Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Blaise Inn Henbury Road

Bristol’s Lost Pubs collection

1861. James Bird
1870 – 74. Henry Richards
1881 – 83. James Bird
1891 – 93. Walter James Clark
1901 – 11. Edmund Harris Kendall
1928 – 44. Reginald Henry Townsend
1947 – 56. Stanley James Rudman
1975. J. Onslow-Carey

The tenancy of Stanley Rudman commenced on the 6th October 1947, the rent was £41 per annum and the landlord was The Bristol Brewery Georges & Co. Limited. This old cider house was once named the Henbury Ale & Porter Stores.

Census 1861.

James Bird 55, head married, beer retailer, Marksbury Somerset
Mary Bird 54, wife married, Kenn Somerset
Elizabeth Mountjoy 14, servant, house servant, Gloucestershire

Census 1871.

Ann Richards 30, wife married, beer retailer & grocer, Somersetshire
Elizabeth Richards 70, mother widow, Somersetshire
Sophia Manfield 45, visitor unmarried, cook, Gloucestershire
Elizabeth Balch 13, servant, general servant, Somersetshire

Census 1881.

James Bird 52, head married, beer house keeper, Bath Somerset
Hannah Bird 52, wife married, dressmaker, Portsmouth Hampshire
Louisa M. Bird 15, daughter, domestic servant, Bristol

Census 1891.

Walter Clark 40, head married, licensed victualler, Somerset Bath
Anna Clark 47, wife married, Somerset Willow

Census 1901.

Edmund H. Kendall 33, head married, beer retailer, Bristol Bedminster
Alice E. Kendall 35, wife married, Resolven Glamorganshire
Arthur E. Kendall 6, son scholar, St.Michael Bristol
Sarah Kendall 53, mother widow, Stapleton Gloucestershire
Julia J. Kendall 30, sister single, barmaid, Bedminster Bristol
Margaret Kendall 12, sister scholar, St.Michael Bristol

Census 1911.

Edmund Harris Kendall 43, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Alice Emma Kendall 46, wife married, Resolven Glamorganshire
Arthur Kendall 16, son single, electrical engineer, Bristol
Stanley Kendall 8, son scholar, Henbury
Kate Checker 18, servant single, domestic servant, Stone Gloucestershire