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Details of pub: Black Lion, Llanarth

Other names:
Address/Location: Rhydlydan
OS Grid Ref: SN420573
Opened: c.      
Closed: NOT KNOWN       Type: Pub
Summary: The name 'Black Lion' was marked on a map of 1814-1816

Notes:
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. 219, plots 42-54, (with accompanying maps ADX176 [also by William Couling], 1814-1816, map 10)
1841-1848
Not listed in Petty Sessions list
1850
licensee: Evans, David
Petty Sessions, Aberaeron, NLW 13868, 21.8.1850, p. 441


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Map:

Maps of Llanarth and Llanina, 1814-1815, map 10, plots 42-54

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