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1893 Turf Tavern Handsworth John Salmon

1893 Turf Tavern 26 Watson's Walk George Sawtell

Updated, Thank you.

[Watson's Walk Turf Tavern is listed under Waterloo Turf Tavern.]

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Wellington Inn

124 Carlisle Road

1960 Bill Boddington

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Wellington Inn

124 Carlisle Road

1960 Bill Boddington

Updated, Thank you Vox.

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Wagon and Horses/Waggon and Horses

Market Place, Chapeltown

Open 1825 Closed Span

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1825 James Barton (Waggon and Horses)

1861 George Deighton

1881 Joseph Fox

1901 William Major

1905 William Major

1911 James Wetherall

1948 Patrick McSweeney

1951 William Francis Nolan

Picture Sheffield link added :

http://www.picturesheffield.com/cgi-bin/pi...ff.refno=s21718

Wagon and Horses/Waggon and Horses

Market Place, Chapeltown

I think my Great Great Great Grandfather John Depledge (1791-1846) was the Innkeeper here in 1834, also in 1841 where he is mentioned as an Innkeeper in his son George's marriage certificate. He died 14 Feb 1847 as a "Licensed Victualler" in Chapeltown.

"Waggon and Horses, John Depledge, Chapel Town" ----John was an Innkeeper

Source: "Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for ECCLESFIELD in Pigot's Directory of 1834"

His wife Fanny Barton (1791-1848) was the daughter of James Barton, probably the sames James Barton who ran the pub in 1825!

I would be interested if you have any more information.

janebegg@blueyonder.co.uk

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Wagon and Horses/Waggon and Horses

Market Place, Chapeltown

I think my Great Great Great Grandfather John Depledge (1791-1846) was the Innkeeper here in 1834, also in 1841 where he is mentioned as an Innkeeper in his son George's marriage certificate. He died 14 Feb 1847 as a "Licensed Victualler" in Chapeltown.

"Waggon and Horses, John Depledge, Chapel Town" ----John was an Innkeeper

Source: "Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for ECCLESFIELD in Pigot's Directory of 1834"

His wife Fanny Barton (1791-1848) was the daughter of James Barton, probably the sames James Barton who ran the pub in 1825!

I would be interested if you have any more information.

janebegg@blueyonder.co.uk

Welcome to the site JaneBegg

We ask for four things to be included in the list(s)

A name, a Pub, a Street/District and a year(s) - you have filled all four quite nicely. Thank you for the precise source reference.

You mention a marriage certificate, a copy of that would be greatly appreciated (if you are able/willing).

Depledge is mentioned on this site somewhere ... will look.

so we are looking for a marriage between Fanny Barton and John Depledge, and a death of Depledge in 1847.

Thank you for your input once again.

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It may take a while, but, great changes are about to take place with our pub listing - a clickable A-Z ("W" may take a while) lol

If you have a copy of the marriage certificate you could be the first person to use our new email address !!! SheffieldHistory@Gmail.com

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Wagon and Horses/Waggon and Horses

Market Place, Chapeltown

I think my Great Great Great Grandfather John Depledge (1791-1846) was the Innkeeper here in 1834, also in 1841 where he is mentioned as an Innkeeper in his son George's marriage certificate. He died 14 Feb 1847 as a "Licensed Victualler" in Chapeltown.

The 1841 census also has John Depledge, Inn Keeper, Chapeltown

(Class: HO107; Piece 1327; Book: 6; Civil Parish: Ecclesfield; County: Yorkshire; Enumeration District: 4; Folio: 6; Page: 4; Line: 13; GSU roll: 464276.)

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Victoria Hotel

237 High Street, Attercliffe

Open 1881 Closed Span

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1881 Edward Rhodes

1861 John Rhodes?

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White Hart

Greenhill

Main record updated: 1849 Thomas Wilson

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Richard, on the Tontine list you said you once had the names of landlords

up to 1911, what happened to them?

