Accurate transcriptions of the 1921 census are being added to the pub history site, starting with London.
Nuneaton pub history index
The White Horse, Tuttle Hill. Later re-named The Crazy Horse. Building now empty and not used.
Kindly provided by Anthony Barnes
Directory of Pubs in the UK, historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Warwickshire.
Residents at this address
1835/Thomas Cox, White Horse, Nuneaton/../Pigots Directory
1850/Thomas Cox, White Horse, Atherstone road, Nuneaton/../Whites Directory
1868/Edward Prior, White Horse, Bar green, Nuneaton/../Kellys Directory
1874/Thomas Croxton, White Horse, Midland road, Nuneaton/../Whites Directory
1888/John Lewis, White Horse, Tuttle hill/../Kellys Directory
1891/John Lewis/Licensed Victualler/46/Bedworth, Warwickshire/Census
1891/Harriett Lewis/Wife/43/Nuneaton, Warwickshire/Census
1891/Emily A Lewis/Daughter/11/Exhall, Warwickshire/Census
1891/Sidney J Lewis/Son/8/Nuneaton, Warwickshire/Census
1891/Margaret Wilson/Servant/14/Hartshill, Warwickshire/Census
1900/John Lewis, White Horse, Tuttle hill/../Kellys Directory
1912/Percy Valentine Lewis, White Horse, Tuttle hill/../Kellys Directory
1936/Frank Wale, White Horse, Tuttle hill/../Kellys Directory
In 1939 electoral register at Tuttle Hill, the White Horse, by Station House
Frank Wale, Manager Public House, born 19 May 1887
Jermima Wale, Unpaid Domestic Duties, born 5 May 1887
Vera M Smith, later Rowntree, Barmaid, born 19 Oct 1916
Elsie M Plant, later Goodyear, Barmaid, born 24 Sep 1920
1940/Frank Wale/../../Kellys Directory
1947, Frank Wale of White Horse Tuttle Hill Nuneaton Warwickshire died 7 December 1946 Probate Birmingham 14 June to William Bond Cocks solicitor. Effects £2996 6s.