Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Crystal Palace Montague Hill
Off license

1871 – 77. William White
1879. Emma Morgan
1881 – 82. Jane Shee
1883 – 1891. John Jenkins
1894. John Howard
1896 – 97. Edward Brown
1899. Mrs. E. Brown
1900 to 1933. Elsie Richardson
1933 to 1942. Daisy Maud Archer
1942 – 44. Mrs. W. Richards
1950. Olive Irene Green
1958. Esther Fantini

The annual rent paid by Daisy Maud Archer in 1933 was £20, the landlord was The Bristol Brewery Georges & Co. Limited

Bristol Museum collections

Census 1871.

William Thomas White 38, head married, plasterer, Bradford Wiltshire
Harriet White 38, Wooton under Edge Wiltshire
Albert White 1, son, Bristol St. James’
Jane Gabriel 19, servant unmarried, Little Sodbury Gloucestershire

Census 1881.

Jane Shee 41, head widow, general shop keeper, Somerset Cutcombe
George H. Shee 10, son scholar, Lancashire Liverpool
William A. Shee 9, son scholar, Bristol
Annie A. Shee 2, daughter, Monmouthshire Newport
Leah Herbert 36, servant unmarried, servant cook, Monmouthshire Ponypool

Census 1891.

John M. Jenkins 58, head married, grocer & beer retailer, Bristol St. James’
Louisa Jenkins 54, wife married, Bristol St. James’

Census 1901.

Elsie Richardson 36, head widow, beer house keeper, Devon Devonport
Edith Richardson 12, daughter, Bristol
Daisy Richardson 7, daughter single, Bristol
Francis Dare Chapple 36, boarder married, wood planing machinist, Somerset Bridgwater

Census 1911.

Elsie Richardson 47, head widow, off beer house, Plymouth Devon
Daisy Maud Richardson 17, daughter single, shorthand typist for motor cab company, Bristol
Francis Dare Chapple 46, boarder single, wood working machinist for cocoa makers, Bridgwater Somerset