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Details of pub: Red Lion, Aberystwyth

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Address/Location: Mill Street
OS Grid Ref: SN5836981493
Opened: c.      
Closed: NOT KNOWN       Type: Pub
Summary: 1881 census has Red Lion next door to Cross Foxes, 1871 it's next-door-but-one. Probably renamed to Plough Inn in mid 1880s

Notes: 1871
Innkeeper: William Brent, head, age 43, born in Cornwall
Elizabeth Brent, wife, age 38, born in Ruthin.
Sarah A. Brent, daughter, age 6, born in Borth.
Margaret I. Brent, daughter, age 3, born in Ynyslas.
Census, 1871
'Transfer of licence - Application of licence taken out by Mr James Benbow for the Red Lion public house, was transferred to William Brent, late of the Neptune Inn'
Cambrian News 25.3.1871
Landlord: Richard Davies.
Worrall's Directory 1875

"PUBLIC HOUSE To Let, with early possession, the Red Lion Inn, Mill-street; within two minutes' walk of the railway station. Apply to John Richards, on the premises" AO 21 June 1879

Red Lion, John Richards, Mill Street.
Slater's Directory of North and South Wales 1880

24 Mill Street
David Evans, head, age 30, born in Llangurig, innkeeper and gas stoker.
Census, 1881
Not on 1905 list

Additional information


Domestic amenities

Date: 1876

People associated with this establishment
Brent, William [1828-]