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Well you have to laarf or this sort of job sends you round the bend. :blink::blink::blink:

Been all the way round that particular bend - passed myself on the way back !

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The St Philips Tavern 228 St Philips Road

1833 James Dales

1839, 41, 56, Richard Brinnan / Brinnin / Brinner

1859 , 63, 64, 65, Joseph Barker

1868 Mrs Elizabeth Barker

1876 , Miss Mary Barker

1879, 83, Thomas Freeman

1887, 88, 89, 90, 93, 95, 96, George Edwin Jubb

1898 Mrs Susannah Jubb

1902, 03, 05, 07, Samuel Borwick

1910, 12, 13, Walter Skinner

The Shakespeare Tavern 18 Sycamore Street

1841 William Hakes [ Pigot's ]

1841 Elizabeth Wilkinson [ Whites ] Shakespeare & Crown

1852 Mary Turner

1856, G Tinley

1859, 62, 63, William Greasley

1864, 65, 68, Joseph Ashmore

1876 J G Taylor

1879, George Jackson

1883, John Schofield

1887 Joseph Marshall

1888, 89, William Ford

1890 William Kendel Matthews

1893 James H Rewley

1895, 96, Edmund Pearce

18898 Charles Hellewell

1902, George Allen

1903 Mrs Kate Tetlow

1907 Peter William Ridings

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The Shrewsbury Tavern 26 South Street Park

1833 Elizabeth Burton

1834 Thomas Smith

The Shrewsbury Tavern 109 South Street Park [ probably the same as above ]

1841 George Rodgers [ Whites ]

1841 William Bamford [ Pigot's ]

1852 William Shaw

1856 John Heward

1859 Jarvis Tingle

1863 George Tinley

1864 , 65, Alfred Skinner

1868 , 71, 76, 79, 83 ,87, Edwin Ashmore [ A to Z have two names for 1871 ]

1888, 89, 90, 95, 96, Elizabeth Ashmore

1898 Charles Proctor

1902. 03. Mrs Jane Proctor

1907 Percy Crawshaw

1910 Thomas Henry Crawshaw

1912, 13, Albert Wilde

1916, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, George Edward Corthorn

The Smithy Door Tavern 26 Hawley Croft

1833 W Husband

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The Sheffield Arms 40-44 New Meadow Street

1833 , 39, Richard Alexander

1859 T Mount

1863 Henry Bingham

1864, 65, 68, G Charlesworth

1876 Algernon Appleton

1879, 83, 87, 88, 89, 90, 93, John Rodgers

1895, 96, 98, 1902, 03, Jacob F Portor

1907 Arthur Hanson

1910 , 12, 13, 16, 17, 20, 21, 22, Tom Redfern

The Social Tavern 38 Bailey Street

1833 Joseph hewitt

1839 Samuel Grey

1841 John Baxter

1852 J King

1856 J Carbutt

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ukelele lady

The Swan Hotel , 2 Snig Hill

Same as Black Swan , 2 Snig Hill same keeper in first years eg: Samuel Crich

The Stanley Street Tavern Stanley Street

1833 Henry Blackwell

The Sportsman 26 Coal Pit Lane / Cambridge Street

1839 William Newbould

1849 , 59, 62, J Wilson

1863 Elizabeth Wilson

1864 Francis Bower

1865 W Clark

1868 W G Marshall

1876 John Harrison

1879 Arthur Blagden

1883, 87, Mrs Emily Darley

1888, 89, 90, 93, 95, 96, 98, Arthur Ormerod

1902, 03, 05, Cephas William Lockwood

1907 Herbert Howard

1910 Sarah Elizabeth Humberstone

1912 , 13, Robert Gill

1916, 17, 19, 20, Mrs Annie Johnson

1921, 22, Miss Alice Johnson

The Sun 12 Haymarket

1839 Thomas Wiley

1852 Thomas Wiley

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The Sovereign 70 Rockingham Street & 118 Portobello Street

1833 , 39, Thomas Outram

1852, 56, 59, 62, George Thompson

1863 Patrick McMahon

1864, 65, 68, 71, John Williams

1876, 79, 83, George Swift

1887, 88, 89, 90, 93, Henry Guest

1895, 96, Henry Woodruff

1898, 1902, 03, 07, 10, Thomas Dawkes

1912, Cornelius Beech

1913, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, Harry Gregory

1922 Mrs Polly Gregory

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The Saw Makers Arms 62 Russell Street

1833, 34, 39, 41, George Smith

I doubt if these two are the same pub but then again. . . what do you think?

The Saw makers Arms 1 Neepsend Lane

1859, 62, 63, 64, 65, 68, Samuel Alvey

1871, 76, 79, 83, William Heppenstall

1887, 88, 89, 90, 95, 96, 98, Joseph Thomas Ibbotson

1902, 03, Harry Cusworth

1907 John William Milner

1910, 12, Ernest Lucas

1913, 16, 17, 20, Thomas Smith

1921, 22, Samuel Taylor

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The Sportsman 116 Carlton Road / 510-14 Attercliffe Road

1859, 65, A Booth

1868, Richard Arliss

1871 Joseph Smith

1876 Edwin Dixon

1883, 87, 88, 89, 90, 95, 96, 98, Arthur Couldwell

1902. 03. 07. 10, 12, 13, 16, 17, 20, 21, 22, Joe Simpson

The Soldier's Return Water Lane

1852 William Charlton

1856 John Atkinson

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RichardB

Sheffield Hurricane 1873

Mr William Robinson, Landlord, Norfolk Hotel, Mowbray Street.

