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Details of pub: Salutation, GilfachrhedaOther names: Address/Location: OS Grid Ref:
SN4097958836 approx Opened:
NOT KNOWN Type:
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. 236, [plots 213-218], (with accompanying maps ADX176 [also by William Couling], 1814-1816, map 10)
1840s Tithe Map (see att)
Clearly named on the map (actually in Llanarth parish) but Schedule seems to describe it as Cottage and Garden.
"NEW QUAY. A melancholy occurrence took place at New Quay, on Tuesday night last. Mrs. Patrick, wife of the landlord of the Salutation Inn, in that place, retired to her room for the night, and is supposed to have attempted to get out of the window, either in sleep, or from some other cause, as she was found next morning suffocated in a small pool of water. Deceased was about 35 years of age, and the mother of seven children. " Welshman 4 Nov 1853 (Some confusion here? The Patricks were running the Black Lion in New Quay at the time)
Auction advert - lot 60 of 71 - "Blaenllethy or Old Salutation" 33 poles CN 13 Sept 1889
Sold to the tenant, Mrs Mary Thomas, for £90 - Cmn Jnl 27 Sept 1889Additional information