|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||GLAZIERS ARMS, PACKHORSE. Formerly FOLESHILL TAVERN. Later SHAMROCK, SIR ROBERT NAPIER, ROSE.|
|ADDRESS||5 WELL STREET|
|THIS PREMISES HAS BEEN KNOWN BY DIFFERENT NAMES DURING ITS HISTORY||FROM||TO||KNOWN AS|
|1841||1864||GRAZIERS ARMS, GLAZIERS ARMS, OLD GLAZIERS ARMS|
|1870||SIR ROBERT NAPIER|
|1871||1930||ROSE Did this now incorporate the PACKHORSE next door?|
|The name is a simple pastoral reference.
In 1841 a document says that The Glaziers Arms was formerly the Foleshill Tavern. This should read the Graziers Arms
In 1864 William Jenning asked for a transfer of the license from Harriet merridew and the bench refused. In that year it became the Shamrock
The Packhorse also shared the same address, 5 Well Street. We cannot reconcile these two premises at present.
Known Licensees Foleshill Tavern are;
Known Licensees Graziers Arms are;
Known Licensees Shamrock are;
Known Licensees Packhorse are;
Known Licensees Rose Inn are;
1890 - 1894 Mrs L. J. Cardingley
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