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An assembly of research notes garnered from a multitude of sources during the course of many years of local history research. The information is freely available for use by all, other than for the purposes of trade, subject only to due acknowledgement.

For details of sources see SOURCES.

1818 M G Bashforth, Hare & Hounds, Market Place Directory
10.6.1820 Mr G Bashforth, Hare & Hounds, Huddersfield Mercury
25.8.1821 For sale, Hare & Hounds Inn, Huddersfield, Market Place, stables etc. Mercury
  Bashforth at Swan Inn in 1824.  
1763 Old Hat dates as far back as 1763. During the Napoleonic wars its landlord was Mr James Armitage, the grandfather of Mr James Armitage, draper, the founder of the firm of Messrs James Armitage & Sons, Buxton Road Ahier Stones
1778/9 James Armitage, Hat. Survey indicates that the owner was J Hanson who had succeeded William Houghton. Bretween Temple Street & Westgate. RR Survey
19.9.1803 Thomas Armitage, Hat Brewsters
20.9.1806 Thomas Armitage, Hat Brewsters
14.9.1807 Thomas Armitage, Hat Brewsters
1833 Thomas Armytage, innkeeper, stable keeper and Mail contractor KC 165/35
20.3.1799 Marriage, Edward Haigh, innkeeper & Betty Taylor, both of this parish. Hudds. PR
22.1.1803 Edward Haigh, Huddersfield, innkeeper. QS1/142/4
19.9.1803 Edward Haigh, Hope & Anchor. Brewsters.
1805 Hope & Anchor Club formed. Building Clubs
20.9.1806 Edward Haigh, Hope & Anchor. Brewsters
1807 Mr Edward Haigh, the Hope & Anchor Inn. Mercury
14.9.1807 Edward Haigh, Hope & Anchor. Brewsters
25.12.1809 Edward Haigh, Huddersfield, innkeeper  
1810 Edward Haigh master of Hope & Anchor Club Building Clubs
1810-14 Edward Haigh, Trustee to Hope & Anchor Club Building Society. KC/165/141
1.1.1814 Edward Haigh, farmer, Rawthorp Hall, borrows 1000 from Tim Bentley, common brewer. KC315.
1818 E Haigh, Hope & Anchor, Bottom King St. Directory
1821 Edward Haigh, Hudds., innkeeper, borrows further 300 from Tim Bentley on security of Hope & Anchor Inn, Shorehead & other property. KC315
1825 Edward Haigh, innkeeper. Misc Will.
1828 Betty Haigh, Hope & Anchor. Recog.
1843 John Rhodes, Hope & Anchor Inn. Hfx G.
19.9.1803 William Booth, Horse & Groom. Brewsters
20.9.1806 William Booth, Horse & Groom Brewsters
14.9.1807 William Booth, Horse & Groom Brewsters
28.3.1747 [?] At J Booths Turner
1770 James Booth, Horse & Jockey RR
1778-79 Robert Perkin, Horse & Jockey, and a brewhouse, on south side of Market Place. RR & Survey
7.2.1795 Mr Robert Parkin, Innholder, Hudds. Mercury.
1797 Robert Parkin, Market Place, the Horse & Jockey. Note –or corn market, now called the Fleece Inn. RR
19.9.1803 Thomas Parkin, Horse & Jockey. Brewsters
20.9.1806 Thomas Parkin, Horse & Jockey Brewsters
14.9.1807 Thomas Parkin, Horse & Jockey Brewsters
13.2.1814 Thomas Parkin, Hudds., innkeeper HPR baptisms
12.10.1815 Col. Bernard, intercededing with Jos. Radcliffe for Parkin "who for some years has kept a publick house in Huddersfield, whose licence has not been renewed. RAD papers
1816 Thomas Perkin, Horse & Jockey, Market Place. Carrier to Thurstonland. Directory.
ND Where the West Riding Bank now stands, there stood an old public house, commonly called the Doll Hole, kept by Thomas Paking.  
10.12.1796 James Thompson, The Horse Shoe, Huddersfield. Mercury
20.12.1797 James Thompson & Martha his wife, Innkeeper, Hudds. QS1/139/2
19.9.1803 James Thompson, Horse Shoes. Brewsters
20.9.1806 James Thompson, Horse Shoes. Brewsters
14.9.1807 James Thompson, Horse Shoes. Brewsters
1818 Joseph Beaumont, Horse Shoe, Kirkgate. Directory
24.2.1821 Fire in hay loft of Horse Shoes public house, Hudds. Mercury
24.1.1824 Married, Thursday last, Mr Sykes, finedrawer, to Mrs Mallinson of the Horse Shoes Inn, Hudds. Mercury
1828 Radcliffe Sykes, Horse Shoes. Recog
1883 Old Horse Shoe Inn, Kirkgate, pulled down Hordern