GEOGRAPHIC STUB (LOCATION UNKNOWN)
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- location: Market Place, Huddersfield
- status: no longer exists
- category: public house, beerhouse, inn, etc.
In 1803, the licencee was named as Thomas Parkin. Fellow landlords William North (Boy & Barrel) and William Booth (Horse & Groom) provided sureties for Parkin.
In Old Huddersfield 1500-1800 (1981) by George Redmonds, the author provides a diagram which shows the Horse & Jockey was situated on the southern side of the Market Place, adjoining the King's Arms.
The approximate location, based on George Redmonds' diagram, is show below: