Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Salutation Inn

1841 – 56. James Stevenson
1857 – 63. William Henry Partt
1865 – 72. Henry Butson
1874 – 81. Charles G. Tanner
1882 – 88. Anne Richards
1891 – 97. Ellen Ford
1901 – 11. Edward R. Ford
1923. Herbert Wainwright
1925. George Ruddock
1928 – 37. Thomas Ruddock
1938. Alan Preston
1944. Wilfred Ironside
1950 – 53. Norman Gregory
1956. Alfred J. Thompson
1975. K. J. Powell (manager)

Census 1841.

James Stevenson 58, victualler, not born in county
James Stevenson 24, not born in county
Elizabeth Stevenson 57, not born in county
Elizabeth Stevenson 26, not born in county
Elizabeth Richards 85, independent, born in county
Ann Richards 53, dyer, not born in county
Mary Mathews 20, servant, not born in county

Census 1851.

James Stevenson 69, head married, licensed victualler, Berkshire Chieveley
Elizabeth Stevenson 72, wife married, Bristol
Elizabeth Stevenson 39, daughter unmarried, Bristol
Ann Richards 70, sister unmarried, dressmaker, Bristol
Sarah Owen 22, servant unmarried, house servant, Bristol

Census 1861.

William Henry Partt 44, head married, licensed victualler, Norfolk
Mary Partt 45, wife married, Henbury Gloucestershire
William Henry Partt 21, son unmarried, Henbury Gloucestershire
Albert Partt 18, son unmarried, Henbury Gloucestershire
Harriet Elizabeth Partt 15, daughter unmarried, Henbury Gloucestershire
Edwin Barton Partt 13, son scholar, Henbury Gloucestershire
Philipiné Semler 50, boarder unmarried , Geneva Switzerland
Mary Joel 21, servant unmarried, indoor servant, Bristol

Census 1871.

Henry Butson 50, head married, licensed victualler, Somerset Bridgwater
Kezia Butson 48, wife married, Bristol
Mary Jane Harper 17, servant unmarried, barmaid, Bristol
Mary Jane Goss 27, servant married, general servant, Bristol

Census 1881.

Charles G. Tanner 41, head married, licensed victualler, Durdham Down Clifton
Annie Tanner 41, wife married, Bishport Somerset
Agnes A. Tanner 5, daughter, Henbury Gloucestershire
Charles J. S. Tanner 4, son, Henbury Gloucestershire
Ida Mary Tanner 2, daughter, Henbury Gloucestershire
Lizzie Spencer 25, servant unmarried, barmaid, Southwark London
Susan Lawson 20, servant unmarried, domestic cook, Shrewsbury Salop
Lucy Haines 20, servant unmarried, nurse, Warminster Wiltshire

Census 1891.

Ellen Ford 50, head widow, licensed victualler, Gloucestershire Cheltenham
Edward Ford 28, son married, licensed victualler’s assistant, Gloucester
Louisa Ford 21, daughter in law married, licensed victualler’s assistant, Somerset Bath
Charles F. Niblet 9, nephew scholar, London Shepherds Bush
George Whittle 19, servant single, gardener, Leicestershire

Census 1901.

Edward R. Ford 42, head married, licensed victualler, Gloucestershire Gloucester
Louisa Ford 32, wife married, Somersetshire Bath
Ralph A. N. Ford 9, son, Gloucesterhire Henbury
Harry E. R. Ford 8, son, Gloucesterhire Henbury
Gladys L. Ford 5, daughter, Gloucesterhire Henbury
Arthur W. Ford 4, son, Gloucesterhire Henbury
Beatrice G. Ford 2, daughter, Gloucesterhire Henbury
Edith M. Neate 20, servant single, domestic cook, Gloucestershire Compton
Alfred J. Jones 17, servant single, domestic gardener, Gloucestershire Hallen

Census 1911.

Edward R. Ford 53, head married, hotel proprietor, Henbury Gloucestershire
Louisa Ford 40, wife married, hotel assistant, Henbury Gloucestershire
Harry Ford 17, son single, clerk for an insurance company, Henbury Gloucestershire
Arthur Ford 14, son scholar, Henbury Gloucestershire
Gladys Ford 15, daughter scholar, Henbury Gloucestershire
Beatrice Ford 12, daughter scholar, Henbury Gloucestershire
George Baker 28, servant single, domestic gardener, Olveston
Ethel James 17, servant single, general domestic servant, Westbury on Trym

The 1911 census reveals that not counting the scullery, landing, lobby, closet, bathroom; nor warehouse, office or shop, the Salutation had 13 rooms.