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  1. RichardB

    1905

    Pubs, unknown keepers only, Name, Address, Open (if known), Closed (if known), Span (years), rating out of 21 (Higher the score, the better the Pub is represented across all 21 sources used) Odd Fellow's Arms 25 Silver Street 1833 1893 60 0 Odd Fellow's Arms 26 Furnace Hill 1833 1893 60 0 Odd Fellow's Arms 19 Cross Burgess Street 1837 1 Odd Fellow's Arms 38 Pitt Street 1849 2 Odd Fellow's Rest 53 West Street 1835 1893 58 1 Odd Fellow's Rest 94 Button Lane 1830 1908 78 1 Old Albion 103 Hill Street 1 Old Albion (Guard's Rest) 38 Fowler Street 0 Old Ball 8 Grindl
  2. RichardB

    1901 Trade Directory

    Known keeper, 1901 Trade Directory ONLY. "S" Pubs Saddle 96 West Street 1825 1992 167 George Hobson Salutation 85 Upper St Philip's Road 1893 1965 72 Robert Bocking Salutation High Green 1901 Mrs E Pepper Sawmaker's Arms 1 Neepsend Lane 1834 1966 132 Harry Custworth Scarborough Arms 34 Addy Street 1841 Still open 167 N Goulding Shades/Shades Vaults 20 Watson's Walk 1797 1940 143 Charles Sommonite Shakespeare 146 Gibralter Street 1821 still open 187 Frank Howson Shakespeare 16 Sycamore Street 1822 1965 143 George Allen Shakespeare 196 Bradfield Road, Owlerton 1854 Still open 154
  3. RichardB

    1901 Trade Directory

    Known keeper, 1901 Trade Directory ONLY. "R" Pubs Railway 97 Broughton Lane 1871 still open 137 Nicholas Banner Railway Beighton 1901 Harry A M Boaler Railway Wadsley Bridge 1901 Richard Herringshaw Railway Hotel 184 Bramhall Lane 1871 Still open 137 Isaac Swallow Railway Inn 70 Nursery Street 1833 Mrs M Trevor Railway Inn Station Road, Chapeltown 1901 Thomas Brown Ran Moor Ran Moor 1854 George Walker (330 Fulwood Road) Randall Hotel 29 Randall Street 1871 Henry Denton Rawson's Arms 85 Tenter Street 1833 1896 63 William Smith Red Deer 18 Pitt Street 1825 still ope
  4. "C" Pubs Name, Address, Opening Year if known Cambridge Arms 73 Coal Pit Lane 1833 Canine Inn 34 Lambert Street 1825 Canterbury Hall Hotel 19 Pinfold Street 1833 Carpenter's Arms 19 Hereford Street Castle Inn Dykes Hall Road Ceylon Hotel 16 Wellington Street 1833 Chequers Fargate/Surrey Street 1833 Clarence 56 High Street 1825 Clarence Hotel 1 Paradise Square Clifton 79 Clifton Street 1774 Clown and Monkey Paradise Square Coach and Horses 16 Waingate 1825 Coach and Six Haymarket 1808 Cock Castle Hill 1780 Cock High Street 1686 Cock and Bottle 46 Hawley Croft 1825 Cocked Hat 75 Worksop Road Co
  5. ukelele lady

    Coal Pit Lane

    Yes more or less but still you've got Coal Pit Lane much further down ? But then again, in those days I suppose everything was more spread out and not as congested as today.
  6. Wellington (existing data), Coal Pit Lane, Elias Shirt. SS8 68/141 Pages 69 and 70 appear to have a problem. That's me lot for today, 11 postings - taken all day to find/post. Somebody please remind me why I/we do this ... Added to A-Z
  7. George Taylor, 17 Coal Pit Lane Hone ?? Definitely says Hone - in between Hide and Hop alphabetically.
  8. RichardB

    Sheffield Schools

    White's 1833 Getting bored with these now ... All these from White's 1833 Directory, there may be more !!! Ann Brotherhood Day School 13 Bailey Street Lydia Butcher Day School 15 Redhill Terrace Joseph Haywood Schoolmaster and surveyor 8 Garden Street; h. 6 Brocco Street Joseph Haywood Day school 2 Hereford Street; h. Hartshead Elizabeth Heeley School mistress 29 Jessop Street Hannah Hinchcliff School George Street, Philadelphia Elizabeth Hoyland Girls' National School Western Hall Martha Kirk Day school 58 Allen Street W. Kirk Second Master of Grammar School h.
  9. RichardB

