Bishop Street towards Burges 1905. Garibaldi's was at No.31 Silver Street which is just left of centre and was next door to the Turks Head/Tramway Inn at No.29 and St. John's Hospital t'other side
|ADDRESS||31 SILVER STREET|
|Guiseppe Garibaldi (1807 - 1882) was a great Italian soldier and patriot, remembered especially for his spectacular conquest of Sicily and Naples with his 1,000 volunteer 'Red Shirts'. He visited London in 1864 to be presented with the Freedom of the City and was received with much enthusiasm.
The Coventry Standard of 2nd September 1864 says that this pub opened with a new licensee, John Pepper. There is a notice of sale for this premises in Coventry Records Ofice, dated 1882 and it is shown on a town planning map of Siver Street 1888 which you can see below. This appears to be when it closed as a pub.
|Known Licensees are;
1864 John Pepper
1868 J. Westhead
1874 - 1881 James Brown
Town planning map of Silver Street from 1888.
Dict PN Guiseppe Garibaldi ( 1807 - 1882 ) was a great Italian soldier and patriot, remembered especially for his spectacular conquest of Sicily and Naples with his 1,000 volunbteer ' Red Shirts '. He visited London in 1864 to be presented with the Freedon of the City, and was received with nuch enthusiasm.
2.9.1864 JA16 & JA141 CS Opened with new licensee William John Pepper
6.6.1882 CR 64/3 ff1,2 Notice of sale with particulars
28.8.1878 LJ Vol 1 P3 GARIBALDI, Silver Street Alehouse
Owner : Joseph Hackett, Ashby de la Zouch
Licensee : James Brown
-------------Not renewed 1888
1864 JA16 & JA141 CS William John Pepper
1868 Buchanan J. Westhead
1874 C&B J. Brown
1878 LJ Vol 1 P3 James Brown
1879 Stevens James Brown
1881 C&B J. Brown
1878 LJ Vol 1 P3 Joseph Hackett, Ashby de la Zouch
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