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Albion Tavern, 45-46 Thomas Street

These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
ALBION INN
1835?BEERHOUSE, 45 Thomas Street
18411962ALBION TAVERN
Albion Inn 'Albion' is a poetic name for Britain. From 1835 it was the Albion Inn, a Beerhouse, Thomas Street, This had a public house license from 1841 when it became the Albion Tavern. In 1903 it was leased by Phillips & Marriott for £19 per annum from Mrs Salmon and then purchased in 1911 for £950. In 1962 it was closed during the widescale redevelopment of the area.

LICENSEES:

1841 Charles Spicer (Beerhouse license) 1845 W. Kinch 1850 - 1868 Joseph Shrewsbury 1868 - 1870 Abraham Johnson 1870 - 1871 William Berry, an elastic web weaver 1874 H. Farmer 1879 - 1881 Richard Pepper 1886 T. G. Evans 1890 - 1905 Charles Webb 1905 - 1913 Walter Joseph Chinn 1913 - 1922 James Stringer 1924 W. D. Stringer 1926 - 1927 Mrs M. A. Stringer 1933 - 1940 Charles Shirley 1955 - 1962 Stanley Rourke (1960 A. J. Clarke)

OWNERS:

to 1911 Mrs Salmon, 19 Paradise Street, Coventry 1911 - 1924 Phillips & Marriott 1924 Bass
Albion Tavern
Street plan of 1893
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