18 Longsmith Street
In the 1906 Matthews & Son Gloucester City Directory there are two pubs called the Prince Albert, one in Longsmith Street and the Prince Albert in Station Road.
Three years later contemporary records give details of a pub called the Prince Albert ‘not being required to meet the wants of the neighbourhood’. Dated March 8th 1909, the location of the Prince Albert is not given and the details add that there was another pub within 12 yards. This tends to suggest that the Prince Albert in question was in Longsmith Street where other pubs included the Bolt, Ducie Arms, New Bear and Swan & Falcon. In 1909 records show that the Prince Albert in Longsmith Street was tied to Ind Coope & Co.
1870 James Rudge
1870,1879 Emily Coleman
1891 Arthur Cromwell (aged 50 in 1891 census. Married to Lucy. Also listed as a joiner)
1893 (Prince Albert, Longsmith Street – no landlord given)
1906 A. Young