Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Beaufort Arms River View
Off license

1881 – 88. Josiah Bell
1891 – 1903. John Daniel Dyke
1905 – 37. William Henry Tiley
1943 – 50. Harry Short

Throughout the 1860s & 70s Josiah Bell’s occupation was ‘miller’ there is no mention of him being a beer retailer during this period

Census 1881.

Josiah Bell 54, head married, miller & outdoor license for beer, Stapleton Gloucestershire
Eliza Bell 50, wife married, Langford Somerset
Juliaetta Bell 17, daughter unmarried, Stapleton Gloucestershire
Eliza Jane 14, daughter, Stapleton Gloucestershire
Frederick John Bell 11, son, Stapleton Gloucestershire
Edwin Bell 10, son, Stapleton Gloucestershire

Census 1891.
Old Mill Public House

John Daniel Dyke 28, head married, publican & letter carrier, Gloucestershire Bristol
Ada Dyke 28, wife married, Hampshire Portsmouth
Thomas T. Dyke 4, son, Gloucestershire Stapleton
Winifred M. Dyke 3, daughter, Gloucestershire Stapleton
John G. Dyke 11 months, son, Gloucestershire Stapleton
Florence Tollerfield 24, sister in law single, Hampshire Portsmouth

Census 1901.
Beaufort Arms

John Dyke 38, head married, postman, Bristol
Adelaide Dyke 39, wife married, Portsea Hampshire
Thomas Dyke 14, son, oil & colour nerchant’s clerk, Stapleton Bristol
Winifred Dyke 12, daughter, Stapleton Bristol
John G. Dyke 10, son, Stapleton Bristol
Florence Tollerfield 35, sister in law single, Portsea Hampshire

Census 1911.
Beaufort Arms

William Henry Tiley 39, head married, house painter, Stapleton
Alice Tiley 34, wife married, St,George
Alice Ruby Tiley 10, daughter school, Winterbourne
William Cecil Tiley 8, son, Mangotsfield
Raymond Claude Tiley 5, son, Bristol
Albert Royston Tiley 2, son, Bristol
Susan Neale 82, mother in law widow, Withycombe