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Yellow Lion

High Street . Apperknowle, Dronfield

Open 1876 Closed Span

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1876 Godfrey Ward

1879 Tom Brittain

1883 Godrey Ward

1887 Thomas Oliver

1890 Thomas Oliver

1893 Thomas Oliver

1901 to 1903 Francis Reed

1905 Willis Green

1907 Henry W Lowcock

1910 to 1913 Henry W Lowcock

1916 - 17 Henry W Lowcock

1919 to 1921 Henry W Lowcock

1922 Joseph Critchlow

1923 William Butler

1937 -38 William Butler

1942 William Butler

1944 William Butler

1948 George Slack

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Yellow Lion
1 Coal Pit Lane
Open 1736 Closed Span
Comments became Cambridge Arms, now Cambridge Street
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1818 (pigots) John Shaw

1822 Elizabeth Shaw
1825 Elizabeth Shaw
1828-30 Elizabeth Shaw [ 12 Coal Pit Lane ]
1833 -4 Elizabeth Shaw
1837 E Shaw
1839 Elizabeth Shaw
1841 A Newton [Whites ] [ 1 Coal Pitt Lane ]
1841 Alfred Shaw [ Pigot's ]
1845 -6 John Chicken
1849 John Chicken
1851 -2 John Chicken
1854 John Chicken
1856 John Chicken
1859 John Chicken
1862 John Cooke (123 Barker Pool and 1 Coalpit Lane)
1863 John Cooke [1 Cambridge Street]

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Yeomanry Hotel

32 Norfolk Street

Open 1833 Closed 1896 Span 63

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1881 Harriet Pilch

1889 Alfred Benjamin Brown

1893 Benjamin Alfred Brown

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Yew Tree

234 Holmley Lane Coal Aston

Open 1898 Closed Span

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1898 Mrs William Taylor

1900 to 1903 Mrs Elizabeth Taylor

1905 Mrs Elizabeth Bennett

1907 Mrs Elizabeth Bennett

1910 to 1913 James Bennett

1916 Miss Mabel Bennett

1917 Harry Cartledge

1919 - 20 Harry Cartledge

1921 to 1925 Vincent Cartledge

1929 Frederick Guyler

1931 William Cartledge

1937 -38 Willis Watson

1942 Willis Watson

1944 Willis Watson

1948 Willis Watson

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Yew Tree
Loxley New Road , Malin Bridge
Open 1825 Closed Span 186
Comments Mentioned in Sheffield Flood documents.
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1825 S Middleton
1828 - 30 Benjamin Shaw
1833 -4 Benjamin Shaw
1841 Benjamin Shaw
1845 -6 Benjamin Shaw
1849 Benjamin Shaw
1851 - 2 Benjamin Shaw
1854 Benjamin Shaw
1856 Benjamin Shaw
1861 - 2 Benjamin Shaw (Wadsley Bottom)
1865 Benjamin Shaw
1871 Benjamin Shaw
1876 Thomas Shaw
1879 Thomas Shaw
1881 Thomas Shaw
1883 Thomas Shaw
1887 to 1891 Thomas Shaw
1893 Thomas Shaw
1895 -6 Thomas Shaw
1898 Mrs Hannah Shaw
1900 -01 Mrs Hannah Shaw (Loxley New Road)
1902 -03 John William Ibbotson
1905 John William Ibbotson
1907 John William Ibbotson
1910 to 1913 John William Ibbotson
1916 -17 John William Ibbotson
1919 to 1925 John William Ibbotson
1929 John William Ibbotson
1931 John William Ibbotson
1933 Thomas Richard Johnson
1936 to 1939 Mrs Edith Johnson
1942 Mrs Edith Johnson
1944 Mrs Edith Johnson
1948 Mrs Edith Shepherd
1951 Mrs Edith Shepherd

Picture Sheffield Image

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Yew Tree Inn

147 Hollinsend Road, Intake

Open 1929 Closed Span

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1929 Willis Craig

1931 Willis craig

1932 -33 Lindley White

1936 to 1939 Lindley White

1942 Lindley White

1944 George Clarke

1948 Harry Crimmins

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York Hotel

247 Fulwood Road

Open 1854 Closed Span

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1854 Joseph Hield

1856 Joseph Hield

1859 Joseph Hield [broomhill ]

1861 to 1863 Joseph Hield [broomhill ]

