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RichardB

All new Pub/Beerhouse/Victualler updates here please.

Ever the optimist

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syrup

A FEW interesting facts to muse over.

COMMITTEE ON THE BEER BILL .1833.

The Sheffield Independent, and Yorkshire and Derbyshire Advertiser (Sheffield, England), Saturday, August 03, 1833;

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RichardB

Thank you and Welcome to, er, the new Updates home.

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syrup

Thank you and Welcome to, er, the new Updates home.

Here's some interesting figures for you..

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Wednesday, December 11, 1878;

CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEMPERANCE SOCIETY.

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RichardB

A grand start to the new home, Thank you Syrup something for me to ponder for sure and a reminder we need more work to get beerhouses and pubs combined. I'm currently working on ... something.

Here's some interesting figures for you..

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Wednesday, December 11, 1878;

CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEMPERANCE SOCIETY.

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RichardS

Omnibus attercliffe 1911, pushes it back a bit:

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RichardS

Pheasant 170 Worksop rd, 1911:

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RichardS

Crescent Hotel? 48 Green Lane, 1911:

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madannie77

Crescent Hotel? 48 Green Lane, 1911:

(Having fixed the Picture Sheffield link last week the rhyming names stuck in my mind :blink::wacko:).

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RichardS

What finer things can be done on a Friday evening than trawling through the 1911 census..... :)

Different keeper for Cornish Inn or a mystery seeing as though the crossed out name sort of fits the one on here?

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RichardS

Bedford Tavern 1911:

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RichardS

Potmakers Arms, 1911:

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RichardS

General Gordon Inn, 1911:

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RichardS

Sawmaker's Arms Burnt Tree Lane:

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Sportsman 140 Arundel st:

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RichardS

Union Tavern, Union Lane:

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RichardS

Clock Inn, Porter Street:

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RichardS

Red Lion Inn, 103 Eyre Street:

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RichardS

Morning Star, 76 Matilda St:

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Duke Inn, 11 Matilda St:

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RichardB

Great work Blokie !

What finer things can be done on a Friday evening than trawling through the 1911 census..... :)

Different keeper for Cornish Inn or a mystery seeing as though the crossed out name sort of fits the one on here?

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RichardS

Bath, Victoria Street:

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Leavygreave Hotel:

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Paradise Vaults, 20 Paradise st:

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ukelele lady

(Having fixed the Picture Sheffield link last week the rhyming names stuck in my mind :blink::wacko:).

I had it as Crescent at Green Lane. I posted it months ago under a newbie but ditched it off my

own data thinking it was a translation error. I can't remember which year I had , I'll have to look back on the posts.

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