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Jolly Weavers, 16 Silver Street

Alternative Addresses:Cook Street
Photo Bishop Street looking south. Silver Street is on the left Weavers played a vital role in Coventry's economy from the Middle Ages. In 1756 four soldiers were billeted here. Then in 1779 there was a quarrel in the pub that resulted in a murder. In 1853 it was sold by H. Downes to J. Rigg of Castle Farm, Fillongley for £160. The pub closed in 1938.

LICENSEES:

1790 Robert Mill 1800 Mr Cheslin 1822 - 1823 T. Yates 1828 - 1841 John Plamer 1845 - 1851 Benjamin Kingdom 1868 - 1874 Amos & M. E. (Elizabeth) Lee 1879 - 1881 Thomas Sidwell 1886 Thomas Taylor 1890 - 1891 M. Benson 1893 - 1896 R. Allen 1903 - 1913 T. S. Yardley 1919 - 1922 E. Weatherley 1924 - 1938 F. M. Hill
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Street plan of 1851
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