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  1. ukelele lady

    Son Of ... Pub Updates

    1830 Publicans Tankard , 42 Broad Street. Charles Haslehurst Tankard , Little Pond Street.Thomas Kay. Theatre Tavern, 12 Arundel Street. Thomas Wiley. Three Cranes, Queen Street. Benjamin Smith. Three Stags Heads , 39 Pinstone Street.James Waterson. Three Tuns, Silver Street Head, William Banks Three Tuns. Orchard Street..Jonathan Higgingbottom. Three Tuns. 22 Bridge Street. Richard Whitlam Three Whitesmiths. 1 Bridge Street. Mary Darling. Travellers . Attercliffe. William Banks. Travellers . Broomhill. William Burgess. Travellers Wadsley Bridge. George Mills. Turf , Silver Street . John Caudwell. ?????? Turk's Head. Scotland Street.Eliza Priest. Twelve O'clock. Walk Mill. Hanna Greaves. Union. 69 Coal Pit Lane.William Axe. Union . 17 Fargate.Matthew Coxon. Union. 22 Scotland Street. Thomas Hunt. Union. Bridgehouses. Samuel Lockwood. Union. 32 Furnace Hill. Joseph Taylor. Union , Silver Street Head.James Wiglesworth. Vine, Hartshead. Walter Saxon. Posted to A to Z
  2. RichardB

    1837 Pubs

    P-R Pubs Pack Horse Inn 2 West Bar 1822 1902 80 T Platts Palace Inn Bakers Hill 1833 T Clifford Parrot Inn 9 Button Lane/9 Moor Head 1833 1908 75 W Flint (Foot of Coalpit Lane) Peacock 11 Hoyle Street 1825 M S Mawson Pheasant 10 Broad Street, Park 1797 1910 113 W Oldfield Prince of Wales 38 Sycamore Street 1821 1898 77 John Cadman Pump Tavern 79 South Street, Moor 1825 still open 183 G Saville or W Fielding Punch Bowl 140 South St Moor 1822 1938 116 G Saville or W Fielding Punch Bowl 35 Bridge Street 1822 Ann Smith Punch Bowl 50 Silver Street Head 1822 1903 81 T Lindley Punch Bowl 57 Wicker 1828 A Fellsten Q in the Corner 17 Paradise Square 1822 T Green Queen Adelaide 32 Bramall Lane/1 Hermitage Street 1833 John Hardwick Queen's Head 20 Sheaf Street 1825 Samuel Wolstenholme Queen's Head 4 Campo Lane 1796 Sarah Fordham Queen's Head Inn 14 Castle Street 1797 1921 124 W Travis Rawson's Arms 85 Tenter Street 1833 1896 63 Eli Hoyle (12 Tenter Street) Red Lion 109 Charles Street 1821 still open 187 Richard Baxter (17 Charles Street) Red Lion 145 Duke Street 1821 still open 187 Edward Lund Red Lion 15 Smithsfield 1825 John Booker Red Lion 35 Holly Street 1822 still open 186 J Perkinton Red Lion 39 Hartshead 1755 1903 148 T Archdale Red Lion 52 Coal Pit Lane 1796 Joseph Booth Red Place Tavern 91 Garden Street 1833 1910 77 J England (Solly Street) Rein Deer 39 South Street, Park 1830 1934 104 Joel Morton Reuben's Head/Rubins Head 43 Burgess Street 1822 1898 76 Richard Duckenfield Robin Hood 86 Duke Street, Park 1822 1950 128 Elizabeth Gould (74 Duke Street, Park) Rock Tavern 20 Dixon Lane 1796 1972 176 Thomas Kirk (4 Dixon Lane) Rockingham Arms 194 Rockingham Street 1825 Sarah Morton (66 Rockingham Street) Rodney Arms 33 Fargate 1821 1898 77 William Appleyard Roebuck 34 Porter Street 1837 Fras. Hulley Rose and Crown 12 Waingate 1765 1926 161 G Hartley Rose and Crown 21 Paternoster Row 1821 C Farnsworth Rose and Crown 9 Holly Street 1822 James Bramhall Rose Inn 41 Work House Lane 1787 1849 62 George Allender (Workhouse Croft) Rotherham House 27 Exchange Street 1797 M Cook Royal Hotel 106 Eyre Lane 1834 Timothy Ogle Royal Mail 131 West Street 1828 1893 65 Samuel Eyre Royal Oak 11 Hollis Croft 1822 still open 186 Peter Slack Royal Oak 16 Allen Street 1828 1930 102 J Cadman Royal Oak 83 Pond Street 1796 1930 134 George Stocks Rutland Arms 86 Brown Street 1833 still open 175 J Hunter
  3. 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.
  4. RichardB

