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Aldermans Green (Birch)

Address:Aldermans Green
Became:Weavers Arms
Alternative Addresses:Courthouse Green, 237 Bell Green Road
These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
Weavers Arms Bell Green Rd In 1861 Mrs Mary Birch, a widower, was a victualler at the Weavers Arms in Courthouse Green. It does not appear in directories as a public house until 1879. The name of this beerhouse must have come from the occupation of John Birch. It has been listed under a number of different addresses over the years. It appears as a public house in an 1879 directory, and then not again until 1929. Fom then onwards it is always a public house, so I think this must make it one of the last beerhouses to survive in Coventry. In 2006 it added an Indian Restaurant. Weavers Arms Bell Green Rd 2


1841 - 1851 John Birch, ribbon weaver, Courthouse Green 1861 - 1868 Mrs Mary Birch, Courthouse Green / Aldermans Green 1874 - 1888 William Harrison, Courthouse Green 1904 - 1924 Charles Bunn, Courthouse Green 1929 - 1940 C. Bunn
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