Portion of Hotel blown down, suffered fractured skull and scalp wounds

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Hi,

Thought you might like these,

1881 census - Sarah Smith, Widow, Beerhousekeeper. The Brickmakers, Newhall rd

1881 & 1891 census - Harry Smith, Beerhousekeeper, Sportsman Inn, 156 Darnall rd

1881 census - George Smith, Beerhousekeeper, Forge Inn, Newhall rd

1901 census - George Smith, Beerhousekeeper, Lodge Inn, 143 Newhall rd

Sue B

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Hi,

Thought you might like these,

1881 census - Sarah Smith, Widow, Beerhousekeeper. The Brickmakers, Newhall rd

1881 & 1891 census - Harry Smith, Beerhousekeeper, Sportsman Inn, 156 Darnall rd

1881 census - George Smith, Beerhousekeeper, Forge Inn, Newhall rd

1901 census - George Smith, Beerhousekeeper, Lodge Inn, 143 Newhall rd

Sue B

These being Smiths, the most common of names we would like the maximum amount of information available, e.g. birth year (or age), place of birth please.

Otherwise they are impossible to find.

Thank you

RichardB

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Hi,

Thought you might like these,

Thanks sue, all gifts gratefully received.

I'm sure richard or ukelass will be along to put them in the appropriate places in the fullness of time.

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These being Smiths, the most common of names we would like the maximum amount of information available, e.g. birth year (or age), place of birth please.

Otherwise they are impossible to find.

Thank you

RichardB

Sarah Smith widow of Henry - born 1824, Howden, Yorkshire, lived and died Sheffield,died 1885. 1881 census RG 11/4664, Brightside.

George Smith, born 1846 - son of Sarah and Henry, gives different places of birth on census eg 1871 - Liverpool, 1881 Wakefield, married to Selina, Selina died 1883, George died 1884. 1881 census RG 11/4664 Brightside.

Harry/Henry Smith son of Sarah and Henry born 1849, 1881 gives place of birth as Sheffield, married to Elizabeth, Elizabeth died 1892, Harry died 1894. 1891 census RG 12/3841 Attercliffe.

George Smith born 1873 Sheffield, son of Tom, Grandson of Sarah and Henry, married to Laura, 1901 census RG 13/4383, Attercliffe.

Hope this info helps.

Sue B

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London Gazette 2 Oct 1838:

Benjamin Taylor, formerly of Re.ent-terrace, Sheffield,.

Scissor Forger, then of Portobello Tavern, Sheffield, Beer-

Housekeeper and Scissor-Forger, then of Regent- terrace*

and late of Eldon-street, Sheffield, Yorkshire, Stissor-

Forger.

Isaac Marples,

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14 Jan 1842:

Robert Didsbury, late of the Corn Exchange Inn. Exchangestreet,

Sheffield, Assistant Manager for James Garlick,

the Servant of Messrs. Warbuvton and Co., Common

Brewers, Sheffield, also of No. 164, Pond-street, Sheffield,

in Lodgings, Journeyman Silversmith, also of the King

and Miller, Norfolk, in Sheffield, Assistant Manager to.

Messrs. Godson and Company, also, of Arundel-etrcet

Sheffield, of Hereford-street, and. of Bropmhall-strcet'

Sheffield, out of business, and formerly of Worksop*

Notts Victualler.

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Corn exchange Inn? can't find it on the index.

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28 May 1799:

Hereas a Commission of Bankrupt is awarded and

issued against William .Warburton, of Sheffield, ist

the County of York, Cutler, and he being declared a Bankrupt

is hereby required to surrender himself to the Commissioners

in the said Commission named, or the major Part

of them, on the 8th and ioth Days of June instant, and oa

the 13th Day of July next, at Two o'clock in the Afternoon

on each Day, at the House of Benjamin Crofts, the ShakespearTavern,

in Sycamore-Street, in Sheffield aforesaid, and

make a full Discovery and Disclosure of his Estate and Effects;

when and where the Creditors are to come prepared

to prove their Debts, and at the Second Sitting to chuse

Assignees, and at the Last Sitting the said Bankrupt is

required to finissi his Examination, and the Creditors arc

to assent to or dissent from the Allowance of his Certificate.

All Persons indebted to the said Bankrupt, or that have any

of his Effects, are not to pay or. deliver the fame but to

whom the Commissioners stiall appoint, but give Notice to

Mr. Thompson, Attorney at Law, in Sheffield, or to Mr.

Owen, Essex-Court, Temple, London.

