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Moira Arms, 15 Drapers Fields

Moira is a town on the Ashby canal, where the pottery especially associated with canal boats was produced. The pub was where the headquarters of the Coventry canal were situated. From 1931 to 1934 the pub advertised 'Ansells ales and stouts; wines and spirits of superior quality'. It closed c1939.

LICENSEES:

1868 William J. Pepper 1871 - 1881 Joseph Horton 1890 - 1891 Ann Rose 1893 A. J. Tilt 1894 - 1905 A. G. Atkins 1909 Caroline Clark 1911 - 1913 William H. Clarke 1919 - 1924 John Henry Marrs 1926 - 1927 W. E. Case 1929 - 1938 Walter Colledge
Moira Arms
Street plan of 1851
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