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RichardB

Many Thanks to those providing updates to the main list.

Updates (with provenance if possible) gratefully received from anyone.

If possible we would like a Pub name, an address (however vague), a persons name and a date. If there is some information missing, let us know anyway - we'll try to fill in the gaps.

Photographs and documents of any type relating to old Pubs/Publicans sought. Weddings/Birthdays etc etc, interior shots of premises most welcome.

Not sure how to send stuff ? Ask any administrator, post a reply here or email [email protected] and we will do our best to assist.

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Guest beauchief

I thought you might be interested to know my great grandfather Joseph Pashlet was landlord of Peacock, Fitzwilliam St Sheffield listed in Kelly,s directory 1893 and then was landlord of Royal Oak, Cemetry Rd Sheffield 1891 census.

Regards

Ian Baker

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RichardB

Welcome to the site Beauchief and Thanks for posting :

From A-Z listing :

Peacock

200 Fitzwilliam Street, S1

Open 1845

1845 John Grayson

1846 John Grayson

1849 G Booker

1852 John Suckley

1854 John Crealand

1856 John Wilson

1861 John Wilson

1862 John Wilson

1871 George Harrop

1881 Robert Widdowson

1893 Joseph Pashley

1901 Mrs Alice Cheetham

1905 John Baxter

1911 John Baxter

1919 James Webster

1925 Alfred Pike

1948 Walter Scott

1951 Walter Scott

Well found for The Royal Oak, this is a new instance for Joseph; main record updated, Thank you.

Royal Oak

17 Cemetery Road, S11

Open 1871 Closed Span 137

1871 James Rudd

1881 John Goldsmith

1891 Joseph Pashley

1893 Mark Chambers

1901 Edward Salisbury

1905 George Creasey

1911 George Creasey

1925 Laurence Hartley

1948 Harold Rowan

1951 Harold Rowan

Plenty more to find from Census records if you want to go through them all lol

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ukelele lady

Peacock Fitzwilliam Street

Walt Scotts widow Annie was still running the pub in 1965.

She may have been the last one there before demolition.

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RichardB

Peacock Fitzwilliam Street

Walt Scotts widow Annie was still running the pub in 1965.

She may have been the last one there before demolition.

I'll have that Thank you lol

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Peacock Fitzwilliam Street

Walt Scotts widow Annie was still running the pub in 1965.

She may have been the last one there before demolition.

I'm certain a friend of mine's father ran a pub on Fitzwilliam St, his wife was Jane, seems a strange coincidence, this Walt Scott only died fairly recently, it was after 1965 they had the pub.

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Peacock Fitzwilliam Street

Walt Scotts widow Annie was still running the pub in 1965.

She may have been the last one there before demolition.

I'll have that Thank you lol

Main record updated.

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ukelele lady

I'm certain a friend of mine's father ran a pub on Fitzwilliam St, his wife was Jane, seems a strange coincidence, this Walt Scott only died fairly recently, it was after 1965 they had the pub.

Walt & Annie had a son Walt who took over. I think he later took the Mail Coach.

Jane does ring a bell [ ha ,well she did at closing time]

I believe the Walt you are talking about is Walt and Annies son.

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vox

I don't think you have THE OLD THREE PIGEONS - Calver Street

Assignment of a lease TT/105 9 Apr 1839

Contents:

William Bradley and John Newton Mappin, both of Sheffield, common brewers and co-partners, as lessees for the remainder of a term of 10 years as from 25 March 1837, to the Trustees. 21 sq.yds. ground in Carver St., Sheffield, being part of the site of the Old Three Pidgeons public house and brewhouse. For £32. Plan by J. Fairbank & Son. (4080).

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RichardB

I don't think you have THE OLD THREE PIGEONS - Calver Street

Assignment of a lease TT/105 9 Apr 1839

Contents:

William Bradley and John Newton Mappin, both of Sheffield, common brewers and co-partners, as lessees for the remainder of a term of 10 years as from 25 March 1837, to the Trustees. 21 sq.yds. ground in Carver St., Sheffield, being part of the site of the Old Three Pidgeons public house and brewhouse. For £32. Plan by J. Fairbank & Son. (4080).

