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Details of person: Harries, EbenezerBorn:
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Involved as landlord of various pubs over the years.
Born c.1819 in Pembroke, married to Matilda, b1830 in Norfolk
His daughter Emma Maria (b. 1860) later married Samuel Owen of the Commercial Hotel.
Emma had a daughter Mary Elizabeth (Lily) Harries (b. c.1882) who took over the Commercial after her mother and step-father died within a week of each other. She then married Lewis Lewis an architect and surveyor, and continued to live in and run the Commercial.
1881 Census he was at the Crown in Quay St.
Ebenezer took over the licence of the Fat Ox in Dec 1882
26 Dec 1882 he's recorded as being at the Crown ("the property of Mr. Ebenezer Harries, Crown Inn, Cardigan," Cgn Obs 30 Dec 1882)
April 1883 he gives up the Crown licence
1889, still at the Fat Ox "WANTED, a steady Young Man able to manage Aerated Water Works. to deliver, and solicit orders. E. Harries and Son, Fat Ox Hotel, Cardigan" S Wales Daily News 30 April 1889
1892 Commercial licence transferred from Ebenezer to Mrs OwenPlaces associated with this person Cardigan/Aberteifi
Total: 1Pubs associated with this person Commercial Hotel , 50 Pendre, Cardigan Crown Inn , 24 Quay Street, Cardigan Fat Ox Hotel , 2 Pendre, Cardigan
Total: 2Additional information