    1837 Pubs

    U-Z Pubs Union 1 Division Street 1837 Joshua Lomas (Head of Barker's Pool) Union 12 Bridgehouses 1822 G Tattershall Union 14 Scotland Street 1797 John Lee (now called Crown 15 Grindle Gate) Union 18 Fargate 1825 1910 85 Matthew Coxon (now called Chequers) Union 38 Furnace Hill 1822 Joseph Taylor Union 61 Silver Street Head 1822 1903 81 Jeremiah Copley (6 Silver Street Head) Vine Tavern 4 Hartshead 1828 1893 65 W Watson Warm Hearth Stone 1 Town Head Street 1790 1896 106 Elizabeth Moore Washington 79 Fitzwilliam Street 1849 still open 159 W H Richmond Waterloo Tavern/Waterloo Turf Tavern 26 Watson's walk 1774 1906 132 P Ashley Well Run Dimple 58 Fargate 1793 1896 103 William Frost (63 Barker's Pool) Wellington Tavern 21 Coal Pit Lane (Cambridge St by 1871) 1822 E Shirt Wentworth Arms 262 Rockingham Street 1833 William Kirkby White Bear 10 High Street 1780 1900 120 John Roberts (21 High Street) White Hart Waingate 1828 C Hammond White Horse 275 Solly Street 1822 J Saville (31 Solly Street) White Horse 34 Copper Street 1822 C Greaves White Lion 2 Wicker 1828 G E Dawson White Lion 37 West Bar Green 1796 1903 107 Thomas Palfreyman (18 Westbar Green) White Lion (New) 12 Wicker 1837 Elizabeth Wasnidge White Swan 75 West Bar 1797 1903 106 J Outram (28 Westbar) William IV Russell Street 1834 Samuel Mounsey Windsor Castle 21 Silver Street 1833 1896 63 James Matthews Wine Vaults Silver Head Street 1837 J Youle Woodman 137 Edward Street 1824 Charles Eyre (Solly Street) Woodman 166 South St Moor 1822 J Stanelon (68 South Street) Yellow Lion 12 Haymarket 1787 1928 141 W Wright Yellow Lion Coal Pit Lane 1736 E Shaw Yorkshire Stingo 50 Division Street 1833 James Richmond
  5. 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. 1948. Richard Alexander Ship 31 Water Lane 1796. 1898. Samuel Rodgers Shrewsbury Hotel 109 South Street, Park (26 South Street Park) 1830. 1934. William Shaw Social Tavern 38 Bailey Street 1833. 1902. Emanuel Thompson Sovereign Inn 70 Rockingham Street 1834. Thomas Outram Sportsman 14 Bridgehouses - near Iron Bridge 1822. Joshua Jarvis Sportsman 20 Coal Pit Lane 1833. Still open John Hall Sportsman 33 Bridge Street 1825. 1898. T Scruton Sportsman's Inn 41 West Bar 1820. Thomas Cullingworth Sportsman's Inn Bridgehouses 1822. Joshua Jarvis Sportsman's Inn Pits moor 1828. Joseph Yeardley Spread Eagle 9 Fargate 1794. 1896. William Clifton St Philip's Tavern 228 St Philip's Road 1825. Richard Brinnen Stag 45 Carver Street 1820. 1898. John Haddon Stag 83 Pea Croft 1834. John Pearson (28 Pea Croft) Stag Malin Bridge 1828. 1864. Benjamin Hague Stag Inn/Old White Hart in 1854 14 Castle Green 1841. 1898. William Dove Stag's Head/Sharrow Head in 1854 Psalter Lane, Sharrow Head 1822. Still open Charlotte Marples Star 26 Haymarket 1780. William Rodgers (100 Fruitmarket) Star Inn 181 Gibralter Street 1820. John Jones Star Inn 8 White Croft 1820. Joseph Green Star/Old Star 38 Pea Croft 1820. William Stewart Station Inn 86 Wicker 1845. Still open Ann Chambers Sun Tavern 27 Haymarket 1790. 1955. Thomas Wiley Swan with Two Necks/Swan 28 Furnival Street 1820. John White
  6. 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 Square Yorkshire Cricketers 97 Pea Croft Yorkshire Grey 69 Charles Street Yorkshire Man/Yorkshireman's Arms 31 Burgess Street Yorkshireman 301 Sheffield Road, Templeborough Yorkshire Stingo 50 Division Street Young Street Tavern 162 Young Street
  7. RichardB

