Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Apple Tree Albert Street

1868 to 1874. John Roach
1874 – 1901. Edward Horton
1911. Edward Horton jnr
1913 – 37. Oliver Burnell
1943 – 50. Violet May Sherman
1952 – 55. William John Murphy

Nos. 1 & 2 Albert Street until around 1902 when the pub was given a Midland Road address

Census 1871.

John Roach 41, head married, beer retailer, Itchington Gloucestershire
Mary Roach 39, wife married, Tetbury Gloucestershire
Mary A. Roach 17, Daughter, Bristol

Census 1881.

Edward Horton 32, head married, glass bottle maker, Bristol
Mary Ann Horton 28, wife married, Bristol
Mennella Horton 6, daughter, Bristol
Edward Horton 4, son, Bristol
Henry Horton 2, son, Bristol
Ann Powell 15, servant unmarried, domestic servant, Bristol

Census 1891.

Edward Horton 43, head married, publican, Bristol St.Philip’s
Mary Ann Horton 38, wife married, Bristol St.Philip’s
Mennella Horton 16, daughter single, scholar, Bristol St.Philip’s
Edward Horton 14, son, scholar, Bristol St.Philip’s
Henry Horton 12, son, scholar, Bristol St.Philip’s
Mabel Horton 9, daughter, scholar, Bristol St.Philip’s
Blanche Horton 3, daughter, scholar, Bristol St.Philip’s
Ada Nash 16, servant single, domestic servant, Bristol St.Philip’s

Census 1901.

Edward Horton 53, head married, publican, Bristol
Mary Ann Horton 48, wife married, Bristol
Edward Horton 24, son single, tailor, Bristol
Henry Horton 21, son single, plumber, Bristol
Mennetta Horton 26, daughter single, barmaid, Bristol
Mabel Horton 19, daughter single, draper’s shop assistant, Bristol
Blanche Horton 13, daughter, Bristol

Census 1911.

Edward Horton 34, head married, beer retailer, Bristol
Jane Horton 29, wife married, Bristol
Edward Horton 8, son, Bristol
Henry Horton 5, son, Bristol
Reggie Horton 1, son, Bristol
Gertie Jarrett 20, servant single, general domestic servant, Bristol