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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

Earlier Closed Span  - Buccaneer closed in 1973 due to the Grand Hotel being demolished & the site redeveloped as The Fountain Precinct Comments Modern - Landlady was Olga Marshall who then w

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The Blackamoors Head/Grey Horse the High St, I will be doing a W.T.E.T. of this old pub in the RETRO in a week or so and I wonder if anyone could help me with this letter "U" over one of the upper windows ,when I took the picture I was chatting to a chap I worked with so I didn't look at the photo until I put it in my P.C., it was then I noticed the letter, it could be that there may be different letters on the other upper windows, a re-visit is planned for Monday with my S.L.R. but in the meantime why the letter "U"? its not a horse shoe I can see that.

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Bramwell

99 Upper St Philips Road

Open 1871 Closed 1958 Span 87

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1871 George Swift (Beerhouse)

1891 Sarah Swift (Widow)

1923 Percy Crawshaw [ beer retailer only ]

1924 John W Crookes

1925 Arthur Howard

1929 Arthur Howard

1931 to 1933 Arthur Howard

1936 to 1939 Arthur Howard

1942 Arthur Howard

1944 William Speight

1948 Ernest Staniland [ beer retailer only ]

1951 John Kenneth Hayes

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Bramwell

99 Upper St Philips Road

Open 1871 Closed 1958 Span 87

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1871 George Swift (Beerhouse)

1891 Sarah Swift (Widow)

1923 Percy Crawshaw [ beer retailer only ]

1924 John W Crookes

1925 Arthur Howard

1929 Arthur Howard

1931 to 1933 Arthur Howard

1936 to 1939 Arthur Howard

1942 Arthur Howard

1944 William Speight

1948 Ernest Staniland [ beer retailer only ]

1951 John Kenneth Hayes

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Bramwell

99 Upper St Philips Road

Open 1871 Closed 1958 Span 87

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1871 George Swift (Beerhouse)

1891 Sarah Swift (Widow)

1923 Percy Crawshaw [ beer retailer only ]

1924 John W Crookes

1925 Arthur Howard

1929 Arthur Howard

1931 to 1933 Arthur Howard

1936 to 1939 Arthur Howard

1942 Arthur Howard

1944 William Speight

1948 Ernest Staniland [ beer retailer only ]

1951 John Kenneth Hayes

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John Goodacre, beer retailer, 733-735 Chesterfield Road - White's 1911 and 1919, Kelly's 1925.

And Kelly's (Derbyshire) 1912.

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John Goodacre, beer retailer, 733-735 Chesterfield Road - White's 1911 and 1919, Kelly's 1925.

A-Z updated.

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Crosspool Tavern

468 Manchester Road Crosspool

Open 1824 Closed Span

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1824 Joseph Sarson

1849 Mrs Sarah Sarson (beerhouse)

1852 Mrs Sarah Sarson (beerhouse)

1871 Mrs Sarah Sarson (Beerhouse)

1932 Mrs Sarah Ann Ellis

1933 Mrs Sarah Ann Ellis

1936 to 1939 Albert Carter

1942 Albert Carter

1944 Albert Carter

1948 Albert Carter

1951 Malcolm Stoakes

Photo � Dave Milner

http://www.flickr.com/photos/23112312@N08/...l-sheffieldpubs by J H Crawshaw

This from Wikipedia :

The Crosspool Tavern (469 Manchester Rd.).

The first Crosspool Tavern had originally been Mr. Joseph Sarson's cottage and workshop. He died shortly after its conversion to a tavern in 1824. The property remained in the family for over 100 year's, and Joseph's widow ran the premises until the mid 1870s.

It became a meeting place for the district and had its own skittle alley.

The tavern was totally rebuilt in 1930 and the last member of the Sarson family to run it retired in 1935, having held the license for 40 years.

A correction to the Wikipedia information:

Joseph Sarson didn't die until the first quarter of 1843. In 1838 he got off a charge of allowing card playing on Christmas Day:

And he was on the 1841 census, carrying on the trade of scale presser, the beer-house a secondary occupation?:

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Thank you Edmund. Can't help thinking that 1871-1932 is one heck of a big gap that requires attention at some point.

A correction to the Wikipedia information:

Joseph Sarson didn't die until the first quarter of 1843. In 1838 he got off a charge of allowing card playing on Christmas Day:

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William Sarson, Beerhouse, Crosspool, 1864-65 Burgess Rolls.

Does nothing to close the big gap, but maybe suggests William, might be a relative "chipping-in" before moving on to other work ?? Needs 1861, 1871 and 1881 Census work methinks.

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Making NO CLAIMS for this one; just chucking it in, in case the name leads us anywhere .....

Sl. Lovell, beer retailer and cowkeeper, just past Lydgate Lane (1893).

