Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Old Golden Heart Passage Street

1794. Francis Burford
1816 – 22. Richard Stone
1823. Thomas Baker
1826 – 28. Thomas Trickey
1830 – 32. Richard Usher
1833 – 34. James Moss jnr
1837. Richard Tole
1839 – 42. John Stevens
1844. James Stevens
1847 – 48. Samuel Jeanes
1849 to 1853. Elizabeth Jeanes
1854. E. Bailey
1855. S. Abbott
1856 – 66. Mulford Sussex
1869 – 77. William Broughton
1879 – 91. George Flook
1892 – 1904. Thomas Sale

On the corner with Tower Hill, the Old Golden Heart was one of three pubs on this short street, just across the road can be seen the Kings Head (third building in) which was bombed in the war, and out of view is the Bridge Inn.

Census 1841.

John Stevens 45, victualler, not born in county
Mary Stevens 45, not born in county
Ann Stevens 15, born in county
Mary Tucker 60, born in county
Emma Tucker 10, servant, born in county
Mary Sullivan 15, Ireland
Henry Mitchell 20, cooper, born in county

Census 1851.

Eliza Jeaynes 45, head widow, victualler, Bristol St.Philip’s
Eliza Jeaynes 21, daughter unmarried, Bristol St.Philip’s
Amelia Jeaynes 19, daughter unmarried, Bristol St.Philip’s
Emma Jeaynes 14, daughter, Bristol St.Philip’s
Samuel Jeaynes 10, son, Bristol St.Philip’s
Charles Jeaynes 8, son, Bristol St.Philip’s
Anthony Wingrove 76, visitor, clerk, Somerset Knowle

Census 1861.

Mulford Sussex 40, head married, inn keeper, Barnstaple Devonshire
Ann Sussex 37, wife married, inn keeper, Bristol

Census 1871.

William Broughton 44, head married, publican, Somerset Chard
Emma L. Broughton 40, wife married, Somerset Howberrow
Ellen L. Flowers 11, niece, Bristol

Census 1881.

George Flook 38, head married, licensed victualler, Bristol
Elizabeth Flook 46, wife married, Rowberrow Somerset
Thomas J. Flower 16, Step Son unmarried, Plumber & Gas Fitter (Apprentice) Bristol
Alice Bullock 13, servant, Domestic Servant. Bristol

Census 1891.

Thomas Sale 39, head married, publican, Derbyshire Glossop
Ellen Sale 33, wife married, Bristol
Beatrice Sale 17, daughter single, shop asistant, Bristol Bedminster
Ruth Sale 13, daughter scholar, Bristol Bedminster
Rosie Sale 11, daughter scholar, Bristol Bedminster
Tom Sale 6, son scholar, Bristol Tower Hill
Alfred Sale 7, son scholar, Bristol Hotwells
Lilly Sale 5, daughter scholar, Bristol Tower Hill
Sarah Collier 37, servant widow, general servant, Gloucestershire Coleford

Census 1901.

Thomas Sale 45, head married, publican, Glossop
Ellen Emma Sale 41, wife married, Bristol
Rosina Kate Sale 21, daughter single, barmaid, Bristol
Elizabeth Louisa Sale 16, daughter single, Post Office assistant, Bristol
Elizabeth Sale 16, niece single, Post Office assistant, Cinderford