Queens Hotel

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Queens Hotel
Address 22 Otley Rd
Postcode BD17 7HB
Building Date
Early Licence
Last Licence Mr Angelo Gordon
Brewery San Angelo Limited
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A pub/hotel at the bottom of Queen St, Baildon.

The Queens and The Junction were built in 19th Century about the same time as the houses in Woodbottom (now mostly pulled down. 1970.). The houses were built by families called:- Oddy, Gill, Robinson and Wildman. Gill built the Queen Hotel, and Wildman built the Junction Hotel.[1]

  • William Gill - Beer Retailer, Baildon Woodbottom. P113, Jones Merchantile Directory of Bradford 1863.

The Queens Closed 2008.

Was Amore restaurant 2009.

By 2012 it was San Angelo's Italian restaurant.

Now (2018) San Angelo's Italian Restaurant


Please read the page Licencees, sources for information about where a lot of the licencee names and owner names have come from.

1872 to 1955

Summary of Register of Licences granted in Otley for Queens Hotel.
1872 to 1955.[3]
Licencee Date Owner[4]
Gill, William 1872 Aug 30 William Gill, Woodbottom,Northgate, Baildon
Joseph Waddington 1874 June 5
Moses Plews 1879 July 2 Moses Plews, Baildon
Elizabeth Plews 1880 Dec 3 The devisees of Moses Plews decd.
Benjamin Deighton 1885 July 3 Thomas Gains, Cross Lewis Street[5], Chapeltown, Leeds
Bain Smith 1885 Nov 6
William Hargreaves 1886 Dec 3
Albert Hugh Nettleton 1892 Sep 30 Joshua Tetley & Son Ltd.
Harry Ramsden 1901 Apr 12
Abraham Bland 1905 Dec 8
Lillie Bland 1907 Sep 13
Alberta Collins Temp 1940 Jul 5
John Norman Baxter 1955 Feb 4 Ownership confirmed 26 Jan 1954
Transferred to Bingley Petty Sessional Division 31 Dec 1955

Census Data

1911 Census

1911 Census for Queen's Hotel, 20 Otley Road. Sched 108

Name Status Age Gender Birthplace Relationship Occupation
Lillie Bland Head 42 Female Shrewsbury, Shropshire Widow Licensed Victualler
Clara Bland Daughter 23 Female Keighley, Yorkshire Single Assistant to Licenced Victualler
Fred Collins Son in Law 33 Male Wyke, Yorkshire Married Cab Proprieter
Alberta Collins Daughter 22 Female Keighley, Yorkshire Married Assisatant to Licenced Victualler
Annie Wordsworth Boarder 21 Female Hoyland Common Single Dressmaker

1881 Census

1881 Census for Dwelling: 9 Queen Street (Queen Hotel)

Census Place: Baildon, York, England

Source: FHL Film 1342036 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 4339 Folio 127 Page 20

Name Status Age Gender Birthplace Relationship Occupation
Elizabeth PLEWS Widowed 43 Female Holbeck, York, England Head Publican Innkeeper
Ada PLEWS Unmarried 17 Female Holbeck, York, England Daughter
James PLEWS Unmarried 13 Male Holbeck, York, England Son
Minnie PLEWS 7 Female Holbeck, York, England Daughter Scholar
Mary PLEWS 5 Female Baildon, York, England Daughter Scholar

Electoral Register

2003-2004 Mr Austin W Gill

2008-2009 Mr Anthony D Towriss



  1. AEdwick notes.
  2. Licencees, sources
  3. Hand written entries in the Register of Licenses granted in the Division of Otley in the West Riding of the County of York
  4. Dates for the change in owner are only approximate
  5. See Plews for different spelling and address