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Foleshill, 172 Lockhurst Lane (Stringer, Dalton)

Address:172 Lockhurst Lane, Foleshill
Became:Rose
These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
1841BEERHOUSE
18411997ROSE INN
19972004LOCKHURST TAVERN
This pub has stood on Lockhurst Lane, Foleshill, since around 1841 when it first appeared in Pigot's Directory and the census of that year. At this time it was a simple beerhouse, so it is safe to assume that it opened soon after the passing of the Beerhouse Act of 1830. It was owned by Thomas Stringer and remained in the same cottage premises for over a century, becoming a Flowers owned pub along the way. in the 1841 census William Dalton is 45, a watchmaker in Carpenters Lane (i.e. Lockhurst Lane). In 1851 William Dalton is 55, still a watchmaker in Lockhurst Lane. His son, Matthew, is 17. In the 1861 census William is 66 and still a watchmaker in Lockhurst Lane whilst Matthew is 27 and a painter and glazier also in Lockhurst Lane but not the same household. In 1871 William is now 79, still a watchmaker in Lockhurst Lane, while Matthew is a painter and paper-hanger in Lockhurst Lane, still in a separate household. This doesn't seem to fit in with the licensees I have got from other directories. Photo
The abandoned Rose prior to demolition


LICENSEES:

1841 Thomas Stringer 1845 William Dalton & butcher 1863 Matthew Dalton & plumber
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