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Antelope, Bristol, Gloucestershire

 


Previously named the Brandy Cask, if standing to-day the Antelope would be opposite Boot’s the chemist. The pub survived the Blitz but was demolished in the 1950’s redevelopment as was the Armada which stood two doors along towards Old King Street (now Merchant Street).  

Landlords:

Brandy Cask
1823 James Mitchell
1826 - 1830 Mary Mitchell
1839 - 1842 William Gibbs
1844 P Gibbs

Antelope
1848 Sarah Haydon
1851 - 1854 Charles Manning
1855 - 1863 Frederick C. Weir
1865 Weir & Co.
1866 - 1868 Richard Lear
1869 - 1871 James Tapson
1871 - 1877 Thomas Hollyman
1881 - 86 Sarah Louisa Hollyman
1887 - 1888 Alfred Hollyman
1889 - 1891 Alfred Terry
1892 - 1894 Sarah Ann Terry
1896 Sarah Ann Cox
1897 Henrietta Levy
1899 - 1902 Frederick Dawes
1904 Daniel Jones
1906 John Kear
1909 Herbert Newton
1914 Arthur Lilley
1917 - 1937 Arthur Williams
1939 - 1950 Alice Haynes (When her tenancy commenced the rent was £50 p.a., the landlords being The Bristol Brewery Co).
1953 Henry John Lapham
Source: www.bristolslostpubs.com

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