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Details of pub: Ship Inn, Llanarth

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OS Grid Ref: SN423577
Opened: c.      
Closed: NOT KNOWN       Type: Pub
Notes: 1814-1816
Pub called the Ship Inn just outside the church yard marked on an early tithe map.
Admeasurments and Valuation of the Parishes of Llanarth and Llanilar in the County of Cardigan. The Tithes of which belong to the See of St David. By William Couling, Brecon, 1814 and 1815, Ceredigion Archives, AXD/32, p. 204a, plots 46, (with accompanying maps ADX176 [also by William Couling], 1814-1816, map 9.


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Maps of Llanarth and Llanina, 1814-1815, map 9, plot 36

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