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Dun Cow, 42 Jordan Well

Photo Dun Cow Jordan Well The dun cow is a legendary beast from local stories, said to have lived on Dunsmore Heath, between Coventry and Rugby. It is said to have been gigantic and to have been slain by Guy of Warwick. By 1935 it was a Flowers house and c1964 it closed.

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1845 J. B. W. Moore 1868 - 1878 William J. Barnett 1878 - 1881 John James Warwick 1886 G. Pitt 1890 - 1891 J. Priest 1893 - 1905 W. Seymour 1909 - 1922 Robert Bickley 1924 - 1927 E. Wilkins 1931 - 1934 W. J. Parker 1935 - 1938 A. H. Robinson 1958 - 1962 Joseph Carr who was later at the Binley Hotel, Willenhall Lane from 1963 onwards
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Street plan of 1851
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