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Thank you Edmund. Can't help thinking that 1871-1932 is one heck of a big gap that requires attention at some point.

Manchester Road (Kelly's 1925).

458 Straw Horace T. fruiterer

460 Eyre John Hy. sen. boot repr

...... Lydgate lane & Crosspool .....

Ellis George, beer retailer

Blackwell Mrs. Eliza Ann, shopkeeper

Bly Hy.blacksmth. (Stephen hi)

Stephen Hill

Ellis George, beerhouse, Manchester Rd. Cross Pool

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Right-o here goes:

see this : Sheff History Crosspool Tavern see post 90

1851 - Sarah Sarson (son William there):

1861 - Sarah Sarson (son William there):

1871 - Sarah Sarson (no William):

Sarah Sarson died aged 89 on 21st November 1873. Her daughter Ann (b1825) married William Chappell

In 1880 Sarah's grand-daughter (via Ann), Lucy Alice Chappell re-married to Samuel Lovell (also a widower), they were running the pub in 1881:

Sam and Lucy still there in 1891:

By 1911 Sam Lovell had moved to the Plough, he died on 12th February 1927, still at the Plough, leaving £1458 15s 5d.

In 1935 - the final grand-daughter of Joseph and Sarah, sister of Lucy Alice, a Mrs Sarah Ann Ellis (b 1856 daughter of Ann Chappell) retired from the pub and the continuity finished. Mrs Ellis had held the licence for forty years. She had been married to George Ellis, named as landlord in White's directory 1911 and Kelly's in 1925. A third sister (not sure which) had previous to Sarah Ann Ellis held the licence for three years.

I worked in the kitchens at the Tavern from 1974 - 1977, it was run by Pete and Barbara Merry when I started and when I left Ray ? and his wife - he used to do the flower arrangements and his wife used to shift the barrels about. I'm sure it's not related but:

Crosspool Tavern Pub News - 01/9/2006
"The Crosspool Tavern pub and restaurant on Manchester Road was fined £5,000 in August after Sheffield City Council health protection officers took legal action over its dirty kitchens. The pub's owner, Mitchells and Butler Retail Ltd, pleaded guilty at Sheffield Magistrates' Court to the charges. The pub's manager and kitchen staff have been now all been replaced"

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ukelele lady

I've searched high and low for this Bull's Head Inn , South Street and thinking it may go under a different name.

Any ideas or have I missed it?

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I've searched high and low for this Bull's Head Inn , South Street and thinking it may go under a different name.

Any ideas or have I missed it?

Jeffcock Horatio Wm. beerhouse, Heeley Bridge, (1856).

Bull's Head, Horatio Jeffcock, 2 Duke street. (1862).

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Jeffcock Horatio Wm. beerhouse, Heeley Bridge, (1856).

Bull's Head, Horatio Jeffcock, 2 Duke street. (1862).

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ukelele lady

Thanks Steve , just checked the Bulls Head 2 Duke Street on the A to Z and Horatio W Jeffcock

was there 1859 to 1863 .

It most likely had two addresses as they seem to do if they were on a corner.

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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

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

1949 to 1951 George Sutcliffe. 1951 to 1954 George Sutcliffe (Jnr)

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1949 to 1951 George Sutcliffe. 1951 to 1954 George Sutcliffe (Jnr)

The A-Z of pubs was based on information up to the year 1950, but we will add these to the list.

Thank you for the update.

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theimposter1979
On 29 March 2008 at 0:51 AM, dobberd said:

Atlas
274 Savile Street S4
Open 1854 Closed 1951 Span 97
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1854 Joseph Hobson
1856 Joseph Hobson [ 56 New Savile Street ]
1862 to 1865 S.H.Rowe [ 52 Savile Street East]
1868 S.H.Rowe [ 52 Savile Street East ]
1871 Charles Milnes
1876 Peter Ellis
1879 William Nowlan [276 Savile Street]
1881 William Nowland
1883 William Robinson
1887 to 1891 Philip Osborne [274 Savile Street]
1893 Harry H Stamp [New Savile Street ]
1895-6 Harry H Stamp [ 278 New Savile Street]
1898 Harry H Stamp
1900 to 1903 Harry H Stamp
1905 Harry H Stamp
1907 Arthur McCabe
1910 to 1913 Arthur McCabe
1916 Arthur McCabe
1917 Horace Albert Hogarth
1919 to 1922 Horace Albert Hogarth
1923 F Roberts
1924 George F Roberts
1925 Alfred Bromley
1929 Alfred Bromley
1931 to 1933 Alfred Bromley
1936 to 1939 Alfred Bromley
1942 Alfred Bromley
1944 Alfred Bromley
1948 Frank Wolstenholme [278 Saville Street]
1951 Alfred James Brooks

Do we know this shut in '51 or are we going on the standard cut off?

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