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  1. Looking at the Chequers or Old Cow (Beerhouse) posting, I think that these are two different places. White's 1833 directory has: Jane Alsop, vict. Chequers, 43 Coalpit Lane John Renwick, Old Cow beerhouse, 64 Coalpit Lane The 1837 directory also has: Jane Alsop, vict. Chequers, 43 Coalpit Lane John Renwick, beerhouse, 64 Coalpit Lane But then, Robson's 1839 directory has: A. Alsop, Beer Retailer, 64 Coalpit Lane Jno. Renwick, pen & pocket knife manufacturer & beer retailer, 12 Coalpit Lane It looks that Coalpit Lane was renumbered between 1837 and 1839; #43 became #64
  2. Y Yates's Carver Street Ye Old Cart and Horse 2 Wortley Road, High Green Ye Old English Samson 1 Duke Street, Park, S2 Yellow Ball Nether Hallam Yellow Lion 12 Haymarket Yellow Lion 59 Clifton Street, Attercliffe Yellow Lion Hotel High Street.Apperknowle. Unstone Yellow Lion1 Coal Pit Lane Yeomanry Hotel 32 Norfolk Street Yew Tree Inn234 Holmley Lane. Coal Aston Yew TreeLoxley New Road, Malin Bridge Yew Tree Inn 147 Hollinsend Road, Intake Yorick/The York 57 Division Street York Hotel 247 Fulwood Road / Broomhill York House 20 Nag's Head Court Yorkshire Clown 24 Paradise Squ
  3. W Wadsley Jack 65 Rural Lane, Wadsley Waggon and Horses 1 Scargill Croft Waggon and Horses 13 Arundel Street Waggon and Horses Abbeydale Road. Millhouses Wagon and Horses 236 Gleadless Road Wagon and Horses Langsett, Stocksbridge Wagon and Horses 2 Kent Road, Upper Heeley Waggon and Horses Market Place, Chapeltown Walkabout Inn Carver Street Walkley Cottage Hill Street, Walkley Wapentake Moorhead Warm Hearth Stone 1 Town Head Street Washford Arms 380 Attercliffe Road Washington 23 Washington Road Washington 79 Fitzwilliam Street & Wellington Street Wate
  4. S Saddle 96 West Street Sailte Yorkshire Beer House Green Lane Salutation 126 Attercliffe Common (Hill Top in 1871) Salutation 170 Wortley Road, High Green, Chapeltown Salutation 85 Upper St Philip's Road Salutation 85 West Street Salutation Silver Street Head Sam Hills Parlour 76-78 Wicker Sanctuary 4 St James Street Sandy Gate Sandy Gate, Upper Hallam Saracens Head 88 & 90 Grimesthorpe Road Saracens Head Ecclesfield Saw Mill Tavern 42 Sidney Street Sawmaker's Arms 1 Neepsend Lane, S3 Sawmaker's Arms 40 Burnt Tree Lane Sawyer's Arms 20 Silver Street Scale Cutters Arms (B
  5. R R & R Bar 13 London Road Raby's Inn 16 Westbar Raglan Inn Arundel Street Raglan Inn Meadow Street Railway 19 Penistone Road North, Wadsley Bridge Railway 31 Wicker Railway Hotel Rotherham Road, Beighton Railway Hotel 184 Bramhall Lane, S2 Railway Hotel Blackburn Railway Hotel Brightside Railway Hotel Hazlehead Railway Inn 76 Nursery Street Railway Inn Station Road, Chapeltown Railway Tavern 46 Carlisle Street East Railway Tavern 64 Princess Street. Railway 97 Broughton Lane, S9 Ram 82 Pea Croft / 82 Solly Street Ram Hotel 100 Ecclesall Road Ram Inn 15 Kenninghall Stree
  6. O Odd Fellow's Arms 19 Cross Burgess Street Odd Fellow's Arms 202 Duke Street, Park Odd Fellow's Arms 25 Silver Street Odd Fellow's Arms 38 Pitt Street Odd Fellow's Arms (Beerhouse) 26 Furnace Hill Odd Fellow's Rest 53 West Street Odd Fellow's Rest 94 Button Lane Office 117 Upperthorpe Road, S6 Old Albion 103 Hill Street, S2 Old Albion 242-244 Hanover Street, S3 Old Albion 2 Marshall Street /39 Fowler Street Old Ball 8 Grindlegate Old Ball 2 Green Lane Old Ball 31 Duke Street, Park Old Barrel 103 Pond Street Old Barrel 31 Edward Street (Scotland Street) Old Barrel 75 Pea Crof
  7. N Nag's Head 325 Shalesmoor, S3 Nag's Head Holdworth, Loxley Nag's Head Haymarket Nag's Head Sheffield Road, Dronfield Nag's Head (Beerhouse) Attercliffe Nailmakers' Arms Backmoor Road, S8 Napier Hotel 28 Lord Street Napier Hotel 95 Napier Street, S11 Napoleon 85 Carver Street Napoleon Tavern 34 Green Lane Navigation House 9 Castle Hill Neepsend Tavern 144 Neepsend Lane Nell's Bar 53 Coal Pit Lane, S1 Nelson 34 Union Street, S1 Nelson 78 Trippet Lane Nelson Inn 13 New St, Nelson Inn 8 Pea Croft Nelson/Nelson Rock Bar Moorhead Neptune Inn 22 Corn Exchange / New Hay
