Bristol’s Lost Pubs

New Inn Gloucester Road

Bristol Museum collections

1871. Thomas Walters
1871 to 1875. George Vincent
1876. Alfred Hamlin
1877 – 78. Frederick Emery
1881. George Giles
1882 to 1886. George Stephen Watts
1887 to 1988. Edward Bowden
1891. Thomas A. Davies
1892. Ernest Boulton
1893 – 1914. George Padfield
1917 – 28. Walter Joseph Palmer
1931 – 38. Margaret Palmer
1944 – 56. Catherine Jennings

In the photograph, the advertisement for Bass is attached to the Foresters’ Arms.

Census 1871.

George Vincent 47, head married, beer retailer, Melcombe Horsey Dorset
Mary Vincent 25, wife married, Birdsmoorgate Dorset
George Vincent 18, son unmarried, milkman, Horfield Gloucestershire
Ann Vincent 15, daughter unmarried, assistant, Horfield Gloucestershire
James Vincent 9, son scholar, Horfield Gloucestershire
Frederick Vincent 3, son scholar, Horfield Gloucestershire
Edith Vincent 1, daughter, Horfield Gloucestershire
Eber Vincent 9 months, son, Horfield Gloucestershire
George Davis 14, brother in law, groom, Birdsmoorgate Dorset

Census 1881.

George Giles 44, head married, beer retailer, Bristol
Eliza Giles 39, wife married, Somersetshire Chelwood
Alfred T. Giles 10, son scholar, Bristol Redland
Florence Giles 11, daughter scholar, Bristol Redland
James Giles 9, son scholar, Bristol Redland
Herbert Giles 2, son, Gloucestershire Horfield

Census 1991.

Thomas A. Davies 23, head married, licensed victualler, Cardiff Glamorganshire
Emily B. Davies 21, wife married, Bristol
Thomas A. Davies 9 months, son, Bristol
Catherine L. Davies 20, sister single, draper’s apprentice, Cardiff Glamorganshire
Emma L. Graves 18, sister in law single, barmaid, Bristol
Albena Carpenter 20, servant single, domestic servant, Weston Somerset

Census 1901.

George Padfield 35, head married, beer retailer, Kilmersdon Somersetshire
Elizabeth Padfield 39, wife married, Kilmersdon Somersetshire

Census 1911.

George Padfield 45, head married, beer retailer, Kilmersdon Somerset
Elizabeth Padfield 49, wife married, Kilmersdon Somerset
William James Cox 19, nephew single, engineer’s apprentice, Kilmersdon Somerset