1868 Henry Hague

1871 Mrs Amelia Hague [ 247 Fulwood Road]

1876 Mrs Amelia Hague [ Executors of]

1879 Thomas Hawley

1881 Thomas Hawley

1883 Thomas Hawley

1887 Thomas Hawley

1888 to 1890 Miss Sarah Hawley [ 247 Fulwood Road ]

1893 Sarah Hawley

1895 -6 Sarah hawley

1898 Sarah Hawley

1900 to 1903 John Clark [ 247 Fulwood Road ]

1905 John Clark

1907 Miss Maude Askew

1910 -11 William Edward Sharman

1912 -13 James C Bosworth

1916 -17 John Clark

1919 - 20 John Clark

1921 to 1923 Horace James Webb [ 247 Fulwood Road ]

1924 -25 Frederick Battison

1929 Mrs Mary A Allen

1931 to 1933 Mrs Mary A Allen

1936 to 1938 Harry Brown

1939 Percy Scholey

1942 Percy Scholey

1944 Percy Scholey

1948 Percy Scholey

1951 Percy Scholey

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York House

20 Nag's Head Court

Open 1822 Closed Span

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1822 John Harwood

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Yorkshire Clown

24 Paradise Square

Open 1830 Closed 1893 Span 63

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Yorkshire Cricketers
97 Pea Croft
Open 1830 Closed 1895 Span 62
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1830 Thomas Marsden
1833 Thomas Day
1834 William Wragg

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1830 update

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Yorkshire Grey
69 Charles Street

See "Minerva"

Picture Sheffield Link

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Yorkshire Man/Yorkshireman's Arms/Lion's Lair

31 Burgess Street

Open 1796 Closed Span 212

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1845 W. Hill

1846 John Wainwright

1849 W Hill

1852 W Hill

1854 William Brumby

1856 William Brumby

1859 William Brumby

1862 to 1865 Hannah Brumby

1868 J Ratcliffe

1871 Mrs Ann Ratcliff

1876 Joseph Davis

1879 Charles W Nichol

1881 Charles William Nichol

1883 Charles W Nichol

1887 William Wallis

1888 William Wallis

1889 Frederick Palfreyman

1890 Abram Davy

1893 William Mettham

1895 -6 John Worthington

1898 Mrs Caroline Worthington

1900 to 1903 Mrs Caroline Worthington

1905 Mrs Caroline Worthington

1907 Mrs Caroline Worthington

1910 to 1913 Mrs Caroline Worthington

1916 -17 Riley Stothard

1919 - 22 Riley Stothard

1923 to 1925 Thomas H Crawshaw

1929 Thomas H Crawshaw

1931 to 1933 Thomas H Crawshaw

1936 to 39 Thomas H Crawshaw

1942 Thomas H Crawshaw

1944 Thomas H Crawshaw

1948 Thomas H Crawshaw

1951 Thomas H Crawshaw

1881 Census Image

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Yorkshire Stingo

50 Division Street

Open 1833 Closed Span

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1833 -4 Henry Duke

1837 James Richmond

1841 William Pearce

1845 -6 Soloman Perkin

1849 Henry Watson

1852 Henry Watson

1854 Edward Turner (died 12/1/1854, Consumption, aged 40)

1856 J Dixon

1959 John Richardson

1862 to 1865 Henry Saville

1868 Henry Saville

1870 Jonathan Wragg

1871 Wilson Priest

1876 Wilson Priest

1879 Wilson Priest

1881 William Priest (listed as Wilson Priest in 1881 census)

1883 Mrs Hannah Naylor

1887 John Gascoyne

1888 to 1890 Mrs Sarah Ann Marshall

1893 Mrs Sarah Ann Marshall

1895 -6 Miss Sarah Marshall

1898 Jeremiah Edgar

1900 -01 Mrs Harriett Edgar

1902 -03 William James John

1905 William James John

1907 John Bell

1910 Joseph Richardson

1911 Alexandra Eccles

1912 -13 Thomas McNamara

1916 -17 William Henry West

1919 to 1922 William Henry West

1923 to 1925 Albert A Chadwick

Picture Sheffield link

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Young Street Tavern

162 Young Street

Open Closed Span

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"Z" Pubs - none

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Victoria

42 Jericho Street

Open 1852 Closed Span

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1841

1852 Joshua Askham

1854 Joshua Askham

1871 Elizabeth Machin

1881 Henry Newton (56 Jericho Street)

1901 Henry Wardle

1905 John Booth (56 Jericho Street)

1911 Ives Wagstaff

1925 William Osmond Wall

1948 Arthur M Fox

1951 George Frederick White

As it says in the brackets above the address was, 56 Jericho St, not 42, I used to live there, my father was George Frederick White.

