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Yarn Spinner, HalifaxRef 17-1119
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Yates's Wine Lodge, HalifaxRef 17-571
Silver Street.

See Black Swan, Halifax and Victory Lounge, Halifax

Yew Tree Inn, NorthowramRef 17-768
Northowram Green.

Aka the Old Yew Tree, Towngate.

In January 2019, the Halifax Courier reported that campaigners had launched a petition objecting to plans to convert the building in apartments.


Innkeepers, licensees and landlords:

 

Yew Tree, Mill BankRef 17-1370
At one time, part of Deerplay, Mill Bank was used as the Yew Tree public house

York Inn, HalifaxRef 17-1344
2 York Street South, Charlestown Road.

The inn opened between 1861 & 1871.

The pub it stood on the end of a terraced row of houses which lay at right angles to Charlestown Road.

It was a Whitaker pub.

It was demolished around 1937 when property in the area was cleared


Innkeepers, licensees and landlords:

  • 1871: Joseph Sunderland
  • 1881: Mrs Ellen Sunderland
  • 1881: John Halliday
  • 1891: Henry Squires
  • 1893: Henry Squires
  • 1901: Samuel Fossard
  • 1905: Samuel Fossard
  • 1912: Samuel Fossard
  • 1912: Annie Webster
  • 1921: Annie Webster
  • 1921: Willie Longbottom
  • 1927: William Longbottom
  • 1935: Willie Longbottom
  • 1935: Harry Mitchell
  • 1937: Harry Mitchell

 

York Tavern, TodmordenRef 17-286
York Street North.

Built in 1824

Originally the York Tavern, the name was changed to the York Hotel.

It was once owned by Thomas Hartley

See Todmorden Prosecution Society


Innkeepers, licensees and landlords:

 

Yorkshireman Restaurant, HipperholmeRef 17-1249
Towngate.

A fairly recent enterprise. In the 1950s/1960s, it was a collection of cottages and a sweet shop


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