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Such an unusual name, also transcribed as Stevens.

November 27th 1830

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Is that a ph or a v ? - not that it is overly important, Antipas now there's a name ...

November 27th 1830

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Is that a ph or a v ? - not that it is overly important, Antipas now there's a name ...

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Is that a ph or a v ? - not that it is overly important, Antipas now there's a name ...

Antipasti . . . isn't that some sort of Italian dish?

But where did Antipas come from. never heard that before.

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Abbreviation maybe ... Anthony Pass Stevens ... just a thought, anyone help with census images please/newspapers ... ?

Antipasti . . . isn't that some sort of Italian dish?

But where did Antipas come from. never heard that before.

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The original Antipas was a contemporary of the Apostle John, who wrote The Book Of Revelation. Antipas was reputed to be the Bishop of the Christian church at Pergamos, and was martyred for his faith because of his consistent faithful witnessing in the face of all the satanic evil present there.
When Antipas was advised: "Antipas, the whole world is against you!" Antipas reputedly replied: "Then I am against the whole world"


Antipas was supposedly roasted alive in a hollow life-size bull, which had a bonfire under its belly, because he refused to renounce his faith in Christ.

An Antipas Stephens died at the Shrewsbury hospital aged 86 on 17th November 1831. He had been an inmate there for several years and was universally respected. This suggests that there was another Antipas, possibly his son, who had been the landlord at the Golden Ball. Maybe this was the Antipas Stevens who died 24th Sep 1840, aged 63.

From Leader's Reminiscences (1875):

The Ball Inn, next door, then the Golden Ball, was kept in my youthful days by Antipas Stevens, a very intelligent and respectable man, who kept his house in proper order. I believe he took to it at the time Mr. Crich removed to the Black Swan,Snighill. Mr. Stevens was by trade a silversmith ; and I have an impression that he had been apprenticed to Ashforth, Ellis, and Co., or, at least, had worked for them.

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I have seen it spelt both ways, Stevens and Stephens but seems to be of the

same family.

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1830 Publicans

Mason's Arms , Attercliffe. John Eyre.

Masons' Arms . 17 Castle Green. James Watson

Mermaid , Orchard Street.Jonathan Robinson.

Milton's Arms, Bailey Lane.John Dutton.

Milton's Head, 9 Allen Street,Thomas Robinson.

Minerva, Hillfoot. William Ball.

Mitre , 28 Orchard Street.Benjamin Hartley

Mulberry Tree, 2 Mulberry Street.George Lockwood.

Murray's Arms , Queen Street..John Moreton.

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1830 Publicans

Nag's Head, 7 Nag's Head Yard, John Tasker.

Navigation Inn, Canal Bridge. John Simmonite

New Inn, nr Wadsley Bridge. Joseph Henderson.

New Inn, Duke Street, William Hunter.

New Inn, Ecclesall New Road, George Sykes.

New Inn Shalesmoor, William Yellott.

Norfolk Arms , 1 Dixon Lane, Richard Brown.

Norfolk Arms, 5 Bow Street. John Wright

Nottingham Castle, Edward Street, John Heathcoate.

Neepsend Tavern , Neepsend. Richard Evinson.

Nursery Tavern, Nursery Street???. William Chadwick

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1825 . The Angel, Angel Street. William Healey and in brackets it says " late Peech "

which was the name of the landlord up to 1809.

1825 The Jolly Waggoner. Nursery Street. C Walch.

I wonder which one this is?

1828 Rein Deer. Waingate. Margaret Healey.

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1830 Publicans

The Old Ball , 11 Spring Street. John Atley

The Old Ball, 2 Green Lane Joseph Bray.

The Old Barrel , 31 Pea Croft.William hoole

The Old Bay Horse, 27 West Bar Green. Cassey Crowshaw

The Old Blue Ball, 21 Broad Street. Samuel Skelton.

The Old Bradley Well, Darnall . Jonathan Marsden

The Old Cock , 9 Hollis Croft. George Bingham.

The Old Crown. Little Sheffield. Joseph Benson.

The Old Crown, Brightside.Samuel Humstance

The Old Cup, 4 Market Street. Thomas Ramsay.

The Old George, 6 Bank Street.John Cooper.

The Old Green Man, 4 New Church Street, Jacob Bridge.

