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The Victoria 621 Attercliffe Road

1900 Arthur Dodson

1923 , 24, James Cullen

1929, Thomas Henry Keighley

1931, 32, 33, 36, 37, Albert Henry Keighley

1938 Mrs Elizabeth G Keighley

1939 Mrs Elizabeth G Brocklehurst

1942, 44, Vincent Dewick

The Victoria . 170 Gibralter Street

1900 William Micklejohn

1923, 24, Joseph Billam

1929, 31, Charles F Smith

1932 John Sollit

1933 , 36, 37, 38, Clifford Morte

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Well from me - yours has been a magnificent effort - truly remarkable - worthy of all the praise everyone can send your way - I had it in control, I lost it, I truly did, several people helped and ran with it, as best they could, but, you have made the listing "a World's Best" with your effort and dedication - I did say it would be, way back when; people just thought I was a nutter.

My respect for what you have managed to do; when we meet the wine is on me.

V for Victory.

Will have em done in a few days lol

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Well from me - yours has been a magnificent effort - truly remarkable - worthy of all the praise everyone can send your way - I had it in control, I lost it, I truly did, several people helped and ran with it, as best they could, but, you have made the listing "a World's Best" with your effort and dedication - I did say it would be, way back when; people just thought I was a nutter.

My respect for what you have managed to do; when we meet the wine is on me.

Thank you Richard that's brought tears to my eyes, I must admit the early years of it got to me a bit with the changing

of pub names then the widening of roads and changing of addresses in the 1800's.

So if you are a nutter then I guess I must be too. I will let you buy that wine.

:o what am I talking, I haven't finished yet.

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The Tramway . 126 London Road

1929 Lewis E Wilkinson

1931, 32, 33, 36, 37, 38, 39, 42, 44, Harold Young

The Union Inn. 651 Attercliffe Common

1937, 38, 39, 42, 44, Tom C Barber

The Upperthorpe 159 Upperthorpe Road

We also have a Norfolk Arms 159 Upperthorpe Road although no keeper has been found yet.

It must have been before 1854 as that is when the first keeper of the Upperthorpe is posted.

I'm not sure the property is any older than 1851. Must look on my map.

1900 George Wilby

1923, 24, 25, Albert Edward Bellinger

1929 , 31, Fras Edwin Wainwright

1932, 33, Stewart Finegan

1936, 37, 38, 39, Newtom Bell

1942 Wilfred Samuels

1944 John Singleton

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The Victoria 146 Carlisle Road.

1900 Mrs Sarah Smith

1923, 24, 29, Herbert William Smith

1931 Benjamin Atkinson

1932 , 33, 36, Albert Foulston

1936, 38, Mrs Amy Gertrude Foulston

1939, 42, 44, Albert Laurence Foulston

The Victoria . 56 Jericho Street

1900 Henry Wardle

1923, 24, 29, 32, 33, 36, 37, William Osmond Wall

1938, 39, Thomas D Porteous

1942, 44, Arthur M Fox

The Victoria 23-27 Furnival Road

1900 Walter Watson

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The Victoria . 22 Grammer Street

1937, 38, 39, 42, 44, Mrs Florence Corbridge

1948 Samuel James Taylor

The Victoria 923 Penistone Road

1900 William Willbraham

1923 Thomas Henry Hunt

1924 Walter Briggs

1929 John R Saunders

1931, 32, Mrs Eleanor Saunders

1933 Ralph Pillifent

1936, 37, Allenby Murfitt

1938, 39, 42, William Henry Thompson

1944 John Richard Richards

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The Victoria Arches 1 Saville Street

1900 , 01, W Shepherd

The Victoria . 136 Saville Street

1937, 38, 39, Charles Alfred Gibbs

1942, 44, Herbert S Nisbet

The Vine 81 Brunwick Road

1900, Charles Taylor

1923, 24, Ernest Marsh

1929, 31, Nicholas James Kelly

1932, 33, Walter W Travis

1936, EDRIC Armitage

1938, 39, Joseph C Palfreyman

1942, 44, William Guest

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Robert Small, the aforementioned 1854 keeper is listed as a grocer in the 1851 Census.

No mention of a boozer in the 32 pages - though there is a fairly rich seam of "Proprietor of Houses" which I found interesting, Birkendale View existed at this time.

One Daniel Doncaster resident at Upperthorpe.

John Blake, File and Steel manufacturer - presumably not the Master Cutler who died during the Cholera ofthe 1830's - Upperthorpe Villa; could well be his son.

John Livesey, M.A. Perpetual Curate of St. Philips - did he get into some kind of bother ? ...

The Upperthorpe 159 Upperthorpe Road

We also have a Norfolk Arms 159 Upperthorpe Road although no keeper has been found yet.

It must have been before 1854 as that is when the first keeper of the Upperthorpe is posted.

I'm not sure the property is any older than 1851. Must look on my map.

