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Details of pub: Cross Inn, Gwnnws (p)

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Address/Location: Bwlchgwynt
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Opened: c.      
Closed: NOT KNOWN       Type: Pub
Summary: (Both this and the Cross Inn, Ffair Rhos, Gwnnws, were listed in 1889, and both had a licensee called David Morgans.) Looks like this was the Ffair Rhos one.

1851 Census has Cross Inn, Gwnnws Lower run by Dorothy Jenkins, who in later years was at the Rhydgaled. Change of name?

Notes: 1851 Census
Dorothy Jenkins, wid, 40, Innkeeper
dau Jane 15, son Thomas 19

"Margaret Jones, Cross Inn, Gwnnws, was charged with keeping her house open during illegal hours on Good Friday. P.C. Pierce proved the case. Fined 5s, and costs.
Thomas George, London House, Gwnnws, Thomas Jones, Ponrhydfendigaid, John Richards, Post Office, Gwnnws, and Nathaniel Edwards, Ponsarn, Gwnnws, were charged with being at the Cross Inn Gwnnws during illegal hours on Good Friday. The defendants said they had been at some eisteddfod. P.C. Pierce proved the case. Fined 2s. each, and costs each" CN 13 April 1877

Licensee: David Morgans
Register of Licences, Ilar Hundred, 1889-1924 with additions to 1952, Ceredigion Archives, TPS/LLI/1/7

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