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RichardB

Three Colliers (Beerhouse)

Canal Side, Attercliffe

Open 1833 Closed Span

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1833 George Critchlow (Beerhouse)

1834 George Critchlow (Beerhouse)

1837 George Critchlow (Beerhouse)

1841 George Critchlow (Beerhouse)

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Three Cranes
46 Queen Street
Open 1818 Closed Span
Comments 1822 and 1825 18 Queen Street
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1818 (pigots) John Smith, [bank-st]

1822 Benjamin Smith
1825 Benjamin Smith (11 Queen Street)
1828 - 30 Benjamin Smith
1833 - 34 Joseph Skinner
1837 J Skinner
1839 A Harnshaw
1841 Peter Franks [ 44 Queen Street ]
1845 Rebecca Franks
1846 Rebecca Franks
1849 Rebecca Franks
1852 Reb Franks
1854 John Leggatt
1856 A Barnes
1859 Alexander Barnes
1861 Alexander Burnes
1862 Alex Barnes
1863 to 1865 Samuel Naylor
1868 George Beard [ 50 Queen Street ]
1871 Alan Greaves
1876 Allen Greaves [ 74-76 Queen Street ]
1879 Allen Graves
1881 Allen Greaves (74 & 76 Queen Street)
1883 Allen Greaves
1887 Thomas Coulton
1888 Arthur Green
1889 Arthur Green
1890 Joseph Pulford
1893 Charles Barber (74-76 Queen Street)
1895-6 Albert Hartley
1898 Albert Hartley
1900 to 1903 Albert Hartley
1905 Albert Hartley (74 Queen Street)
1907 Albert Hartley
1910 Albert Hartley
1911 to 1913 John Henry Doyle (74 Queen Street)
1916 -17 Mrs Ada Duerden
1919 to 1925 John Hinchsliff
1929 George Marper
1931 to 1933 Charles Applewhite
1936 to 1939 Charles Applewhite
1942 Mrs Marian Ducksbury
1944 Mrs Marian Ducksbury
1948 W S Ducksbury
1951 Edwin Hammond

Picture Sheffield Link

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RichardB

Three Horse Shoes

190 Norfolk Street & Charles Street

Open 1841 Closed Span

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1841 John Parsons [ Whites ]

1841 Charles Greaves [ Pigots ]

1845 Thomas Higginbottom [ 92 Norlfolk Street ]

1846 Thomas Higginbottom

1849 Thomas Higginbottom

1854 Mrs Elizabeth Wheeldon

1856 Mrs Elizabeth Wheeldon

1859 Mrs Elizabeth Wheeldon

1862 George Barlow

1863 to 1865 John Newbould

1868 John Newbould

1871 Samue Peter l Standish

1876 Hamlet Dean [ 130 Norfolk Street ]

1879 Hamlet Dean

1881 Mrs M A Dean [ William Guest in same Directory ]

1883 Charles Brewer

1887 to 1890 Frederick Turner [ 190 Norfolk Street ]

1893 Frederick Turner

1895-6 Frederick Turner [ 190 Norfolk Street ]

1898 Henry Humberstone [ 190 Norfolk Street & Charles Street ]

1900 to 1903 Henry Humberstone

1905 Henry Humberstone

1907 Mrs Sarah Elizabeth Humberstone

1910 to 1913 James Clift

1916 -17 James Clift

1919 to 1922 James Clift

1923 to 1925 Mrs Hilda Clift

1929 John Henry Doyle

1931 to 1933 Alfred Kersh

1936 to 1939 Alfred Kersh

Destroyed in Air Raid

Picture Sheffield Image from 1940 showing bomb damage

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Three Horseshoes

Jehu Lane 12 /Commercial Street

Open 1837 Closed 1940 Span 103

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1837 Joseph Marples (9 Commercial Street)

1839 Josh Marples

1841 Joseph Marples

1845 Joseph Marples (12 Commercial Street)

1846 Joseph Marples (12 Commercial Street)

1849 Joseph Marples

1851 Joseph Marples (12, Jehu Lane - census)

1852 Joseph Marples

1854

1856 Joseph Marples (12 Commercial Street)

1859 Joseph Marples

1861 Mary Peach (12 Commercial Street)

1862 Joseph Peech (12 Commercial Street)

1863 Joseph Peech

1864 Martha Widowson

1865 H Hibbert

1868 E Alvey

Joseph Marples - 1851 census

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Three Horseshoes Hotel & Oyster Bar

