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Windmill, Hall Green Road, Foleshill

Alternative Addresses:Bell Green
These premises have been known by different names during their history:FROMTONAME
17931904GREEN MAN
19041924BEERHOUSE, Hall Green
1924c2010GREEN MAN
c20102010WINDMILL
Windmill Hall Green Rd Our earliest reference is 1793 wheb the pub was used for auctions. From 1845 to 1924 this was also the BEERHOUSE, Hall Green, although it is still showing as a beer house on the map of Warwickshire 1936-38. Not until the map of Leicestershire 1950-59 does it appear as the Green Man. From 1910 this pub was leased by Phillips and Marriotts from J. Smith of Burrow Hill Farm, Corley. In 1912 they purchased it for £1,475. At some time in the later 20th century it was called the WINDMILL. It had closed by 2010. Research by 'philex31' on the Historic Coventry forum would suggest that the Sephtons and their extended family had connections with many of the pubs in the Longford area: Boat (Blackhorse Road), Boat (Grange Road), Greyhound, Elephant & Castle, Miners Arms, Bird In Hand, Green Man, Old Crown (Windmill Road), New Inn, Saracens Head, Coach & Horses, Engine. Also, away from Longford were the Park Gate Hotel and the New Inn (Stockingford). The majority of the Coventry Sephtons appear to be descended from James Sephton, a canal boatbuilder, who arrived in the Hawkesbury area c1805 from Shardlow in Derbyshire. Somewhat at odds with this boozy background, other family members operated temperance hotels in the city centre (The Victoria, Warwick Row and The Priory, Bayley Lane).

LICENSEES:

LICENSEES: (at the GREEN MAN) 1861 Josiah Harben publican and coal dealer 1879 - 1880 Isaac Smith 1892 Mrs. Maria Benson 1899 John Harper 1900 Thomas Underwood 1901 Henry Woodhouse 1904 - 1924 (see beerhouse below) 1907? - 1940 William Walden (junior) 1955 - 1962 George Pearson (1960 with A. E. Whitaker) LICENSEES: (the BEERHOUSE) 1904 Henry Woodhouse 1905 Thomas Clarke 1908 - 1924 William Walden

OWNERS:

to 1912 J. Smith from 1912 Phillips and Marriott
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