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Volunteer, Burges

Alternative Addresses:Burges
These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
17921803BREWER'S ARMS* / TWO BREWERS*
18641867VOLUNTEER
1867presentCOVENTRY CROSS
Coventry Cross Cross Cheaping This name refers to various volunteer regiments, especially those in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries during the wars with France, when Napoleon was threatening to invade.
*There is mention of the BREWER'S ARMS (also referred to as the TWO BREWERS) at the bottom of Cross Cheaping in the Coventry Mercury of 20th August 1792. In 1803 it appears to have closed. Whether the BREWER'S ARMS became the VOLUNTEER and then the COVENTRY CROSS has not yet been established.


LICENSEES:

to June 1867 John Moore June 1867 William Whitehead
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