William Stones Ltd: Pubs Outside Yorkshire

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William Stones Ltd: Pubs Outside Yorkshire

Stones Ltd


  1. Anchor, St Marys Gate, Chesterfield
  2. Angel Hotel, High Street, Chesterfield (closed 1926)
  3. Angel, Derby Road, Birdholme, Chesterfield (built 1920s by Stones: the licence from the Angel Hotel, High Street was transferred here)
  4. Angel, South Street North, New Whittington, Chesterfield
  5. Boythorpe, Boythorpe Road, Chesterfield (to Hardy & Hanson in 1991)
  6. Britannia, 56 Old Hall Road, Brampton, Chesterfield (acquired 1904)
  7. Buck inn, Holywell Street, Chesterfield
  8. County Hotel, 83 Saltergate, Chesterfield (built 1864)
  9. Cross Keys, Knifesmithgate, Chesterfield (referred 1869)
  10. Crown & Cushion, Low Pavement, Chesterfield
  11. Derby Arms, Newbold Road, Chesterfield (leased to Stones until 1884)
  12. Durham Ox, Shambles, Chesterfield (closed c.1920)
  13. Grouse, 136 Chatsworth Road, Brampton, Chesterfield (acquired late 19c)
  14. Half Moon, Chatsworth Road, Brampton, Chesterfield (acquired 1920)
  15. Hare & Hounds, 151 Sheffield Road, Chesterfield (rebuilt by Stones in 1966)
  16. Lord Nelson, 16 Stephenson Place, Chesterfield
  17. Masons Arms, 3 Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield (from Truswells in 1955; to Hardy & Hanson in 1991)
  18. Midland Hotel, Station Back Lane, Chesterfield (closed 1970)
  19. New Inn, 192 Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield (acquired late 19c; to Hardy & Hanson in 1991; later the Tramway Tavern)
  20. Old Fountain, Saltergate, Chesterfield (closed mid- 1920s)
  21. Phoenix, St Marys Gate, Chesterfield
  22. Portland Hotel, West Bars, Chesterfield (built by Stones in 1899; reopened in June 2001 by J D Wetherspoon). See: Portland Hotel, Chesterfield
  23. Racecourse Tavern, 1 Stand Road, Whittington Moor, Chesterfield (to Hardy & Hanson in 1991)
  24. Red Lion, 261 Chatsworth Road, Chesterfield (rebuilt 1920 by Stones)
  25. Red Lion, Vicar Lane, Chesterfield (closed 1989)
  26. Rising Sun, 78 High Street, New Whittington, Chesterfield
  27. Rose & Crown, Old Hall Road, Brampton, Chesterfield
  28. Royal Oak, 1 Shambles, Chesterfield (acquired by Stones in 1898)
  29. Star, Chatsworth Road, Brampton, Chesterfield
  30. Tanners Arms, Hollis Lane, Chesterfield (closed 1924)

Elsewhere in Derbyshire

  1. Anchor, High Street, Clowne
  2. Angel, Castle Street, Bolsover
  3. Angel, High Street, Staveley
  4. Black Horse, Whaley Road, Whaley, Langwith
  5. Blacksmiths Arms, Barbers Row, Renishaw
  6. Brickmakers Arms, 168 Manor Road, Brimington Common
  7. Bridge, 3 Sheffield Road, Dronfield
  8. Butchers Arms, 40 Church Street, Brimington (ex Richdales)
  9. Butchers Arms, Mason Street, Whitwell
  10. Castle Hotel, Castle Street, Castleton
  11. Devonshire Arms, Westfield Lane, Middle Handley
  12. Dog, Market Street, Chapel en le Frith
  13. Drum, Market Place, Shirebrook
  14. Eyre Arms, Hassop Green, Hassop (interior remodelled by Stones, ca.1952)
  15. Foresters Inn, Market Street, Staveley
  16. George Hotel, Castle Street, Castleton
  17. Green Dragon, Church Street, Dronfield
  18. Greyhound, 51 Sheffield Road, Dronfield
  19. Hanging Gate, Manchester Road, Cockyard
  20. King of Diamonds, Langwith Road, Langwith Junction
  21. Markham Arms, Dorset Drive, New Brimington (opened by Stones in July 1957)
  22. Masons Arms, Cemetery Road, Dronfield
  23. Midland, 269 Sheffield Road, Killamarsh
  24. Moulders Arms, Church Street, Riddings, near Alfreton
  25. Old Bowling Green, East Bank, Winster
  26. Old Hall Hotel, Market Place, Hope
  27. Pebley Inn, Pebley Lane, Barlborough
  28. Portland, 2 Elmton Road, Creswell
  29. Prince of Wales, Thanet Street, Clay Cross
  30. Queens Head, 12 Main Road, Ridgeway
  31. Rose & Crown, High Street, Barlborough (later to Hardy & Hanson)
  32. Rose & Crown, 166 High Street, Eckington
  33. Royal Oak, High Street, Barlborough
  34. Royal Oak, Bolsover Road, Mastin Moor (demolished 2003)
  35. Soldier Dick, A6, Furness Vale
  36. Somerset House, Top Road, Calow (opened 1956)
  37. Victoria, Stubley Lane, Dronfield
  38. West End, 71 West Street, Eckington
  39. White Hart, High Street, Clowne
  40. Yew Tree, 234 Holmley Lane, Coal Aston
  41. Yorkshire Bridge Inn, Ashopton Road, Bamford


