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  1. Stuart0742

    Pubs Thread - Christmas 2010 Update

    D Pubs Name Daggers Inn Address Market Place Earliest 1825. Closed Comments 1825. Richard Greenwood (dies 7th Sep 1843, aged 72) Name Daniel's Rest Address 29 Cliffe Street Earliest 1871. Closed Comments 1871. Joshua Melson Name Danville Hotel Address 1 Danville Street Earliest 1883. Closed 1925. Comments Name David and Goliath Address 111 Devonshire Street Earliest 1841. Closed Comments 1841. Thomas Cowen Name Denison Arms Address 33 Watery Street Earliest 1845. Closed Closed Comments 1854. Richard Rawson Whitworth (died 3/2/185
  2. Stuart0742

    Pubs Thread - Christmas 2010 Update

    C Pubs Ca - Co Name Cambridge Arms Address 1 Coal Pit Lane Earliest 1736. Closed Comments formerly The Yellow Lion, became Cambridge Street 1865. F White 1866. F White 1867. F White 1868. F White 1871. Edward Stephenson 1872. Edward Stephenson 1873. Edward Stephenson 1874. Edward Stephenson 1875. Edward Stephenson 1876. Edward Stephenson 1877. Edward Stephenson 1878. Edward Stephenson 1879. Edward Stephenson 1880. Edward Stephenson 1881. Edward Stephenson 1888. Joseph Sanderson 1889. Joseph Sanderson 1893. Mrs Mary A Sanderson 1894. Mrs Mary A Sanderson 1895. Mrs Ma
  3. Stuart0742

    Pubs Thread - Christmas 2010 Update

    B Pubs Ba Name Bagshawe Arms Address Hemsworth Road, Norton Avenue Earliest 1849. Closed Still open Comments Older than this record shows 1849. George Rogers 1850. George Rogers 1851. George Rogers 1852. George Rogers 1853. George Rogers 1854. George Rogers 1859. F Ferrand 1865. H Palmer 1876. William Fielding 1877. William Fielding 1878. William Fielding 1879. William Fielding 1880. William Fielding 1881. William Fielding 1882. William Fielding 1883. William Fielding 1884. William Fielding 1885. William Fielding 1886. William Fielding 1887. William Fielding 1888.
  4. Stuart0742

    Pubs Thread - Christmas 2010 Update

    A Pubs Name Abbey Address 944 Chesterfield Road, S8 Earliest 1862 Closed still open Comments 1862. James Markham 1863. James Markham 1864. J. Markham 1865. J. Markham 1876. John England 1877. John England 1878. John England 1879. John England 1880. John England 1881. John England 1882. John England 1883. John Edward Allen/Jonathan Joel 1884. John Edward Allen 1885. John Edward Allen 1886. John Edward Allen 1887. John Edward Allen 1888. Jonathan Joel 1889. Jonathan Joel 1890. Jonathan Joel 1891. Jonathan Joel 1892. Jonathan Joel 1893. Jonathan Joel 1894. Jonathan
  5. History dude

    Wybourn

    I have done a lot of research on Sheffield Park so I can clear up a lot of the name mysteries. Let's start with the Nunnery. In 1291 Waldingwells Nunnery (not far from Worksop) were given lands in Woodhouse, so it's likely they were given land in Sheffield Park from Thomas Furnival. It was a Benedictine order and lived under a rule, which was 'to work is to pray'. Water courses were altered by them, so hence the Kirk Dike, which is the one that flows in Deep Pit. You mention Harrison's Survey, undertaken by John Harrison of South Lopham in Norfolk. The names in it are interesting. The "Plauc
  6. ukelele lady

    Pub Updates

    Dog & Partridge 56 Trippet Lane 1833 , 39, 41, Thomas Barrett 1852 Henry Radford 1859 , Joseph Wild 1863, James Rose 1864, 65, 68, William Carlin 1876 Alfred Turner 1879 , 83, 88, 89, 95, 96, 98, John Brown 1902 Thomas Wilson 1903 William A Scarlett 1907, John Platts 1910, 12, 13, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, Patrick J Hayes Dog & Partridge 53 Coal Pit Lane 1833 Edward Middleton Blue Ball Castle Foulds 1774 [ Sketchley ] Richard Wilson
  7. RichardB

