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Other names: WhitehallAddress/Location:
Stryd Fawr, LLANON SY23 5HE OS Grid Ref:
c. 1911 Type:
Built by Evan Rowlands. Now closed. The site is now residential, but still known as WhitehallNotes:
Whitehall Inn, occupied by Mary Pugh, public house keeper;
licensee: John Pugh (Worrall’s Directory, 1875)
"John Pugh, landlord of the Whitehall Inn, Llannon, was fined £2 for felling liquor during prohibited hours, and Anne Felix, Llannon, wife of a mariner, was proved to have been on the premises at the time, and fined 7s 6d with costs" Western Mail 1 June 1877
Whitehall Inn occupied by John Pugh, publican;
Whitehall Inn occupied by John Pugh, innkeeper;
John Pugh fined 10s + costs for permitting drunkenness. Brython Cymreig 7 April 1893
occupied by John Clarke, hotel keeper;
Petty Sessions: Aberaeron; number on list: 47; name of premises: White Hall; Parish / Place: Llanon; Licensee: Clarke, John; owner or tenant : tenant; registered owner : Evan Rowlands, Santamamlwg, Llanon; free or tied: Free; tied to: [blank]; type of licence: full; on or off licence: on; number of licenced days per week: 7. (1905 list)
census: Whitehall occupied by John Clarke, publican.
From the Inspector of Nuisances Report 14/02/1914 Whitehall, Llanon disinfected after a death from Phthisis.Additional information
People associated with this establishment Pugh, John William [1852-] Pugh, John [1816-1876]
White Hall Inn c. 1900
Date: 1900 (approx)
Date: 2015 (approx)
Llanon, 25 inch, 1905
Summons for open after hours