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Abbey Hotel
944 Chesterfield Road, S8
Open 1862 or earlier

1862 (White's) James Markham, Abbey Hotel (Woodseats)
1865 J. Markham
1876 John England
1879 (White's) John England, vict. Abbey Hotel (Woodseats)
1883 John Edward Allen /Jonathan Joel
1887 John Edward Allen
1888 -91Jonathan Joel
1893 Jonathan Joel
1895/6 Jonathan Joel [ 348 Chesterfield Road ]
1898 Johnathan Joel
1900 Jonathan Joel
1901-03 Mrs Sarah Joel
1905 Mrs Sarah Joel
1907 Mrs Sarah Joel
1910 -13 Mrs Sarah Joel [944 Chesterfield Road ]
1916-17 Mrs Sarah Joel
1919 -21 Mrs Sarah Joel
1923 Harold Brameld Joel
1925 Harry B Joel
1929 Harold B Joel
1931-33 Mrs Emily Joel
1936 -39 Mrs Emily Joel
1942 Mrs Emily Joel
1944 Mrs Emily Joel
1948 E Casswell
1948 E Casswell
1951 W Edwards

Picture's here: http://www.picturesheffield.com/cgi-bin/pi...ff.refno=s06949
and here a more recent one: http://www.picturesheffield.com/cgi-bin/pi...ff.refno=s14338

Edited by ukelele lady
1891 update
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Abbeydale Station Hotel [ Abbeydale ]
161 Abbeydale Road South
Open 1855 or earlier

 

1876 Thomas Clayton [Abbeydale ]
1879 Edward Robinson
1881 E Robinson
1883 Edward Robinson
1887 - 89 William Snow
1890 William Barker Soare [ Snow ? ]

1891 William Snow
1893 William Barker Snow
1895/6 William Snow
1897 - 98 James Marsden [ Abbeydale ]
1900 - 1 Henry Hirst Marsden
1902 Edward Wainwright [Abbeydale ]
1903 Edward Wainwright
1905 Edward Wainwright
1907 William E Lee
1910 Richard F Rathwell or Ratherall [ Tel no Beauchief 199]
1912 Victor Nichol [ Abbeydale Station Hotel ]
1913 Victor Nichol
1916 Henry B Hollis
1917 Henry B Hollis
1919/20 Alexander Kerr
1921 John Guy Turner
1921 to 24 John Guy Turner [ 161 Abbeydale Road ]
1925 James R Mountjoy [ manager ]
1929 James R Mountjoy
1931 James R Mountjoy
1932 James R Mountjoy
1933 George Sutcliffe
1936 to 39 George Sutcliffe
1942 George Sutcliffe
1944 George Sutcliffe
1948 George Sutcliffe

1949 George Sutcliffe

1950 George Sutcliffe

1951 George Sutcliffe

1951 George Sutcliffe (Jnr)

1952 George Sutcliffe (Jnr)

1953 George Sutcliffe (Jnr)

1954 George Sutcliffe (Jnr)

Link to pictures:Picture Sheffield Image 1Picture Sheffield Image 2

(1891 update, by Mrs.UKL).

 

Edited by SteveHB
1949 -1954 update

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Aberdeen House [beer retailer only ]

133 Upper Hanover Street/2 Aberdeen Street, S3

Open 1937

Earlier

1937 Horace W Machin

1938 Horace W Machin

1939 Horace W Machin

1942 Horace W Machin

1944 Horace W Machin

1948 Jack William Walsh

Edited by ukelele lady
5 new dates

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Acorn

20 Burton Road

Open 1887 Closed 1912, Span

became a Boys Club

1887 Francis Harrison

1898 Joseph Morton [ beerhouse ]

1903 Joseph Morton

Edited by ukelele lady
1887 update

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Acorn

20 New Church Street

Open 1834

1834 Anthony Burton

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Acorn
264 & 288-292 Shalesmoor, S3
Open 1821, Closed 1960, Span 139 year

Earlier

August 27th 1821 - Filesmiths' Society; the members assemble at the Acorn Tavern, Shalesmoor and celebrated their 100th anniversary.

