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Mexbro Arms, Harrogate Road


Mexbro Arms, Harrogate Road
Description:
6th January 1925. View shows the Mexbro' Arms (sometimes spelt Mexborough) public house on Harrogate Road. The landlord of this Tetley's pub was at the time Sydney W. Atterton. Built in the early eighteenth century on land previously owned by the Earl of Mexborough, it was originally known as the Bowling Green Inn. It was to close later in the 1920s when a new Mexborough Arms (now called The Three Hulats) was built to the side of it.

User Comments:

Name:
graham sadler

Comment:
Now a Weatherspoons pub. As far as I know it does quite well. By the way, according to a sign inside, a Hulat is a owl of some sort

Date:
23-Jul-2015

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Name:
Will Bramhill

Comment:
1871 Landlord and landlady were Joseph and Sarah Higgins age 48 and 40 with children Joseph Jane and William, ages 9, 7 and 3. Also there was Joseph's widowed sister Elizabeth (Blinks?) and servants Amelia Burrows housemaid; William Morton (believed to be my wife's 2x great grandfather aka Mark Morton), groom; and Joshua Crabtree boots.

Date:
20-Oct-2019

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