Here's a few whats not on the list

1839 William Lyon Bickley

1883 Thomas William Blair

1888 Joseph William Longley

1893 Rd [Rodney?] Ford

Also for 1833 I have the same as you William L Bickley but printed

underneath as the same address is Tontine Tap, Thomas Ball.

Could this be another part of the pub ran by Mr Ball?

The Tontine was demolished in 1849/50 to make way for XXXXXXX XXXXXX (fill in the blank ...) so anything beyond that date refers to something else, certainly not the old coaching inn.

I have Thomas Ball in 1833; assume he's running the Tap Room rather than the main bar and the rest of the business.

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Here's a few whats not on the list

1787 James Watson [ Bullflake ]

1883 Thomas Ball [ Tontine Tap ]

1839 William Lyon Bickley

1883 Thomas William Blair

1887 Thomas William Blair

1888 Joseph William Longley

1889 Joseph Longley

1893 Richard Ford

Udated to the A to Z

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Udated to the A to Z

Beyond 1849/50 it's not possible, the Tontine was demolished, the Markets were built over the top of the site by the Duke of Norfolk

March 1st.

Tontine Hotel Sheffield began to be taken down, room for the New Markets.

Demolition of the Tontine Hotel.

(from the Sheffield Times March 9th 1850)

"The famous old Tontine of glorious memory, is alas! hastening to annihilation, under the ruthless weapons of an array of Goths & Vandals, in the shape of Irish labourers, and in the space of a few days the place that once renew it will know it no more. Adieu, old friend! No marble tablet need there be to keep thy memory green".

"The Castle Barns Contemporaneously with the demolition of the Tontine, the ancient building on the opposite side of Barn Street is being pulled down to make way for the New Markets. It may not be uninteresting to mention, that this structure was, as its name imports, one of the domestic oppurtences to Sheffield Castle, and is, we believe, the last remaining fragment in that locality which can be said to have been coeval with the Castle itself. Its ponderous skeleton of oak, suggests the idea that it was erected when timber was of comparatively small value".

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I have mentioned previously another place called the Tontine, but not on this site.

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Taken from the Sheffield Directory 1787 [ Gales & Martin ]

Tontine Inn Bullflake James Watson

This is what I posted in April last year, I believe Jeremy also mentioned this one.

It seems it must be from the first Tontine at Bullflake .

I'll try and find some other landlords of the same era and address.

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This is what I posted in April last year, I believe Jeremy also mentioned this one.

It seems it must be from the first Tontine at Bullflake .

I'll try and find some other landlords of the same era and address.

The curse of the "long S", that would be Bullstake ... i.e. Haymarket (Old)

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The curse of the "long S", that would be Bullstake ... i.e. Haymarket (Old)

Ha lol yes I remember now from the archives, the long S.

I should have known better.

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Ha lol yes I remember now from the archives, the long S.

I should have known better.

Catchef everyone at fome time or other !

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Yellow Lion Coal Pit Lane

1839 Elizabeth Shaw

1841 Alfred Newton

1859 John Chicken

1863 John Cooke [1 Cambridge St]

updated to A to Z

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<br>From Roy Davey 'Pubs &amp; People' Another of our little pubs with an enigmatic name was to be found on Clun Street in the Burngreave district: it was called the Why Not. This pub was one of those which received a new name in the wave of exultation arising from a stroke of good fortune enjoyed by the landlord indulging in the Sport of Kings. The horse called Why Not won the Grand National steeplechase in 1894 it was ridden by a jockey called Gatland and it was owned by Mr J Widger.'<br>
<br><br><b>Aintree Grand National 1894</b><br> "Why Not" moved up two places from third in 1893 to first in 1894 and both times he was ridden by <b>Arthur Nightingall</b> who had won in 1890. Arthur joined the small club of dual winners when the pair who were pre-race favourites at 5-1 won ahead of 13 other horses as yet another small field turned out at Aintree.<br><br><a href="http://the-grand-national.co.uk/history/1890/" class="bbc_url" title="External link" rel="nofollow external">Source</a><br><br>In the race Wild Man From Borneo put up a brave performance and was

up with the leader for all of the race. In the closing stages of the

race there were three horses that pulled away from the field, Wild Man

From Borneo, Lady Ellen II and the previous years third place the very

smart 13 year old Why Not. <br><br>As they approached the second last Why Not

took the lead but Joe got his horse to give a little more and Wild Man

From Borneo got the better of Why Not and again took the lead.