  8. D Daggers Inn Market Place Dallas Bar Fowler Street, Wincobank Dam House Bar & Restaurant Mushroom Lane Daniel's Rest 29 Cliff Street Danville Hotel 1 Danville Street S4 David and Goliath 111 Devonshire Street Deep End Langsett Road Deerstalker Deer Park Road, Stannington Dempsey's 1 Hereford Street Denison Arms 33 Watery Street Derby Hotel 10 Lansdowne Road Derby 53 Egerton Street Derby Hotel 25 Lawson Street, S3 Devonshire Arms 118 Ecclesall Road, S11 Devonshire Arms 23 South Street, Moor Devonshire Arms 405 Herries Road Devonshire Arms 51 Eldon Street Devonshire Arm
  9. C Cambridge Arms 1 Coal Pit Lane Caravan Tavern Little Sheffield Cambridge Hotel 452 Penistone Road Canine Inn 34 Lambert Street Canning Tavern 2 Bower Street Cannon 8 Scotland Street Cannon Spirit Vaults/Castle Wine Vaults 30 Castle Street Canteen Barracks Canterbury Hall Hotel 19 Pinfold Street Canterbury Hotel 29 Egerton Street Carbrook Hall 537 Attercliffe Common Cardigan Tavern 47 Ball Street Carlisle Street Hotel 5 Carlisle Street East Carlisle Tavern 67 Carlisle Road Carlton 17 Corporation Street Carlton 563 Attercliffe Road Carlton High Street Carpenter's Arms 19 H
  10. B Bagshawe Arms Hemsworth Road, Norton Avenue Baker's Arms 127 Clarence Street Ball 106 High Street, Ecclesfield Ball 16 Pond Street or 203 Pond Street Ball 17 Scotland Street (Grindle gate) Ball /Acorn 182 Young Street Ball 23 Newfield/23 Oborne Street later 2 & 56 Oborne Street Ball 17 Hawley Croft Ball 13 / 26 Campo Lane Ball 27 Spring Street Ball 28 Townhead Street Ball 3 Norfolk Street Ball 43 Mansfield Road, Intake Ball 46 Furnace Hill Ball 50 Lambert Street/3 Lambert Street John Watts Ball 25/52/ Pye Bank/ 8 Pitsmoor Road Ball 60 Charles Street Ball 66 Upwell Stre
  11. A Abbey Hotel 944 Chesterfield Road, S8 Abbeydale Station Hotel 161 Abbeydale Road South Aberdeen House 133 Upper Hanover Street/2 Aberdeen Street, S3 Acorn 20 Burton Road Acorn 20 New Church Street Acorn 204,288-292 Shalesmoor, S3 Acorn 52 Wicker S3 Acorn Bracken Hill, Chapeltown S35 Adam and Eve 17 Balaclava Road Adelaide Tavern 48 Mowbray Street, S3 Adelphi 13 Arundel Street/Sycamore Street, S1 Adelphi 15 Martin Street, S6 Admiral Rodney 592 Loxley Road, S6 African Prince Lambert Street S3 Albany Hotel 38-40 Gloucester Street, S10 Albany Hotel Fargate/Surrey Street S1 Al
  12. Remember this list is mainly up to 1951 Pub/Address/Open date (subject to modification)/Number of known keepers Brown Cow/Old Brown Cow 1 Radford Street 1820 30 Shakespeare 146 Gibralter Street 1820 30 Old Light Horseman 155 Penistone Road, Philadelphia 1822 29 Barrel Inn/Fagans (1985) 69 Broad Lane 1820 28 Blue Boar 26 West Bar 1774 28 Fox and Duck 174 Pye Bank 1822 27 Greyhound 185 Gibralter Street, S3 1796 27 Yew Tree Malin Bridge 1825 27 Ball Inn 84 Green Lane 1820 26 Beehive/B-Hive/Rockwells/Foundry & Firkin/Bar S1 240 West Street/Glossop Road 1825 26 Dog and Partridge 56 Trippe
  13. THE FAIRBANKS OF SHEFFIELD From early in the 18th century, there was no name better known in Sheffield than Fairbank; and although the family seems to have left the town nearly a hundred years ago, the name is yet known to Sheffield antiquaries, lawyers and surveyors, through what has for many years been called The Fairbank Collection, which consists of thousands of maps, plans, sections, elevations, surveys, field-books, letters, diaries, account-books, office-drafts and papers; left, at the death of William Fairbank Fairbank in 1848, for disposal by his executors. I
  14. This article first appeared in the Transactions of the Hunter Archaeological Society, and is reproduced by kind permission of the Society. Thanks are also due to Gramps for the transcription. Notes in [ ] are listed at the end. SHEFFIELD TURNPIKES IN THE 18th CENTURY. By A. W. GOODFELLOW, M.A. THE sudden growth of Sheffield at the end of the eighteenth century and the beginning of the nineteenth is partly a result and partly a contributory cause of increased and improved means of communication. How far, or in what proportions, this is true, cannot be stated with any precision, b
  15. 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
  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. RichardB

