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hi another bottle in my collection ! does anyone have info on joseph berley waggon and horses gleadless road heeley

kev ( sheffield bottles wanted )

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hi another bottle in my collection ! does anyone have info on joseph berley waggon and horses gleadless road heeley

kev ( sheffield bottles wanted )

Wagon and Horses/Old Waggon and Horses/Waggon and Horses

2 Kent Road, Heeley

1841 Joseph Berley (newly found, Pigot's)

1845 Joseph Berley (Middle Heeley)

1849 Joseph Berley (newly found, White's)

1852 Mary Berley (newly found, White's; implication is that Joseph has passed away ... ?)

1854, 56, 61, 62 Henry Berley

1871 Joseph Berley

1879, 1881 J Berley (needs checking against the Census to confirm first name)

and then ...

1951 Joseph Berley

That is one big gap 1881-1951 ...

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Need to investigate 1851 - see whether Joseph or Mary had the place; alternatively can anyone find out when Joseph died please.

1864 - Henry or Joseph ??

1891, 1901 Census ?

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hi another bottle in my collection ! does anyone have info on joseph berley waggon and horses gleadless road heeley

kev ( sheffield bottles wanted )

1851 census has Mary as running Wagon and Horses, a widow.

The 'new' Waggon and Horses was built by Joseph Berley about 1883

1881 census has a Joseph Barley as running it but wife and childrens names and ages fit in with Joseph Berley and his family

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Joseph Barley's initials are cut into the keystone above the door,

and the corner window.

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Need to investigate 1851 - see whether Joseph or Mary had the place; alternatively can anyone find out when Joseph died please.

1864 - Henry or Joseph ??

1891, 1901 Census ?

1851 Mary Berley (Widow) would appear to answer that part of the puzzle.

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On 14/08/2009 at 07:41, RichardB said:

 

 

 

 

Wagon and Horses/Old Waggon and Horses/Waggon and Horses

2 Kent Road, Heeley

 

 

1841 Joseph Berley (newly found, Pigot's)

 

1845 Joseph Berley (Middle Heeley)

 

1849 Joseph Berley (newly found, White's)

 

1852 Mary Berley (newly found, White's; implication is that Joseph has passed away ... ?)

 

1854, 56, 61, 62 Henry Berley

 

1871 Joseph Berley

 

1879, 1881 J Berley (needs checking against the Census to confirm first name)

 

and then ...

 

1951 Joseph Berley

 

That is one big gap 1881-1951 ...

Landlord in 1951 was Jack Bingham - was there around 40 years or thereabouts

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1881census. a  Joseph Berley and his wife Harriet had the Waggon. The census has his name as Joseph Barley

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