Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Coachmakers’ Arms
Chapter Street / Bishop Street
Off license

1891. Frederick Skinner
1893. Frances Skinner
1896 – 1906. Henry Charles Purnell
1908 – 20. Annie Butt
1924 – 27. Grace Beatrice Butt
1930. William C. Rimell
1934 – 37. Edward Stone
1943. George Alfred Sperring
1949. Baden Frank Robbins
1955. Olive Robbins

Georges’ Brewery Collection via Bristol Know Your Place

Census 1881.
Uninhabited at the time of census

Census 1891.

Frederick Skinner 56, head married, beer retailer, Bedford
Kate Skinner 55, wife married, Leighton Buzzard Bedfordshire
Edward Skinner 30, son married, coachbuilder, Leighton Buzzard Bedfordshire
Frances Skinner 32, daughter in law married, Bath Somerset

Census 1901.

Henry Charles Purnell 38, head married, beer retailer, Bristol
Elizabeth Ann Purnell 31, wife married, Bristol
Alice E. Purnell 12, daughter, Bristol
Florence Purnell 10, daughter, Bristol
Elizabeth Purnell 9, daughter, Bristol

Census 1911.

George Butt 51, head married, cutter in stay trade, Bristol
Annie Butt 53, wife married, shop keeper, Taunton
Ernest Butt 27, son single, plumber, Bristol
Florrie Davies 22, servant single, domestic, Bristol
Grace Butt 22, daughter single, assisting in shop (home), Bristol