1825 Simon Wilson [62 Moorfields]
1828 -29 Simon Wilson
1830 -34 Simon Wilson
1839 William Wynn
1841 William Wynn
1845 William Wynn (264 Shalesmoor)
1849 John Charlesworth
1851 Thomas Shackleton (see Census image)
1852 T Shackleton
1854 Thomas Shackleton
1856 T Shackleton
1859 Thomas Shacketon
1862 to 1865 George Haynes
1868 George Haynes
1871 C Thompson [ 264 Shalesmoor ]
1876 James Leesly [288-292 Shalesmoor ]
1879 William Smith
1881 Alice Thompson 292 Shalesmoor [ Census]
1883 Alice Thompson / C Thompson [288 Shalesmoor]
1887 to 1889 Alice Thomson
1890 -91 Thompson & Co
1893 C Thompson & Co [ 288-92 Shalesmoor]
1895 -6 C Thompson & Co
1898 C Thompson & Co
1900 to 1902 C Thompson & Co
1912 Edward Parker Wilcock. Gilmour Duncan & Co
1913 Roderick McRae [ Manager ]
1916 Roderick McRae
1917 George Firth [288-292 Shalesmoor ]
1919 -20 Mrs Ellen Firth
1921 to 1923 George Firth
1924 -25 Herbert H Britland
1929 Herbert H Britland
1931 Andrew Wilson
1932 Newman Brown
1933 Alfred Smith
1936 to 1938 Horace John Speight
1939 Ambrose Speight
1942 Thomas May
1944 Charles Perrett
1948 Walter Burkley

Picture here: Acorn Inn, Shalesmoor,1965

Google Earth Street view : http://www.sheffieldhistory.co.uk/forums/i...art=#entry38764

Edited by ukelele lady
update 1891

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Acorn

52 Wicker S3

Open 1856 Closed

Comments

Earlier

1856 Thomas Simmomite

1857 Thomas Simmomite

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Acorn

Bracken Hill, Chapeltown S35

open 1822 Closed Span

Comments

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1822 William Beighton

1865 T. Chapman [burncross ]

1879 Wilfred Ollerearshaw [burncross ]

1881 Wilford Hearnshaw

1883 Isaac Thorpe

1887 Isaac Thorpe

1888 to 1891 Albert Walton

1893 Albert Walton

1895 -6 E . Redfearn

1898 Charles Beard

1900 - 03 Charles Beard

1905 Charles Beard

1907 George Westenage

1910 to 1913 George Westenage

1916 -17 Mrs Elizabeth Westenage

1919 to 1923 Mrs Elizabeth Westenage

1924 Henry Cooper

1925 John Henry Cooper

1931 to 1933 George Portman

1936 to 1938 George Portman

1939 George A Bates

1942 George A Bates

1944 George A Bates

1948 George A Bates (Burncross Road)

1951 George A Bates (Burncross Road)

Photograph February 2009 pw

Edited by ukelele lady
20 new dates added 1891 update

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Adam and Eve. 17-25 Balaclava Road /Street

Open

Closed

Comments

1898 Seth Summers [ joiner ]

Edited by ukelele lady
1898 update

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Adelaide Tavern [ beer retailer only ]

48 Mowbray Street, S3

Open 1871 Closed Span

Comments Beerhouse,

Earlier

1871 Joseph Parr (Beerhouse)

1876 John A Furniss [ beerhouse]

1936, Albert Piercey.

1937 James Townsend

1938 Mrs Ada Townsend

1939 Mrs Ada Townsend

Link to Chris Hobbs site, picture of Adelaide Hotel circa 1930

http://www.chrishobb...selling1887.htm

Edited by ukelele lady
1876 update

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Adelphi
13 Arundel Street/Sycamore Street, S1
Open 1849 Closed 1969 Span 120
Comments Yorkshire Country Cricket Club formed here January 8th 1863'
Sheffield Wednesday formed 1867.
Demolished May 1969;
Earlier

1849 Henry Sampson
1851 Henry Sampson (census)
1852 Henry Sampson
1854 Henry Sampson
1856 Henry Sampson
1859 Henry Sampson [ 9 Arundell Street ]
1861 Henry Sampson
1862 Henry Sampson (9 Arundel Street)
1863 Henry Sampson
1864 Henry Sampson
1865 Henry Sampson
1868 Mr Armfield (See Details below from The Times 23rd December 1868)
1871 Ralph Armfield [ 9 Arundel Street ]
1876 Ralph Armfield [13 Arundell Street ]
1879 Ralph Armfield
1881 Ralph Armfield
1883 Ralph Armfield
1888 George Peters
1889 George Peters
1890 George Peters

