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Armada, Bristol, Gloucestershire

 


 
Near the corner with Old King Street, now the corner of the Hub diagonally opposite Dixons. The Armada, previously known as the Ship was pulled down during the 1950s re-development of the area. The premises next door were occupied by Henry Jones the flour millers who were the inventors of self raising flour.  

Landlords:

Ship
1775 John Cordis
1792 William Hopkins
1794 David Jones
1800 William Perrin
1820 - 1823 Thomas Richards
1826 M. Richards
1828 - 1830 William Dalby
1832 David Webb
1834 - 1841 John Knight
1841 - 1849 Joseph Knight
1850 Thomas Boatswain
1851 - 1856 Mary Boatswain
1858 - 1865 George Bowden
1866 - 1868 Thomas Hollyman
1869 - 1871 Edward Jones
1872 George Pitman
1875 James Hewitt
1876 - 1877 John Moffatt
1879 - 1880 Mary Hopkins
1881 to 1885 William Whitaker
1886 J. Witcombe
1887 James Slade
1888 Charles Stream
1889 Matthew Hughes

Armada
1891 - 1896 William Puddy
1897 Henry Barnes
1899 Ellen Mills
1900 - 1901 Florence Pullin
1901 Gertrude Mills
1904 Sarah Bishop
1906 - 1909 Horace Gibb
1914 William Berry
1917 - 1921 Stanley Wall
1925 - 1949. Lilian Jones
1949 - 1953 Stanley Hewett Forse (When his tenancy commenced the rent was 40 p.a., the landlords being the Bristol Brewery Co.).
 
Source: www.bristolslostpubs.com
 

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