    1895 Pubs And Beerhouses - Ongoing

    Pubs with named keepers in 1895. Abbey Hotel 944 Chesterfield Road, S8 1862 still open 50. Jonathan Joel (348 Chesterfield Road)Abbeydale Station Hotel 161 Abbeydale Road South 1855. 35. William Snow Acorn 204 Shalesmoor, S3 1821. 1960. 83. C Thompson and Co Acorn Bracken Hill, Chapeltown 1865. 53. E Redfearn Adelphi 13 Arundel Street/Sycamore Street, S1 1849. 1969. 68. John Payne Admiral Rodney 592 Loxley Road, S6 1833. 60. W Trickett Albert 2 Coal Pit Lane, S1 1797. 1988. 40. Robert Gill Albert 31 Sutherland Street, S4 1855. 1996. 56. George Cockin Albion High Street, Attercliffe (694 Atterc
  8. BayLeaf and RichardS .... Thanks to both of you for your responses.... It appears that the area at, around and near the Manor included about 7 farms, a colliery and a quarry or two. Out of a total population of 585 persons, the breakdown of 1841 occupations looks like this: 50 Coal Miners 35 Ag Labourers 9 Farmers 9 Cutlers 5 Stone Cutters 4 Butchers 10 Independents (more or less "wealthy" and/or "landed" is my guess) 9 Male Servants 13 Female Servants There were other occupations like "Iron Moulder" and the like, and even an "Engineer" or two, but they were few in number..,
  9. RichardB

    1847 Pubs

    W-Z names Name Address Open Closed 1847. Warm Hearth Stone 1 Town Head Street 1790. 1896. James Hogg (7 Townhead Street) Washington 79 Fitzwilliam Street 1845. Still open John Monks Waterloo Tavern/Waterloo Turf Tavern 26 Watson's walk 1774. 1906. Paul Ashley Wellington Inn 222 Main Road, Darnall Road 1822. Still open William Hardcastle Wellington Inn (formerly Hero and His Horse) 58 Langsett Road 1845. Still open George Parvin Wellington Tavern/Duke of Wellington 21 Coal Pit Lane (Cambridge St by 1871) 1822. Elias Shirt Wentworth Arms 262 Rockingham Street 1833. James Hirst W
  10. RichardB

    1847 Pubs

    S names Name Address Open Closed 1847. Saddle/New Saddle 96 West Street 1825. 1992. Benjamin Armitage Scarborough Arms 79 Fargate 1797. 1890. William Appleyard Seven Stars Trippet Lane (36 Pinfold Street) 1787. Thomas Beet Shades/Shades Vaults 20 Watson's Walk 1797. 1940. Martha Turner Shakespeare 146 Gibralter Street 1820. Closed Isaac Rubbins Shakespeare Upper Heeley 1822. Thomas Bodges Shakespeare and Crown/Crown and Shakespeare 16 Sycamore Street 1822. 1965. William C. Rosindale Sheaf Inn 11 Effingham Road, S4 1849. John Chadwick Sheffield Arms 42 Meadow Street 1818. 19
  11. RichardB

    1847 Pubs

    R names Name Address Open Closed 1847. Railway 31 Wicker 1833. 1900. Joseph Stones Railway Inn 70 Nursery Street 1833. John Smith (44 Nursery Street) Rawson's Arms 85 Tenter Street 1833. 1896. Joseph Charles Roe Red House 168 Solly Street 1796. Still open James Waterson Red Lion 109 Charles Street, S1 1820. Still open Mary Ann Wells (37 Charles Street) Red Lion 145 Duke Street, Park, S2 1820. Still open John Smith Red Lion 15 Smithfield 1820. William Stork Red Lion 39 Hartshead 1820. 1903. John Hopkinson Red Lion 52 Coal Pit Lane 1796. Benjamin Furness Red Lion Lower Heel
  12. RichardB

    1847 Pubs

    B names Name Address Open Closed 1847. Ball 17 Scotland Street (Grindle gate) 1797. William Tarlington Ball 26 Campo Lane 1824. Henry Platts (13 Campo Lane) Ball 27 Spring Street 1797. 1903. Joseph Bulloss Ball 28 Townhead Street 1822. 1900. Benjamin Hudson Ball 46 Furnace Hill 1797. 1920. William Parker Ball 50 Lambert Street 1796. 1905. George Rhodes Ball 50 Pye Bank, 25 Pye Bank, 8 Pits Moor Road 1825. 1957. William Best (52 Pye Bank) Ball 20 Hawley Croft 1780. 1901. John Spink Jun. (18 Hawley Croft) Ball in the Tree/Ball/Balli'th'Tree Clarke Houses 1822. John Keyworth
  13. RichardB

