List of Public Houses, Beerhouses, Inns, etc.

The following is an attempt to build an authoritative list of historic inns, public houses, beerhouses, dram shops, etc., based on maps, Brewster Sessions, newspaper articles, and other relevant sources.

The list covers the four historic parishes of Almondbury, Huddersfield, Kirkburton and Kirkheaton.

Some of the entries in the list may be duplicates or alternative names for the same property.

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Notes and References

  1. Also named as the Adega Billiard Hall in the 1890s.
  2. Situated next to the New Inn.
  3. Western side of Pule Hill.
  4. closed from 4 June 1917 to 5 April 1918 after Sarah Ann Baker was fined £5 for selling beer during prohibited hours
  5. Kept by John North in the early 1850s
  6. Next to the British Queen.
  7. 1897 Register: "Removal Order 1907 granted to Lord Nelson, Wooldale".
  8. 1897 Register: Removal Order 1914 granted to White Swan, Kirkburton".
  9. licence expired 31 December 1909
  10. 800 yards beyond the Honley toolbar, at the junction of 5 separate roads.
  11. HC 14/Dec/1850 described as being "situate near the Four Road Ends, top of Moldgreen".
  12. "Huddersfield" in Leeds Times (09/Sep/1848).
  13. Near the near the Junction (now Tunnel End Inn).
  14. Next door to the Savings Bank.
  15. Landlord John Howgate committed suicide by hanging himself in the kitchen of the inn on 9 November 1865. He had been despondent since losing his wife around 2½ years previously and left behind 6 children.

List of Public Houses, Beerhouses, Inns, etc.

This page was last modified on 7 December 2017 and has been edited by Dave Pattern.

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