72 Norfolk Street

Open 1849 Closed 1940 Span 91

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1845 Thomas Higginbotham ( 92 Norfolk Street)

1846 Thomas Higginbotham

1849 Thomas Higginbotham

1854 Mrs Elizabeth Wheeldon

1862 George Barlow (92 Norfolk Street)

1871 Samuel Standish

1881 Mrs M A Dean (130 Norfolk Street) & William Guest (Same Directory !)

1901 Henry Humberstone

Picture Sheffield Image

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RichardB

Three Legs

30 Union Lane

Open 1859 Closed Span

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1859 Thomas Fletcher [ Three Legs a Man , 24 Union Lane ]

1871 Christopher Joynes (Beerhouse)

1901 Mrs Ann Slater [ beerhouse ]

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Three Merry Smiths

55 Holly Street

Open 1859 Closed Span

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1859 George King

1871 Edward Jackson (Beerhouse)

1881 Thomas Clapham

1889 Edward Senior

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Three Pigeons/Old Three Pigeons
117 Carver Street
Open 1825 Closed Span
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1837 Elias Hollinsworth
1839 William Bradley and John Newton Mappin, Old Three Pigeons Information supplied by Vox, Thanks Vox
1841 William Hibberd
1845 William Hibberd (Carver Street)
1846 William Hibberd
1849 E Darwent
1852 William Wallace
1854 Thomas Lowe
1856 James Lowe
1859 James Lowe

1865 James Lowe
1862 G Stacey
1863 George Stacey
1864 George Stacey
1865 S Standish

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Three Pigeons

20 Button Lane

Open 1787 Closed 1908 Span 121

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See Three Pigeons 117 Carver Street

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Three Stags

Carver Street

Open 1814 Closed Span

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In 'Sheffield in the 18th Century' Leader mentions a William Ash, who died in 1874 aged 93 talking of his great-grandfather, who used to meet and discuss with his friend Abraham Wigram in the 3 Stags, which suggests an earlier opening?

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Three Stags Heads
24 Pinstone Street
Open 1818 Closed 1898 Span 76
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1818 (pigots) Thos. Outram, [Pinstone-Iane]

1822 Lucy Outram
1825 John Wright (37 Pinstone Street)
1828 - 30 James Waterson
1833 James Waterson
1834 James Waterson
1837 James Waterson (39 Pinstone Street)
1839 James Waterson [ 24 Pinstone Street ]
1841 William Petty
1845 William Scamadine
1846 William Scamadine
1849 Thomas Oxley
1851 Thomas Oxley (census)
1852 Thomas Oxley
1854 Thomas Oxley
1856 Thomas Oxley
1859 E Bradshaw
1862 Edward Bradshaw
1863 William Weenhouse
1864 G J Townsend
1865 J Bowden
1868 George Shepard
1871 George Sheppard
1876 John Wilkinson
1879 Thomas Harvey
1881 Jonathan Shepherd

Thomas Oxley 1851 census

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Three Tuns
110 Bridge Street
Open 1818 Closed Span
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1818 (pigots) Francis Bagshaw, [bridge-st.]

1821 Francis Bagshaw
1822 Francis Bagshaw
1825 George Reynolds
1828 John Armitage
1829 John Armitage [ 22 Bridge Street ]

1830 Richard Whitlam [ 22 Bridge Street ]
1833 Richard Mackilwain
1834 Thomas Haimes
1837 Thomas Haimes
1839 William Jackson [ 116 Bridge Street ]
1841 William Jackson
1845 William Jackson (110 Bridge Street)
1846 William Jackson
1849 J Jackson
1852 J Jackson / William Barker
1854 William Barker
1856 William Barker [ 110 Bridge Street ]
1859 Sarah Taylor
1862 Robert Daff

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Three Tuns
39 Silver Street Head
Open 1822 Closed Span 186
Comments 1822 7 Silver St Head
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1822 James Staniforth
1825 James Staniforth
1828 James Staniforth
1829 James Staniforth

1830 William Banks
1833 Samuel Bishop [ 29 Silver Street Head ]
1834 Samuel Bishop
1837 S Bishop
1841 R Proctor [ 39 Silver Street Head ]
1845 James Ragg
1846 James Crawshaw Ragg
1849 James Crawshaw Ragg
1852 G Saxby
1854 Henry Teasdale
1856 James Hanby
1859 J Darling [ 39 Silver Street Head & Leo Croft ]

