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Old Queen's Head Public House., No 40, Pond Hill. Formerly the Hall in the Ponds, earliest mention was in 1582 in an 'inventory of contents' made by George, the Six Earl of Shrewsbury. In 1770, referred to as the former wash-house to Sheffield Manor
s02165
Big Tree Hotel, Chesterfield Road, Woodseats. Originally named the Masons Arms. Renamed the Big Tree due to the large oak tree at the front. Wesley is said to have preached here
s02409
Old Queen's Head Public House., No 40, Pond Hill. Formerly the Hall in the Ponds, earliest mention was in 1582 in an 'inventory of contents' made by George, the Six Earl of Shrewsbury. In 1770, referred to as the former wash-house to Sheffield Manor
s05468
Rock Inn, 40-42 Pitsmoor Road and Chatham Street
s05888
Rutledge House, junction of Southbourne Road and Clarkehouse Road. Formerly the Victoria Park Hotel
s06085
Brook Cottages, Upwell Street, Grimesthorpe with the Ball In in the background
s06159
Ivy Cottages, Nos 347-353, Richmond Road. Stone built and over 250 years old. One of the centre cottages used to be the 'Gooseberry Inn'. All later demolished for road widening
s06268
Goole Green House, Fulwood, home of William Woodhouse and a licensed public-house and house of prayer long before the Church was built. Was situated off Brookhouse Hill, next to the Guildhall, but further back. Demolished around 1967
s06380
Goole Green House, Fulwood, home of William Woodhouse and a licensed public-house and house of prayer long before the Church was built. Was situated off Brookhouse Hill, next to the Guildhall, but further back. Demolished around 1967
s06381
Ball-i'-th-Tree, Clarkehouse Road, Broomhall
s06855
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