There's this, courtesy of sheff-indexers site:
Radford, George (, Inns & Taverns).
Residing at Railway Hotel, Broughton Lane, Attercliffe, Carbrook, etc. in 1871.
Recorded in: Whites Sheffield & District Directory - 1871.
On the 1871 census, this is George Radford with his iwfe Lydia and their children:
Name: George Radford
Estimated birth year: abt 1823
Spouse's name: Lydia
Where born: Worksop, Nottinghamshire, England
Civil parish: Attercliffe Cum Darnall, Broughton Lane, Railway Tavern.
Ecclesiastical parish: Trinity
Registration district: Sheffield
Sub-registration district: Attercliffe
ED, institution, or vessel: 12
Household schedule number: 233
George Radford 48
Lydia Radford 43
Emily Radford 22
Mary A Radford 16
George Radford 14
Lydia Radford 9
On the 1851 census George is a "Boatman" living at "Canalside".
It looks as though Jeremiah Radford had the Railway Inn before George Radford took over.
Last edited by DUFFEMS; 17-05-2010 at 10:03.
Reason: Extra information