1893 George Peters
1895/6 John Payne
1898 John Payne

1900 John Payne

1901 John Payne
1902 Thomas Rex
1903 Thomas Rex
1905 Thomas Rex
1907 Edward Ernest G
1910 William Banning
1911 Wm. Banning
1912 William Banning
1913 Tom Briggs [?]
1916 Leonard Tootell
1917 Leonard Tootell
1919 Leonard Tootell
1920 Leonard Tootell
1921 Alick C Seals
1922 Alick C Seale
1923 Alick C Seals
1924 Alick C Seals
1925 Alick C Seals
1929 Thomas Benjamin Bolton
1931 Thomas Benjamin Bolton
1932 Thomas Benjamin Bolton
1933 Thomas Benjamin Bolton
1936 Thomas Benjamin Bolton
1937 Thomas Benjamin Bolton
1938 Thomas Benjamin Bolton
1939 Thomas Benjamin Bolton
1942 Thomas Benjamin Bolton
1944 Thomas Benjamin Bolton
1948 Lewis Arthur Clarke
1951 Lewis Arthur Clarke

Picturesheffield 01

Picturesheffield 02

John Glover and James Hawley were charged with breaking into and entering a dwelling-house and stealing £122.
1Os. 9d.
MIr. Vernon Blackburn prosecuted ; Mr. Waddy defended Hawley, and Mr. Forbes defended Glover.
Mr. Armfield, the landlord of the Adelphi public-house, in Sheffield, had £122. 10s. 9d. in casb, notes, and checks in
a drawer in his bedroom on the first floor. He had seen his moneysafe during the day, and at half-past 8 o'clock the
drawer containing the money and the room door were both locked.
Shortlv afterwards the room door was found broken open from the outside, a false slide on the top of the drawer
removed, and all the money gone. The window of the room was partly open, and the looking glass which usuaUy
stood in front of the window was lying upon the bed. The two prisoners were spoken to as being in the house at the
time in question.

A football club meeting and an election dinner had been held in the house upon the ground floor - but the prisoners
were said to have gone upstairs alone and had two glasses of sherry there, and afterwards to have come downstairs
together. No one else was upstairs with them at the time. Haiwley had been employed as a painter to paint the room
where the money was kept. None of the property was ever found.
The theory of the prosecution was that the two prisoners broke into the room and took the money, which was
contained in bags; that they then let it down through the window to an accomplice, and then came down stairs.

The theory of the defence was that some other person might have been concealed in one of the upstairs rooms, have
broken into the room and taken the money, and escaped through the window, without having any connexion with the
prisoners. For Hawley the defence was that he was never there at all, and witnesses were called to prove an alibi. For
Glover the defence was that the only evidence against him was that he was there with other persons. The jury found
hoth the prisoners Guilty.

Glover,who had been twice previously convicted for felony, and against whom there was another indictment for
burglary, made an appeal to the Court for mercy. His LORDSHIP sentenced him to penal servitude for ten years.

Hawley, who had not been previously convicted, wes sentenced to penal servitude for five years.
Henry Sampson, landlord was also a famous cricketer.
Henry Sampson a prominent player in the north of England, played in the Sheffield area with great success. He was
born at Hallam, near Sheffield, on March 13, 1813. A short, stout man, under 5' 6" in height, he was a fine scientific
batsman, playing back entirely, with a straight bat. He was a useful bowler and fielded generally at long-stop.

Anexcellent single-wicket player he was engaged in various contests with success. His first single-wicket match was in
1832, which was also the first game in which his name appears, when only 19 years old. His greatest success in these
matches came in 1841, when he defeated Thomas Marsden, the former champion of England, who though past his
prime was still an excellent batsman, by an innings and 50 runs. Sampson's first full season was in 1838 and by 1840
he was chosen to represent the North against Marylebone at Lord's. In 1841 he was engaged, for a short time, at
Lord's and was selected for England against Kent on two occasions. By 1842 he removed to Reading where he kept
an inn but in 1844 he returned to the north playing in all the important matches for his town and county. On December
4, 1848, he was presented with a silver cup by his cricketing admirers of Sheffield. He played for the United England
Eleven for whom he scored well on occasions. In later years he was `mine host' of the Adelphi Hotel in Sheffield. He
died on March 29, 1885.

