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Elephant and Castle, St John's Bridges

Alternative Addresses:Burges
Cross Cheaping 1892 The name comes from Coventry's coat of arms. In 1708 the Elephant and Castle on the eastern side of St. John's Bridge is leased. In 1724 the rental of school land and tenements shows a rental of £2 for a tenament called the Elephant and Castle in St Johns Bridges. In 1756, five soldiers were billeted here. The last mention is in 1774 when Coventry Corporation leases the pub to Thomas Dakin.

LICENSEES:

c1708 Daniel Bates 1724 Edward Rawson 1738 John Smith, farrier c1759 Thomas Thornett c1759 - 1774 Thomas Snell

OWNERS:

1774 Coventry Corporation
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