    1837 Pubs

    C-F Pubs Canning Tavern 2 Bower Street 1833 W Henry Scamadine Cannon Spirit Vaults 30 Castle Street 1774 still open 234 J Whaley (Spirit Vaults) Castle Inn 46 Snighill 1834 My Holland (28 Snig Hill) Castle Tavern 1 Broad Lane 1837 J Wheatley Chequers 19 Rough Bank, Park (Rough Lane, Park in 1834) 1834 Joseph Marples Chequers 4 Meadow Street 1822 William Smith (60 Meadow Street) Chequers 61 Wicker 1822 1900 78 William Packard Chequers 64 Coal Pit Lane 1821 Jane Alsop (43 Coalpit Lane) Cherry Tree 37 Gibralter Street 1822 Robert William Taylor Club Mill/Corn Mill Inn 20 Smithfield 1822 1930 108 R Holland Coach and Horses 37 Water Lane 1821 1898 77 Melling Moorhouse Cock 59 Hollis Croft 1780 1901 121 Elizabeth Gledhill (9 Hollis Croft) Cock Wicker (67 Wicker in 1834) 1825 William Barton Cock Inn 11 Paradise Square 1822 1900 78 Thomas McQuhae Commercial Inn 24 Haymarket c1800 William Taylor Compass Inn/Earl Grey's Compass 28 Orchard Street 1834 1910 76 Benjamin Hartley Cornish Inn 56 Cornish Street 1828 Mary Green Cossack 45 Howard Street 1821 still open 187 Ann Parkin Cricketer's Tavern Hyde Park 1837 William Henry Woolhouse Crown and Anchor 18 Stanley Street 1830 Henry Blackwell Crown and Cushion 21 Old Street, Park 1825 Edward Brownell Crown and Cushion 23 Broad Lane 1841 S Levick Crown and Cushion 6 Westbar Green 1834 James Henry Dearden Crown and Daggers Westbar Green 1834 John Walker (Cross and Cross Daggers) Crown Inn 13 Duke Street, Park 1822 1902 80 Ann Lawton Crown Inn 23 Blue Boy Street 1835 1938 103 James Hill Crown Inn/Old Crown 21 Pinstone Street 1796 1898 102 Joseph Outram Cup 4 Market Street 1821 1910 89 William Unwin (Old Cup) Cutler's Arms 7 New Church Street 1822 Joseph Green Cutler's Arms 86 Fargate 1822 1883 61 Timothy Millington Devonshire Arms 23 South Street, Moor 1825 1940 115 Edmund Carleton Devonshire Arms Division Street 1828 Richard Newsome Dog and Partridge 56 Trippet Lane 1797 still open 211 Thomas Barrett Dove and Rainbow 25 Hartshead 1782 still open 226 Richard Toole Elephant 2 Norfolk Street 1822 1968 146 Edmund Smith Exchange 40 Exchange Street 1833 1964 131 R White Falcon 15 Flat Street 1828 Richard Walters Falcon 65 Pea Croft 1822 William Ashforth Feathers 46 High St Lane, Park 1822 W Dunmore Fitzwilliam Hotel Broomhall Street 1837 E Boyce Fleur de Lys 7 Angel Street 1796 1940 144 Ann Slack Forester's Inn 57 Division Street 1834 still open 174 Jacob Bridge Fortunes of War 112 Scotland Street 1822 J Salt (6 Scotland Street) Fountain 4 Pinfold Street 1822 George Marriott
  8. There was indeed a wire mill at Ringinglow though. This is from a Clarion Ramblers' Handbook, 1950/51, and is an account told by Herbert Trotter of Ringinglow. The wire mill was built in 1844, and thee was a date mark on the chimney. The mill was on the right (East side) ar you turn NW along Fulwood Lane, and immediately behind the row of six stone-built cottages, built for the mill workers – two more between them and the Norfolk Arms. It is understood that the mill was started by Robert Cooke of Hathersage (in White’s Directory for 1837), and his son Robert, and came into the possession of a Mr. Broomhead of Hathersage after 1855, when the mill closed down for a time. It was last worked by a Mr George Winterbottom of Barnsley who as manager for Cooke, took it over and a Mr Fieldsend became his partner. Probably about 78 years ago (c. 1876?) there was a strike. The employers and apprentices were working, “but t’gaffers wouldn’t pay t’price and t’warehus got afire. Men thought it worn’t insured, but t’gaffers ‘ad insured it a month afoor, an’ cleared a thaasan’ quid aht o’ t’job” so it was said. (If you need a translation, - The employers and apprentices kept working, but the bosses wouldn’t pay what the men were asking, and as a result the warehouse ‘caught fire’. The men thought it wasn’t insured but the bosses had insured it a month before and made a thousand pounds as a result. ) The firm had obtained coal from Barber Fields drift workings, several hundred yards to the SE and with this or probably other earlier capital they found coal and sunk a 196ft shaft in the mill yard. “Joe” Trotter (Herbert’s uncle) and Sam Millward were colliers, and Hiram Trotter (Herbert’s father) was engineman and John Mills the banksman. Water troubles soon stopped the pit but Hiram Trotter’s great grandson (also Hiram Trotter) tells me that an attempt to drive an underground road to join up with the Barber Fields drift and seam and so increase production and make a two-way trade with lime and coal did not succeed. The shaft at the N end of the yard was ordered to be filled in by the authorities in 1901 after the late Alderman J. R. Wheatley bought the Ringinglow property. The chimney, a local landmark, gradually declined, and a little before 1912 was pulled down to a few feet above ground level, and none remains now. Many years ago, Herbert Trotter took down the lightning conductor an made tooastin forks for nearly ivvreybody i’ Fulwood”. A sough was built to drain the mine, which empties into the porter valley in the area called Hell Bank.
  9. 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 Arms Division Street Devonshire Arms High Street, Dore Devonshire Cat Ltd Devonshire Courtyard, 49 Wellington Street Dickens/Le Metro 35 Carver Street DNR 25-29 Arundel Gate Dog and Gun 102 Button Lane Dog and Gun 108 Carver Street Dog and Gun 122 Trafalgar Street Dog and Gun 18 Headford Street, S3 Dog and Gun Nethershire, Shiregreen Dog and Gun Stephen Hill Dog and Partridge 122 West Bar, S3 Druids Inn Attercliffe Dog and Partridge 56 Trippet Lane Dog and Partridge/Goodfellas Gentlemans' Club 575 Attercliffe Road Dog and Partridge 53 Coal Pit Lane, S1 Dolphin 34 Adsett Street Dolphin Edward Street Dolphin Hotel 37 Division Street Dolphin Inn New Grimesthorpe Domino Egerton Street Don House Infirmary Road Don Inn 67 Penistone Road Dore Junction Abbeydale Road North Dore Moor Inn Hathersage Road, Dore Douglas Inn 209-211 Douglas Road, S3 Dove and Rainbow 172 Portobello Street Dove and Rainbow 25 Hartshead Dragon Inn 135 Infirmary Road, S6 Dragon Inn 67 Penistone Road Druid Tavern 37 Bailey Street Duke Inn 7 Duke Street Duke of Clarence 15 Radford Row Duke of York 135 Main Road, Darnall Duke of York 35 Market Street, Eckington Dunlop Inn Dunlop Street, S9 Durham Ox 15 Cricket Inn Road Durham Ox 51 Exchange Street Dusty Miller 24 Nursery Street Dusty Miller 69 Carlisle Street
  10. Guest

