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Rose, 5-6 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 1930s The rose is the most popular flower used in pub names as it is a national symbol. At Midsummer 1890 this pub was leased by Phillips and Marriott for 14 years for £80 per annum from Mrs. L. J. Cardingley of Colchester House, Melbourne Place, Bradford. From 1902 she was at 'The Chalet', Scarborough. In 1904 Phillips and Marriott's lease lapsed. It is possible that the ROSE incorporated the PACKHORSE next door. In 1929 the license was removed to The Coundon on Barkers Butts Lane and the pub closed.

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
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Street plan of 1851
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