    Pocket Watch by Lomas Clapson

    http://youle.info/history/fh_material/attercliffe_p3.html THE STORY OF Old Attercliffe (pt 3) G.R. VINE B.Sc. WASHFORD ROAD. THE Washford area is full of interest although a hasty glance would not justify the statement. Three centuries ago, William Spencer, of Attercliffe Hall, who died in 1649, was a land-owner here, seemingly in the Faraday road vicinity, and also held " at will " from the lord of the manor some nineteen acres of the Forge Meadow north-east of his freehold. The Fairbank papers from 1757 onward indicate many land transactions in Washfordia, among them this very suggest
  18. 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:
  19. RichardB

    1857 Victuallers

    First attempt; more to come, main record NOT updated. Name, address, Open from at least, Keeper in 1857 Acorn 204 Shalesmoor, S3 1821 Thomas Shackleton Acorn 52 Wicker 1856 Thomas Simmomite Adelphi 13 Arundel Street/Sycamore Street, S1 1849 Henry Sampson Albert 31 Sutherland Street, S4 1855 William Smith Albion 694 Attercliffe Road 1819 Joseph Charlesworth Albion 4 Mitchell Street, S3 1835 John Allen Albion 35 Johnson Street 1839 Charles Taylor Albion 12 Sylvester Street 1851 Peter Holland (Sylvester Street) Albion Hotel 75 London Road, S2 1833 John Roberts Alma/Fat Cat 23 Alma Street 1856 A
  20. This article first appeared in the Transactions of the Hunter Archaeological Society, Vol 10, and is reproduced here by kind permission of the Society, and with the assistance of Gramps.(References in [] are listed at the end.) ROAD DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH YORKSHIRE AND NORTH DERBYSHIRE, 1700-1850 By G. G. HOPKINSON, M.A. [ This was the last of the articles which Mr. Hopkinson had left with me before his untimely death. Apart from checking the typing and a few references, I have left it as he wrote it.—Ed. ] THE PARISH ROADS 1700-60 In the early eighteenth
  21. Alsop Henry spring knife cutler Coalpit lane Allen Thomas snuffer maker Baily street Antt Joseph and son merchants Lambert street Ashforth Ellis, and Co. platers Bates Thomas, Samuel, and George filesmiths Bailey Joseph scissar maker West Bar Barber Frances fendersmith Spring street Barns Isaac penknife cutler Campo lane Barns Thomas penknife cutler Smithfield Bateman George spring knife cutler Smithfield Beely Thomas spring knife cutler Pond lane Beat John table knife cutler Norfolk street Betts Silvanus filesmith Lambert street Bishop George wood shife and edge tool maker Bi
  22. 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.
  23. ukelele lady

    Victuallers 1787 A to B

    These are some names of victuallers from the Sheffield Directory of 1787, unfortunately it doesn't state the pub name only the address. Maybe if some names and addresses are recognized we can put in the name of the pub if you see what I mean. Well here goes, I've only got up to M at the moment. John Almond Townhead Croft. Roger Almond Blind Lane George Alsop Ponds Widow Amory High Street
  24. Most people would know that The Moor used to be called South Street, and Cambridge Street used to be known as Coal pit Lane so what was Harvest Lanes original name ? and what did Black Lamb's Lane (a dangerous place to go at night ...) become known as ? So that's one new to old and one old to new. ------------------------------------------- If you remember any of these elsewhere please post a link.
  25. Picking this post by Gramps and dropping a copy here. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Original post The Sportsman was next door to Leah's Yard in 1850 and there were several other pubs on Coalpit lane, - the Union on the corner with Diivision street, the Yellow Lion, Wellington Tavern, Barley Corn Tavern, Red Lion, and the Chequers Inn. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Sportsman was next door to Leah's Yard in 1850; Sportsmans was standing/occupied in 18
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