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What shall we do with the Ball 28 Townhead Street.?

It has all the same names as the Golden Ball 10 Townhead Street & Campo Lane.

I've not come across a number 28 on my data.

I think they are one of the same. I've just spotted it because I've just posted these

to the A to Z.

The Golden Ball 10 Townhead Street & Campo Lane.

1876 , 79, Thomas Shaw

1887, 89, Henry Blanchard

1893 Thomas Hawksley

PS Also it has 1881 Thomas Shaw and the address as 6 Townhead Street

which it was before changing to 10.

Please post (here) your definitive listing for the Pubs combined, I'm over busy withChristmas Pub listing (I suspect Stuart will be busy too) - we can work around big, important updates but all other changes are locked out until the New Year.

Merry Christmas !

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ukelele lady

The George 19 Market Place And the George 70 Market Place seem one

of the same , they have all the same keepers but an address change about

1839. Unless it was rebuilt then.

But all to be done after our festivities, ho ho ho. :blink: :blink:

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The George 19 Market Place And the George 70 Market Place seem one

of the same , they have all the same keepers but an address change about

1839. Unless it was rebuilt then.

But all to be done after our festivities, ho ho ho. :blink::blink:

I've had such a good day I may be back chasing your updates by the weekend - they won't show up on my work until after Christmas you are right, but I'm only five days behind your updates and hopefully to be catching you up fast.

Gosh, I'm a hard task master !

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I've had such a good day I may be back chasing your updates by the weekend - they won't show up on my work until after Christmas you are right, but I'm only five days behind your updates and hopefully to be catching you up fast.

Gosh, I'm a hard task master !

Steady on there Richard , put that whip away. ;-)

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The Bodega.

This image makes me think Bodega was part of a chain of Pubs,

London, Birmingham, Liverpool,

Manchester ... is there any evidence that this was the case ?

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The Bodega.

This image makes me think Bodega was part of a chain of Pubs,

London, Birmingham, Liverpool,

Manchester ... is there any evidence that this was the case ?

(Posted for RichardB)

I've been in them in Spain too.lol :blink:

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Sorry this is a bit delayed VOX but I couldn't get to read your PM

and I can't get to send one either.

I didn't fill the Alexandra Holly Bush Street in because I was consentrating more on the

Sheffield area, so here goes.

The Alexandra 1 Holly Bush Street Parkgate.

1876 , 79 Aaron Cooper

1883 Joseph Drake

1888, 89, 93, 95, 96, 98, 1902, 03, 05, 07, 10, 12, 13, John Wray

1916, 17, Mrs Violetta Wray

1919, 20, 21, 22, John Bailey.

Updated to Ato B

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Crown

41 Carlisle Road

Open 1879 Closed Span

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1879 (White's) Henry Lee, Beerhouse (41 Carlisle Road)

1881 (Census) Henry Lee, Publican (41 Carlisle Road)

1881 (Kelly's) Henry Lee, Beer retailer (41 Carlisle Road)

1891 (Census) Esther Lee, Licensed Victualler, Crown Inn (41 Carlisle Road)

1893 (Kelly's) Esther Lee, Beer retailer (41 Carlisle Road)

1901 (Census) Herbert Tooley, Inn Keeper, Crown Inn (39 & 41 Carlisle Road)

1905 (White's) Herbert Tooley, beerhouse (41 Carlisle Road)

1911 (Census) Henry Alker, Licensed Holder under Allsopps Co Brewers, Burton On Trent (39 & 41 Carlisle Road)

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This is Crown Inn not just Crown. It closed early 70's and was Ind-Coope Brewery owned. Landlord of the Inn was the surname Goldsboro in early 50's and his daughter kept a large brown horse in the stables at the back.