    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 house, with low mullioned windows, immediately above the Coal Pit Lane Chapel, which had been long in the family of Mr. E. Linley, sheep-shear manufacturer. Around this hovered a tradition that it had once been a Cutlers' Hall, but this was probably based on no more substantial foundation than the circumstance that over its door~say a stone shield bore the initials "J. L. S.," with the cross daggers. And the occurrence of Cutlers' Company insignia on houses in Sheffield and the neighbourhoodÑ whether utilised from older buildings, or carved by Masters or private members of the Company in pride of office or as a sort of trade markÑis too frequent for any special stress to be laid on the fact. From “Schooldays” Chapter 11 – The Cutlers Hall and Feasts http://www.omnesamici.co.uk/MemoriestRELeaderChapter11.html Thank's Richard, this confirms what I thought had happened.
  11. 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 John Ashmore Park Widow Astin Bullflake George Barnsly Trueloves Gutter Sam Beard Furnice Hill James Beard Coal-pit Lane John Beardshaw Hollis Croft Francis Beardfall Hotel Inn top of Waingate Thomas Beatson Coalpit Lane John Beely Smithfield Jeremiah Beet Norlfolk Street Benjamin Bell Back Lane Widow Bell Copper Street John Bellamy Inn Keeper King Street John Bland Snig Hill George Bower Silver Street Widow Bright top of Silver Street Jonathan Broadhead Bullflake John Brookfield Church Lane John Broomhead Park William Bullhouse Park
  12. 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 Waterloo Tavern/Waterloo Turf Tavern 26 Watson's walk 1774. 1906. John Wood Waterman's Rest 1 Sussex Street 1871. George Pearson (Beerhouse) Wellington 1 Henry Street, Portmahon 1871. Still open William Platts Wellington 720 Brightside Lane 1871. still open John Rollett Wellington Inn 222 Main Road, Darnall Road 1822. Still open Mrs Mary Staniforth Wellington Inn (formerly Hero and His Horse) 58 Langsett Road 1845. Still open Mrs Lavinia Woodhouse Wellington Tavern/Duke of Wellington 21 Coal Pit Lane (Cambridge St by 1871) 1822. Amos Crossley (21 Cambridge Street) Wentworth Arms 262 Rockingham Street 1833. James Boothroyd West End Hotel 412 Glossop Road 1852. Still open William Holland West Street Hotel/Flares/Bull and Bush/West Street Live 128 West Street 1852. still open Edward Marrison Wharncliffe Arms Burncross, Chapeltown 1881. Still open William Wragg Wharncliffe Arms Wharncliffe side, Oughtibridge 1881. Still open Aaron Micklethwaite Wharncliffe Arms/William McReady/Manchester 42 West Street 1787. Edward Morgan Wheatsheaf 11 Bridge Street 1849. Charles Sissons Wheatsheaf 149 Harvest Lane 1854. William Richardson Wheatsheaf Park Head, Ecclesall 1825. Philip George Vardy Whirlow Bridge Ecclesall Road, Parkhead 1881. George Rothwell White Bear 10 High Street 1780. 1900. Joseph Cooper White Bear Stocks Hill, Ecclesfield 1879. Edmund Hemmingfield White Hart 32 Church Street, Eckington 1825. Charles Merryman White Hart Church Street, Attercliffe 1834. Mrs Charlotte Bower White Hart Greenhill, Norton 1825. Still open Samuel Bright White Hart High Green, Chapeltown 1861. William Thompson White Hart Langsett Road North, Oughtibridge 1825. Still open Mrs Jane Mellor White Hart/Kelham Island Tavern 62 Russell Street 1845. Still open John Blenkiron White Hart/Old White Hart Waingate 1825. Robert M Scott White Horse 275 Solly Street 1820. George Smith White Horse Market Place, Chapeltown 1825. Edwin Pepper White Horse/Old White Horse 34 Copper Street 1820. Ellis Stott White Lion 110 Barker's Pool 1774. 1920. Ambrose Housley White Lion 37 West Bar Green/37 Tenter Street/37 New Queen Street 1796. 1903. James Hartshorn (138 & 140 Queen Street) White Lion 615 London Road, Lower Heeley, S2 1822. Still open Edward Drake (69 London Road South, Heeley) White Swan 57 Greenhill Main Road, S8 1825. Still open George Hall White Swan Hotel 105 Meadow Hall Road, S9 1879. John Biltcliff Willow Tree 147 Portobello Street 1871. Mrs Ann Pickford Windsor Castle 70 Tenter Street 1834. John Parkin (Old Windsor Castle) Wisewood Inn 539 Loxley Road, Loxley 1881. Still open Joseph Steels Woodman 137 Edward Street 1824. William Greggs Clough Woodman 166 South St Moor 1820. John Greaves Woodman Inn 87 Carlisle Street East 1834. 1935. Joseph Fox (Beerhouse) Woodthorpe Arms 102 Mansfield Road, Intake 1879. Demolished 2007 Jno. Cook Wybourn Tavern Cricket Inn Road, Park 1854. Still open Jno. Hallam Yellow Lion 12 Haymarket 1787. 1928. James Berry Yew Tree Malin Bridge 1825. Still open Thomas Shaw York Hotel 247 Fulwood Road 1871. Thomas Hawley Yorkshire Man/Yorkshireman's Arms/Lion's Lair 31 Burgess Street 1796. Still open Charles William Nichol Yorkshire Stingo 50 Division Street 1833. Wilson Priest
  13. 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 1851. 1926. Mrs Elizabeth Bradshaw Albion 35 Johnson Street 1839. 1925. Charles Taylor Albion 4 Mitchell Street, S3 1835. 1990's Mrs Caroline Braithwaite Albion High Street, Attercliffe (694 Attercliffe Road) 1819. Charles H Johnson Albion Hotel 75 London Road, S2 1833. Still open Henry Roberts Alexandra 111 Eldon Street/14 Milton Street 1833. 1956. John Lewis (121 Eldon Street and 14 Milton Street) Alexandra 549 Carlisle Street East 1865. 1974. Mrs Bella Hodgson Alexandra Hotel 37 Furnival Road, S3, 11-13 Furnival Road 1871. George Ward Alhambra Palace Vaults/Phoenix 1-17 Union Street 1871. Samuel Sweeney (Royal Alhambra) Alma/Fat Cat 23 Alma Street 1856. Still open Walter Allsop Angel 14 Button Lane or 18-22 Button Lane 105 South Street, Moor 1821. 1956. William John Church Angel 15 Angel Street 1657. 1940. Tom Harry Thompson Angel 59 Sheffield Road, Woodhouse 1865. Still open Mrs Elizabeth Staniforth Angel 87 Westbar Green 1820. John T Smith (100 West Bar & 3 Corporation Street) Angel Inn 151 Main Street, Grenoside 1865. Still open John Oldfield Anvil 106 Stannington Road, Malin Bridge 1825. Still open John Turner Anvil 152 South Street, Moor 1820. Duncan Gilmour & Co (164 South Street, Moor) Anvil 24 Waingate 1822. 1926. William Beaver Arundel Arms 1 The Common, Ecclesfield 1881. John Mycock Arundel Castle 257 Arundel Street; 225 Arundel Street 1833. 1926. Mrs Elizabeth Smith Atlas 274 Savile Street 1860. 1925. William Nowlan
  14. ukelele lady

    Pub Updates

    The Red Lion Lower Heeley 1829 , 34, 41, John White The Red Lion 653 London Road. Me thinks this is the continuation of the same pub [same keepers ] 1859 ,64, 65, John Smith 1868 Charles Coggan 1876, 79, 83, Mrs Emily Coggan 1887,88, 89, 93, 95, 96, Hawley Bowler 1898 , 1902, William Shaw 1903, 07, Henry Harwood 1910, 12, 13, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, Leonard E Thompson The Red Lion 52 Coal Pit Lane / 52 Cambridge Street 1829 Daniel Kite 1839 George Edley 1849 W Perkinton 1859, 63, Joseph Martin 1864 Hannah Martin 1865 W Westram 1868 Job Lane 1871 Henry Hollingsworth 1876 John Hird 1879 Robert C Marsden 1883 , 87, 88, Charles Robert Marsden 1889 George Marsden 1890 Robert Marsden 1893 , 95, 96, 98, Walter Shaw 1902, 03, 07, William Johnson 1910, 12, 13, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, Edward John Wilkinson The Red Lion 32 Union Street 1864, 65, 71, 76 Hannah Martin widow Posted to A to Z
  15. dunsbyowl1867

