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Details of pub: New Storehouse Inn, New Quay / Cei Newydd

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Address/Location: near the Quay?
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Opened: before 1776      
Closed: after 1776       Type: Inn
Summary: Noted in a murder case.

Notes: 1776

Accused: Edward Jones; Parish: Llangoedmor;
County: Cardigan;
Status: Yeoman/tinker
Offence: Murder of David Ephraim, Llanllwchaearn, mariner, prosecutor's husband, by striking him with a soldering iron, of a type 'that tinkers use'. Prisoner, deceased and David Enoch had been drinking in The New Storehouse Inn at New Quay. A dispute arose outside concerning the disappearance of another's budget. Deceased struck whilst on his way to his boat. Judge Beard wrote 'No doubt but the crime as proved was murder'.
Location and date:Parish: Llanllwchaearn; County: Cardigan; Date: 14 June 1776
Prosecutor: Sarah Ephraim, Llanllwchaearn, widow
Plea: Not guilty.
Verdict: Guilty of manslaughter.
File number:4/900/4 Document number: 8
NLW Court of Great Sessions papers.

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