    1862

    1862, Pubs with known keepers ONLY. Number at the end (out of 23) shows how many of the data sources the Pub if found in; higher the score, the more Directories that Pub is in. Raby's Inn 16 Westbar 1862 Joseph Raby 1 Railway 31 Wicker 1833 1900 67 Ann Thompson 5 Railway Inn 70 Nursery Street 1833 Mary Smith 10 Ram Inn 272 Rockingham Street 1854 John Chilton 2 Ran Moor 330 Fulwood Road, Ran Moor 1854 James Worrall 8 Rawson's Arms 85 Tenter Street 1833 1896 63 John Oakes 9 Red Deer 18 Pitt Street 1825 still open 183 Benjamin Taylor (38 Pitt Street) 7 Red House 168 Soll
  10. Guest

    Fish & Chip Shops

    Manchester Road at bottom of Carr Road Now a Chinese Takeaway Half Way up Ash Lane Deepcar. Manchester Road opposite Cinema Building - Still there Johnson Street Opposite top gate close to Hawthorne Ave Victroria Road - Still there Coal Pit Lane - Still there Stubbin Estate – Still there Garden Village – Now a Chinese Takeaway :rolleyes:
  11. Yellow Lion Coal Pit Lane 1839 Elizabeth Shaw 1841 Alfred Newton 1859 John Chicken 1863 John Cooke [1 Cambridge St] updated to A to Z
  12. OK Folks, another exciting series of postings, this time 645 of 'em from 1901 Trade Directory; not to be confused with Stuart0742's 1901 Census (though I have included updates from there and posted Thanks). This is Pubs with a known keeper only. Pubs without a known keeper are listed on another posting. As usual Name, Address, Year Opened (if known), Closed (if known), Span of Years (difficult when Opened and/or Closed are unknown), Keeper "A", "B", "C" in bite-sized chunks, I also like to let Admin I'm breathing down his "Baked-Potato 4 for a Pound-type head" with the postings !!! Wa
  13. "Q and R" Pubs Name, Address, Opening Year if known Queen 20 Attercliffe Road Queen Hotel River Lane 1890 Queen's Bays 16 Joiner Street Raglan Inn Arundel Street Raglan Inn Meadow Street Ram Hotel 100 Ecclesall Road Red Hill Tavern 33 Red Hill 1796 Red Lion 202 Shalesmoor 1833 Red Lion 89 Trippet Lane 1833 Red Lion Forncett Street 1864 Red Lion off Market Place 1755 Red Lion (or Ball Inn) 34 Pye Bank Reform Tavern 41 Smithfields 1833 Reform Tavern 76 Coal Pit Lane 1796 Rock Inn 31 Carlisle Street East 1864 Rodney Inn 46 Leadmill Road Rosco Tavern 27 Henry Street
  14. RichardB

    1871 Pubs "A" and, er, onwards

    "D" Pubs Number at the end is score out of 17, low is not wellrepresented in Directories, high is well represented; if no names listed, none known; any help/suggestions (1871 only) much appreciated. Name Address Open Closed Span 1871 17 Daniel's Rest 29 Cliffe Street 1871 Joshua Melson 1 Danville Hotel 1 Danville Street 1883 1925 42 0 David and Goliath 111 Devonshire Street 1841 1 Denison Arms 33 Watery Street 1845 Still open Henry Ekin 6 Derby 53 Egerton Street 1910 1910 0 Derby Hotel 25 Lawson Street 1 Devonshire Arms 23 South Street, Moor 1825 1940 115 Benjamin
  15. RichardB

    Are the following Pubs still open ?

    Part 5 of 5 ("The Last Bit !!!!") Sheaf House Hotel 329 Bramhall Lane 1816 Sheffield Arms 107 Upwell Street 1830 Sheldon 27 Hill Street 1841 Ship Inn 284 Shalesmoor 1833 Sportsman 20 Coal Pit Lane 1833 Sportsman 504 Attercliffe Road 1870 Sportsman's Inn 10 Denby Street Staffordshire Arms 38 Sorby Street 1864 Star and Garter 82 Winter Street 1871 Station Inn 86 Wicker 1849 Station Inn 732 Attercliffe Road Stone House 19 Church Street 1790 Tea Gardens 90 Grimesthorpe Road 1850 Three Cranes 46 Queen Street 1822 Three Tuns 39 Silver Street Head 1822 Toll Gate 408 Pitsmoor Road
  16. Guest

    Davison Family

    I wonder if anyone has any information on my ancesters...DAVISON They lived around Sheffield town center and then Burngrave From at least 1800s to 1901.. I have particular interest in George Davison aged 50 on 1841 census living with wife Mary two sons William and Henry at 65 Coal Pit lane.Any Information would be very helpful.....andyd
  17. HughW

