn servant, Bristol

Census 1901.

James Heley 49, head married, publican, Bristol
Elizabeth Heley 50, wife married, Bristol
Florrie Riley 15, servant, general servant, Bristol

Census 1911.

James Heley 38, head single, licensed victualler, St.Jude’s Bristol
Sarah Ann Thompson 39, sister widow, St.Jude’s Bristol
Elizabeth Thompson 18, niece single, cardboard box maker, Bedminster Bristol
Sarah Ann Thompson 17, niece sigle, cigar maker, St.Philip’s Bristol
Violet Thompson 13, niece, St.Philip’s Bristol
William Thompson 8, nephew, St.Philip’s Bristol