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Details of pub: Clothiers Arms, Pennant

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OS Grid Ref: SN5143663348 probably
Opened: c.      
Closed: NOT KNOWN       Type: Pub
Summary: Parish of Llanbadarn Trefeglwys
1851 census, 2 doors from the Black Lion, separated by Blaencwm and with Tyheter on the other side. OS 1889 suggests this is the house then called Mount Pleasant

Notes: 1838
licensee: Jones, Stephen
Petty Sessions, Aberaeron, NLW 20887, 19.9.1838
1839
licensee: Jones, Eleanor
Petty Sessions, Aberaeron, NLW 20887, 25.9.1839
1840
no Petty Sessions list
1841
licensee: Jones, Eleanor
Petty Sessions, Aberaeron, NLW 20887, 15.9.1841, 29.9.1841
1842
licensee: Jones, Eleanor
Petty Sessions, Aberaeron, NLW 13867, 31.8.1842, p. 61
1843
licensee: Jones, Eleanor
Petty Sessions, Aberaeron, NLW 13867, 30.8.1843, p. 120
1844
licensee: Jones, Eleanor
Petty Sessions, Aberaeron, NLW 13867, 28.8.1844, p. 181
1845
licensee: Jones, Eleanor
Petty Sessions, Aberaeron, NLW 13868, 27.8.1845, p. 244
1846
licensee: Jones, Eleanor
Petty Sessions, Aberaeron, NLW 13868, 26.8.1846, p. 292
1847
licensee: Jones, Eleanor
Petty Sessions, Aberaeron, NLW 13868, 8.9.1847, p. 337
1848
licensee: Jones, Elinor
Petty Sessions, Aberaeron, NLW 13868, 23.8.1848, p. 368
1849
licensee: Jones, Elinor
Petty Sessions, Aberaeron, NLW 13868, 22.8.1849, p. 405
1850
licensee: Jones, Elinor
Petty Sessions, Aberaeron, NLW 13868, 21.8.1850, p. 441

1851 Census Eleanor Jones, Wid, 49, Son:Thomas, 12
1853
"Jenkin Davies, Cae Cender, farmer, and Thos. Jones, Clothier's Arms, Pennant, were summoned for being drunk and disorderly. Fined 5s. each and costs. Paid." Welshman 16 Sept 1853


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