    1879 Sheffield Public Houses

    W-Z names Name Address Open Closed 1879. Waggon and Horses Mill Houses 1822. Still open Henry Smith Wagon and Horses/Old Wagon and Horses in 1854 2 Kent Road, Upper Heeley 1822. Joseph Berley Wagon and Horses/Waggon and Horses Market Place, Chapeltown 1825. Alfred Paley Walkley Cottage/Cottage/ The Old Cottage Hill Street, Walkley 1828. Still open Jabez Shelley (Old Cottage, 4 Bole Hill Road) Warm Hearth Stone 1 Town Head Street 1790. 1896. Jonathan Guest Washington 23 Washington Road 1854. Benjamin Beeley/Bealey Washington 79 Fitzwilliam Street 1845. Still open William Platt
  14. RichardB

    1879 Sheffield Public Houses

    S names Name Address Open Closed 1879. Saddle/New Saddle 96 West Street 1825. 1992. Thomas Stead Salutation 170 Wortley Road, High Green, Chapeltown 1881. Still open George Hague Salutation 85 Upper St Philip's Road 1833. 1965. Mrs Ellen E Bacon Saracens Head 88 & 90 Grimesthorpe Road 1879. Thomas Usherwood Sawmaker's Arms 1 Neepsend Lane, S3 1834. 1966. William Heppenstall Scarborough Arms 34 Addy Street, S6 1841. Still open William Isaac Ronksley Scarborough Arms 79 Fargate 1797. 1890. George Wilson Seven Stars Trippet Lane (36 Pinfold Street) 1787. Mrs Dora Jamieson Sh
  15. RichardB

    1879 Sheffield Public Houses

    R names Name Address Open Closed 1879. Railway 19 Penistone Road North, Wadsley Bridge 1881. Still open Thomas Tillotson Railway 31 Wicker 1833. 1900. William B Snow Railway Rotherham Road, Beighton 1854. Mrs Ann Boaler Railway Hotel Hazlehead 1881. Thomas Wagstaff (Thurlstone) Railway Inn 70 Nursery Street 1833. Charles Methley Railway Inn Station Road, Chapeltown 1879. Mrs Ellen Chappell Railway/Stadium/Noose and Gibbet 97 Broughton Lane, S9 1871. Still open George Radford Ran Moor 330 Fulwood Road, Ran Moor, S10 1854. Still open James Hartley Raven/Hornblower/O'Hagans 12
  16. RichardB

    1879 Sheffield Public Houses

    C names Name Address Open Closed 1879. Cambridge Arms 1 Coal Pit Lane 1736. Edward Stephenson Canterbury Hall Hotel 19 Pinfold Street 1833. 1897. Alfred Arundel Carbrook Hall 537 Attercliffe Common 1861. Still open Mrs Elizabeth Bunting Carwood 8 Carlisle Street East, S4 1864. 1986. John Andrew Castle Inn 46 Snighill/Water Lane 1820. William Shaper & Co Castle Inn Bolsterstone 1861. Still open Thomas Bramall Chandos 217 Rockingham Street 1825. John Schofield Chantrey Arms 733-735 Chesterfield Road 1879. Still open Hannah & Elizabeth Moore, shopkeepers Chequers Inn Dronfield Lane, Coa
  17. RichardB

    1879 Sheffield Public Houses

    B names Name Address Open Closed 1879. Bagshawe Arms Hemsworth Road, Norton Avenue 1854. Still open William Fielding Ball 106 High Street, Ecclesfield 1825. Alfred Ridge Ball 17 Scotland Street (Grindle gate) 1797. Miss Myra Reed Ball 23 Oborne Street/2 Orborne/23 New Field Street/23 Newfield, Bridgehouses 1820. Joseph Watkinson Ball 26 Campo Lane 1824. Joseph White Ball 27 Spring Street 1797. 1903. Charles Staniforth Ball 43 Mansfield Road, Intake 1833. Still open Hugh Havenhand Ball 46 Furnace Hill 1797. 1920. Benjamin Chappel Pope Ball 50 Lambert Street 1796. 1905. Abel
  18. RichardB

