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1879 Moulders Arms . 43 Green Lane . William Frost

1879 Eagle & Child. 28 Smithfield. Francis Osbourne.

1889 The Queens. 37 Dun Street, John Cole

1889 The Bulls Head. 18 Dun Lane. Mrs Sarah Furniss

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1901 Widows Hut . 21 Meadow Street. beerhouse. Mrs Sarah Ann Dickenson.

1901 Three Legs. 30 Union Lane. beerhouse. Mrs Ann Slater.

1901The Roebuck . 72 Charles Street. Joseph Watson.

1901 Cardigan Tavern. Ball Street. Spencer & Elizabeth Thirhill. With sister-in-law Kate Mooney staying.

1868 Union Hotel . 1 Union Street. W.H.Jeffcock Spirit Merchant.

1868 The Alhambra Music Hall. 15 Union Street. [ no named keeper as yet ]

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1868 Union Hotel . 1 Union Street. W.H.Jeffcock Spirit Merchant.

1868 The Alhambra Music Hall. 15 Union Street. [ no named keeper as yet ]

The Alhambra Music Hall on the corner of Union Street and Charles Street began as a wine and spirit merchants run by Baines and People. There is some uncertainty about the sequence of development (see the original newspaper cuttings below) but one version is as follows. Edwin James Gascoigne (an insolvent debtor in 1860 running the Prince of Wales, Fawcett Street and file cutting)

London Gazette 27 July1860.pdf

and took on the Union Street premises converting the wine and spirit merchants to a dram shop, then adding a concert hall. He went bankrupt again then regained the property. He acquired further property on each side (Union Street and Charles Street), built the Alhambra Music Hall on top. He went bankrupt again and was released from bankruptcy in 1867

London Gazette 15 Feb 1867.pdf

In 1868 the Alhambra was in the hands of W.H Jeffcock, but by the end of the year was up for Let

In 1870 Jeffcock was the outgoing tenant. Gascoigne applied for a licence which was disputed by Jeffcock, however Gascoigne did gain the licence.

However he went bankrupt again in 1873 (reported in the London Gazette) and the Alhambra was taken over by George Cooper, an inn-keeper from Leicester, the son of William Cooper (of the London Apprentice / London Music Hall on Westbar)

In March 1880 Mr Miles of the Alhambra Music Hall raised a subscription of £4 /4 /0 for the Sheffield Irish Distress Fund.

In July 1880 the Alhambra was "under New Management"

Possibly this was Samuel Sweeney (referred to as being the landlord in 1881 in the SH index)

In 1882 tragedy struck. The Alhambra caught fire and the Independent published its 2nd June report while it was still burning.

The next day a fuller report was published, giving some history of the establishment, a description of the interior and details of the entertainment that night, and the course of events.

Numerous people made efforts to assist the destitute performers who had lost not only their costumes, but importantly, their sheet music.

The ruin remained,being looted for scrap, until it rose from the ashes as the Phoenix.

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Thank you for all that information Edmund.

The only thing I found for 1868 was H.W Jeffcock being at number 1 Union Street

and for the Alhambra Music Hall number 15 Union Street had the names

Foxon & Robinson.

I haven't a clue who these can be as they are not mentioned in the newspaper

write-ups.

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1814

The Commercial. Haymarket . Thomas Ashmore.

George & Dragon. Market Place. Lawtons.

Kings Head. Change Alley. Wrights

The Travellers. Snighill. W . Richardson.

The Tontine. Dixon Lane. John Batty.

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1830 Pigot's

Albion Hotel. Haymarket. William Travis

Angel . 8 Angel Street. Edward Hancock.

Baazar Hotel. 76 South Street , Moor. John Pritchard.

Black Swan Hotel. Snig Hill. Samual Crich.

Bull & Mouth. 3 Waingate. John Broadbent.

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I haven't a clue who these can be as they are not mentioned in the newspaper

write-ups.

