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Three Horseshoes Hotel, 351 Stoney Stanton Road

Alternative Addresses:Red Lane
Three Horseshoes Stoney Stanton Rd
The Three Horseshoes, which lost much of its first storey during the blitz.
This name probably came from heraldry, referring to the Worshipful Company of Farriers (1673) or the Ferrers family, earls of Derby, whose name is derived from a placename, not farriery. This pub is partly single story owing to losing much of its first storey during the blitz. In 1982 it was described as a very basic corner local. Three Horseshoes Stoney Stanton Rd

LICENSEES:

1861 - 1879 Samuel Priestley 1879 - 1881 Selina Priestley 1886 E. Simpson 1893 - 1905 Jack Simpson 1909 Rebecca Madeley 1911 - 1913 C. Moore 1921 - 1929 J. Moore 1931 - 1938 D. Charley 1939 - 1940 F. D. Lombard c1944 - 1951 Albert Arnold (also at the Nugget, Coundon Green from 1942 - 44 and the Windmill, Spon Street from 1952 - 60) 1960 - 1961 W. Martin 1961 - 1963 onwards Alan McInnes (see clipping above) c1984 Tommy Robson 1984 Mick Kelly 1985 Ray Barrell
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