The database currently contains details of 991 pubs and other premises, 256 places and 209 people. There are also 310 photos and postcards, 80 pub signs, 662 newspaper articles, 252 maps and 104 documents. About 138 pubs are still open.
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High Street SA48 7BG OS Grid Ref:
before 1841 Closed:
c. 1885 Type:
After the 1881 census, there is no reference to the Queens Arms being a pub. Has subsequently seen many changes - butcher's shop; plumber; Eagle Cafe; Antique and Welsh tapestry shop, and is currently the Canton take-away.Notes:
Thomas Price saddler
‘Jenkins Bach’, Saddler - a member of the Moyddin family,- kept a shop in the Queens Arms
Thomas Price Innkeeper
Samuel Jones Shoemaker (Sam y crydd)
David Davies, Innkeeper & butcher
Wife – Jane Davies (49), Daughter Jane Davies (18)
licensee: David Davies (Worrall’s Directory, 1875)
Jane Davies (27), Innkeeper
Not on the 1905 listAdditional information