Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Greyhound Park Place

1871 – 1905. Thomas A. Scott
1905 to 1909. Edward Grigg
1909 to 1930. Samuel Hill
1930 to 1941. Alice Hill

Alice Hill’s tenancy commenced on the 2nd June 1930, the annual rent was £50, this was increased to £60 on the 24th June 1938, the landlord was The Bristol Brewery Georges & Co. Limited. The Greyhound was destroyed by bombs on the 29th March 1941.

Census 1871.

Thomas Scott 34, head unmarried, beerhouse keeper, Shirehampton Westbury on Trym
Hester Scott 73, mother widow, Thornbury Gloucestershire
Ellen Reece 11, niece, Shirehampton Westbury on Trym
Maria Reece 9, niece, Shirehampton Westbury on Trym
Samuel Stothard 16, general servant, Patchway Gloucestershire
Edward Nicholls 54, lodger married, Tiverton Devon
Mary Ann Nicholls 48, wife, Tiverton Devon
Selina Nicholls 23, daughter married, Tiverton Devon

Census 1881.

Thomas Scott 44, head unmarried, beerhouse keeper, Shirehampton Gloucestershire
Maria Reece 19, niece unmarried, barmaid, Shirehampton Gloucestershire
Arthur Partt 11, boarder scholar, Shirehampton Gloucestershire

Census 1891.

Thomas A. Scott 54, head single, licensed victualler, Shirehampton Gloucestershire
Arthur Partt 22, nephew single, assistant victualler, Shirehampton Gloucestershire
George Painter 35, boarder single, butcher, Shirehampton Gloucestershire
George Clark 56, boarder married, groom, Shirehampton Gloucestershire
Thomas E. Bush 33, boarder married, accountant, Bristol

Census 1901.
Greyhound Inn

Thomas A. Scott 64, head single, licensed victualler, Gloucestershire Shirehampton
Alfred Willis 53, servant widower, barman, Bristol
Edward Birth 42, boarder married, general labourer, Bristol
Thomas Keall 21, servant single, general labourer, Bristol

Census 1911.

Edward Colston Grigg 35, head married, licensed victualler, Easton in Gordano Somerset
Mary Jane Grigg 39, assisting in business, Iron Acton Gloucestershire
Ronald Anderson 9, nephew school, Loch Lomand Scotland