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Details of pub: Noyadd Arms , Cardigan / Aberteifi

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Address/Location: 53 Pendre
OS Grid Ref: SN1781546212
Opened: before 1850      
Closed: after 1883       Type: Pub
Summary: In existence 1861-1884 (Glen Johnson's list from Trade Directories, Census returns etc.)
Two pubs called the Noyadd Arms were listed in Worrall's directory, 1875, one in Pendre, the other in St Mary's Lane

2019: now coffee shop?

Notes: 1850
"Marriages: On the 23d inst., at Saint Mary's Church, Cardigan, by the Rev. Griffith Thomas, Mr. William Walker, late of the Royal Navy, and now of the Half Moon Inn, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Davies, of the Noyadd Arms, Cardigan." Welshman 29 Nov 1850

"CORONER'S INQUEST.—On Monday last, an inquest was held at the Noyadd Arms, Pendre, Cardigan, before John Phillips, Esq., on the body of Mrs. Margaret Williams, of Pendre, who was found dead in bed on the morning of Saturday last. it appeared from the evidence of the witnesses that the deceased, who was 81 years of age, had been declining in health for some time, and had lately become very feeble. All the witnesses who could give any information respecting the deceased having been examined, the coroner summed up, and the jury returned a verdict of "Found dead"." Welshman 5 Sept 1856

Deaths:"On the 22nd inst., aged 77, after a short illness, Mrs. Letitia Davies, of the Noyadd Arms Inn, Pendre, Cardigan." Welshman 26 July 1861

"David Griffiths, Noyadd Arms, was summoned at the instance of Mr David Baynes, relieving officer, for not contributing towards the support of his mother, who was chargeable to the Union. Ordered to contribute 1s a week" Welshman 14 March 1873

licensee: Jane Rowlands (Worrall’s Directory, 1875)

"SUDDEN DEATH.— Mrs Griffiths, landlady of the "Noyadd Arms" public house, in this town, was found dead in bed on Tuesday morning last- The deceased had returned to rest on the previous evening in her usual health heart disease is supposed to be the cause of death" Aber Obs 17 March 1877

"A new license for the ''Noyadd Arms," was granted to Hannah Lewis." AO 10 Nov 1877

"Inspector Roberts charged Hannah Lewis, Noyadd Arms, Pendre, with Keeping her house open for the sale of intoxicating liquors during prohibited hours on Sunday last, viz., at 8.30 a.m. Fined 10s., and 11s. 6d. costs. Defendant was cautioned by the Bench, and informed that the next time a charge would be proved against her, her license would be endorsed. " Cgn Obs 31 July 1880

1881 Census, Hannah Lewis, 53 Pendre, Innkeeper, unm,aged 46, with sister Mary aged 32, both b.Verwick.

"Sumrnons.-Hannah and Mary Lewis, Noyadd Arms, Pendre, v. Stephen Lewis, mariner, Dinas. Claim £4 17s. Mr. Mitchell appeared for plaintiffs, and said that they had failed to serve defendant, as he had gone away to sea. His Hon- our ordered that a judgment summons should issue at any port where defendant might arrive in England." Cgn Obs 23 June 1883

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