Leicester Inn, 90 Stoney Stanton Road
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|This name probably refers to the fact that the pub stands on a route to Leicester, although it may also refer to the arms of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester and favourite courtier of Elizabeth I.
In 1854 an inquest was held here. In the same year William Howe, brickmaker, mortgaged the pub to John Ralphs and Joseph Cash. In 1870 the executors of Joseph Cash sold the pub to W. Ratliff for £375. It remained a Ratliffs pub until 1899 when Ratliffs was taken over by Phillips and Marriott who valued the pub at £2,500.
It changed from the Leicester Inn to the Leicester Arms around 1912.
It closed in 1940 due to enemy action.|
LICENSEES:1868 Frederick Smith 1871 - 1874 Thomas Cockerell 1879 - 1912 William Pickard
OWNERS:1854 William Howe, brickmaker 1870 - 1899 Ratliff 1899 Phillips & Marriott
Street plan of 1939