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Details of pub: Ship Inn, LlangrannogOther names: Y Llong, Geneva InnAddress/Location: OS Grid Ref:
open 2017 Type:
licensee: Griffith Griffiths (Worrall’s Directory, 1875)
1875 "Mr Griffith Griffiths, Ship Inn, Llangranog, was summoned by Mr Superintendent Lloyd for having in his possession a certain weight intended to represent a 112lb weight, six ounces deficient. Fined 1d, and 10s 7d costs" CN 9 Apr 1875
Griffith Griffiths Mar 48 Coal merchant and licensed victualler.
Sold: The Ship Inn, an old-established public-house (double-licensed), together with 9a. 2r. 10p.; also three dwelling-houses, all sold for £ 750, to Mr Enos G. Davies, Trevaughan, Penbryn.
AO 27 Sept 1884
Enoc Davies bankrupt: "Two years after he went to Llwyndafydd he bought a public house premises, called "Shop,"[sic: Ship?] at Llangranog, for £ 750. Two years ago last summer he sold it for about £830. For that money he had a mortgage of £400, and paid back a loan of £250 he had from his brother-in-law." Welshman 18 April 1890 More details at Crown Inn, Llwyndafydd
John Jones, 41, Innkeeper, wife Sarah 28
Ship Inn Elizabeth Evans Wid 75 Innkeeper
Petty Sessions: Penrhiwpal; number on list: 11; name of premises: Ship Inn; Parish / Place: Llangranog; Licensee: Watkins, Elizabeth; owner or tenant : tenant; registered owner : J James, Church Street, New Quay; free or tied: tied; tied to: Swansea Old Brewery; type of licence: full; on or off licence: on; number of licenced days per week: 6. (1905 list)Additional information