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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

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Title: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
Location:Sheffield_City_Centre
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Now known as the Old Queen's Head public House. For more information, see,'Old Sheffield Town', by J. Edward Vickers, pages 14-17. Cat. No. 942.7 S.

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