  1. Axe & Cleaver, Keeling Street, North Somercotes (ex Moors & Robson's Breweries Ltd)
  2. Black Horse, Melton Road, Wrawby
  3. Countryman, Chapel Road, Ingoldmells. Later a home-brew pub: see Leila Cottage Brewery
  4. Cross Keys, Main Street, Fulstow
  5. Elm Cottage, 138 Church Street, Gainsborough
  6. George, George Street, Barton upon Humber
  7. Golden Cross, Boston Road, North End, Swineshead. See Golden Cross, Swineshead
  8. Greyhound, Upgate, Louth
  9. Market Tavern, South Square, Boston
  10. Nelthorpe Arms, 1 Bridge Street, Brigg
  11. Plough, Church Street, Gainsborough
  12. Queens, 123 Rowland Road, Scunthorpe
  13. Red Lion, High Street, Redbourne
  14. Royal Oak, High Street, Barrow upon Humber
  15. Royal Oak, Watery Lane, Little Cawthorpe
  16. Saracens Head, High Street, Hogsthorpe
  17. Seaview Hotel, North Parade, Skegness. See Sea View Hotel, Skegness
  18. Three Horseshoes, Westgate, Scotton
  19. Three Kings, Saltersway, Threekingham
  20. Vine Hotel, South Road, Chapel St Leonards
  21. Wellington Arms, 200-202 Freeman Street, Grimsby
  22. Wellington, Ramsgate, Louth
  23. Wheatsheaf, 62 Westgate, Louth
  24. White Hart Hotel, 3a Cornhill, Spilsby (to Hardy & Hanson 1993)
  25. White Horse, Newmarket, Louth


  1. Brick & Tile, 81 Moorgate, Retford
  2. Cannon, Carlton Road, Worksop (named after the brewery's trademark)
  3. Duke William, Town Street, Askham
  4. Dunkirk Hotel, Montpelier Road, Old Lenton, Nottingham. See: Dunkirk Hotel, Nottingham
  5. Flying Scotsman, Hallcroft Road, Retford
  6. Fourways, Leeming Lane South, Mansfield Woodhouse (converted to pub by Stones in 1960s)
  7. Fox & Hounds, Stockwith Road, Walkeringham
  8. French Horn, Potter Street, Worksop (rebuilt 1906)
  9. Greendale Oak, 41 Norfolk Street, Worksop (ex Hooson Brothers Park Brewery (Sheffield); then to Ind Coope in 1914; then to Stones)
  10. Hop Pole, Welham Road, Retford
  11. Jays, Doncaster Road, Langold
  12. Lord Byron, Quarry Lane, Mansfield (ex Mansfield Brewery)
  13. Markham Moor Inn, Great North Road, Markham Moor, near Retford (purchased 1950 for £15,500)
  14. New Inn, 182 Thrumpton Lane, Retford
  15. Packet, Station Road, Misterton
  16. Pauncefote Arms, Fosse Road, East Stoke
  17. Plough, High Street Ordsall, Retford
  18. Railway, Station Road, South Leverton (built 1854; demolished)
  19. Red Heart, Church Street, Misterton
  20. Sherwood Ranger, High Street, Carlton in Lindrick
  21. Sherwood Ranger, 18 Churchgate, Retford
  22. Three Horse Shoes, High Street, Walkeringham
  23. Unicorn, 37 Bridge Street, Worksop (rebuilt 1933)
  24. White Hart, Main Street, West Stockwith