|Holy Green House, The Moor, between Eldon Street and Prince Street. Home of Thomas Holy, who entertained John Wesley there. Mr. Abraham, principal of Milk St. Academy, resided here,also used for boarders and evening classes|
Thomas Holy, a member of a very old Sheffield family of manufacturers and merchants lived at Holy Green House which stood in a large garden, with a long green lawn in front, on Sheffield Moor, between Eldon Street and Prince Street. Mr Abraham, the Principal of the Milk Street Academy, had Holy Green House for boarders and evening classes. Mr Abraham also resided here, but left in 1839. It was afterwards used by the Sisters of Notre Dame prior to their premises in Convent Walk. In 1870 it was the Ecclesall Club.
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