Holmes



Psalters Lane Shop
Psalters Lane Shop Holmes Rotherham

© Unknown

Psalters Lane Shop Holmes Rotherham

© Old Rotherham 2013

This building has recently been used as a cafe but know seems to be being used as residential.

Pigeon Cote Inn
Pigeon Cote Inn Holmes Rotherham

© Rotherham Family History Society

Pigeon Cote Inn Holmes Rotherham

© Old Rotherham 2013

The earliest mention of the Pigeon Cote Inn is from 1853. This pub closed it's doors in 1976 but the building is still in use today. Address: Steel Street, Holmes, Rotherham.

Pembroke Street / Pitt Street Shop
Pembroke Street Pitt Street Shop Holmes Rotherham

© Rotherham Family History Society

Pembroke Street Pitt Street Shop Holmes Rotherham

© Old Rotherham 2012


Pembroke Street / Pitt Street Shop
Pembroke Street Pitt Street Shop Holmes Rotherham

© Rotherham Family History Society

Pembroke Street Pitt Street Shop Holmes Rotherham

© Old Rotherham 2012


Address
Holmes
Rotherham
S61
Notes
In the early 1800s, The Holmes was, in the township of Kimberworth, and parish of Rotherham, liberty of Tickhill; situated 1.25 miles from Rotherham. Holmes Hall, a plain, square brick building, with its back to the railway was the residence of the Earls of Effingham.