List of Alfred M. Eadon & Co. Ltd. pubs

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Eadon & Co. Ltd

  • 1. Golden Ball, Spring Gardens, Doncaster (acquired 1854)
  • 2. Hyde Park Tavern, Carr House Road/ Nelson Street, Doncaster (by 1870)
  • 3. Prince of Wales, Hyde Park Road/ Carr House Lane, Doncaster (1882, ex- Francis Ogley, Conisbrough)
  • 4. Mail Coach, Frenchgate, Doncaster (1882)
  • 5. Beerhouse, 18/ 19 Bridge Street, Doncaster (1892)
  • 6. Leopard Inn, St Sepulchre Gate, Doncaster (1892). Rebuilt by Warwicks & Richardsons. See: Leopard, Doncaster
  • 7. Poplar Inn, Altofts (1883)
  • 8. Turf Tavern, St. James Street, Doncaster (1883)
  • 9. Off- licence, Catherine Street, Doncaster
  • 10. Off- licence, Alexandra Street, Goole
  • 11. Off- licence, Burlington Street, Goole
  • 12. Railway Hotel, Flush Dyke, Ossett
  • 13. White Lion with brewhouse, St. George’s Gate, Doncaster (Aug. 1888)
  • 14. Forester’s Arms, Village Street, Adwick le Street (July 1893)
  • 15. Butcher’s Arms, Marshgate, Doncaster
  • 16. Plumber’s Arms, St. Sepulchre Gate, Doncaster
  • 17. Tradesmen’s Club, Nether Hall Road/ Market Road, Doncaster
  • 18. Plough Inn, Main Street, Auckley