    Davison Family

    A couple of discrepancies, but the ages and birthplaces match the 1841 census: 1851 census piece 2337 folio 321 page 24 Ct 9 Carver St (Ecclesall Bierlow) Geo DAVIDSON Head Marr 64 DBY die sinker DBY Chesterfield Mary DAVIDSON Wife Marr 56 scissor burnisher Sheffield Ann DAVIDSON Dau Unm 28 washer woman Sheffield Carver St is close to Coal Pit Lane (which is now called Cambridge St). The different spelling of this surname is always likely to happen. The change in occupation is more unexpected. I think this is the burial of Mary: Burial at St Paul's, Pinstone St DAVISON M
  18. Guest

    Polly Bettaneys

    SteveHB Did you live in the village ? if so you must remember there was also a breadshop at the bottom of Coal Pit lane opposite Birchenoughs farm. It was painted a red colour. The Gennel which ran down the side of the bread shop also had a host of cottages, most of them hidden fro few on the left going down towards Rural Lane (Fox Lane), If my memory is correct I believe the Fearn Family lived in at least one of the cottages. If You remember Polly Bettaneys you must remember this as well,
  19. RichardB

    1905

    Pubs, unknown keepers only, Name, Address, Open (if known), Closed (if known), Span (years), rating out of 21 (Higher the score, the better the Pub is represented across all 21 sources used) Daniel's Rest 29 Cliffe Street 1871 1 Danville Hotel 1 Danville Street 1883 1925 42 0 David and Goliath 111 Devonshire Street 1841 1 Derby 53 Egerton Street 1910 0 Derby Hotel 25 Lawson Street 1 Devonshire Arms 51 Eldon Street 1871 1917 46 1 Devonshire Arms Division Street 1828 3 Dog and Gun 102 Button Lane 1825 1917 92 0 Dog and Gun 108 Carver Street 1797 1 Dog and
  20. RichardB

    1901 Trade Directory

    Known keeper, 1901 Trade Directory ONLY. "W" Pubs Waggon and Horses Mill Houses 1822 Joseph H Marshall Wagon and Horses/Old Wagon and Horses in 1854 236 Gleadless Road 1901 Arthur Whitehead Wagon and Horses/Old Wagon and Horses in 1854 Market Place, Chapeltown 1901 William Major Washington 23 Washington Road 1854 Alfred Hoyland Washington 79 Fitzwilliam Street 1849 still open 159 Walter Shaw Wellington 1 Henry Street, Portmahon 1871 Still open 137 William Platts Wellington 720 Brightside Lane 1871 still open 137 F Lee Wellington Inn 222 Main Road, Darnall Road 1871
  21. dunsbyowl1867

    The Catholic Churches/Chapels of Sheffield

    The first post reformation Catholic Chapel was attached to the house of the Duke of Norfolk's agent, John Shireburn on the edge of town in Coal Pit Lane some time after 1701. John Shireburn later moved to a new house at the corner of Fargate and Norfolk row known by many names including the Lord's House and worship would once again have taken place in the centre of Sheffield. In 1814 the Lord's House was dismantled and in 1816 a New Chapel was contructed at a cost of approximatley £3,000. http://www.picturesheffield.co.uk/cgi-bin/...jpgh/s05077.jpg
  22. Information as much use as a chocolate fireguard, but here goes : Sportsman 20 Coal Pit Lane (1833)
  23. This would appear to be my contribution, some old, some new. Probably more that you asked for Bar Coast Division Street, S1 (1998) Devonshire Arms (1825- ) Dolphin Hotel 37 Division Street (1845- ) Forester's Inn/Yorick/The Yorl/Olive Bar 75 Division Street (1834 - ) John Bull 126 Rockingham Street (1871 - ) Lloyds No 1 2-12 Division Street (1999) Manchester 4 Division Street (1849 - ) Mansfield Hotel 73 Division Street (1871 - ) Original John Bull 6 Division Street (1846 - ) Union 1 Division Street (1837 - ), became the Albert Pub, usually listed as 2 Coal Pit Lan
  24. POPPYCHRISTINA

    Green Dragon Hotel

    Another one from the same source, Richard. Punch Bowl South Street 1880,s Robert J. Barrass--Licensed retailer of foreign wines and spirits ,Ale, beer ,porter and tobacco to be consumed on the premises. It also mentions The Sign of the Parrot, bottom of Coal Pit Lane in 1832. George
  25. Reform Tavern 76 Coal Pit Lane Open 1796 Closed Span Comments Earlier
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