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2nd Aug 1755:

THE Commissioners IA a Commission of Bankrupt awarded

and issued forth against George Marriott, late of Ecclesall

in the Parish of Sheffield, in the County of York, Cutler,

Dealer and Chapman, intend to meet en the zd of October next,

at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, at the House of William

Watson the Younger, being the George and Dragon in Sheffield,

aforesaid, in order to make a Dividend of the laid Bankrupt's

Estate j when and where the Creditors who base not

already proved their Debts, are to Come prepared to do tinfame,

or they will be excluded tbe Benefit of the laid Dividend

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Pretty sure this must be High street.

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21st December 1736:

HE Commissioners and Allignees in a Commiflion of

Bankrupt awarded againft Sampson Bayley, late of

Sheffield, in the County of York, Filesmith and Tradesman,

intend Co meet at Mrs. Anne Wood's, the Sign of the Cock

in Sheffield aforesaid, on Saturday the 8 th of January next,

at Nine of che Clock in the Forenoon, in order to make a

Second Distribution of tbe said BankrupC's Eftate and Effects;

when and where all Perfons who have not already prored

thrir DebCs, are to come prepared to prore tbe fame, or they

will be excluded the Benefit of the said Dividend .- And alto

at t-he same Time to assent or dissent to the Allowance of

che, BankrupC's Cercificace.

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The Cock on High street???

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7th June 1743:

WHereas a Commission of Bankrupt is awarded and issued

forth against John wee pipe son, late of Sheffield, in

the County of York, Factor and Tradesman, and he being

declared a Bankrupt, is hereby required to surrender himself to

the Commissioners in the said Commission named, or the major

Part of them, on the 22d and 29th of June instant, and

on the 23d of July next, at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon

on each of the said Days, at the House of Mr. Benjamin Steer,

being the Sign of the Duke of Norfolk's Arms in Sheffield aforesaid,

and make a sell Discoveiy and Disclosure of his Estate

and Essects ; when and where the Creditors are to come prepared

to prove their Debts, and at thc second Sitting to chuse

Assignees, and at the last Sitting the said Bankrupt is required

to finilh his Examination, and the Creditors are to assent to

or dissent from the Allowance of his Certificate. All Persons

indebted to the laid Bankrupt, or that have any of his Efiects,

are not to pay or deliver the fame but to whom thr.

Commissioners shall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. William

Battie the younger, Attorney in Sheffield aforesaid.

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Duke of Norfolk Arms, a new one????

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23rd December 1746:

THE Commistioners in a Commission of Bankrupt award*

ed and issued forth against John Dixon, Jate of Sheffield

in the County of York, Factor and Tradesman, intend:

to meet -oi». the 15th osjanuary next, at Ten of theClock

In the Forenoon, at the House of Mr. WilIaim Watson the

Elder, being the Sign of» the Bacchus and -Grapes In Sheffield!

aforesaid, in order to make a further Dividend, of the &iib

Bankrupt's Eitate and- Effects j when and where the Creditors*

who have not already proved their Debts, arc to come ore-,

pared- to prove the fame, or they will be excluded the Benefit

of the said Dividend. At which Time and PJace all the-

Creditors who have already proved their Debts, afe defired to

attend,, in order to consent to the surviving AfTJgnocU compounding,

or otherwise disposing of the outstanding Debts be*

longing to the said Bankrupt's Estate.

1~"*HE Commissioners in a Commistion

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Another new one?

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6 December 1748 (another mention):

at Ten o'Cbck in the. Forenoon on each of thte said Days, at tfaf

House of Mr.William Watson, being the Sign ofthe Bacchus in

She/fteld aforesaid, and make a full Discovery and Disclosure of hU

Estate and Effects ; when and where the Creditors are to come

prepared to prove their Debts, and at the second Sitting to chuse

Astignees, and at the last Sitting the said Bankrupt is required to

finifli his Examination, and the Creditors are to assent to or dissent

from the Allowance of his Certisicate. All Persons indebt.

ed to the laid Bankrupt, or that have any of his EtTects, are

not to pay or deliver the -fame but to whom the Commissioners

shall appoint, but give Notice to Mr. William Batue,

Attorney, in Sheffield aforesaid.

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14 Jan 1842:

Robert Didsbury, late of the Corn Exchange Inn. Exchangestreet,

Sheffield, Assistant Manager for James Garlick,

the Servant of Messrs. Warbuvton and Co., Common

Brewers, Sheffield, also of No. 164, Pond-street, Sheffield,

in Lodgings, Journeyman Silversmith, also of the King

and Miller, Norfolk, in Sheffield, Assistant Manager to.

Messrs. Godson and Company, also, of Arundel-etrcet

Sheffield, of Hereford-street, and. of Bropmhall-strcet'

Sheffield, out of business, and formerly of Worksop*

Notts Victualler.

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Corn exchange Inn? can't find it on the index.

Nice one !

Exchange, 40 Exchange Street, Warburton and Co (1841)

Robert Didsbury also known at the Murray's Arms, 13 Queen Street/58 Queen Street (1845-1847) and the Falcon, 13 or 15 Flat Street (1849)

Let Ukelele Lady decide about James Garlick.

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