Messrs Foxon and Robinson were a firm of coopers that were behind and next door to Gascoigne's premises. They suffered from his expansion and were forced to operate by gaslight during the daytime. They went to court to try to have the building reduced to its original height, but were confounded by one of Gascoigne's bankruptcies in 1873 which put the property into trustees hands and thus saved it.

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Messrs Foxon and Robinson were a firm of coopers that were behind and next door to Gascoigne's premises. They suffered from his expansion and were forced to operate by gaslight during the daytime. They went to court to try to have the building reduced to its original height, but were confounded by one of Gascoigne's bankruptcies in 1873 which put the property into trustees hands and thus saved it.

I'm gobsmacked Edmund, where do you get all your info?

Keep it going.

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1830 Commercial , Haymarket. William Taylor

1830 Exchange Inn, Exchange Street, Benjamin Shirley

1830 George Inn, Market Place. William Rodgers.

1830 Kings Head, Change Alley. William Woodhead.

1830 Travellers, Snighill. Sarah Emma Richardson.

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1879 Nags Head 325 Shalesmoor . William Clift

1879 Butchers Arms. 276 Shalesmoor

1879 The Havana. 57 Meadow Street. David Holmes.

1889 The Havana Hotel. 57 Meadow Street. Uriah Coggan

1889 The Alhambra . 78 Meadow Street.John Kettlewell.

1912 The Havana. 57 Meadow Street. John Hardy

1912 Butchers Arms. 325 Shalesmoor . William Walker

1912 Nags Head. 325 Shalesmoor. Edward Horner.

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Landlords of 1830

Acorn , 62 Moorfields. Simon Wilson

Ancient Pineapple, Radford Row. Thomas Wilkinson.

Angel 84 West Bar Green. Ellis Howe

Angel South Street , Moor. William Tomlinson

Anvil, 72 South Street, Moor. Elizabeth Goodwin

Anvil , 6 Waingate. Charles Jenkinson.

Anvil, Malin Bridge.Sarah Marples.

Arundel Castle, 39 Arundel Street. Thomas Knight

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1830 Publicans

The Ball , Darnall. Esther Allen

The Ball, Upper Heeley. Thomas Bagshaw.

The Ball , Owlerton. Benjamin Barnes

The Ball, 3 Lambert Street. George Bray

The Ball , 26 Bridgehouses,Charles Eyre,

The Ball, Townhead Street, Benjamin Hudson.

The Ball, Pond Street. Mary Petty.

The Ball , Crookes. John Skelton.

The Ball, Furnace Hill. John Smith.

The Ball , 21 Oborne Street. William Townend.

The Ball , Duke Street. James Walton

The Ball , Broom Bank. Thomas Wild

The Ball , Grimesthorpe. Joseph Wilkinson.

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The addresses and especially the numbers might differ to the ones on the A to Z

as these are from the early 1800s.

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1830 Publicans

Balloon , 21 Sycamore Street. William Baker

Barleycorn , 53 Coal Pit Lane. Edward Middleton

Barrack Tavern, Hillfoot. John Saynor.

Barrel , Little Sheffield. Edward Allison

Barrel , 23 Broad Lane. Mary Ashton

Barrel , 5 Water Lane. Francis Chambers

Barrel , 21 Pinstone Street. Luke Ellison.

Barrel, Attercliffe. George Hobson

Barrel, Edward Street. Matthew Lee

Barrel , Bridgehouses.Joseph Pearson

Barrel, 13 Pond Street.George Robinson

Barrel, 112 Duke Street. Thomas Simpson.

Barrel, Charles Street.Isaac Wardley

Barrel, 26 Hawley Croft. Richard Wilson.

