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Gallery
Market Place Market Place
Note the new building in the photo on the corner.
Regent Street Regent Street
Note the 'Old Red Lion Hotel'
Chapmangate Chapmangate
Note the independent chapel built in 1807 to the left.
The Cross Keys Inn
The Cross Keys was an old established inn and named as such because of it's proximity to the Manor of the Dean of York and probably situated on land owned by that Manor.
Cross Keys 2005
Cross Keys taken in 2005
Cross Keys 2006
Cross Keys taken in 2006
Cross Keys
Taken from the Hull Packet newspaper for Friday Aug 11, 1882
   
Landlords of the Cross Keys
   
1937 Kelly's Directory Bilton H. H. Cross Keys P.H. 29 Market st
1933 Kelly's Directory Bilton H. H. Cross Keys P.H. Market st
1931 Hull Daily Mail 16 Oct - Tadcaster Tower Breweries gained possession of the Cross Keys occupied by William Blackburn Drake.
1929 Kelly's Directory Drake Wm. Cross Keys P.H. Market st
1921 Kelly's Directory Kendall Henry, Cross Keys P.H. Market street
1913 Kelly's Directory Kendall Henry, Cross Keys P.H. Market street
1909 Kelly's Directory Kendall Henry, joiner, Cross Keys P.H. Market street
1897 Kelly's Directory Kendall Henry, joiner, Cross Keys P.H. Market street
1892 Bulmers Directory Cross   Keys,   Market   street; John Glaisby
1889 Kelly's Directory Glaisby John, Cross Keys p.h. Market street
1881 Census Thomas Lister, publican, Age 32
1879 Post Office Directory Lister Thomas, Cross Keys, Market street
1871 Census Christopher Sinnington, Licenced Victualler, Age 39
1861 Census John Blanchard, Blacksmith & Innkeeper, Age 33
1858 William Whites Cross Keys, George Dickenson, Skt
1851 Census George Dickenson, Age 63, Publican
1844 Easton's Directory Cross Keys Inn, George Dickinson
(Owners: Collinsons Trustees)
1841 Census George Dickinson, Age 50, Innkeeper
1840 White's Directory Cross Keys,   Thomas Grant, Swine market
1834 Piggot's Directory Cross Keys, Thomas Grant, Swine market
1826 Beverley Archives Alehouse recognizance for Thomas Grant with Surety by Robert Todd of Pocklington
1823 Baine's Directory Cross Keys, Wm. Johnson, Smithy hill
1823 Beverley Archives William Johnson Alehouse recognizance with Surety by William Tindale of Pocklington, cooper
1822 Beverley Archives William Johnson Alehouse recognizance with Surety George Rispin of Pocklington and Jonatham Nathan Lowe at Pocklington
   
   

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