    Godfrey Maps of Sheffield 1901 - 1905

    Sheffield_Winco_Sheet_289.13.doc Sheffield Wincobank & Meadowhall Sheet 288.16 Bank House, Meadowhall Road Bridge Inn PH, Brightside Lane Brightside Brick and Tile Works Brightside Bridge Brightside Railway Station Brightside Coal Pit (Old Shafts) Brightside Recreation Ground Brightside Schools Brightside Summer House, Jenkin Road Carbrook Scool William Cooke’s Tinsley Works Commercial Hotel PH, Attercliffe Common Congregational Chapel, Weedon Street Crown Inn PH, Meadowhall Road Dearne Street Methodist Chapel East Hecla Works (Hadfield’s Steel Foundry Co. Ltd) Fox and Grapes PH, Meadowhall Road The Grange, Wincobank Lane Grimesthorpe Gas Works Grimesthorpe Quarry Halfway Houses Imperial Steel Works (Edgar Allen & Co. Ltd) Jenkin Road Methodist Chapel & Sunday School Jenkin Road Recreation Ground William Jessop & Sons Meadowhall Iron Works (John Crowley & Co. Ltd) Plumpers PH Reservoir, Wincobank Wood Railway PH, Burslem Street Rising Sun PH, Jenkin Road River Don Roman Ridge Sewage Works Sheffield Electric Tramway Department (Tram Shed) Sheffield & South Yorkshire Navigation St. Thomas’s Church, Newman Road Stone House, Shiregreen Lane Tinsley Locks (SSYN) Tinsley Pumping Engine Tinsley Railway Station Tinsley Road Railway Station Tinsley Road Railway Station Un-denominational Chapel -Sunday School & Mission Room White Swan PH Wincobank Congregational Chapel, Malthouse Lane Wincobank Farm, Newman Road Wincobank Hall Wincobank Hill Camp Wincobank House Wincobank Lane Weslyan Chapel & Sunday School National School, Newman Road Wincobank & Meadowhall Railway Station Wincobank Wood Yorkshire Engine Co. Limited
  16. Barleycorn 38 Coal Pit Lane Open 1795 or earlier, Closed 1988 Span 193 Comments 1828 Edward Middleton (53 Coalpit Lane) 1830 Edward Middleton 1833 Edward Middleton 1834 Edward Middleton 1837 Edward Middleton (52 Coalpit Lane) 1839 Samual Wilson 1841 Samuel Wilson 1845 Samuel Wilson (36 Coalpit Lane) 1846 Samuel Wilson 1849 Samuel Wilson (86 Coalpit Lane) 1851 Samuel Wilson 1852 Samuel Wilson 1854 Thomas Malkin 1856 T Malkin 1859 Thomas Sayles 1862 John Davidson (36 Coalpit Lane) 1864 Sam Sanderson 1865 George Topham 1868 George Topham 1871 William Henry Hinchliffe 1876 David Sellars 1879 Joseph Candow 1881 J Candow 1883 Joseph Candow 1887 Joseph Candow 1888 Joseph Bedworth 1889 Joseph Bedworth 1890 Hebert Frost 1893 George Smith 1895/6 George Smith [ 38 Cambridge Street ] 1898 George Smith 1900 George Smith 1901 George Smith 1902 George Smith 1903 George Smith 1905 George Smith (38 Cambridge Street) 1907 Joseph William Riley 1910 Joseph william Riley 1911 Joseph William Riley (38 Cambridge Street) 1912 Joseph William Riley 1913 Joseph William Riley 1916 John Hinchcliffe 1917 Ambrose Dayton 1919/20 Ambrose Dayton 1921 Ambrose Dayton 1922 Ambrose Dayton 1923 Thomas Augustus Platts 1924 Thomas Augustus Platts 1925 Thomas Augustus Platts 1929 Charles William Sutcliffe 1931 Charles William Sutcliffe 1932 John Steeples Cowley 1933 John Steeples Cowley 1936 Henry Barber 1937 Henry Barber 1938 Henry Barber 1939 Henry Barber 1942 Henry Barber 1944 Henry Barber 1948 William Clark 1951 Verity Wingfield Picture Sheffield Image: 1901 Picture Sheffield Image: 1960
  17. 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. Saddle 96 West Street 1825 1992 167 Thomas Stead 20 Salutation 85 Upper St Philip's Road 1881 1965 84 Henry Bacon 12 Sawmaker's Arms 1 Neepsend Lane 1834 1966 132 Samuel Alvey 12 Scarborough Arms 34 Addy Street 1841 Still open 167 William Tarlington 8 Scarborough Arms 79 Fargate 1797 1890 93 William Appleyard 7 Seven Stars Trippet Lane 1787 Charles Pearson 15 Shades/Shades Vaults 20 Watson's Walk 1797 1940 143 Thomas Allcroft 15 Shakespeare 146 Gibralter Street 1821 still open 187 Isaac Rubbins 16 Shakespeare 16 Sycamore Street 1822 1965 143 William Greaseley 16 Shakespeare 196 Bradfield Road, Owlerton 1854 Still open 154 Edward Hoycard 9 Shakespeare Oak Street, Heeley 1871 William Webster (Middle Heeley) 3 Sheaf Inn 11 Effingham Road 1849 Thomas Pattinson (2 Effingham Street) 4 Sheffield Arms 42 Meadow Street 1818 1948 130 S Pinchon 13 Ship 31 Water Lane 1796 1898 102 W Shaw 10 Ship Inn 284 Shalesmoor 1833 still open 175 William Ibbotson 9 Shrewsbury Hotel 109 South Street, Park 1830 1934 104 Gervaise Tinley 12 Smithfield Hotel 29 Furnival Road 1871 T Smith 2 South Sea Hotel Broomhill 1854 William Frederick Ratcliff 8 South Street Hotel 71 South Street, Moor 1854 George Bullass 9 Sovereign Inn 118 Portobello Street 1871 G Thompson 3 Sportsman 125 Thomas Street 1825 1963 138 Louisa Thorpe 11 Sportsman 14 Bridgehouses 1822 Joshua Jarvis 10 Sportsman 20 Coal Pit Lane 1833 still open 175 John Wilson (Coalpit Lane) 13 Sportsman Group/Grove 851 Penistone Road 1833 1989 156 John Hollins 9 Sportsman's Inn 155 Marcus Street 1871 William Staniforth 8 Sportsman's Inn Pits moor 1828 Daniel Hodkin 6 Sportsman's Inn Walkley 1829 Samuel Hawson 3 Spread Eagle 9 Fargate 1794 1896 102 William Cresswell 5 Springwood Inn Hampden View 1862 James Morton 1 St Philip's Tavern 228 St Philip's Road 1825 Joseph Barker 10 Stafford Arms 30 Stafford Street 1854 William Morton 9 Stag 45 Carver Street 1822 1898 76 William Elley 10 Stag 83 Pea Croft 1834 William Moverley (26 Pea Croft) 6 Stag's Head/Sharrow Head in 1854 Sharrow Head 1822 W Harwood 13 Star 26 Haymarket 1780 Samuel Hetherington (100 Old Haymarket) 5 Star 38 Pea Croft 1822 J Strafford (83 Pea Croft) 10 Star Hotel 35 High Street 1797 1900 103 Charles Davy (High Court, High Street) 3 Star Inn 181 Gibralter Street 1822 Thomas Hudson 13 Star Inn 8 White Croft 1822 John Handley 8 Station Inn 86 Wicker 1849 still open 159 George Vaughan 13 Station Inn Brightside 1871 John Johnson 3 Steer's Hotel Haymarket James Steer (20 Old Haymarket and 2 Dixon Lane) 1 Strong Arm 1 West Bar 1796 Henry Bathe and Co 4 Sun 78 South Street, Park 1854 1959 105 Frederick Hoyland 9 Surrey Arms 176 Granvile Street 1854 David Woodhouse 2 Swan with Two Necks 28 Furnival Street 1821 G Marsden 16
  18. RichardB

