Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Wellington Arms Wellington Road

1871 – 72. Eliza Lewis
1875. Robert Caines
1878. Mrs. Lucy C. Simmons
1878. Matthew J. Roynon
1881 – 82. John William Voyce
1883. Alfred Exell
1884. Edmund Williams
1884. James Rogers
1886 to 1888. William Thomas Higgs
1889 to 1891. Edward Hemmings
1892. George Whitlock
1894. Henry Galpin
1896. Edwin Rogers
1897. James Frederick Charles Maberly
1899. H. J. Vearncombe
1901. Arthur Heal
1904. O. Neale
1906 – 14. Thomas Harrison

Census 1871.

Eliza Lewis 60, head widow, beer retailer, Clifton
Eliza Lewis 36, daughter unmarried, Clifton
Alfred Lewis 21, son unmarried, pattern maker, Clifton
Clara Lewis 20, daughter unmarried, factory, Clifton
Herbert Lewis 16, son unmarried, lawyer’s clerk, St.Paul’s Bristol
Thomas Peacock 17, boarder unmarried, labourer, Easton Road, Bristol

Census 1881.

John William Voyce 46, head married, inn keeper (publican), gloucester
Jane Voyce 35, wife married, Nailsea

Census 1891.

Edward Hemmings 48, head married, publican, Bristol
Louisa Hemmings 44, wife married, Bristol

Census 1901.

Arthur Heal 39, head married, mineral water salesman, Isle of Wight Hampshire
Alice Heal 34, wife married, London
Henry Heal 12, son, London
Frederick Heal 10, son, St.Paul’s Bristol
James Lucy 49, boarder married, mineral water salesman, St.Augustine’s Bristol

Census 1911.

Thomas Harrison 48, head widower, publican, Somerset Farrington Gurney

The following information was kindly provided by Tan.

“Just some additional information I found whilst researching Eliza Lewis (nee Maggs) who was a beer retailer at this address in 1871”.

The London Gazzette, May 7, 1875 (page 2495)

The Bankruptcy Act, 1869

In the County Court of Gloucestershire, holden at Bristol.

In the Matter of Proceedings for Liquidation by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors, instituted by Robert Caines, late of Potters’ Arms, Brougham street, in the parish of Saint Philip and Jacob, but now of the Wellington Arms, Wellington-road, in the parish of Saint Paul, both in the city and county of Bristol, Beer Retailer.

Notice is hereby given, that a First General Meeting of the creditors of the above-named person has been summoned to be held at the offices of Mr. S. P. Parker, Saint Nicholas-chambers, Nicholas-street, Bristol, on the 15th day of May, 1875, at eleven o’clock in the forenoon precisely.–Dated this 5th day of May, 1875.

Robert Caines, the above-named Debtor.

Bristol Mercury. Thursday 21 February 1878

Transfer Of Licenses

Wellington’ Arms, Wellington- road, Lucy C. Simmons to Matthew J. Roynon;

Western Daily Press Bristol. 20 Nov 1884

Transfer Of Licenses

Wellington Arms, Wellington Road, from Edmund Williams to James Rogers, granted;