Many accurate 1921 census transcriptions have already been added to the pub history site, including London, and parts of Middlesex.
Pontefract pub history index
Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Yorkshire.
Residents at this address
1891/Alfred Brook/Publican/31/South Hiendley, Yorkshire/Census
1891/Mary Brook/Wife/28/Gunthorpe, Yorkshire/Census
1891/Bertha Brook/Niece/6/South Hiendley, Yorkshire/Census
1891/Lilian S Peck/Servant/16/Gunthorpe, Yorkshire/Census
1891/Ralph Pagdin/Lodger, Quarry Man/18/Ackworth, Yorkshire/Census
In the 1901 census, Tom Fieldsend is a house decorator, living at 7 Caxton street, Ackworth.
1911/Tom Fieldsend/Beerhouse Keeper/45/Ringinglow Sheffield, Yorkshire/Census
1911/Clara A Fieldsend/Wife, Assistant/36/South Hindley, Yorkshire/Census
1911/Henry Fieldsend/Son/15/Barnsley, Yorkshire/Census
1911/Alfred Fieldsend/Son/12/Barnsley, Yorkshire/Census
1911/Charles Fieldsend/Brother, Mechanic Engineer/58/Barnsley, Yorkshire/Census
1911/Sarah Broadhead/Niece, Assistant, Widow/29/Barnsley, Yorkshire/Census
In the 1939 electoral register, Tom Fieldsend is a retired pianter living in Blackpool, with birth date of 16 August 1865, with his wife Clara A Fieldsend, born 3 April 1874, and two daughters Elsie Fieldsend (later Bridgett) and Nellie Fieldsend (later Dawson).
2018 - Masons Arms, Bell Lane, Ackworth, Pontefract WF7 7JD