1861 Joseph Riddle
1862 to 1864 John Merrin
1865 J Gray
1868 W Bingham
1871 John Redding
1876 Charles Hall
1879 Charles Hall
1881 Charles Hall (Trade) / Moses William Leek (Census)
1883 Moses William Leek
1887 to 1890 Mrs Ellen Parkin
1893 Mrs Ellen Parkin
1895-6 Mrs Ellen Parkin
1898 William Godley
1900 to 1803 William Godley
1905 William Godley
1907 John Fleming
1910 to 1913 Mrs Florence Barker
1916 Mrs Florence Barker
1917 Mrs Florence Barker
1919 to 1925 Mrs Florence Barker
1929 Mrs Florence Barker
1931 to 1933 Mrs Florence Barker
1936 to 1939 Mrs Florence Barker
1942 Mrs Florence Barker
1844 Henry Anderson
1948 George Allison
1951 Jn Bearder

Picture Sheffield Image :

1976 Photo Link

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Three Tuns
55 Leopold Street / Orchard Street
Open 1821 Closed 1987 Span 166
Comments or Old Three Tuns.
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1821 George Street (Opodeldoc House) - image provided

1822 George Steer
1825 John Higginbottom (16 Orchard Street)
1828 - 30 John Higginbotham
1833 John Higginbotham [ Joseph ] [ 14 Orchard Street ]
1834 John Higginbotham
1839 John Higginbottom [ 59 Orchard Street ]
1841 John Higginbotham
1842 John Higginbottom ( died 23/1/1842 aged 74)
1845 John Thompson (59 Orchard Street)
1846 John Thompson
1849 John Thompson
1851 John Thompson
1852 John Thompson
1854 John Thompson
1856 John Thompson
1859 John Thompson
1862 John Thompson
1863 to 1865 B Seale
1868 B Seale
1871 B Seale
1871 Bernard Scale
1876 John Cooper [ Old Three Tuns ]
1879 Henry Hollingsworth [ Old Three Tuns ]
1881 Henry Hollingsworth
1883 John Blenkiron
1888 to 1890 John Blenkiron [ 35 Leopold Street ] John senior died 2-3-1890

1891 Miss Mary Elizabeth Blenkiron
1893 John Blenkiron [ 55 Leopold Street ]
1895/6 Robert Marsden [ 55 Leopold Street ]
1898 Robert Marsden
1900 to 1903 Robert Marsden
1905 Charles E Carter
1907 Charles E Carter
1910 to 1913 Charles E Carter
1916 James Hart
1917 James Hart
1919 to 1923 James Hart
1924 -25 Thomas T Hart
1929 Thomas T Hart
1931 to 1933 Thomas T Hart
1936 to 1939 Reginald Albert Dixon
1942 J Sproson
1944 J Sproson
1948 J A Sproson
1951 A E W Record

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1821 Strange.pdf

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Three Whitesmiths
1 Bridge Street
Open 1791 Closed 1898 Span 107
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1818 (pigots) W. Darling, [bridge-st]

1821 William Darling
1822 William Darling
1825 Mary Darling
1828 - 30 Mary Darling [ 1 Bridge Street ]
1833 - 34 Mary Darling
1837 Mary Darling
1839 Mary Darling
1841 mary Darling
1845 J. Colley
1846 John Hancock
1849 Joshua Spencer [ 3 Bridge Street ]
1852 Sarah Goepel
1854 Mrs Sarah Goepel
1856 Henry Pickering
1859 Henry Pickering
1862 Elizabeth Pickering
1863 M A Nearbeek
1864 M S Sellers
1865 J Tyler & Co [ 3 Bridge Street & Waingate ]
1868 Tyrer & Co [ 29 Waingate ]
1871 Tyrer & Co
1879 Tyrer & Co
1881 James Brown Marshall - 1886, 29 Waingate (James deceased, Mary Fothergill Marshall)
1883 Tyrer & Co
1887 F Marshall
1888 Mrs Mary Fothergill
1890 Mrs Mary Fothergill
1893 Mrs Mary Fothergill

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Tiger
7 Radford Row
Open 1818 Closed Span
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1818 (pigots) Thomas Matthewman, [Retford-row]