Three Pigeons/Old Three Pigeons

117 Carver Street

Open 1825 Closed Span

1837 Elias Hollinsworth

1839 William Bradley and John Newton Mappin, Old Three Pigeons Information supplied by Vox, Thanks Vox

1845 William Hibberd (Carver Street)

1849 E Darwent

1852 William Wallace

1854 Thomas Lowe

1856 James Lowe

1862 G Stacey

Updated with your new keepers, Thank you.

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RichardB

All 1818-20

Angel, Angel Street, David Hawkin

Commercial, Haymarket, Benjamin Blake

George, Market Place, Hannah Lawton 1818-20 & 1821

King's Head, Change Alley, William Wright 1818-20 & 1821

Tontine, Haymarket, John Batty and Son 1809 and 1818-20

Travellers, Snig Hill, William Richardson 1818-20 & 1821

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Main list updated, Thank you - hang on, its me ... :blink:

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Guest lazyb4

Many Thanks to those providing updates to the main list, you know who you are but updates (with provenance if possible) gratefully received from anyone.

Please continue to post as normal (you have done the work, after all) but please also PM me the details as well. It's would just make my life much easier.

Thank you all.

Hope this Helps This is my first attempt to use a forum

Fox & Hound

Main Road

Marsh Lane

1846 Samuel Billam

1848 William Wilson

1857 William Wilson

1862 John Jebson

1872 Luke Nouch

1881 Luke Nouch

1887 Joseph Barker Turner

1895 Joseph Barker Turner

1895 George Booth

1908 George Booth

1912 Harry Sharman

1922 Harry Cartlidge

1928 Harry Cartlidge

1932 Jas Smith

1936 Jas Smith

1941 Tommy Hunt

Sidney Harrison

Victor Daran

-1987 Clive Hodder

1987-1995 John Lazenby

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RichardB

Great stuff - you've got me beaten all ways up there lazyb4 ! A great job.

Where did the information come from, if I may ask ? I'm used to quality updates from other "Pub obsessives" but not as a first post (not complaining either)

Welcome to the Site, poke around, ask questions, give us any more Pub details you have (please), but, most of all - Enjoy :)

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Great stuff - you've got me beaten all ways up there lazyb4 ! A great job.

Where did the information come from, if I may ask ? I'm used to quality updates from other "Pub obsessives" but not as a first post (not complaining either)

Welcome to the Site, poke around, ask questions, give us any more Pub details you have (please), but, most of all - Enjoy :)

Confirmed all names and dates up to 1941 in Whites, Drakes and Kelly's Directories in Chesterfield Library last Monday others from older customers memories.

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Hope this Helps This is my first attempt to use a forum

Fox & Hound

Main Road

Marsh Lane

Main record updated.

Thanks.

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RichardB

Confirmed all names and dates up to 1941 in Whites, Drakes and Kelly's Directories in Chesterfield Library last Monday others from older customers memories.

Thank you lazyb4, great work - now, about the other 15,000 missing Publicans/Pubs ... :rolleyes:

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ukelele lady

Tried Pm you but it wouldn't have it. is that because it's full up? :o

Re-Castle Inn 46 Snighill.

These are not on your list shall I put them on?

1828 William Holland Pigots

1833 William Holland Dirctory of Sheffield

1839 Jer Hulley Pigots

1841 Robert Meynell Whites

1849 Melling Woodcock Whites

1852 Melling Woodcock Whites

1859 Melling Woodcock Melville

1863 George Mercer Directory of Sheffield

1864 George Mercer D of S

1865 George Mercer Kellys

1868 George Mercer Whites

1876 William Shaper Whites

1879 William Shaper & Co Joseph Marshall manager Whites

1883 William Shaper & Co D of S

1887 Frederick Shaper Slaters

1888 William Shaper & Co Kellys

1889 Frederick Shaper D of S

1893 Michael Murray D of S

UL

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Tried Pm you but it wouldn't have it. is that because it's full up? :o

Re-Castle Inn 46 Snighill.

