|THIS PREMISES WAS KNOWN BY DIFFERENT NAMES DURING ITS HISTORY||FROM||TO||KNOWN AS|
|1841||PRESENT||OLD DYERS ARMS|
|This name is a reference to the village of Berkswell just to the west of Coventry. The pub is mentioned in a poem of 1800. It later became the OLD DYERS ARMS|
|Known Licensees are;
1822 - 1823 J. Cook
1823 - 1835 John Thrasher
Name A reference to the village of Berkswell just to the west of Coventry
c1800 COC P42 Mentioned in Napoleonic Poem
31.8.1826 JA110 CH&O To be sold by auction, upon the premises of Mr John Thrasher, of the BERKSWELL TAVERN, situate in Spon End, in the city of Coventry, ( who is leaving the same ) -
part of household furniture and brewing vessels, fixtures.......
1000 Years Became the OLD DYERS ARMS
1822/23 Pigot J. Thrasher
1826 JA110 CH&O John Thrasher
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