RJ Brown, The Cricketer Source

[added by Bayleaf 28.1.11]

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Adelphi [ beer retailer only ]
15-17 Martin Street, S6
Open 1917 Closed 1951 Span 34
Comments
Earlier

1939 Charles Albert Hayes
1942 Charles Albert Hayes
1944 Charles Albert Hayes
1948 Joseph Shaw
1951 Joseph Shaw

picturesheffield

Edited by ukelele lady
3 new dates added

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Admiral Rodney

592 Loxley Road, S6

Open 1833 Closed Span

Comments

Earlier

1833 Thomas Wilde

1834 Thomas Wild

1861 John Darwent

1865 John Darwent

1876 John Darwent

1879 Thomas Trickett

1881 Thomas Trickett

1883 Thomas Trickett

1887 Thomas Trickett

1888 to 1891 George William Trickett

1893 George William Trickett

1895-6 W. Trickett

1898 Mrs Keziah Trickett

1900 to 1903 Mrs Keziah Trickett

1905 Mrs Keziah Trickett

1910 to 1913 Mrs Keziah Trickett

1916 to 1925 Mrs Keziah Trickett

1929 Mrs Keziah Trickett

1931 to 1933 Mrs Keziah Trickett

1936 to 1939 Mrs Keziah Trickett

1942 Mrs Keziah Trickett

www.picturesheffield.com

From Roy Davey Pubs & People

'Until the end of the last war this was a typical little country pub, standing close to the road, and the fine building we see now was erected soon after the war ended ; it has done well ever since. The old place was kept for many years by an old lady called Trickett who I believe lived into her nineties and resented any thought of change. The Admiral after whom the pub is named achieved fame as the victor the Spanish at Cape St Vincemt and over the French in the West Indies in 1782'

1920's

Edited by ukelele lady
20 new dates added

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African Prince

Lambert Street S3

Open 1774 Closed 1883 Span 109

1774 George Fox

Edited by ukelele lady
update 1774

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Albany Hotel [ beer retailer only ]

38-40 Gloucester Street, S10

Open 1925 Closed Span

Comments

Earlier

1925 Archibald Staniforth (1927-1940)

1937 Archie Staniforth

1938 Archie Staniforth

1939 Harold Ward

1942 Frederick Croft

1944 James Stevenson

1948 John Bean

1950's Herbert and Minni Spurr (from JackD)

Edited by ukelele lady
5 new dates

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Albany Hotel

Fargate/Surrey Street
Open 1889 Closed 1958 Span 69
Comments Opened October 2nd, 1889;
Temperance Hotel at one time, now bank
Earlier
1911 Miss M Kennedy
1919 Miss W M Bennett
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Albert

2 Coal Pit Lane, S1 & 1-3 Division Street

Open 1797 Closed 1988 Span 191

Comments, formerly Union, became Cambridge Street

Earlier

1876 Mrs Hannah Naylor

1879 Mrs Hannah Naylor

1881 Mrs Hannah Naylor (Cambridge Street)

1883 Walter Darley [ 2-4 Cambridge Street ]

1887 May Darley

1888 William Baxby

1889 William Baxby [1-3 Divsion Street & 2-4 Cambridge Street ]

1890 William Baxby

1893 Robert Gill

1895/6 Robert Gill

1898 Robert Gill [1-3 Division Street & 2-4 Cambridge Street ]

1900 Herbert Naylor

1901 Arthur Jackson (2-4 Cambridge Street)

1902 Mrs Martha Turner

1903 Mrs Martha Turner

1905 Robert Hynett

1907 William Fisher

1910 John Picken

1911 John Picken

1912 John Picken

1913 John Picken

1916 John Picken

1917 John Picken

1919 John Picken

1920 John Picken

1921 Hugh Mottram

1922 Thomas Sharpe

1923 Thomas Sharpe

1924 Thomas Sharpe

1925 Mrs Agnes C Mahony

1929 Mrs Agnes C Mahony

1931 Mrs Agnes C Mahony

1932 Mrs Agnes C Mahony

1933 Mrs Agnes C Mahony

1936 Mrs Agnes C Mahony

1937 Mrs Agnes C Mahony

1938 Mrs Agnes Mahony

1939 Mrs Agnes C Mahony

1942 Mrs Agnes C Mahony

1944 Mrs Agnes Mahony

1948 George William Swinburn

1951 George Booth

Pictures:

http://www.picturesheffield.com/cgi-bin/pi...ff.refno=s21723

http://www.picturesheffield.com/cgi-bin/pi...ff.refno=s14010

Edited by madannie77
Picture Sheffield links repairered

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Albert

31 Sutherland Street, S4

Open 1854 Closed 1996 Span 142

Comments, Sheffield Gang Wars; Mooney and Garvins.