The Old Grindstone, Hallamgate. George Steade.

The Old London Apprentice,29 Spring Street . Samuel Beadle

The Old Punch Bowl , Crookes.John Wragg.

The Old Red Lion Owlerton.John White.

The Old Shakespeare ,Gibralter Street.Benjamin Beet

The Old Star, 37 Pea Croft.Joseph Windle.

The Old Turk's Head,Jonathan Youle. 57 Scotland Street.

The Orange Branch, Hollis Croft. Isaac Newton.

The Oxford Blue, 15 Burgess Street.Samuel Linley

The Old Tankard, 62 West Bar Green Peter Deakin.

Also under beerhouses of the same address, 62 West Bar Green we have.

1797 Theophilus Ogden , beer retailer and hatter. 62 West Bar Green.

1797 Widow Machin. 62 West Bar Green

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1830 Publicans

Pack Horse , West Bar. William Bower.

Painter's Arms , Lee Croft. George Attersley

Palace, Baker's Hill. Elizabeth Wright.

Parrot , Coal Pitt Lane.William Flint

Paul Pry, 63 Pea Croft.Zachariah Parkin.

Peacock , 6 Hoyle Street.Michael Mawson

Pheasant , Carver Street.Thomas Lee

Pheasant , Sheffield Lane. Harry Swinden

Pheasant , 77 broad Street .St John Yates.

Plough , Attercliffe. William Gray

Prince of Wales . Sycamore Street. John Cadman

Prince of Wales . Bowling Green. George Green

Pump , South Street. George Saville.

Punch Bowl , Wicker.Ann Fellsten

Punch Bowl, South Street. William Fielding

Punch Bowl , Coulston Street. William Gray

Punch Bowl , Silver Street. Thomas Lindley

Punch Bowl, 39 Bridge Street.James Smith

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Falcon Inn, Flatt Street opened Thursday 28th December 1825 by J Cox. Dinner on the table at three o'clock, but apply by the Monday previous.

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1830 Publicans

Q in the Corner , 9 Paradise Sq. Ann Sykes.

Queen's Head , Campo Lane. John Fordham.

Queen's Head , Attercliffe. John Smith.

Queen's Head, 11 Sheaf Street. Sarah Taylor.

Queen's Head, 13 Castle Street.William Travis

Red Lion, 50 Duke Street. Joseph Belk.

Red Lion, James Doughty, 8 Smithfield.

Red Lion, 48 Coal Pit Lane. Daniel Kite

Red Lion, 30 Hartshead. Isaac Marshall

Red Lion, 33 Holly Street Joshua Perkington

Red Lion 17 Charles Street . John Sanderson.

Red Lion, Lower Heeley . John White

Reuben's Head. 43 Burgess Street. Edward Stone.

Rising Sun, Little Common William Loukes

Rising Sun , 45 South Street,Moor, William Walton.

Robin Hood , 95 Duke Street . John Goulder.

Robin Hood & Little John, Attercliffe.Isaac Bailey.

Robin Hood & Little John . Millhouses.Ann Lingard.

Rockingham Arms, 66 Rockingham Street.. Sarah Morton.

Rodney, Loxley, Thomas Wilde

Rodney Arms 33 Fargate. William Wagstaff.

Rose & Crown, 9 Paternoster Row. Abel Roper.

Rose & Crown , Waingate. Richard White.

Rose & Crown , 9 Holly Street.Ann Williamson

Royal Hotel , 75 Eyre Lane.Edwin Unwin.

Royal Mail , Glossop Road.Samuel Eyre.

Royal Oak , 44 West Bar Green, Charles Hobson.

Royal Oak, Hollis Croft. Peter Slack.

Royal Oak, 7 Pond Street. George Stocks.

Royal Oak, Allen Street, William Wall.

Rutland Arms, 1 Brown Street.William Burton.

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Falcon Inn, Flatt Street opened Thursday 28th December 1825 by J Cox. Dinner on the table at three o'clock, but apply by the Monday previous.

Thank you Edmund , this information has been put onto the A to Z list under the said pub.

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The Cossack, Howard Street:

At the August 30th 1856 Brewster Sessions, the licence was granted to Mr George Barlow. Robert Colbridge had his licence suspended the previous year due to "misconduct", and it was refused in August 1856, however the directories continued to show him as landlord into 1856. The Cossack was advertised as being to let with immediate possession, in July 1855, by the Pond street Brewery.