Beech

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Hi I wonder if you can help, my great grandmother was married in 1884 and gave the ball inn pye bank road as her address, her father was called James Ward and she was Hannah Maria, do you know why they are not list from 1884 to 1887 after henry tingle? I would be very grateful for any help, my email is pwallis100@aol.com. Thanks

Ball/Blue Ball/Red Lion

8/25/52/61 Pye Bank (Bridgehouses)

Open 1822 Closed 1957, Span 135

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1822 (Baines') Jeremiah Ogden, victualler, Blue Ball (61 Pye Bank)

1825 (Gell's) Jeremiah Ogden, victualler, Ball (61 Pye Bank)

1828 (Blackwell's) Charles Eyre, victualler, Ball (Pye Bank)

1833 (White's) Charles Eyre, vict. Blue Ball (25 Pye Bank)

1834 [Pigots] Charles Eyre

1837 (White's) Charles Eyre, vict. Blue Ball (Pye Bank)

1839 (Robson's) Chas. Eyre, Blue Ball (52 Pye Bank)

1841 (Pigot's) Robert Hides, vict. Ball (52 Pye Bank)

1845 W. Best

1846 William Best (50 Pye Bank)

1849 (White's) Samuel Law, vict. Blue Ball (52 Pye Bank)

1851 Census Samuel Law, Publican (52 Bridgehouses)

1852 (White's) Samuel Law, victualler Blue Ball (52 Pye Bank)

1854 (Kelly's) William Fisher, Ball (52 Pye Bank)

1854 Elias Lowe

1856 (White's) Elias Lowe, vict. Blue Ball (52 Pye Bank)

1859 Samuel Timperley

1861 (Census) Samuel Timperley, publican (52 Bridgehouses)

1862 (White's) Samuel Timperley, vict. Ball (52 Pye Bank)

1863 [Whites ] Samuel Timperley

1864 [Whites ] Samuel Timperley

1865 [Kelly's] Samuel Timperley

1868[Whites] Helen Timperley

1871 (White's) Richard Southern, vict. Ball Inn (52 Pye Bank)

1876[Whites] Tom Timperley [ 8 Pye Bank ]

1879 (White's) Henry Tingle, victualler, Ball Inn (8 Pye Bank)

1881 (Census) Henry Tingle, Licensed Victualler (8 Pye Bank)

1881 (Kelly's) Henry Tingle, Ball Inn (8 Pye Bank)

1883[Whites] Henry Tingle

1887 [slaters] John Vernon [8 Pye Bank Bridgehouses]

1888 [Kelly's] John Vernon

1889 [Whites] John Vernon

1891 (Census) Frederick W Hill, Publican, Ball Inn (8 Pye Bank)

1893 (Kelly's) William Hind, vict. Ball Inn (8 Pye Bank)

1895/6 [Whites] Francis Alexandra

1898 [Whites] Arthur Leggoe

1901 (Census) George Hawley, publican (8 Pye Bank)

1902 [Whites] George Hawley

1903 [Whites] Mrs Mary Canham

1905 (White's) Noah Goulding jun, victualler, Ball Inn (8 Pye Bank)

1907{Whites]Edwin Bishop [8 Pitsmoor Road]

1910[Whites] Mrs Noah Goulding

1911 Mrs Noah Goulding

1912 [Whites] Elijah Frederick Norton [8 Pitsmoor Road]

1913 [Whites] Elijah Frederick Norton

1916 [Whites] Elijah Frederick Norton

1917 [Whites] Elijah Frederick Norton

1919/20 {Whites] Mrs Florence J Norton

1921 [Whites] Mrs Florence J Norton

1922 [Whites] Mrs Florence J Norton

1925 Thomas Garner

1948 Mrs Alice C Moor

Picture: http://www.picturesheffield.com/cgi-bin/pi...ff.refno=y01707

http://www.picturesheffield.com/cgi-bin/pi...ff.refno=y01706

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ukelele lady

Hi pwallis,

I know it can be frustrating when the very years you are looking for

are not there. The last time I searched at the library those years were

not available but someone somewhere will have them I'm sure.

Just keep checking the post, something will turn up.