Earlier

1854 William Smith

1856 William Smith

1861 William Smith

1862 William Smith

1863 William Smith

1864 William Smith

1865 William Smith

1868 A. Jackson

1871 Alfred Jackson

1876 Thomas Darwent

1879 Thomas Darwent

1881 Thomas Darwent

1883 Arthur Darwent

1887 William Clarke

1888 Richard Green

1889 Richard Green

1890 John McGarity

1893 John McGarity

1895/6 George Cockin

1898 George Cockin

1900 Mrs Sarah Cockin

1901 Thomas George Townsend

1902 Thomas George Townsend

1903 James Eyre

1905 James Eyre

1907 James Eyre

1910 John Henry Whitham

1911 John Henry Whitham

1912 John Henry Whitham

1913 John Henry Whitham

1916 John Henry Whitham

1917 John Henry Whitham

1919 John Henry Whitham

1920 John Henry Whitham

1921 John Henry Whitham

1922 John Henry Whitham

1923 John Henry Whitham

1924 John Henry Whitham

1925 John Henry Whitham

1929 Herbert Howard

1931 Herbert Howard

1932 Mrs Jenny Cliff

1933 Mrs Jenny Cliff

1936 Mrs Jenny Cliff

1937 Mrs Jenny Cliff

1938 Mrs Jenny Cliff

1939 Mrs Jenny Cliff

1942 Mrs Jenny Cliff

1944 Willis Eric Gandy

1948 William Eric Gandy

1951 John Cromack

Picture Sheffield Image

Edited by madannie77
Picture Sheffield link repaired

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Albert Hotel

117 Penistone Road, S6

Open 1840 Closed 1913 Span 73

Comments

Earlier

1871 William Richardson (Beerhouse)

1901 Mrs Annie Sokell (1902)

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Albert Inn
113 -15 Broomhall Street, S3
Open 1835 Closed 1992 Span 157
Comments
Earlier

1871 Miss Emma Ormerod (Beerhouse)

1876 Mrs Emma Ormerod
1881 Mrs Emma Ormerod [widow ]
1937 Ernest Elliott
1938 Ernest Elliott
1939 Ernest Elliott
1942 Mrs A Elliott
1944 Mrs A Elliott
1948 Mrs A Elliott [ 113 Broomhall Street ]
1951 James F Elliott (103 Broomhall Street)

picturesheffield

Edited by ukelele lady
1876 update & picturesheffield

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Albert Inn

162 Darnall Road, S9

Open 1871 Closed

Comments Still open

Earlier

1871 Samuel Dunwell (Beerhouse)

1939 Oscar Ridge

1948 Thomas Horan

Picture Sheffield Image

Albert Inn - (also shown "The Sportsman" on the right)

Edited by madannie77
Picture Sheffield Link repaired

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Albion

12 Sylvester Street

Open 1851 Closed 1926 Span 75

Comments

Earlier

1852 Thomas Parker

1854 Thomas Parker

1856 Peter Holland (232 Sylvester Street)

1862 Joseph West (2 Sylvester Street)

1863 Elizabeth West

1864 Elizabeth West

1865 Elizabeth West

1868 William Wright

1870 Samuel Burbank

1871 Mrs Mary Eliza Burbank [widow ]

1876 Edward Bradshaw

1879 Mrs E Bradshaw [12 Sylvester Street ]

1881 Mrs Elizabeth Bradshaw (Widow)

1883 Mrs E Bradshaw

1888 Joseph Mountain

1889 Joseph Mountain

1890 Joseph Mountain

1893 William Carr

1895/6 Anthony Rylett

1898 Mrs Charlotte Horsepool [12 Sylvester Street ]

1900 Mrs Charlotte Horsepool

1901 Mrs Charlotte Horsepool

1902 Mrs Charlotte Horsepool

1903 William Chapman

1905 Henry Barrowcliffe

1910 George Crosby

1911 George Crosby

1912 George Crosby

1913 George Crosby

1916 George Crosby

1917 Charlie Stacey

1919/20 Charlie Stacey

1921 Charles Stacey

1922 Charles Stacey

1923 Charles V Stacey

1924 Charles V Stacey

1925 Charles V Stacey

1931 Henry Selby

1932 Henry Selby

1933 John Harry Thomas

1936 Albert Thomas N Barlow

1937 Thomas N Barlow

1938 Thomas N Barlow

1939 Thomas N Barlow

Picture Sheffield Image

Edited by madannie77
Picture Sheffield link repaired

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Albion

23 Adsett Street

Open 1860 Closed 1914 Span 54

Comments

Earlier

1901, John Cocks (1902) "Beerhouse"

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