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The Victoria Hotel. 203 Gleadless Road

1900 James Bridges

1937, 38, 39, 42, 44, James Stanley Taylor

The Vulcan Tavern 53 Sussex Street

1900 Richard Davies

1923 Stephen Joel Lee

1925, Leslie L Greetham

1929, 31, 32, Joseph Nicholson

1933, 36, 37, Arthur Hobson

1938, 39, Charles Willie Hector Ogden

1942, 44, James Sheldon

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Upperthorpe Hotel

Just looked in the 1854 Post Office Directory and Robert Small is the keeper of

the Upperthorpe Hotel ,

He must have turned his fruit and veg to wine and cider.

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The Victoria 327 Langsett Road

1937 38, 39, 42, 44, Joseph Bentley

The Victoria 80-82 Addy Street.

1937, 38, 39, Samuel Norton

1942, 44, Mrs Alice Swinden

The Victoria Inn . 1 St Philips Road & 200 Brook Hill

1937, 38, 39, William Baines

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Upperthorpe Hotel

Just looked in the 1854 Post Office Directory and Robert Small is the keeper of

the Upperthorpe Hotel ,

He must have turned his fruit and veg to wine and cider.

Robert Small Recieved his Licence in Sept 1853.

BREWSTER SESSIONS

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Saturday, September 03, 1853;

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Brilliant stuff, tough on the eyes but packed with information. Thank you Syrup, it's an excellent furrow you plough.

Robert Small Recieved his Licence in Sept 1853.

BREWSTER SESSIONS

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Saturday, September 03, 1853;

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This is a piece of map of 1850 which prints the name of the pubs too.

This suggest the corner building is not a pub at the time.

I have found a picture of the Norfolk Arms pub Upperthorpe Road on Picture Sheffield but is

not the same one as the one on the corner of fives roads. The only place I can suggest by looking at the

picture is it could have been on the same side of the road as Eversley House which belonged to the church.

Maybe the number of the Norfolk Arms is wrong.

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William Lionel Smilter, High Bailiff of County Court and Gaoler and Deputy Bailiff of Hallamshire, 39 Scotland Street; h. Mona Villa, Upperthorpe (White's 1852) ...

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The Vine Inn 12 Cemetery Road S11

1937, 38, Charles Phenix

1939, 42, 44, William Wilson

The Vine Tavern 7 Hodgson Street S3

1937, 38, 39, William Nicholson

1942, 44, Richard Oxley

The Vine Tavern . 49-51 Newhall Road S9

1937, 38, 39, 42, Mrs Mary Ann Parry

1944 John A M Horton

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The Wellington. 90 Wellington Street

1929, 31, 32, 33, 36, 37, 38, 39,

The Wellington 720 Brightside Lane

1900 F Lee

1923, 24, 29, 31 Hugh Mottram

1932, 33, 36, 37, 38, 39, 42, 44, Ernest Ives Lamb

The Wellington. 1 Henry Street

1900 William Platts

1923, 24, Vincent Hartley

1929, Mrs Louisa Hartley

1931 Miss Annie O Hartley

1932, 33, 36, 37, 38, Mrs Annie O Brittan

1939 Mrs Maud Middleton

1942 , 44, Percy Fletcher

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The Wellington 56 Langsett Road

1900 , 01 Hugh Graves

1923, 24, Newman Booth

1929 , 31, 32, 33, 36, 37, 38, 39, 42, 44, Mrs Mary Alice Booth

The Wellington . 222 Main Road Darnall

1900 Mrs Mary Staniforth

1923, 24, 29, 31, 32, 33, 36, 37, 38, 39, 42, 44, Edward Murtagh

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The Wentworth House 18 Wentworth Street

1900 Thomas Foster

1923, 24, John Adamson

1929 Thomas Greaterex Haywood

1931 , 32, Ernest Albert Knight

1933 , Charles A Helliwell

1936, 37, 38, 39, 42, 44, William Frederick Cooper

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The Wentworth House . Rockingham Street & 76 Button Lane

1900 Christopher Stanley

1901 Harry Richardson

1923 Frank Keys

The West End . 412 Glossop Road

1900 William Keeling

1923, 24, George Shipman

1925, 29, Joseph Richard Berry

1931, 32, 33, John Frederick Garnett

1936, 37, 38, Algar Fras Liversidge

1942, 44, Charles Clarke

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The Waggon & Horses . Market Place, Chapeltown

1923, 24, 25, James Wetherall

1928 Alfred Rignall

1931, 32, 33, Edward Rattenbury

1936 , 37, 38, 39, 42, 44, Patrick McSweaney

Wagon & Horses Abbeydale Road ,. Millhouses

1900 Joseph H Marshall

1923 Henry Barlow [ manager ]

1924, 25, John Gray Whitehead [ manager ]

1929, Harry Jepson

1931, 32, 33, 36, 37, William Timperley [ manager ]

1938, 39, 42, 44, Edward Booth [ manager ]

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