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1830 Publicans

Bay Childers, High Street. Elizabeth Brumby

Bay Childers, 4 Bridge Street. John Henson

Bay Horse 81 South Street.Thomas Bagshaw

Bay Horse , Pitsmoor . John Wright

Bee Hive , Glossop Road. Thomas Wild

Birmingham Arms, 5 New Church Street . Henry Arculus

Birmingham Arms , 15 Lambert Street.Charles Gillatt

Black Bull, Hollis Croft. James Wilson

Black Horse , Allen Street.Thomas Barrett

Black Horse , 34 Howard Street. William Denton

Black Rock, 7 Castle Street.John Fordham

Black Swan 15 Pond Street. Luke Staniforth

Black Swan, 3 Fargate. William Tyzack.

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1830 Publicans. Pigot's

Blue Ball Hawley Street , Jonathan Beardshaw.

Blue Bell, High Street. Sarah Ellis

Blue Bell Jehu Lane. Samuel Stones.

Blue Bell . Attercliffe . Mary Whiteley

Blue Boar , 59 West Bar. Robert Holland

Blue Coat Boy, Blue Boy Street. Ann Stringer.

Blue Pig , 19 Cross Burgess Street.Joseph Baggaley

Blue Pig , 6 Workhouse Lane. Thomas Webster.

Bowling Green , Grimesthorpe.William Birt

Bricklayers Arms, 9 Jehu Lane.William Harris

Bridge Inn, Bridgehouses.Jeremiah Ogden

Britannia , 101 Broad Lane.John Poole

Britannia, 37 Portobello Lane. Sarah Tyne.

Broomhall Tavern, Broomhall Lane.Robert Sibery

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We may need Grandson of Pub updates come the New Year ...

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1830 Publicans

Brown Bear , Norfolk Street. George Whaley

Brown Cow , 1 Radford Street.George Fearn

Brown Cow, 1 Red Croft.Jonathan Gould

Brown Cow , 1 Broad Lane. Hiram Lingerd

Brown Cow, Bridgehouses.Martin Middlewood.

Bull & Oak , Wicker.John Ashforth.

Bull's Head, 36 Duke Street.Thomas Turton.

Burn's Tavern, Townhead Street. John Cooke

Burnt Tree, 40 Hoyle Street. Henry Clarke

The Bush, Little Sheffield. Isaac Crookes.

The Canning, Norris Fields. George Hardy

The Castle , Snig Hill.William Holland

The Chequers, 43 Coal Pit Lane.John Clay.

The Chequers, Rough Bank, Park. John Stacy

The Chequers, 52 Wicker. Elizabeth Wilks.

The Chequers, 60 Meadow Street.John Wragg.

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1830 Publicans

Cherry Tree. 37 Gibralter Street.

Club Mill, Smithfield. George Greaves.

Coach & horses , 37 Water Lane.George Embley

The Cock, Broad Street .Enoch Gillott

The Cock, Paradise Square. Thomas Ibbotson

Cornish Inn, Cornish Street. Mary Green

The Cossack , 19 Howard Street. Joseph Goldthorp

The Cottage, Walkley . William Paul

The Cottage , [Cherry Tree Inn] Cherry Tree Hill

Cricket Inn, Cricket Inn Lane.William Southern

The Crown , Pinstone Street. William Hutchinson

The Crown, Duke Street. Ann Lawton

The Crown , Owlerton. John Burkinshaw

Crown & Cushion, Old Street Park. William Ashmore.

Crown & Daggers, 36 West Bar Green. Jervis Hanson.

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1830 Publicans

Cross Daggers,26 Market Place.Richard Greenwood

Cross Keys Handsworth. Paul Dodgson

Crown , Handsworth. Joseph England

Crown , Grindle Gate.Thomas Furniss.

Cutlers Arms, New Church Street. Joseph Green

Cutlers Inn, Fargate. William Harrison

Devonshire Arms, Division Street.William Bradley / Broadley.

Devonshire Arms , South Street, Thomas Asquith.

Dog & Partridge, Trippet Lane.Thomas Brindley

Dove & Rainbow,Hartshead. Samuel Pryor.

