Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Beaufort Arms High Street
Off license

Bristol Museum collections

1901 – 11. Frederick Rogers
1923 – 39. Richmond J. Willis

A house owned by the Ashton Gate Brewery Company Ltd until 1932 when it was acquired by The Bristol Brewery Georges & Company Ltd.

Census 1901.

Fred Rogers 38, head married, traveller brewery, beer house outdoor, Beaufort Arms, Gloucestershire St.George
Fanny Rogers 38, wife married, Gloucestershire Hanham
Laura Rogers 13, daughter, Gloucestershire St.George
Elsie Rogers 9, daughter, Gloucestershire St.George
Blanche Rogers 6, daughter, Gloucestershire St.George

Census 1911.
Beaufort Arms

Fred Rogers 48, head married, traveller in beer & spirits for the Ashton Gate Brewery Co. Ltd., St.George Bristol
Fanny Rogers 48, wife married, no occupation, Hanham Gloucestershire
Laura Rogers 23, daughter single, shop assistant Jones – drapers etc, St.George Bristol
Elsie Rogers 19, daughter single, music teacher piano, St.George Bristol
Blanche Rogers 16, daughter single, typist clerk Remington Co., St.George Bristol