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Details of pub: Black Horse, Goginan

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OS Grid Ref: SN6818080688
Opened: before 1858      
Closed: NOT KNOWN       Type: Pub
Summary: An inn about halfway between Capel Bangor and Goginan. Later known as Fern Cottage. Still on the 1905 OS map as Blackhorse.

"Black Horse" seems to have been used as the name of a small settlement, presumably around the pub. In 1881 there were 8 households, none of them a pub. In 1871 there is only one specific 'Black Horse' address, not a pub.

Notes: 1858
"James Davies, wood ranger to Mr. Hughes, stated: I live at the Black Horse, Goginan I look after the woods of Mr. Hughes" Welshman 5 March 1858

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Black Horse, 1 inch map, 1897