    1879 Sheffield Public Houses

    A names Name Address Open Closed 1879. Abbey Hotel 944 Chesterfield Road, S8 1862 still open John England Abbeydale Station Hotel 161 Abbeydale Road South 1855. Edward Robinson Acorn 204 Shalesmoor, S3 1821. 1960. William Smith Acorn Bracken Hill, Chapeltown 1865. Wilfred Ollerearnshaw Adelphi 13 Arundel Street/Sycamore Street, S1 1849. 1969. Ralph Armfield Admiral Rodney 592 Loxley Road, S6 1833. Thomas Trickett Albert 2 Coal Pit Lane, S1 1797. 1988. Mrs Hannah Naylor (Cambridge Street) Albert 31 Sutherland Street, S4 1855. 1996. Thomas Darwent Albion 12 Sylvester Street 18
  19. RichardB

    Lost In A World Of Pub Updates

    Newly discovered Sheffield Trade Directory (1850) Miggins Directory of Sheffield Boozers with known, named keepers. This is NOT all Sheffield Pubs in 1850, just those with a named Publican/Victualler/Landlord-Lady Albion 2-4 Earsham Street, S4 1948. Joseph Charlesworth Albion 35 Johnson Street 1839. Joseph Hobson Albion Hotel 75 London Road, S2 1833. John Roberts Anchor 233 Solly Street 1833. Paul Parnell Angel 14 Button Lane or 18-22 Button Lane 105 South Street, Moor 1821. William Tomlinson Angel 15 Angel Street 1657. Frederick Wilkinson Angel 87 Westbar Green 1820. L Ibbotson Anvil 152 Sou
  20. 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
  21. Guest

    Coal Pit Lane

    I remember reading recently but can't remember where, that one of the 19th. century Chapels or Churches built in that area had to be built on piles because of the old coal workings under the site. If I come across it again I'll remember this thread....hopefully. Edit: Found the church but it it's too far from Coal Pit lane.... "St. Judes Eldon street, erected in 1849....the site included a partially worked coal mine and the church is reared on 33 stone pillars rising from the bottom of the mine."
  22. This article first appeared in the Transactions of the Hunter Archaeological Society and is reproduced by kind permission of the Society EXTRACTS FROM DIARY OF A TOUR FROM LONDON TO YORKSHIRE, LANCASHIRE, CHESHIRE AND DERBYSHIRE, AUGUST 3rd-SEPTEMBER 22nd, 1798. The author is unknown, but it is gathered from the diary that the initial of his surname was "M", and that he resided at Baker Street, Portman Square, London. On this tour he was accompanied by his wife and one daughter. He had a second daughter who remained at home. Presumably about fifty years of age and rather corpulent,
  23. I can't find if this has been discussed before. Coal Pit Lane, now Cambridge Street. Presumably it was called Coal Pit Lane for a reason (although the 1771 Fairbanks plan gives the alternative Cow Pit Lane). So, where was the coal pit?
  24. Old Cow (Beerhouse) 12/64 Coal Pit Lane Open 1833 Closed by 1841? Span ~7? Comments Coalpit Lane is now Cambridge Street Earlier 1833 (White's) John Renwick, Old Cow beerhouse (64 Coalpit Lane) 1837 (White's) John Renwick, beerhouse (64 Coalpit Lane) 1839 (Robson's) Jno. Renwick, beer retailer (12 Coalpit Lane) 1841 (Census) John Renwick, cutler (Coalpit Lane)—no mention of beerhouse
  25. The updated entries (Old Cow to go with beerhouses when they take their place in the index): Chequers Inn 43/64 Coal Pit Lane/Cambridge Street Open 1821 Closed before 1901? Span Comments Coalpit Lane is now Cambridge Street Earlier 1821 Thomas Alsop 1822 Thomas Alsop (43 Coalpit Lane) 1825 Thomas Alsop (43 Coalpit Lane) 1828 (Blackwell's) Thomas Alsop, Chequers (43 Coalpit Lane) 1828–9 (Pigot's) Thomas Alsop, Chequers (43 Coalpit lane) 1833 (White's) Jane Alsop, vict. Chequers (43 Coalpit Lane; also given as #40) 1834 Jane Alsop 1837 (White's) Jane Alsop, vi
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