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Graziers Arms, 5 Well Street

These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
18221841FOLESHILL TAVERN
18411864GRAZIERS ARMS, GLAZIERS ARMS, OLD GLAZIERS ARMS
1864?SHAMROCK
1870?SIR ROBERT NAPIER
18711930ROSE
Well St 1930sThe name is a simple pastoral reference. In 1841 a document says that The Glaziers Arms was formerly the Foleshill Tavern. This should read the Graziers Arms. In 1864 William Jenning asked for a transfer of the license from Harriet merridew and the bench refused. In that year it became the Shamrock. The Packhorse also shared the same address, 5 Well Street. We cannot reconcile these two premises at present.

LICENSEES:

LICENSEES: (Foleshill Tavern) 1822 - 1829 W. Reese LICENSEES: (Graziers Arms) 1841 Thomas Maycock 1845 - 1855 William Merridew 1855 - 1864 Harriet Merridew LICENSEES: (Shamrock) to 1864 Harriet Merridew from 1864 Thomas Loudon LICENSEES: (Packhorse) 1822 - 1823 F. Jackson 1835 Henry Simpson 1861 Harriet Merridew 1868 John Vice 1868 J. G. Cashmore LICENSEES: (Rose Inn) 1871 James Wilcox 1874 Edward Fossey 1881 F. Leeson 1886 - 1891 S. Eburne 1893 J. Bottrill 1894 Mrs. E. Adderton 1896 - 1903 Samuel Hubbard 1905 H. Pendleton 1909 A. Spicer 1911 - 1919 John Pears 1921 - 1922 E. Williamson 1929 W. H. Yates

OWNERS:

1890 - 1894 Mrs L. J. Cardingley
Graziers Arms
Street plan of 1851
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