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Search Aspect ( Angel Inn Yard )
Location - Leeds & District

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Briggate, Angel Inn Yard (City Centre)
Black & White image1st March 1907. View of the Angel Inn Yard seen from Briggate. The Angel Inn can just be seen. This Inn dates from the late 18th century but underwent alterations in the late nineteenth century. It ceased trading as an inn in 1903 but continued in use as business premises. The jewellers T.S. & H. Davis, previously in Bank Street, occupied the premises from 1966 until 1992. Samuel Smith's brewery of Tadcaster converted the building in 2000 and it became the Angel Inn once more.
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Briggate, showing Dixons Electrical Retailers at numbers 65 - 68. (City Centre) (1 comment)
Colour image6th October 1999. View of Dixons Electrical Retailers at numbers 65 - 68 Briggate. On 5th April 2006 there was a move away from the Dixons brand name and the store, one of a large chain throughout the U.K. and Northern Ireland owned by D.S.G. International PLC., is now known as Currys Digital. The pedestrianised areas of Briggate have been re-paved since this image was taken and the final phase is now in operation using York Stone and granite setts. The Angel Inn Yard, a narrow entrance at the right edge accesses Angel Buildings which re-opened as the Angel Inn in June 2000 after nearly one hundred years.
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Lands Lane (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image1898. Lands Lane, east side, showing entrance to Angel Inn Yard and shop property immediately before demolition. Queue of children outside the property.
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Mrs. Emma Stanway, nee Munns, former Leeds Publican (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White image13th November 1919. Studio portrait taken in Wakefield, of Mrs. Emma Stanway, nee Munns, a former Leeds publican, on the occasion of her 70th birthday. Although the period of the photograph is later (1919) she is dressed in Edwardian style finery with a large plumed hat, fur stole and fur handwarmer or muff. She also appears to be wearing a pendant watch on a necklace and rings on her fingers. Emma had been the publican of several well-known establishments in the Leeds area including the Angel Inn in Briggate. She was married four times and had 10 children, some of whom did not survive to adulthood. She was born Emma Munns on the 13th November 1849 in Northamptonshire. By 1874 she had moved to Leeds and was living with her second husband, Robert John Fuller, and children. He died in 1894 and from the 15th June 1894 until 20th October 1903 she was the publican of the Angel Inn in Briggate and resided in Angel Inn Yard. She remarried on 27th March 1895 to another resident of the yard, Henry Payler, who bacame her 3rd husband. In 1896 it is known that Emma applied to the Stage, Plays and Music Licences Committee to obtain a music licence for the Angel Inn but her application was refused. Emma's 4th marriage was to Thomas Stanway of 1 North Hall Terrace, which took place on the 24th October 1904. From the 26th April 1906 until the 26th July 1907 she was the publican of the Britannia Hotel in Belinda Street, Hunslet. She moved from there to take over the Mexborough Arms in Low Road, Hunslet (26th July 1907 - 24th January 1908.) By 1911 Emma had moved to Wakefield to become a Boarding House Keeper. She died in Wakefield in her 79th year and was interred in Hunslet Cemetery on 5th October 1929.
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