Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Waggon & Horses Redcliff Hill
One of the last buildings on Redcliff Hill to be demolished, making way for the new dual-carriageway in 1969.

1806. James Tanner
1816 – 32. James Redman
1834 – 56. James Lovell
1858. F. Banks
1860 – 71. William Rice
1871. Lewis Bizley
1872. John King
1874. Ignatius Srichia
1875 to 1876. Frederick John Keall
1877 to 1878. George Winstone
1879 to 1885. George W. Broad
1886. J. Minnett
1887. George Hutchings
1888. Richard Letheren
1889. William Morris
1890. Alfred Leach
1890. William Thomas
1891. James Wright
1892. George Webb
1893. Annie Winks
1894. George West
1896 – 97. William Humphrey
1898 to 1908. Jane Hill
1908 – 21. William John Hill
1925 – 38. Walter Frost
1944 – 56. Lilian Florence Frost

Census 1841.

James Lovell 45, publican, born in county
Jane Lovell 40, born in county
John Lovell 30, born in county
James Lovell 25, born in county
Matilda Lovell 12, born in county
Emma Lovell 10, born in county
Louisa Lovell 5, born in county
Ellen Carpenter 24, born in county

Census 1851.

James Lovell 62, head married, licensed victualler, Wrington Somerset
Jane Lovell 52, wife married, Eastly Devon
Emma Lovell 19, daughter unmarried, Bristol
Louisa Lovell 15, daughter unmarried, Bristol
Ann Gibson 14, Grand Daughter Scholar, Bristol
Margaret Brown 27, Servant unmarried, house servant, Bristol

Census 1861.

William Rice 48, head married, licensed victualler, London kensington
Mary Rice 40, wife married, Herefordshire Bellingham
William Rice 14, son, Hereford
Sarah Rice 2, daughter, Bristol Redcliff
Emma Pine 25, sister in law unmarried, barmaid, Hereford
Ann Hughes 23, servant unmarried, house servant, Bristol St.Pauls
Isabella Way ? 15, servant unmarried, house servant, Bristol

Census 1871.

Lewis Bizley 37, head married, inn keeper, Wiltshire Swindon
Rachel Bizley 37, wife married, Gloucestershire Wootten Bassett
Lewis Ralph Bizley 12, son scholar, Wiltshire Swindon
John Ralph Bizley 9, son scholar, Wiltshire Swindon
Constance Louisa Bizley 7, daughter scholar, Wiltshire Swindon
William Fred Bizley 3, son, Bristol
Alice Maud Bizley 1, daughter, Bristol
Richard E. Wade 29, visitor unmarried, occupation unknown, Somerset Compton Bishop
Francesca B. Ralph 18, visitor unmarried, occupation unknown, Wiltshire Swindon
Elizabeth A. Morgan 18, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Bristol

Census 1881.

George W. Broad 43, head married, Innkeeper, Bristol
Maria Broad 40, wife married, Penarth Monmouth, England
Elijah J. Lewis, son unmarried, Apprentice (Inn) Bristol
Albert Broad 15, son scholar, Bristol
George W. Broad 11, Son Scholar, Bristol

Census 1891.

James A. Wright 31, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Eliza Wright 31, wife married, Bristol
Mary A. Wright 10, daughter scholar, Bristol
Jenny Wright 20, cousin single, domestic servant, Bristol

Census 1901.

William J. Hill 39, head married, organ builder, Bristol
Jane B. Hill 27, wife married, licensed victualler, Stamford Lincolnshire
Gertrude M. Hill 7, daughter, Bristol
Beatrice M. Hill 18 months, daughter, Bristol
Susannah Abbot 62, mother in law widow, no occupation, Leicestershire

Census 1911.

William John Hill 48, head widower, licensed victualler, Westbury-on-Trym Gloucestershire
Gertrude May Hil 17, daughter single, housework, St.Paul’s Bristol
Beatrice Maud Hill 11, daughter school, Redcliff Bristol
Hilda Constance Hill 9, daughter school, Redcliff Bristol
Beatrice Ethel Jennings 22, servant single, barmaid, Bedminster Bristol
Herbert Champion 48, lodger single, hospital porter, Bedminster Bristol