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Other names: WellingtonAddress/Location:
Stryd Fawr, LLANON SY23 5HG OS Grid Ref:
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Temperance House, formerly a confectioner's shop, is now a private dwelling called Wellington Notes:
1901 census - Temperance house is occupied by Kate Jones age 34, confectioner, shopkeeper, together with her parents William and Margaret.
" OUTING.-The Bible Class held in connection with Salem Sunday School had an outing on Wednesday afternoon when a party numbering about fifty drove in brakes to Llanon. They had tea at a temperance house in the village and afterwards whiled away a few hours in play and music. An enjoyable trip came to an end about ten o'clock, when the brakes reached Aberystwyth once more. " Cambrian News, 9 May 1902
"LLANON Marriage—On Thursday of last week, Mr David Evans, Ontario, and Miss Kate Jones, Temperance House, were married at the Calvinistic Methodist Chapel" CN 9 Sept 1905
[Kate Jones is frequently mentioned as a music teacher]
1911 census - Temperance is occupied by Kate Evans, 44 and her widowed mother Margaret Jones. Additional information