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Lost Pubs In Bristol, Gloucestershire

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Name Year Closed Information  

Adam & Eve

1893 Adam & Eve Passage.  

Adam & Eve

1856 Lewins Mead.   
Adam & Eve   7 Hope Chapel Hill. Now reopened!!  
Admiral (Lord) Duncan 1938 Nicholas Street.  
Admiral Hawke   Quay. Landlord in 1762 was George Mittens  
Africa House   Prince Street. Landlord from 1755 to 1762 was David Hays.  
Aged Bull   Broadmead. Landlord in 1752 was William Blatchley  
Albion Wine Vaults   Broadmead. Landlady in 1865 was Amelia Watts.  
Albion Hotel c. 1900 Prince Street.
Albion 1884 Upper Maudlin Street.  
Albion 1896 Welsh Back.  
Albion Tavern 1866 Woodwell Crescent.  
Albert 1953 Marlborough Street.  
Ale & Porter Stores 1899 Christmas Steps.  
Alexandra 1892 St Nicholas Street.  
All Saints Tavern   All Saints Street. Landlord from 1847 to 1851 was Richard Culverwell.  
American Eagle   Woodwell Crescent.  
Anchor   Limekiln Lane. Landlord in 1794 was Joseph Green.  
Anchor 1906 Rosemary Street.  
Anchor & Crown   Castle Ditch. Landlady in 1754 was widow Moon.  
Angel 1864 High Street / Nicholas Street.
Angel   Horse Street. Landlord in 1742 was John Evans, in 1755 John Biggs.  
Angel   Marsh Street. Landlord in 1755 was William Smith, in 1762 Joseph Downs.  
Angel   King Square Avenue.  
Angel   St James' Churchyard. Landlord in 1764 was Isaac Green.  

Antelope 1953 Broadmead.
Antelope 1953 Trenchard Street.  
Antelope   Sturminster Road.  
Apollo 1883 Callowhill Street.  
Apple Tree 1865 Broadmead.  
Apple Tree   Lewin's Mead. Landlord in 1752 was John Saybourne, in 1755 John Seaborn.  
Apple Tree   Orchard Street. Landlord from 1867 to 1868 was John Roach.  
Apple Tree   Marsh Street. Landlord in 1755 was William Fitzgarrell, in 1762 Maurice Hickey  
Armada 1953 Broadmead.
Armoury Tavern   130 Stapleton Road. Now reopened!!  
Artichoke 1970 Colston Street.
Artichoke   Lewins Mead. Now demolished.  
Assembly Rooms Tavern 1883 Prince Street.  
Assize Courts 1975 Small Street.  

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