    1901 Trade Directory

    "C" Pubs 1901 Trade Directory, Known Keepers ONLY Cambridge Arms 1 Coal Pit Lane 1736 Frederick Turner Cannon Spirit Vaults 30 Castle Street 1774 still open 234 Henry Beaumont (Castle Wine Vaults) Carbrook Hall 537 Attercliffe Common 1861 still open 147 Charles Harris Carlisle Street Hotel 5 Carlisle Street East 1864 still open 144 Albert Swain Carlton High Street 1901 James McConville Carwood 8 Carlisle Street East 1864 1986 122 William Wheatley Castle Inn 46 Snighill 1834 James Halliday Chandos 217 Rockingham Street 1825 James Vernon Chequers 19 Rough Bank, Park (Rough Lane, Park in 1834) 1834 Mrs Eliza Bell Chequers 4 Meadow Street 1822 William Hibberson Cherry Tree 37 Gibralter Street 1822 Arthur T Wilson Chester Castle 62 Eldon Street 1849 1925 76 Joseph Jeffery Clifton (formerly Army Stores) 281 Penistone Road 1845 Robert Dickinson Club Mill/Corn Mill Inn 20 Smithfield 1822 1930 108 Henry Short Coach and Horses 756 Attercliffe Road 1901 Walter Hartley Coach and Horses Rotherham Road, Eckington 1901 John Haughton Coach and Horses Station Road, Chapeltown 1901 William Platts Coach and Horses Stocksbridge 1901 Samuel Joseph Moorhouse Cobden Hotel 40 Cobden View Road 1871 William Buttery Cock 59 Hollis Croft 1780 1901 121 James Callery Cock Oughtibridge 1901 Charles Scholey Commercial 4-6 Bank Street 1901 William Johnson Corner Pin 14 Wicker 1815 1917 102 Alfred Taylor (84 Blonk Street and 14 Wicker) Cornish Inn 56 Cornish Street 1828 Charles Marshall Corporation Hotel 37 Corporation Street 1871 John H Freeman Cossack 45 Howard Street 1821 still open 187 Mrs Louisa Johnson Cottage/ The Old Cottage Hill Street, Walkley 1828 Thomas Leadbeater Crabtree 121 Scotland Street 1833 1902 69 William Walker Cremorne 155 London Road 1833 Still open 175 Frederick Oliver Cricket Ball Inn 2 Savile Street East 1860 1918 58 George Morton Cricket Inn 20 Cricket Inn Road 1822 1993 171 Miss Annie Wainwright Cricket Inn Totley 1901 Harry Revill Cricketer's Arms 106 Bramall Lane 1871 Still open 137 Joseph Giles Gordon Cromwell View 80 Spital Street 1911 1925 14 George Clark Cross Daggers 52 West Bar Green 1797 1926 129 Alfred Elliott Cross Daggers Cross Daggers Yard, High Street 1822 1968 146 Frederick William Hunt Cross Daggers Woodhouse 1901 Mrs Emma Staniforth Cross Guns (Great Gun) 122 Sharrow Lane 1901 Charles Brodie Cross Keys Handsworth Woodhouse 1828 William Henshaw Cross Scythes 147 Derbyshire Lane, Meersbrook 1901 Mrs H Webster Crossfield Thorncliffe, Chapeltown 1901 William H Lewis Crown 116 Neepsend Lane 1893 1992 99 Mrs Louisa Sampson Crown 2 Albert Road 1901 Mrs Eliza Leonard Crown 21 Meadow Hall Road 1901 James Levers Crown 24 Holly Street 1796 1810 14 Mrs Sarah Ann Marshall Crown 35 Scotland Street 1797 still open 211 John Chandler Crown Totley 1901 John Herbert Ellis Crown and Anchor 18 Stanley Street 1830 John Pearson Crown and Anchor 218 Fitzwilliam Street 1901 John W Mottershaw Crown and Cushion 21 Old Street, Park 1825 George Buxton Crown and Cushion Burn Cross, Chapeltown 1901 William Charles Taylor Crown and Cushion Wicker 1774 Thomas Simpson Crown and Glove Stannington 1901 Belgrave Goodison Crown Inn 13 Duke Street, Park 1822 1902 80 William Marsden Crown Inn 23 Blue Boy Street 1835 1938 103 Peter Fitzsimons Crown Inn 43 Summerfield Street 1871 Jn Hewitt Crown Inn High Green 1901 William Bristowe Cumberland Head Beighton 1901 Mrs Emma Bower Cutler's Arms 74 Worksop Road 1841 still open 167 William Naylor
  19. RichardB