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The Cossack, Howard Street:

At the August 30th 1856 Brewster Sessions, the licence was granted to Mr George Barlow. Robert Colbridge had his licence suspended the previous year due to "misconduct", and it was refused in August 1856, however the directories continued to show him as landlord into 1856. The Cossack was advertised as being to let with immediate possession, in July 1855, by the Pond street Brewery.

Thank you again Edmund , keep up the good work.

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1830 Publicans

Saddle , West Street. Benjamin Armitage.

St Georges Tavern, Broad Lane. Joseph Shirtcliff

St Ledger, 76 Pinstone Street.William Featherstone.

Sampson & Lion [ The Lion ? ] Pea Croft. Martin Oliver

Seven Stars, 74 Trippet Lane . Thomas Beet.

Seven Stars, Shiregreen. Mary Oxspring.

Shakespear , 18 Sycamore Street. William Hakes.

Shakespear , Upper Heeley Martha Robinson.

Sheaf Tavern , Park . John Thorp

Sheffield Arms , 43 Meadow Street.Richard Alexander.

Ship, Water Lane. William Faris.

Sir F Burdett, Pond Hill.Richard Hartley.

Sir John Falstaff, 59 Wicker.William Cooper

Sportsman's Group. 5 Fargate.Samuel Roberts.

Sportsman's Inn. Walkley. George Hobson.

Sportsman's Inn. 39 Bridgehouses. Mary Matthewman.

Sportman's Inn. 29 West Bar. William Norman

Sportsman's inn. 58 Coal Pit Lane, John Oates.

Sportsman's Inn. Pit's Moor. Joseph Yardley.

Spread Eagle, 19 High Street.. William Clifton.

Stag, 12 Carver Street. Thomas Outram.

Stag, Malin Bridge, Peter Webster.

Stag's Head , Sharrow Head. Robert Marples.

Star, Wadsley. Mary Barker.

Star , White Croft, John Hadfield

Star, 23 Fruit Market. William Rodgers

Star, 29 Gibralter Street. George Smith

Star, Owlerton. George Woodhouse.

Swan, 8 Burgess Street. Joseph Emmott.

Swan, 9 Furnival Street.Thomas Morley.

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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.

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1830 Publicans

Waggon & Horses. Upper Heeley.George Barker.

Waggon & Horses. Millhouses,James Smith.

Warm Hearthstone. 1 Townhead Street. Samuel Moore & Co

Waterloo . Watson's Walk. Ann Ashley.

Wellington, Darnall. William Hardcastle.

Wellington. 10 Coal Pit Lane. Elias Shirt.

Well -Run -Dimple . 63 Barker's Pool. John Allison

Wentworth House. Rockingham Street.Francis Castleton.

Wharncliffe Arms. 96 West Street.John Wilkinson.

Wheat Sheaf. Park Head,. Josepgh Barker.

White Bear. 22 High Street. George Moor.

White Hart. Waingate. Charles Hammond.

White Hart. Attercliffe. William Weightman.

White Horse. Wadsley. Nicol Bramall.

White Horse. 34 Copper Street.Jn Hopkinson

White Horse . 31 Solly Street. John Saville.

White Lion. 2 Wicker. Elizabeth England.

White Lion.West Bar Green, William King.

White Lion. Lower Heeley. George Reynolds.

White Swan . 29 West Bar.James Marchinton.

Woodman. 68 South Street. James Marshall.

Woodman's inn. Edward Street.Margaret Hill.

Yellow Lion. 1 Coal Pit Lane.Elizabeth Shaw.

Yellow Lion. 18 Haymarket.William Wright.

Yew Tree . Malin Bridge.Benjamin Shaw.

Yorkshire Cricketers . Pea Croft.. Thomas Marsden.

The end of 1830's publicans list. Some of these precede the dates given on the A to Z

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Great work UKL !

Son of, son of Pub Updates now open for your use.

1830 Publicans

Waggon & Horses. Upper Heeley.George Barker.

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Yorkshire Cricketers . Pea Croft.. Thomas Marsden.

The end of 1830's publicans list. Some of these precede the dates given on the A to Z

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