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2 Green Street OS Grid Ref:
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In existence 1843-1905 (Glen Johnson's list from Trade Directories, Census returns etc.)Notes:
licensee: Jane Jones (Worrall’s Directory, 1875)
"The lots and prices were: In Cardigan—Prince of Wales Inn, £480 dwelling-house, &c., adjoining, dwelling houses, &c., adjoining the Ivy Bush Inn, £430 (value ;£180), Castle Arms Inn, &c., £190, Half-Moon Inn, &c., £320, Royal Oak Inn and 2 houses adjoining, £ 500, 2 houses opposite the last lot, £ 180 and storehouses and quay behind the Royal Oak £520" S Wales Daily News, 5 July 1882
"The licences of the Castle Arms was transferred to John Williams, that of the Castle Inn to Mrs Jones, and that of the Liverpool Arms to D. O. Jones, as part owner of the house." S Wales Daily News 9 Sept 1896Additional information