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Harrow, Greyfriars Lane

Greyfriars Inn C1900 This is a common sign referring to the contrivance used to break up clods of earth, stir the earth, root up weeds and cover seeds etc., on farmland. In 1720 this pub was part of a marriage settlement when it was settled by Joseph Ash of Coventry, a beer brewer, on his son Joseph Ash junior and Bridgett Burgess. In 1756 two soldiers were billeted here.

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