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Please find attached a picture of the customers outside the Burlington Hotel. Cecil Strutt (my uncle) is seated in the centre of the main front Row. Two to his right is my Grandfather.

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ukelele lady

Thank you for letting us view your pictures Nigel.

Have you got a date for this one outside the Burlington?

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Thank you for letting us view your pictures Nigel.

Have you got a date for this one outside the Burlington?

I will get on to my Dad to see if he has any knowledge of when it was taken. Nigel

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ukelele lady

Alexandra 11-13 Furnival Road and Alexandra Exchange Street , same?

Alexandra Furnival Road from 1868 until 1922 last keeper Wille Oates.

Alexandra Exchange Street starts from 1923 with Willis Oates, continuation?

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Does anyone know what this building used to be on Attercliffe Common?

It is on the A to Z as Arena Square [thanks to dunsbyowl ]but it does look like an old building.

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Yes, indeed.

Alexandra 11-13 Furnival Road and Alexandra Exchange Street , same?

Alexandra Furnival Road from 1868 until 1922 last keeper Wille Oates.

Alexandra Exchange Street starts from 1923 with Willis Oates, continuation?

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Does anyone know what this building used to be on Attercliffe Common?

It is on the A to Z as Arena Square [thanks to dunsbyowl ]but it does look like an old building.

Its a newish build building, late 90's I think.

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Has anyone got the access to the 1871 census? We have two names for the Alexandra 38 Furnival Road. George Lofthouse and George Greaves.

Problem solved .

Inlaws staying with them.

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ukelele lady

Yes, indeed.

Looking at the pictures we have of the Alexandra I think another one must have

been built later in years. The first picture of the Alexandra Furnival Road is not

on a corner , it looks entirely different.

If so what year was it replaced? You would think I would have better things

to do this time of year wouldn't you ? :unsure:

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Previous to 1865 it was originally the Manchester, Lincolnshire and Sheffield Railway inn.

I've looked at the maps and I would suggest new build in the same place, or at least extension and new frontage, but the pub hasn't moved as such, but the surrounding places were demolished to make room for Castlegate.

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Google Street view pic.

There is deffo an older part to the back of the building and I would suggest new frontage looking at this pic. I would say the rounded frontage was added in the 20's to fit with the construction of Castlegate.

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Previous to 1865 it was originally the Manchester, Lincolnshire and Sheffield Railway inn.

I've looked at the maps and I would suggest new build in the same place, or at least extension and new frontage, but the pub hasn't moved as such, but the surrounding places were demolished to make room for Castlegate.

1890's overlay,

I would say that no remains of any of the five PH's exists today.

link to Flash Earth

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Hmmm point taken steve, I was using the positioning of the alley way at the side, but now realise its quite way back.

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Great work Steve, no idea how you do that, but, it's impressive. Thanks.

1890's overlay,

I would say that no remains of any of the five PH's exists today.

link to Flash Earth

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ukelele lady

I think the Britannia Broad Lane and the Fox & Duck Broad Lane was one of the same sometime or other.

Here's how it looks

The Fox & Duck 50 Broad Lane

1828 John Poole

Then a gap up to 1845, in the mean time.

The Britannia 101 Boad Lane

1833 to 1837 John Poole

1839 James Ibbotson [ change of number to 50 Broad Lane ]

1841 Richard Merrington

No more keepers found until 1845 at 50 Broad Lane

under the Fox & Duck

Also they are never both printed together in the same book.

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Bird in Hand [ beer retailer only ]

49 Broughton Lane

Open 1861 Closed Span

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Earlier

1871 John Crookes (Beerhouse)

1937 George William Barthorpe

1938 George William Barthorpe

1939 George William Barthorpe

1942 George William Barthorpe

1944 George William Barthorpe

1948 Alfred Homer

1951 Frank Hill

Does anyone know when the Bird in Hand closed?

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Still listed in 1957 - any advance please ?

Does anyone know when the Bird in Hand closed?

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Still listed in 1957 - any advance please ?

I think my grandparents and mum and dad went in there up to the 70s I think though I can't be more accurate than that I'm afraid.

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History dude

Various graves.

Former Landlord and Landlady of the Ball Inn Intake burried at Gleadless Christ Church.

And Fred Storey and his wife who was landlord at the Elm Tree Inn.

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madannie77

Added four Picture Sheffield links for Cross Scythes on Derbyshire Lane and corrected a spelling: George Mathews, landlord in 1890 and 1891 was my great great grandfather and spelled his surname with one "t".

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