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    Victuallers from 1787

    Hi RichardB Will this help. SEARCHESFAMILY TREESMAILING LISTSMESSAGE BOARDS Sheffield Genealogy Family & Social History sorry forgot the link http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~e...streetnames.htm September 25, 2007 The following are the street names which made up the original town of Sheffield around the 1770s. Balm Green Broad Lane Bullstake Burgess Street Campo Lane Castle Folds Castle Green Castle Head Castle Hill Church Lane Coal Pit Lane Dixon Lane Fargate Figtree Lane Hartshead Hollis Croft Irish Cross Jehu Lane Millsands Newhall Stree
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    1825 Victuallers

    Took some extracting using Excel (=find(), =(mid), sorting, writing out to .txt files, importing from .txt and lots of Copy, Paste Special, Value), I've been using spreadsheets since 1984 (before DOS, it was Visicalc on a Tandy TRS-80, VisiCalc), anyway I'll let Tsavo explain the details !!! ; this stuff is the Victuallers only. 1822 to follow, when I have the time. ? (Hikes Edward, Victualler, Ball And Whitesmith, 8, Spring Allan John,Victualler, Butcher's Arms, 27,Townhead St. Allen Joseph,Victualler, Orange Branch, 58, Hollis Croft Allison Edward, Victualler, Barrel, Little Sheffield Allis
  3. GALES & MARTIN BUSINESS DIRECTORY 1787 ABBOT ELI-SILK DYER-WEST BAR GREEN ABDY JOHN-CUTLER-HOWARD ST ADDY WILLIAM-CUTLER-WEST BAR GREEN ALCARD JAMES-GROCER-SCOTLAND ST ALCOCK JOHN & CO-INK POT MAKERS-BAILEY FIELD ALDHAM WILLIAM-GROCER-CHANGE ALLEY ALLEN GEORGE&ROBERT-LINENDRAPERS&TEA DEALERS-NEW STREET ALLEN WIDOW-LANTERN LIGHT & COMB MAKER-SCARGILL CROFT ALLEN THOMAS-SNUFFER MAKER-BAILEY FIELD ALLEN THOMAS-MASTER OF CHARITY SCHOOL-CHURCH YARD ALMOND JAMES-MANUFACTUROR OF PLATED GOODS-WEST BAR ALMOND JOHN-VICTUALLER-TOWNHEAD CROSS ALMOND ROGER-VICTUALLER-BLIN
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    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,
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    Reuben Hallam

    I remember the row of stone cottages that used to ajoin the Star. I lived just off Luke Lane on what was called "Coal Pit Lane, this was later changed to Aldene Road. The reason behind this was someone who lived on Coal Pit lane had tried to book a holiday somewhere, but when they gave their adddress, they were refused, because it was assumed that they were miners and too common. I was told as a youngster that they campaigned to get the name of the Road changed, so the same thing wouldn't happen again. I gew up in Wadsley when it was a village, it was full of stone cottages, and little sh
  6. A DESCRIPTION OF THE TOWN OF SHEFFIELD in my remembrance wrote in the year 1832 at the time the Cholera was raging in Sheffield. BY JOSEPH WOOLHOUSE. FORE WORD BY MR. HENRY RICHARDSON. The year 1832, when Joseph Woolhouse wrote his interesting paper on "Old Sheffield as I knew it," was a year of great importance. It saw the commencement of the Dispensary (now the Royal Hospital), the destruction of the old Cutlers' Hall, and the erection of the present building in Church Street, the first election of Parliamentary representation for the town, the enfranchisement of three t
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    Help Solve This Mystery..

    Just read this, posted by Richard....explains why The Cutlers Company coat of arms are above Edwin Dale's old building. CHAPTER 11 - CUTLERS HALLS AND FEASTS. WE know with certainty of only three Cutlers' Halls. They successively occupied the same site, in Church Street. Their dates are I638, I726, I832. The late Mr. John Holland expressed the belief that there had been a still earlier hall, standing at the top of Coal Pit Lane, where, in his young days, there was a grinding wheel. Any evidence of the existence of such a building is wholly lacking. There was, until recently, an old ho
  8. Here's extracts from a booklet about St Philips church that used to stand on Penistone/Infirmary road. I remember the graveyard used to be in between the roads as was my uncles car garage repair shop next door to it. The gravestones were moved to the redevelopment of the Hillsborough Barracks and these are the ones you can see stood straight up in the walls there. Note by the author This booklet, written in response to a request by the Vicar and Council of St. Philip's Church, will, it is hoped, not only revive memories of the past and be an additional link in the long chain of local
  9. Here's a list of Sheffield streets, roads and places pre 20th Century LIST OF STREETS IN SHEFFIELD circa 1700 Balm Green Broad Lane Bull Stake Campo Lane Castle Fold Castle Green Castle Green Head Castle Hill Church Lane Far Gate Fig Tree Lane or New Street Hartshead High Street Holling Lane or Blind lane - later Holly Street Irish Cross Mill Sands New Hall Street Pinfold Lane Ratten Row Redcroft Scargill Croft Snig Hill The Isle The Underwater Townhead Street Waingate Water Lane West Bar West Bar Green IN 1821, Ainley yard, 72, Newfield Albion row, Bro
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