These are not on your list shall I put them on?

1828 William Holland Pigots

1833 William Holland Dirctory of Sheffield

1839 Jer Hulley Pigots

1841 Robert Meynell Whites

1849 Melling Woodcock Whites

1852 Melling Woodcock Whites

1859 Melling Woodcock Melville

1863 George Mercer Directory of Sheffield

1864 George Mercer D of S

1865 George Mercer Kellys

1868 George Mercer Whites

1876 William Shaper Whites

1879 William Shaper & Co Joseph Marshall manager Whites

1883 William Shaper & Co D of S

1887 Frederick Shaper Slaters

1888 William Shaper & Co Kellys

1889 Frederick Shaper D of S

1893 Michael Murray D of S

UL

Shouldn't be full, and I've deleted some. Bugger.

Please keep researching but hold any updates until further notice. Jeremy has a plan to put my original spreadsheet online so you, me and him can edit it. Too damned clever for me, but I've had a go and it seems to work.

Update the records on here, if you wish, but probably best to wait then you can update here plus my original spreadsheet as well.

It's two updates, but it gets here sorted and the original spreadsheet.

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Please keep researching but hold any updates until further notice. Jeremy has a plan to put my original spreadsheet online so you, me and him can edit it. Too damned clever for me, but I've had a go and it seems to work.

I've done a few updates to the spreadsheet today too, and everything is OK so far.

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dunsbyowl1867

Richard

Here's an advert for the Hen & Chicken(s) from 1968 which gives the landlord's name.

A la carte il 10.30!

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ukelele lady

These are a few publicans I spotted on the 1881 census while

I was searching something else. Never let em slip the eye, that's

what I say.

1881 Census

Montgomery Harriott Hawthorn 16 Montgomery Terrace Road

Crooked Billet John Car 68 scotland Street

Old Bulls Head Charles Fox 24/26 Cross Smithfield

Ball Inn Thomas Shaw 6 Townhead Street

Boot and Shoe Henry Stephenson 61 Campo Lane

Gardeners Rest Richard Gills 55 Townhead Street

Industry Inn Charles Bell Fitzwilliam Street

Exchange Hotel James William Winfield 53 Eldon Street

Pheasant Inn George Best 43 West Street

Odd Fellows Rest James Mc Faggart 61 West Street

All posted on the A to Z

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RichardB

These are a few publicans I spotted on the 1881 census while

I was searching something else. Never let em slip the eye, that's

what I say.

1881 Census

All posted on the A to Z

Fine work Ukelele LAdy; keep 'em coming Folks.

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SteveHB

Newfield

141 Denmark Road

Pemberton George Wm. vict

Kellys 1925.

updated

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ukelele lady

Udated to A to Z

1828

Coach & Horses Edward Canton Chapeltown

Ball John Skelton Crookes

Black Bull Aaron Ecclesfield

Ball William Yelland Ecclesfield

Blacksmith 's Arms John Hartley Grenoside

1833

The Barrel Edward Loukes Bents Green

Blue Ball John Skelton Crookes

The Cottage [ Walkley] William Gosnay

Crown Benjamin Oates Owlerton

Anvil Samuel Marples Stannington

Crown & Glove Joseph Gosnay Stannington

Cross Daggers Ann Morton Bradfield

The Barrel Benjamin Ibbotson Damflask

Admiral Rodney Thomas Wilde Loxley

Ball Thomas Turner Worrall

Blue Ball John Morton Wharncliffe Side

Cock John Fairest Oughtibridge

Coach & horses G. Hoyland Chapeltown

Blacksmith Arms John Barker Grenoside

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