Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Prince Of Wales Tower Hill
The Prince of Wales was on the corner of Jacob Street, just across the road from St.Philip & St.Jacob Church, and was pulled down in October 1976 for an office development which also brought about the partial demolition of the Rogers’ brewery building next door.

1853. David Fudge
1857 – 61. George Harris
1863. Rachel Beynon
1867. William Parker
1868 – 69. Joseph Parkhouse
1871. George Hayball
1872. Joseph Grimes
1874 – 1911. George Lippiatt
1914. George Wakefield
1921. William Ind
1925 – 37. Laura Ind
1938 to 1945. Lily Francis
1946 to 1952. Lily Dark
1953. Frederick Tanner

Bristol’s Lost Pubs collection

Census 1861.

George Harris 48, head married, carpenter, Devon Exeter
Mary Ann Harris 39, wife married, Devon Exeter
Sophia C. Harris 15, daughter, Devon Exeter
Joseph Brewer 38, lodger married, butcher, Somerset
Emma Harris 13, daughter scholar, Devon Exeter

Census 1871.

George Hayball 27, head married, ship’s steward, Somerset Ilminster
Louisa Hayball 27, wife married, publican, Somerset Ilminster

Census 1881.

George Lippiatt 44, head married, shoemaker, Somerset Keynsham
Jane Lippiatt 39, wife married, Somerset Ashton
Hannah Lippiatt 20, niece unmarried, domestic, Wales Abertillary

Census 1891.

George Lippiatt 54, head married, publican, Keynsham Somerset
Jane Lippiatt 52, wife married, Bedminster
Orlando M. Smith 29, lodger married, musician, Huddersfield Yorkshire
Elizabeth N. Smith 36, lodger married, St.George Gloucestershire

Census 1901.

George Lippiatt 64, head married, publican, Bristol
Jane Lippiatt 62, wife married, Bristol
William Passent 20, boarder single, journeyman miller, Dublin

Census 1911.

George Lippiatt 75, head married, publican (retired) St.Luke’s Bristol
Jane Lippiatt 73, wife married, St.Luke’s Bristol