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Foleshill, 24 Cromwell Street (Lowe, Aiers, Sidwell)

Address:24 Cromwell Street, Red Lane
Became:Bricklayers Arms
Premises that appear to have had a public house license from 1879 to 1893 and then a beerhouse license 1896 to 1913, followed by a public house license until today. It was a home brew pub till c1920. The 1879 entry is a bit of a guess. In the 1841 census John Lowe is the 9 year old son of Benjamin Lowe. The Lowe family are living with the Quinney family in Red House Road. By 1851 John Lowe had become a hand loom weaver in silk in Red House Road. Then in 1861 he is a silk weaver in Cromwell Road and in 1871 becoming a baker and grocer. These premises had a license by 1879 and seems to have become the Bricklayers Arms. Photo

LICENSEES:

1879 John Lowe & baker & grocer 1896 Mrs M. Aiers 1903 Amos Aiers 1905 George Sidwell 1911 - 1913 Mrs R. A. Sidwell
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