1822 Thomas Long

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Tinsley Hotel

2 Sheffield Road

Open 1876 Closed Span

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1876 John Dyson

18979 Joseph Johnson

1883 Joseph Johnson

1887 to 1890 Joseph Johnson

1893 Joseph Johnson

1895-6 Joseph Johnson

1898 Joseph Johnson

1900 to 1903 Susan Johnson

1905 John Banks

1907 John Banks

1910 -11 John Banks

1912 John E Banks

1913 John E Banks

1916 John E Banks

1917 John E Banks

1919 to 1921 John E Banks

1922 to 1925 Mrs Emma Hetty Banks

1929 Mrs Emma Hetty Banks

1931 to 1933 Frederick Lindley

1936 to 1938 Frederick Lindley

1939 Arthur Clifford Dixon

1942 Arthur Clifford Dixon

1944 Arthur Clifford Dixon

1948 William H Freer

1951 William H Freer

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Tontine Hotel

14 Haymarket & 2 Dixon Lane

Open 1783 Closed 1850 Span 67

Comments 1822 14 Haymarket

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1783 James Watson

1787 James Watson

1798, 2nd Feb Mr Ashmore

1805, 2nd Feb Mr Wm. Simpson;

1809 27th Jan John Batty

1814 - 17 John Batty

1818-20 John Batty & Son

1822 John Lambert

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1832 John Lambert

27/10/1832 William Lyon Bickley

1833 - 34 William Lyon Bickley

1833 Thomas Ball [ Tontine Tap ]

1837 William Lyon Bickley

1839 William Lyon Bickley [20 Hay Market & 2 Dixon Lane ] ]

1841 William Lyon Bickley [22 Haymarket]

1845 - 6 William Lyon Bickley

1849 William Lyon Bickley

1850 The old Tontine was demolished

1868 Thomas Thompson, Thompson's Hotel [ 22 Haymarket & 2 Dixon Lane ]

1871 Thomas Thompson Thompson's Hotell

1876 Thomas Thompson Thompson's Hotel [ 22 Haymarket & 2 Dixon Lane ]

1883 Thomas William Blair [ 22 Haymarket & 2 Dixon Lane]

1887 Thomas William Blair

1888 - 9 Joseph William Longley [ manager ]

1890 Harry Redgrave [ manager ]

1893 Richard Ford

1895 - 6 Richard Ford

1898 Richard Ford

1900 Mrs Thomas

1901 Charles Raynor

1902 - 03 George Henry Elstone [ 2-4 Dixon Lane ]

1905 Isabella Lee

1907 Henry Bonsall

1910 John Bierton

At one point I had keepers for the Tontine all the way to 1911 ! Not bad, eh ?

October 24th 1849.

Tontine Hotel Sheffield finally closed, the site of the Tontine premises along with the area extending to the Corn Exchange are purchased by the Duke of Norfolk for the intended New Markets.

From : http://sheffielddiary.blogspot.com/

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1850

January 1st.

Tolls first taken on the Sheffield and Tinsley turnpike road at the Twelve o'clock tollgate.

January 26th.

The stone monument "Justice" at the top of the Shambles taken down.

February 5th & 6th.

Dreadfull storm of wind, much damage done, a child named Bertha Spurr 2 1/2 years old in Morpeth Street was killed by the falling of a chimney when in bed with its mother, who had a very narrow escape. A wall belonging to the Wicker tilt was blown down and did much damage. Nothing like it has occurred since the 6th of October 1839, when part of the Cholera monument was blown down.

February 27th & 28th.

Tontine Hotel Sheffield sold by auction (materials sold in lots).

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".

http://sheffielddiary.blogspot.com/

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The Tontine -Drawn from an engraving in Notes and Queries, Sheffield 1905

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Town Arms

166 Duke Street, Park

Open 1839 Closed 1902 Span 63

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1845 Thomas Frearson

1846 Thomas Frearson

1849 W Walker

1852 Thomas Wolstenholme

1854 Thomas Worstenholm

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Tram Car Inn

851 Attercliffe Road

Open 1868 Closed 1961 Span 93

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1937 Albert Beet [ beer retailer only ]

1939 Albert Beet

1942 Albert Beet

1944 Albert Beet

1948 James Isaac Millington [ beer retailer only ]

1951 Gerald Sweeney

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