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Hi I wonder if you can help, my great grandmother was married in 1884 and gave the ball inn pye bank road as her address, her father was called James Ward and she was Hannah Maria, do you know why they are not list from 1884 to 1887 after henry tingle? I would be very grateful for any help, my email is pwallis100@aol.com. Thanks

I've read UKL's reply and sent you a PM - if you are willing and able to supply copies of the documents you have then, as far as I can see they are Prime resources (BMD, Census) and therefore more valid than Directory entries (which as UKL says don't exist/are not available). NNo reason they can't be added with appropriate proof.

Thank you.

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Additional :

9th October 1809

At Sheffield, far advanced in age, Mrs Peech, relict of Mr Samuel P. of the Angel inn there, whom she survived only a few weeks.

First attachment : Public Advertiser (London) Thursday April 17th 1760

Second attachment : General Evening Post, London Thursday July 9th 1761

I also came across the attached, which I had filed with the line drawing of the Tontine Inn, so I thought that you might like to see this also.

Both of these line drawings are quite obviously part of a series prepared, possibly by the Shefield and Independant. Is this possibly, an as yet unidentified source perhaps?

Still not found what I was originally looking for though.

Kind regards;

U

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I also came across the attached, which I had filed with the line drawing of the Tontine Inn, so I thought that you might like to see this also.

Both of these line drawings are quite obviously part of a series prepared, possibly by the Shefield and Independant. Is this possibly, an as yet unidentified source perhaps?

Still not found what I was originally looking for though.

Kind regards;

U

Also added to the A-Z - thanks

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Baltic Inn

420 Effingham Road

Open 1833 or earlier, Closed Span

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1871 John Shooter (Beerhouse)

1948 Annie HarriettStarr

1951 William Thorpe

Picture Sheffield Link :

http://www.picturesheffield.com/cgi-bin/pi...ff.refno=s15214

My grandfather Thomas Thorpe and his wife Francis ran this pub in 1948, my parents lived there as my mother was his daughter and I was born there in 1948, he didnt run it for very long as he was ill, cant tell you the "from and to dates" as my mother at 85 cannot remember now. She would like a photo of the pub if anyone has one. Cheers Ray.

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History dude

Ball Inn Intake early 1980's.

Another pub connected to the Woodthorpe Hall estate. The orginal building was sold in July 1884 for £575!

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Brickmaker's Arms

21 Newhall Road

Open 1864 Closed Span

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1871 Henry Smith (Beerhouse)

1901 George McHattie (Beerhouse)

1911 George McHattie (Beerhouse)

1925 John White (Beerhouse)

1948 William Henry Gooney

1951 William Henry Gooney

1881 census Sarah Smith, Widow, Beerhouse keeper. Brickmakers

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1881 census Sarah Smith, Widow, Beerhouse keeper. Brickmakers

Thank you muchly Sueb and Welcome to SheffieldHistory. Do you remember her age please ?

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Blackstock

Blackstock Road, S2

Open Closed Span

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Earlier

The Blackstock isn't on Blackstock Road, its on Gleadless Road.

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The Blackstock isn't on Blackstock Road, its on Gleadless Road.

You'll be correct there Tozzin' and now so is the A-Z, Thank you.

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ukelele lady

Would the Brunswick be on ELLIN street or ELLIS street as I can't seem to

find an ELLEN street as on the A to Z. :mellow:

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ukelele lady

Would the Brunswick be on ELLIN street or ELLIS street as I can't seem to

find an ELLEN street as on the A to Z. :mellow:

Found these in the directory but it didn't give the name of a pub , just beerhouse.

1898 Thomas Hodgkinson

1903 Charles Copperswaith

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ukelele lady

Has anyone got the access to the 1871 census?

We have two names for the Alexandra 38 Furnival Road.

George Lofthouse and George Greaves.

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1971 ? Good grief ... <Faint, Swoon etc>

Has anyone got the access to the 1971 census?

We have two names for the Alexandra 38 Furnival Road.

George Lofthouse and George Greaves.

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