N.B. Some pubs do not appear on the maps as we do not have a definite location for them.
Other names: Address/Location:
20 High Street OS Grid Ref:
In existence 1830-1911 (Glen Johnson's list from Trade Directories, Census returns etc.)Notes:
"CARDIGAN.—On Thursday week, a coroner's inquest was held at the Ivy Bush, before John Phillips, Esq., coroner. and a respectable jury, upon the body of David Jones, who was severely burnt on Tuesday evening week by his clothes catching fire while going to bed. The jury, after examining several witnesses, returned a verdict of "Accidental death." Pembs Herald 12 Nov 1847
licensee: Ann L. Mathias (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
Petty Sessions: Cardigan; number on list: 24; name of premises: Ivy Bush Inn; Parish / Place: Cardigan; Licensee: Greenway, F.R.; owner or tenant : tenant; registered owner : S Young, Cardigan; free or tied: free; tied to: [blank]; type of licence: full; on or off licence: on; number of licenced days per week: 6. (1905 list)
Closed, Compensation £210
(County Licencing Committee, 1905-1938 Ceredigion Archives, Cards/QS/L/1)
Printed details of the figures on which the calculations for compensation were based and the printed questionnaire with hand-written answers on which the form was based.
County Council Clerk’s records, Bundle of correspondence relating to the licensing of public houses in Cardiganshire, 1910-1912, Ceredigion Archives, CDC/SE/14/2