TitleEdward Twivey (1844 - 1904), Proprietor of Brincliffe Oaks Hotel, Nether Edge, Sheffield
AdminHistoryMr Edward Twivey was born in 1844 in Barmby, Howden, East Yorkshire. He is recorded in Sheffield trade/street directories 1884 - 1902 as a 'victualler' and proprietor of the Brincliffe Oaks Hotel, 17 Oak Hill Road, Nether Edge, Sheffield. In the 1890s through to c. 1900 Mr Twivey also served as victualler at the Maunche Hotel, 14 Corn Exchange Buildings, Sheffield. His home address was at 'Newfields', Howden, East Yorkshire. He married his second wife Elizabeth Hoyland (c. 1843 - 1931) in 1879 who helped him run the Brincliffe Oaks Hotel. Twivey had at least three children from a previous marriage: John George Twivey (born c. 1865), Robert Joseph Twivey (born c. 1868), and Edward Twivey (born c. 1871). Twivey died in Sheffield on 10 Oct 1904.

Brincliffe Oaks Hotel is first recorded in Sheffield trade/street directories in the late 1860s with Benjamin Beeley (c. 1799 - 1873) as proprietor (although an ale house is said to have existed on the site since the 1600s). Brincliffe Oaks pub closed in 2007.
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CustodialHistoryThis item was donated to Sheffield Archives in Mar 2015 by the great grandson of Mr F. Powls (to whom the letter was addressed)
ArchNoteCatalogued prepared by Tim Knebel, Apr 2015
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