Bristol’s Lost Pubs

Swan Bath Road
First named the Swan in 1903

1870 – 75. Francis Hillier
1878 – 82. Sarah Ann Hillier
1884 – 1903. George Lewis
1905 – 37. Sarah Ann Lewis
1943 – 56. Sylvia May Fletcher

Census 1871.
Beer House

Francis Hillier 56, head married, beer house keeper, Somerset Brislington
Sarah A. Hillier 55, wife married, Gloucestershire Sodbury
Sarah A. Hillier 22, niece unmarried, Bristol
John Harris 12, nephew, labourer at factory, Bristol
Emma Freestone 41, servant widow, domestic servant, Wiltshire Trowbridge

Census 1881.
Ale & Porter Stores

Sarah Ann Hillier 32, head unmarried, beer retailer, Bristol
Jane Hillier 60, aunt unmarried, companion, Somerset Brislington
Thomas David R. Hillier 25, brother unmarried, joiner, Somerset Bedminster
Richard Hillier 22, brother unmarried, joiner, Somerset Bedminster

Census 1891.
Ale & Porter Stores

George Lewis 40, head married, boot maker, Somerset Weston-Super-Mare
Sarah Ann Lewis 40, wife married, Somerset Bristol
Sylvia May Lewis, daughter single, Somerset Bristol
Daisey Lewis, daughter, Somerset Bristol
Jane Hillier 69, grandmother married, Gloucestershire Bristol

Census 1901.

George Lewis 49, head married, beer retailer, Bristol
Sarah A. Lewis 42, wife married, Bristol
Sylvia M. Lewis 12, daughter, Bristol
Daisy Lewis 11, daughter, Bristol
Jane Hillier 77, mother in law widow, Bristol

Census 1911.

Sarah Ann Lewis 62, head widow, beer retailer, Somerset Bristol
Sylvia May Lewis 21, daughter single, Somerset Bristol
Daisy Lewis 21, daughter single, Somerset Bristol
Jane Hillier 88, mother of head widow, Gloucestershire Chipping Sodbury