    1837 Pubs

    S-T Pubs Saddle 96 West Street 1825 1992 167 Benjamin Armitage Seven Stars Trippet Lane 1787 T Beet (74 Trippet Lane) Shades 20 Watson's Walk 1797 1940 143 Samuel Turner Shakespeare 146 Gibralter Street 1821 still open 187 T Ashby Shakespeare 16 Sycamore Street 1822 1965 143 William Hakes (Shakespeare and Crown) Sheaf Tavern Cattle Market 1837 John Thorpe Sheffield Arms 42 Meadow Street 1818 1948 130 Richard Alexander Ship 31 Water Lane 1796 1898 102 Mary Faris Shrewsbury Hotel 109 South Street, Park 1830 1934 104 Thomas Smith Sir John Falstaff 48 Wicker 1822 1910 88 William Baggaley (57 Wicker) Smithy Door Tavern 26 Hawley Croft 1833 1893 60 Joseph Burton Social Tavern 38 Bailey Street 1833 1902 69 Joseph Hewitt (19 Bailey Street) Sovereign Inn 70 Rockingham Street 1834 Thomas Outram Sportsman 20 Coal Pit Lane 1833 still open 175 S Newbould Sportsman 33 Bridge Street 1825 1898 73 Joseph Stones (5 Bridge Street) Sportsman W Norman 1837 97 Pea Croft Sportsman's Inn 41 West Bar 1828 James Hartop Strickland Sportsman's Inn Bridgehouses 1828 Ebenezer Skinner Sportsman's Inn Pits moor 1828 Joseph Yeardley Spread Eagle 9 Fargate 1794 1896 102 William Clifton (5 Fargate) St George's Tavern 35 Broad Lane 1825 1921 96 George Gillatt St Philip's Tavern 228 St Philip's Road 1825 Ann Dale Stag 45 Carver Street 1822 1898 76 John Bronell Stag 83 Pea Croft 1834 Thomas Godley (90 Pea Croft) Stag's Head/Sharrow Head in 1854 Sharrow Head 1822 R Marples Star 26 Haymarket 1780 William Rodgers Star 38 Pea Croft 1822 J Waddington (Old Star) Star Inn 181 Gibralter Street 1822 G Smith (Old Star, 26 Gibralter Street) Star Inn 8 White Croft 1822 Edwin Hutton Sun Tavern 27 Haymarket 1790 1955 165 T Wiley Swan Hotel 2 Snig Hill 1797 Samuel Crich Swan with Two Necks 28 Furnival Street 1821 John Wallace Tankard Little Pond Street 1828 William Dove Tankard and Punchbowl 94 Broad Street 1822 1910 88 William Smith (42 Broad Street) Theatre Tavern 37 Arundel Street 1774 David Harwood (12 Arundel Street) Three Cranes 46 Queen Street 1822 still open 186 J Skinner Three Horseshoes Jehu Lane 1856 1940 84 Joseph Marples (9 Commercial Street) Three Pigeons 117 Carver Street 1825 Elias Hollinsworth Three Stags Heads 24 Pinstone Street 1822 1898 76 James Waterson (39 Pinstone Street) Three Tuns 128 Bridge Street 1821 Thomas Haimes Three Tuns 39 Silver Street Head 1822 still open 186 S Bishop Three Whitesmiths 1 Bridge Street 1821 1898 77 Mary Darling Travellers Snig Hill 1780 C Moorhouse Traveller's Inn Broomhill 1834 John Warburton Traveller's Rest 135 South Street, Moor 1849 William Hunter Turk's Head 108 Scotland Street 1834 J Hanby Twelve O'Clock Saville Street 1834 Joseph Ellis
  20. RichardB

