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Details of pub: Cilgwyn Arms, Llandyfriog

Other names: Ye Cilgwyn Arms
Address/Location: Pen-walk
OS Grid Ref: SN3137042119
Opened: c.      
Closed: 1911       Type: Pub
Summary: Also referred to as Adpar or Newcastle Emlyn
Don't confuse with Cilgwyn Arms, Pontwelly

Notes: 1830
Elizabeth Parry Adpar (Pigots Directory for South Wales and Monmouthshire 1830)

"MARRIED: On Tuesday last, at Newcastle Emlyn Church, by the Rev. John Price Jones, Mr. Benjamin Jones, farm bailiff to E. C. Lloyd Hall, Esq., at Cilgwyn, Llandyfryog, to Mrs. Elizabeth Davies, of the Cilgwyn Arms, Llandyfryog, Cardiganshire." Welshman 8 Dec 1848
Licensee: Sarah Evans
Slater’s Directory, 1868
licensee: Sarah Evans
Worrall’s Directory, 1875

Benjamin James (Slater's Directory of N & S Wales etc., 1880.)

On 25-inch map
Petty Sessions: Penrhiwpal; number on list: 5; name of premises: Ye Cilgwyn Arms; Parish / Place: Llandyfriog; Licensee: James, Benjamin; owner or tenant : tenant; registered owner : C H L Fitzwilliams, Cilgwyn, Newcastle Emlyn; 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 £61
(County Licencing Committee, 1905-1938 Ceredigion Archives, Cards/QS/L/1)
Printed details of the figures on which the calculations for compensation were based; the original form on which the printed form was based and detailed descriptions of the premises.
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

"DEATH.-On Wednesday the funeral took place of Mr. Benjamin James, formerly of the Cilgwyn Arms, Penwalk, who died Iast week after a somewhat long and painful illness. Deceased leaves two daughters, both married. " CN 26 May 1916

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