Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Railway Hotel Turnpike Road

1870 – 85. Charles Hopkins
1891. Edmund Heaven
1896. Frederick Lambert
1901. John Daunton
1901. William Winstone
1903. John Winstone
1905. Charles Forster
1909. Alexander Simeon
1911. Frederick Grainger
1918 – 30. Frederick Close
1938. John Rowland
1960. Cecil J. Jay

The Railway was rebuilt in the 1930s, it closed in the 1980s and was converted into a car showroom

Census 1871.

Charles Hopkins 56, head married, licensed victualler & agent, Gloucestershire Almondsbury
Maria Hopkins 63, wife married, Gloucestershire Almondsbury
Mary J. Rolph 17, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Gloucestershire Chipping Sodbury

Census 1881.

Charles Hopkins 65, head widower, licensed victualler & farmer, Gloucestershire Almondsbury
Mary J. Rolph 25, servant unmarried, house keeper, Gloucestershire Old Sodbury

Census 1891.

Edmund Heaven 55, head marreid, inn keeper, Somerset Bristol
Mary F. Heaven 41, wife married, Somerset Bristol
Albert J. Heaven 8, son scholar, Somerset Bristol
Francis J. Heaven 6, son, Somerset Winscombe
Frederick E. Heaven 4, son, Somerset Winscombe
Emily A. Weeks 19, servant single, general servant, Gloucestershire Almondsbury
Cuthbert A. C. Lippyatt 14, servant, stable boy, Gloucestershire Almondsbury

Census 1901.

John Daunton 34, head married, hotel keeper, Bristol Clifton
Jane Daunton 28, wife married, Australia Sydney
Emma Daunton 6, daughter, Australia Sydney
Annie Daunton 2, daughter, Australia Sydney
Nellie Daunton 1 month, daughter, Gloucestershire Almondsbury

Census 1911.

Frederick Frank Grainger 41, head married, licensee, Aston Somerset
Edith Emily Grainger 40, St.Philip’s Bristol