    1871 Pubs "A" and, er, onwards

    "O" Pubs Number at the end is score out of 17, low is not well represented 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 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 38 Pitt Street 1849 2 Odd Fellow's Arms 202 Duke Street, Park 1856 Frederick Rotherham 3 Odd Fellow's Rest 94 Button Lane 1830 1908 78 Jarvis Lovett (Beerhouse) 1 Odd Fellow's Rest 53 West Street 1835 1893 58 Verdon Warren (Beerhouse) 1 Old Albion 103 Hill Street 1 Old Albion (Guard's Rest) 38 Fowler Street 0 Old Ball 8 Grindlegate 1822 2 Old Ball Green Lane 1828 1 Old Bird in Hand 28 Spring Street 1796 Thomas McGowan (Beerhouse) 1 Old Blue Ball Bradfield Road 1854 Still open Spurley Burkinshaw 7 Old Blue Bell 31 High Street 1710 still open William Newbould 3 Old Bradley Well Darnall 1828 Charles Green 2 Old Brewery Tap Broad Street 1871 Mrs Sarah Thompson (Beerhouse) Old Cherry Tree 186 Gibralter Street 1822 Woollen & Co 2 Old Cricket Ground Inn Darnall 1871 Mrs Hannah Youle Old Cricket Players 69 Coal Pit Lane 1822 2 Old Crown 8 or 15 Duke Street, Park 1852 1903 51 Robert Marsden 4 Old Crown 710 Penistone Road 1871 Still open James Goodwin 2 Old Crown Inn 137 London Road 1822 Still open Thomas Earnshaw (Beerhouse) 5 Old English Gentleman 34 Shude Hill 1796 1917 121 William Rowson 4 Old Feather's Inn 46 Bard Street, Park 1893 1 Old Fellow's Arms 38 Pitt Street 0 Old Five Alls 168 Infirmary Road 1833 John Marshall 7 Old Golden Ball 3 Lambert Street 1822 1 Old Green Dragon 469 Attercliffe Road 1774 1950 176 Mrs J Warsop 5 Old Grindstone Crooks 1822 2 Old Haigh Tree 192 Bernard Street, Park 1854 William Castleton (Beerhouse) 2 Old Half Moon Inn 64 Allen Street 1845 1910 65 James Foster 1 Old Harrow 80 Broad Street, Park 1822 John Walton 5 Old Harrow 34 Harvest Lane 1822 1959 137 George Sedgwick 6 Old Heavygate Wharncliffe Road 1871 William Osborn Old House at Home 34 Radford Street 1796 Jonathan Berry 1 Old House at Home 33 Water Lane 1797 1898 101 0 Old House at Home 42 Bailey Lane 1830 1922 92 William Turner 1 Old Hussar 67 Scotland Street 1816 1927 111 11 Old King John 35 Attercliffe Road 1860 1926 66 George Burley (Beerhouse) 1 Old Light Horseman 155 Penistone Road 1822 1991 169 Hugh Hill 13 Old Lincoln Castle 24 Brocco Street 1841 Walter Darley 7 Old London Mart Market Street 1892 1940 48 0 Old Market Inn Snig Hill 1797 1898 101 0 Old Mill Dam 29 Britain Street 1841 1941 100 0 Old Mill Tavern 4 New George Street/Boston Street 1833 1900 67 Charles Deakin (Beerhouse) 1 Old Number Twelve Old Haymarkey 1871 Wiley & Co Old Oak Tree 13 Silver Street 1871 1903 32 Mrs Ann Simmons (Beerhouse) 1 Old Original Grindstone 24 Crookes 1871 Samuel Warburton 2 Old Park Gate 41 Bard Street 0 Old Queens Head Pond Hill 1851 still open 1 Old Raven 61 West Street 1854 1903 49 1 Old Red House 35 Fargate 1780 1917 137 William John Church 2 Old Stair 16 Lambert Street 1822 1 Old Star 6 Market Place 0 Old Star Gibralter Street 0 Old Star Inn Possibly 6 Haymarket 0 Old Tankard 17 West Bar Green 1871 Thomas Turner 2 Old Turk's Head 108 Scotland Street 1822 1902 80 Sidney Wagstaff 4 Old White Hart 7 Waingate 1756 1898 142 1 Old White Lion 3 Wicker 1822 Robert Unwin 5 Old White Swan Brightside Bierlow 1854 George Ward 2 Omnibus 766 Attercliffe Road 1 Orange Branch 28 Hollis Croft 1821 John Emery (Beerhouse) 11 Orange Tree Tavern 7 Orange Street 1871 George Gouldthorp (Beerhouse) 1 Original Grindstone Crookes 1871 William Loxley 1 Original John Bull 6 Division Street 0 Ostrich Inn 39 Mitchell Street 1871 Thomas Phillips 1 Owl Norfolk Street 1780 1901 121 0 Owl 51 Penistone Road 1 Oxford Blue 15 Burgess Street 1822 1898 76 2 Oxford Hotel 83 South Street, Park 1871 1930 59 John May 1 Oxford House 131 Moore Street 1
  21. 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 Posted to A to Z I don't know where to put this one because I don't know where it is. 1774 , Joshua Ryals White Lion , Brentsworth Orchard.
  22. vox

    Building On Cambridge St

    This by email from Ron Clayton. Andy, I've come across this stone before and been wary of flagging it up in case it 'walks'. Daft I know but it ought to go somewhere safe before Sevenstone starts up.Coal Pit Lane[Cambridge St]had a house in the C17th with the crossed daggers [Cutlers Company] and a door lintel with the initials LJS. There is a drawing by W. Topham [1877 showing a Cutlers House with a different sort of stone above the doorway - its not a million miles away from the location of the one in question. I think someone has said that it could indicate the owner had been master cutler. Regards Ron
  23. duckweed

    Lees House, Norton Lees

    No photo but this is the estate agent details. September 1916 Sale including a Freehold Property Property of William Cockayne Esquire Deceased Sold by Auction Messrs Nicholson Barber and Hastings. Sheffield Estate Auction Mart 2 High Street Sheffield Lucas and Lucas Solicitors, Church Street Chambers Sheffield Lot 2 Lees House, Norton Lees Substantially built and well arranged Freehold Family Residence with Extensive grounds, Tennis Lawn and Carriage Drive, together with the Stabling and Loose Boxes, Coach and Motor Houses, Harness Room (with harness cupboard and sliding glass doors) Fowl Pens, Manure Pit, Coal and Coke places, Wash House, Greenhouses, Stoves, Vineries, Peach Houses, Garden Frames, Potting Shed, revolving Summer House, and all the usual outbuildings. The House contains on the Ground floor; Entrance Poorch, Spacious Tiled Entrance Hall, Front and Back staircases, Drawing Room with Large Bay and Side Windows (26ft 6in x20ft 6in) Dining Room (21ft x14ft 6in) Breakfast Room with Passenger lift, Smoke Room, large kitchen (with Longden Cooking Range), Pantries WC., with provision meat, and wine cellars in the Basement. On first floor; Full-sized Billiard Room with staging, 5 Principal Bed Rooms, Bath Room with double Lavatory and separate WC On the second floor: Large Nursery with 4 Maids' Bedrooms The Site contains 1a. 2r. 1p. or thereabouts, and has extensive frontages to Norton Lees Road and Norton Lees Lane forming a valuable Building site.
  24. ukelele lady

    Pub Updates

    The Victoria Hotel 146 Carlisle Road, New Grimesthorpe 1871 Charles brown 1876 George Hinchcliffe 1887, 88, 89, 90, 93, 95, 96, 98, George Smith 1903, 17, Herbert Smith The Wellington Tavern , Coal Pit Lane / Cambridge Street 1825 Elias Short , Castle Folds .--------Could this be interpreted as the one below 1829, 39, 59, Elias Shirt 1863, 64, John Martin 1868 Sarah Taylor 1876, 79, 83, 88, 89, 90, 95, 96, Amos Crossley 1887 , Loisa Peace 1898, 90 Samuel Horne 1902, 03, Sam Home 1905, Fred Storey.
  25. ukelele lady

    Pub Updates

    The Union 12 Bridgehouses 1829 Samuel Lockwood 1833 William Bacon 1841 John Stenton 1856 G Baxter 1859, 63, 64, 65, 68, 76, Daniel Hinchliffe 1879 Joseph Hargreaves 1883 Frederick Langley The Union 2 Coal Pit Lane & 1 Division Street 1829 William Axe 1839 , 41, Ann Lomas 1849 Mat Osbourne 1856, 59, E McQuhae 1862 Arthur Scott 1863 Edward Goodall 1864 , G Back 1865 J Bradley 1868 Job Bradley 1871 William Roper POsted to A to Z
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