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1 hour ago, theimposter1979 said:

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

The "Closed, Span" used on here was in reference to data submitted, not to pub closure.

Edit: sorry just read your question.

 

Edited by SteveHB

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On 28 March 2008 at 8:54 PM, dobberd said:

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

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Hi- Have we got any confirmation this shut in '92 I have seen other references to it closing in 1974 which would make more sense...?

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re The Albion, 4 Mitchell Street
(SH Link)

The entry says this was open in 1835, but the following suggests otherwise...

Sheffield and Rotherham Independent 28 Aug 1852
1852-08-28 Ind Albion - licence.JPG

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Thanks for the update Hugh. I'll check my data, if I can't find any proof to the contrary, I'll update the original data. Always willing to be proven wrong with supporting evidence. That was kind of the original plan, Tsavo and me worked on my data for nearly a year then thought "we could carry on like this forever, or post the lot and hope people will understand it's not a work of 100% accuracy, more this is what we think, what do you think ?"

 

Now updated to 1851.

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Rightie-ho. Mitchell Street existed in 1849, but no sign of a boozer or indeed Mr Allen.

 

John Allen, springknife manufacturer and beerhouse, 4 Mitchell Street is however shown in 1852 directory, which to my mind means 1851 (since directory data is collated prior to the publication year).

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Provide the evidence about The Albert please Mr Imposter and we'll have a rethink. Though it was originally posted by Dobberd, he (and Tsavo) were doing me a favour. I'm to blame ...

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On 03/04/2008 at 07:46, RichardB said:

Cannon Spirit Vaults / Castle Wine Vaults

30 Castle Street

Open 1774 Closed Span 234

Comments now The Cannon

Earlier

 

1837 J Whaley (Spirit Vaults)

1845 Sarah Bunting (Vaults)

1851 to 1854 William Naylor

1856 William Naylor

1861 to 1864 William Naylor

1868 William Naylor

1871 William Naylor

1876 William F Gillott

1879 Richard Darwent [ Castle Wine Vaults ]

1881 Richard Darwent

1883 Henry Beck

1887 John Tym [ Castle Wine Vaults, 30 Castle Street ]

1889 Mrs Ann Tym

1890 Richard Marshall

1895 -6 R. Marshall [ Castle Wine Vaults, 30 Castle Street ]

1898 Frederick Alcock [ Castle Wine Vaults ]

1900 to 1903 Henry Beaumont (Castle Wine Vaults)

1905 Vernon H Ryde

1907 Nathaniel Mawby [ Cannon Spirit Vaults, 30 Castle Street ]

1910 to 1913 Fred Evans Stones [ Cannon Spirit Vaults ]

1916 Arthur Jackson [ Cannon ]

1917 Arthur Jackson

1919 to 1925 Arthur Jackson [ Cannon ]

1929 Arthur Jackson

1933 Arthur Jackson

1936 to 1939 John Frederick Garnett

1942 John Frederick Garnett

1944 John Frederick Garnett

1948 Thomas Benjamin Bolton

1951 John Arthur Bradley

 

Picture Sheffield Image

 

1851 census image - William Naylor

Advertising postcard on Ebay pertaining to the 1905 entry Cannon Hotel -  Vernon H. Ryde.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/383203986868?_trksid=p1.c100423.m3621&_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIM.MBE%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20160928093218%26meid%3D0bd60a7038c94509bc8f5317bc23a199%26pid%3D100423%26rk%3D4%26rkt%3D4%26b%3D1%26sd%3D392465102312%26itm%3D383203986868%26pmt%3D0%26noa%3D1%26pg%3D1&ul_noapp=true

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cannon_hotel.jpg

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