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Details of pub: Lord Hill, Aberystwyth
Other names: Address/Location:
Queen Street OS Grid Ref:
SN581816 approx Opened:
NOT KNOWN Type:
Meeting place of the Union Society, established or first registered: 1812, after they left the Union Pub, Aberystwyth. (Evans, George Eyre, Aberystwyth Friendly Societies' Welsh Gazette, 12.4.1900 and 19.4.1900)
'The Lord Hill tavern was where, more than sixty years ago [1830s], the shoemakers of the town had their rendezvous, and where the Knights of St Crispin formed a club which had for its object the helping a brother-knight "on the tramp," who should in his "errantry" find himself in Aberystwyth.
Article on Local Nonconformist Vestry Taverns by David Samuel, The Aberystwith Observer, 2nd April 1896Notes:
Mechiah Warrington, Lord Hill, Queen Street
(Pigot’s directory, 1822)
licensee: George Drew,
source: Pigot and Co, 1830
On the list of premises which were provided with water by the Aberystwyth Improvement Commissioners, 1837. Occupier / Landlord: Mrs Elizabeth Jones, 5 Queen Street (Ceredigion Archives)