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Hi

Viaduct Inn 108 Corby Street.

On a 1891 census printout I have with my ancester a servant there, it gives the publican's name as

Richard Untum or Unturn and his wife Emma. :blink:

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Wellington

78 Macro Street

Open 1871 Closed Span

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1871 Martin Bohan (Beerhouse)

Check out references to "Pub on Macro Street" on Sheffield Forum, with especial regard to Charles Brookes, who was landlord for many years. It may have closed sometime in the early 1930s, and later it was run by Beatrice Easy as a lodging house.

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You have the Watermans Rest as being run by George A Pearson in 1871 but he was only 15 and it was run by his mother, Mary Pearson. :)

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Viaduct Inn

108 Corby Street

Open 1871 Closed 1930 Span 59

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1871 William Reynolds (Beerhouse)

On a family census print-out I have states the publican as Richard Ansturn or Unsturn in 1891.

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Woodthorpe Arms

102 Mansfield Road, Intake

Open 1881

Closed and demolished 2007

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1881 Fred Cartledge

1905 Joseph R Payley

1911 Frederick Exton

1919 Frederick Exton

1925 Frederick Exton

1948 Kingsford Peach

1951 Fred Hall

I sampled my first pint of Whitbread Trophy in the Woodthorpe Arms circa 1974. It was a good pint too. The landlord was a dark haired tall upright man of serious demeanour. Me, dad and my uncle whiled away a couple of leisurely hours in there on a saturday evening while mum and auntie went down to the birley bingo club. So good was the ale that I often tried to steer my mates into there rather than head down into the city centre, but to little avail. Sadly now its flats, but happy memries of my first soujourns into the adult world.

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Tankard Inn

1 Stocks Hill, Ecclesfield

Open 1825 Closed Span

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1825 John Roebuck

1833 Richard Senior

1881 Mrs Jane Cook

1901 Joseph Henry Minear

1905 Moses Yeardley (Ye Olde Tankard Inne)

1911 Moses Yeardley

1948 Thomas Edward Houghton

1951 Thomas Edward Houghton

My great great grandfather, Charles Cooke, was the Publican at The Tankard in 1871. His wife Jane took it over in 1878 when Charles died. I'm attaching two older photos of The Tankard: one taken in 1962 and the other undated, but possibly earlier.

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My great great grandfather, Charles Cooke, was the Publican at The Tankard in 1871. His wife Jane took it over in 1878 when Charles died. I'm attaching two older photos of The Tankard: one taken in 1962 and the other undated, but possibly earlier.

The car is the right hand picture looks like a Rover 2000, so later than 62, though could be not too much later as production was from 63.

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My great great grandfather, Charles Cooke, was the Publican at The Tankard in 1871. His wife Jane took it over in 1878 when Charles died. I'm attaching two older photos of The Tankard: one taken in 1962 and the other undated, but possibly earlier.

Welcome to the site and thank you for the information you have supplied, we will update the main record.

Despite our best efforts the Pubs thread is actually poor when it comes to Census information - anyone find a Publican/Victualler/Beerhouse keeper we would appreciate a posting, our 12,500 known Publicans come from Trade directories and newspapers in the main. You don't know how welcome your posting is Joy - because it means other people are looking and are willing to post the information they find; even people you are not related to are welcome additions.

Anyone finding a Pub in the census; either check against our lists or post the information (Census images gratefully received).

Great that you've posted pictures of the place too, Many Thanks.

We started with the aim to make this listing the best of what there is, I think we achieved that and now, with help from people like you, we aim to make it better, with more pictures (links only to SheffieldHistory please) and more accurate information than is available anywhere else.

I've been at this for 20 months or so and I've never come across Charles Cooke - he must have slipped though the trades directories - so 1 point to you :rolleyes:

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