List of Carter & Sons pubs

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List of Carter & Sons houses

  1. Rose & Crown, Huddersfield Road, Ingbirchworth (acquired June 1845)
  2. Beerhouse at Thurgoland (May 1846)
  3. North Tavern, North Street, Bradford (Nov. 1851)
  4. Woodman Inn, Wakefield Road, Barnsley (Jan. 1852)
  5. Angel with brewhouse, Angel Street, Bolton on Dearne (Oct. 1852)
  6. Cemetery Hotel, Leeds Road, Bradford (Jan. 1853)
  7. Ship Inn, Park Road, Worsbrough (Jan. 1853)
  8. Beerhouse, Staincross Common, near Barnsley (Oct. 1953)
  9. Lord John Russell, formerly White Lion, Old Toll Bar House, Old Mill Lane, Barnsley (Nov. 1853)
  10. Beerhouse, Westmorland Street, Wakefield (Nov. 1864)
  11. White Bear, Barnsley Road, Wath on Dearne (1869, sold to Whitworth, Son & Nephew Ltd., 1884)
  12. Pheasant, Wentworth Road, Platt’s Common (July 1870)
  13. Cutter Inn with brewhouse, Bridge Street, Wakefield (Nov. 1870)
  14. White Horse Inn, Westgate, Wakefield (Sept. 1871)
  15. Royal Hotel, Wood Street, Wakefield (Oct. 1871)
  16. White Hart, formerly Malt Shovel, East Ardsley (Sept. 1872)
  17. Kings Arms, Church Street, Horbury (Aug. 1873)
  18. Black Swan, East Ardsley (Oct. 1873)
  19. Butchers Arms, High Street, Monk Bretton (Dec. 1873)
  20. Red Lion, Market Place, Pontefract (May 1874)
  21. Odd Fellows Hall, St Georges Street, Bradford (May 1874, ex Peel Park Brewery Co. Ltd.)
  22. Sailor Boy Inn, New Street, Barnsley (July 1874)
  23. Little Bull Inn, Bridge Street, Castleford (Aug. 1874)
  24. Bay Horse, Snow Hill, Wakefield (Oct. 1874)
  25. Blue Bell Inn with brewhouse, Barnsley Road, Hemsworth (Oct. 1875)
  26. Fleece Inn, Brooke Street, Wakefield (April 1876)
  27. Bay Horse Inn, Back Lane, Wakefield
  28. New Inn, Cross Square, Wakefield
  29. Union Inn, Horbury Road, Wakefield (March 1877)
  30. Clothiers Arms, Dewsbury Road, Wakefield (March 1878)
  31. Sun Inn, Leeds Road, Lofthouse Gate (April 1878)
  32. Sultan Inn with brewhouse, Providence Street, Wakefield (Dec. 1879)
  33. Bay Horse Inn, Bradford Road, East Ardsley (May 1880)
  34. Travellers Rest, Monk Bretton (July 1880)
  35. Star Inn, Whitwood, Castleford (July 1881)
  36. Victoria Inn, Snape Hill Road, Darfield (Feb. 1882)
  37. Prospect Inn, Altofts, near Castleford (Feb. 1883)
  38. Graziers Inn, Market Street, Wakefield (Oct. 1883)
  39. Cricketers Arms, Cluntergate, Horbury (April 1885)
  40. Little Bull, New Road, Middlestown (July 1885)
  41. Ivy Cottage Inn, Whitwood Mere (Nov. 1885)
  42. Cross Pipes Inn, Alverthorpe, near Wakefield (Dec. 1885)
  43. Black Rock Hotel, Bread Street (19 Cross Square), Wakefield (Jan. 1886). See: Black Rock Hotel, Wakefield
  44. Kings Head, Kirkgate, Wakefield (Dec. 1888)
  45. Blackamoors Head, Corn Market, Pontefract (Nov. 1889)

Carter & Sons probably also owned:

  1. Old Globe Inn, Skelmanthorpe
  2. Duke William, Clayton West
  3. British Queen, Scissett
  4. Cattle Market Inn, George Street, Wakefield
  5. Cliff Tree Inn, Balne Lane, Wakefield (owned in 1872)
  6. Borough Market Hotel, Borough Market, Wakefield (owned in 1872)
  7. Boy & Barrel, Northgate, Wakefield (owned in 1872)
  8. Black Horse, Westgate, Wakefield (owned in 1872, later John Smith’s Tadcaster Brewery Ltd.)
  9. Baltic Inn, later Granville Hotel, Kirkgate, Wakefield (owned in 1872)
  10. Dram Shop, Westgate, Wakefield (owned in 1872)
  11. Mexborough Arms, Wood Street, Wakefield (owned in 1872)
  12. Dewsbury Arms, Kirkgate, Wakefield (owned in 1872)
  13. Shakespeare Tavern, Teall Street, Wakefield (owned in 1872)
  14. Victoria Inn, Ossett Road, Wakefield (owned in 1872)
  15. Albion Inn, Eastmoor, Wakefield (owned in 1872)
  16. Globe Inn, Westgate, Wakefield (owned in 1886)
  17. Shepherds Rest, George Street, Wakefield (owned in 1886)
  18. Off-licence, Market Street, Wakefield (owned in 1886)
  19. Black Horse, Thornhill Edge, near Dewsbury