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Details of pub: New Inn, Blaenpennal

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Address/Location: Blaenpenal
OS Grid Ref: SN64416574 approx
Opened: c.      
Closed: NOT KNOWN       Type: Pub
Summary: Blaenpennal (Blaenpenal) is a chapelry of Llanddewi-Brefi, which also has a New Inn. This seems to be different.
1861 Census it's near Ffoslas, Mine and Penbryn
1871 Census places it between Gwar-gors and Ffos-las. 1889 map there is nothing there. Ffoslas appears to be two buildings. Could it have been one of these?
1901 Census has it the other side of Ffoslas, between it and Penbryn.
Possibly a former pub by 1870s?
Might also be referred to as New Inn Bronant as it's fairly close.

Notes:
1861 Census
Daniel Davies, famre rof 35 acres
son John Davies Carrier
1864
"John Davies, Tanyffordd, and John Davies, New Inn, Blaenpennal, carriers, were charged by P.C. Samuel Davies with having been drunk and disorderly, at Pontrhydygroes, on the 25th of February last. Fined 6s. and 5s. 3d. costs each" AO 9 April 1864

1871 Census
John Davies, 30, Mar, Farmer of small acres. Wife Jane 30
1876
"John Thomas of Rhosywlad Mill, Blaenpennal, was sued by John Wiiiiams. of New Inn, Blaenpenal, for £5 being damages sustained in consequence of the defendant's not having supplied him with materials as per contract. The bench dismissed the case, and ordered each of the parties to pay their own costs. " AO 1 Jan 1876

1901 Census, unocc.

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