George and Dragon Inn, Honley

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Details

  • location: Honley
  • status: Westgate, Honley
  • category: public house, beerhouse, inn, etc.

According to Mary Jagger's The History of Honley, it was purchased by William Brooke on 1 July 1864 specifically so that he could close it. It was then converted into a Working Men's Club.

Licencees, Landlords and Publicans

  • 1820s — John Haigh[1]
  • 1840s — Sarah Haigh[2]

Location

The exact location on Westgate in uncertain, but was possibly the "Club" marked on the 1918 O.S. map:

Notes and References

  1. Baines' Directory (1822) - Honley.
  2. Pigot and Co.'s Royal National and Commercial Directory of August 1841: Honley, South Crosland, Farnley Tyas and Neighbourhoods.

George and Dragon Inn, Honley

Categories

Buildings | Location unknown | Public houses, beerhouses, inns, etc. | Public houses and inns in Honley | Stub entry
This page was last modified on 18 December 2016 and has been edited by Dave Pattern.

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