But Why Not was not beaten yet he fought back in the closing

stages to again take the lead and went a length up and the fast

finishing Lady Ellen II was also closing on the two of them. <br><br>At the tape

Why Not was the one and a half lengths the winner and Joe and Wild Man

From Borneo were passed on the line by Lady Ellen II and had to settle

for third place.<br><br><h3>1894 Why Not</h3>

Owner : Capt. C. H. Fenwick, Trainer : Willie Moore&nbsp; Jockey : A Nightingall Horse 13 years old, Jockey weight : 11-13

<br><br><a href="http://www.grand-national-world.co.uk/gnw/the_race/past_winners_index.html">Grand National World</a><br>

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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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Woodthorpe Arms Intake

1865 Luke Lawson

1868 Luke Lawson

1876 Mrs Elizabeth Skelton

1879 John Cooke

1883, 87, 88, 89 Fred Cartledge

1893, 95, 96, 98 George D Woodhouse

1902, 03, 07, 10 Joseph R Payley

1912, 13,16,17, 19 .20. 21, 22 Frederick Exton

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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 Tankard [ Old ] Stocks hill Ecclesfield

Updated new dates to A to Z

1828 Matthew Jepson

1876 Charles Cook

1878 Jane Cook

1879 Mrs Jane Cook

1883 Mrs Jane Cook

1887 Mrs Jane Cook

1888 Joseph Oldham

1893 joseph Oldham

1895/6 John Williams

1898 Francis Cooke

1907 ,10, 12, 13, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21 Moses Yeardley

1922 Mrs Olive Yeardley

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Wagon and Horses/Waggon and Horses

Market Place, Chapeltown

I think my Great Great Great Grandfather John Depledge (1791-1846) was the Innkeeper here in 1834, also in 1841 where he is mentioned as an Innkeeper in his son George's marriage certificate. He died 14 Feb 1847 as a "Licensed Victualler" in Chapeltown.

"Waggon and Horses, John Depledge, Chapel Town" ----John was an Innkeeper

Source: "Transcript of the entry of 'professions and trades' for ECCLESFIELD in Pigot's Directory of 1834"

His wife Fanny Barton (1791-1848) was the daughter of James Barton, probably the sames James Barton who ran the pub in 1825!

I would be interested if you have any more information.

janebegg@blueyonder.co.uk

Waggon & Horses Market Place Chapeltown

Updated to the A to Z list

1828 John Depledge

1833 John Depledge

1834 John Depledge

1841 John Depledge

1865 George Deighton

1876 George Deighton

1879 Alfred Paley

1883 , 87, 88, 89, 93, 95, 96 Joseph Fox

1898 Mrs Kate Low [ Station Road ]

1902 William Major

1903 William Major

1905 William Major

1907, 10. 12, 13, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22 James Wetherall

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Woodseats . Chesterfield Road.

I don't know if this one has been mentioned but I can't seem

to find it, Anyway I passed it last week and it's boarded up.

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Woodseats . Chesterfield Road.

I don't know if this one has been mentioned but I can't seem

to find it, Anyway I passed it last week and it's boarded up.

http://www.sheffield...indpost&p=18223

http://www.sheffieldhistory.co.uk/forums/index.php?showtopic=8420&view=findpost&p=61580

Just where it should be lol

I think it has a sold sign up, lets see what happens

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http://www.sheffield...indpost&p=18223

http://www.sheffieldhistory.co.uk/forums/index.php?showtopic=8420&view=findpost&p=61580

Just where it should be lol

I think it has a sold sign up, lets see what happens

Sorry Stuart, I knew someone would have posted it but I didn't search

far enough. Always pushed for time.

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