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Blue Bell Inn, Church Street, Dronfield, Derbyshire

Dronfield pub history index

This pub closed in the 1930s and is now demolished. **

The address of this pub was earlier given as Far Water Lane and is now given as Cemetery Road. It was rebuilt in the 1930s and is now named the Three Tuns (2013). **

Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Derbyshire.

Residents at this address

1891/Sam Barker / Beer Retailer /../../Kelly’s Directory **

1891/Sam Barker/Sickle Maker & Beer House Keeper/35/Kettering, Northampton/Census
1891/Mary Ann Barker/Wife/29/Milnthorpe, Derbyshire/Census
1891/Alfred Barker/Son/9/HackansthorpeDronfield, Derbyshire/Census
1891/George Barker/Son/7/Walkley, Yorkshire/Census
1891/Sarah Ellen Barker/Daughter/5/Walkley, Yorkshire/Census
1891/Annie Elizabeth Barker/Daughter/3/Dronfield, Derbyshire/Census
1891/Polly Barker/Daughter/Under 2 months/Dronfield, Derbyshire/Census
1891/Sarah Wain/Mother in Law, Widow/64/Mosborough, Derbyshire/Census

1912/Joseph William Wainwright / Formerly Publican & Grocer /../../London Gazette, 21 May 1912 **


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