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Inns and Public Houses references explanation

  Inns & Public Houses Most facts have been obtained from Trade directories but not all establishments in the old Morley Borough were entered in those publications and this list is intended only as a guide for more detailed studies Key F First observed entry in a Trade Directory L Last observed entry in a Trade Directory Kelly 1897 Kelly’s 1897 Trade Directory Pigot 1841 Pigot’s 1841 Trade Directory Robinson 1905 Robinson’s 1905 Trade Directory White 1853 White’s 1853 Trade Directory Baines 1822 Baines’ 1822 Trade Directory Baines 1830 Baines’ 1830 Trade Directory P.O 1861 Post Office directory 1861 P.O. 1877 Post Office directory 1877 Yearbook 29 Morley Local History Society Yearbook No 29 R.Dennis 'History on Your Doorstep W. Smith 1896 Morley Ancient and Modern by William Smith published 1896 W. Smith 1898 The public Houses of Morley – lecture by Wm Smith in Troy Hill School. Morley Observer December 16 1898.  A Morley Community Archives booklet of this lecture is available
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Cherry Tree Inn

Name Cherry Tree Inn Address The Moor, just above the Park, Drighlington Built ? Closed Yes Demolished Yes Notes The Berisford Family lived here until the building was demolished  

Painters Arms

  Name Painters Arms Address 35 Bradford Road, Drighlington BD11 9AS Built ? Closed Yes in November 2010 Demolished No Notes Transfer of ownership document dated 15 November 1864. Premises converted in to residential use. Licensee 1905 Thomas Green. Brewery owner 1970 – John Smiths Additional information provided by a member of Morley Community Archives

Barleycorn Inn

  Name Barleycorn Inn Address Field Head Lane Built ? Closed Yes Demolished Yes Notes A Beerhouse. F:Baines 1822. Robinson 1905. D.Atkinson: Licensee 1905, William Hopkinson

Black Bull Inn

Name Black Bull Inn Address 35 King Street, Drighlingon BD11 1EJ Built ? Closed Yes Demolished No Notes D.Atkinson: Directory refs 1822. Licensees 1853 Thomas Green, 1905 Joseph S. Holdsworth. Brewery owner 1970 Websters. Premises converted into an Italian Restaurant and Bar  


  Name Cock or later Old Cock Address Penfield Road, Adwalton, Drighlington Built ? Closed Yes Demolished ? Notes F: Baines 1822. Pigot 1841. White 1853. D.Atkinson: Licensee 1853 Richard Cowling.