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From: Keith Sillars <>
Subject: Re: [WAR] The Red Lion Inn, Southam.
Date: Tue, 5 Jul 2005 00:36:13 -0700 (PDT)
Thanks for that, but I think the Old Red Lion is no more,
but there just might be a old photo in existence.
--- Maggs Gurney <> wrote:
> Hi Keith
> According to www.bt.com there is a Bowling Green Public
> House on Coventry Street, Southam, Warks and a Newbold
> Crown Public House pay phone but it doesn't say where
> this is situated.
> I did put in both address that you gave but couldn't find
> anything else. I've also checked on www.google.co.uk but
> again, no joy. I did find the 2 roads you mentioned on
> www.streetmap.co.uk so it maybe that they named Red Lion
> Close after the old pub.
> Sorry can't be of more help
> kind regards
> Message date : Jul 04 2005, 01:02 PM
> From : "Keith Sillars"
> To :
> Copy to :
> Subject : [WAR] The Red Lion Inn, Southam.
> Hello list,
> Does anyone know if there is still a pub on the corner of
> Red Lion close and Coventry Road, Southam. "The Old Red
> Lion Inn" features in my family history so I have just
> discovered. The Pratt family held the Red Lion Inn
> buildings c1815. The Inn is still there c1890 according
> the Southam Map at the Old Maps site.
> Keith in Perth WA.
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