Duke of York , Darnall. Thomas Bradshaw

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1830 Publicans

Elephant , Norfolk Street. Jonathan Brown

Evening Gun, Scotland Street. John Booker.

Falcon, Flat Street. Tom Smith

Feathers, High Street, Park. Jane Mason.

Freemason Inn, Brightside. Jonathan Ashmore.

Fitzwilliam Tavern , Attercliffe. John Hobson.

Fluer -de-lis Market Place, Ann Slack

Fortunes of War, 62 Scotland Street. George Housley

Fountain , Pinfold Street. John Richards

Fox & Goose , Bridgehouses. John Woodcock.

Freemasons, Owlerton. David Thompson

Full Moon, Silver Street.George Taylor

Gate, Hollis Croft. Thomas Mirfin

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Edited by ukelele lady
Fitzwilliam Tav added

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1830 Publicans

Gate , Wadsley Bridge. Joseph Wells

George , Infirmary Road . William Law

George & Dragon, 91 West Bar Green. A Ward

Globe Tav. Porter Street. Francis Hulley.

Golden Ball / Ball. Broad Lane. Francis Bletcher

Golden Ball, Burgess Street. Thomas Gould

Golden Ball 39 Forge Lane. Martha Holland

Golden Ball Howard Street. Amy Lamb.

Golden Ball , Norfolk Street. George Marriott

Golden Ball. 49 Campo Lane. Antipas Stephens

Golden Ball. Attercliffe. George Watson

Golden Ball . Carver Street, Thomas Wilson.

Golden Ball. West Bar Green. John Woollen

Golden Ball, Grindlegate. John Gordon.

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1830 Publicans

Green Dragon . Attercliffe. George Drabble.

Green Man, Broad Street. . Joseph Cooper

Green Seedling. Bailey Street. Francis Newton

Greyhound , Gibralter Street. John Worstenholme.

Grapes, 59 Trippet Lane. Enoch Beal.

Green Dragon, Attercliffe. George Drabble.

Golden Lion, Forge Lane. William Swallow.

Granby's Head. Hartshead, Joseph Drayton

Grapes Tavern, Furnace Hill. Mark Blackwell

Grey Horse . High Street. Benjamin Shirley

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1830 Publicans

Hare & Hounds , Nursery Street. James Frow.

Hare & Hounds . Wadsley. George Hoyle

Hare & Hounds Trinity Street. David Scott

Harrow / Old Harrow , Harvest Lane. Thomas Matthewman

Harrow , Broad Street. Elizabeth Wilson.

Hawthorn , Parkhill Lane. Joseph Wilson.

Hermitage , Little London. Mary Bunting.

Hen & Chickens. Castle Green. Mary Kinder

Hope & Anchor. Attercliffe. Mary Blythe.

Hope & Anchor Samuel Gillott

Hyde Park Tavern . William Henry Weelhouse / could be Woolhouse

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Hyde Park Tav added

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1830 Publicans

Horse & Garter , Water Lane . Thomas Crownshaw

Horse & Groom, Attercliffe. John Hawke

Horse & Jockey , Tenter Street. James Haywood.

Horse Shoe, Shiregreen. George Jowitt

Hospital , 22 Park Hill Lane, Jonathan Woollen

Industry, Broad Street Park, William Midgley.

King William, Holly Street. William Fearnley

Kings Arms, 9 Fargate. Robert Winter.

Kings Head, Rockingham Street. Francis Porter.

King & Miller. Norfolk Street. Mary Brelsforth

Light Horseman, Penistone Road. Maria Dixon

Lion & Lamb. 7 Shude Hill. Matthew Robinson.

Little Tankard, West Bar Green. Thomas Peace.

London Apprentice, West Bar Green. Thomas Moseley

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Such an unusual name, also transcribed as Stevens.

1830 Publicans

Golden Ball. 49 Campo Lane. Antipas Stephens

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