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Details of pub: Cross Inn, Pennant

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OS Grid Ref: SN5220563506 probably
Opened: c.      
Closed: NOT KNOWN       Type: Pub
Summary: This might be the same as Cross Inn, Llanfihangel Trefeglwys, in which Pennant lies, but the Cross Inn in the Parish is several miles from the village centre.
Alternative theory: about half-a-mile east of Pennant village is a house called Croesdy (Croesty on 1889 OS). a few hundred yards further on is Cefn-wrth-tafarn-uchaf (1889 spelling) and ditto west is ...-isaf


Notes: 1836
licensee: Price, John
Petty Sessions, Aberaeron, NLW 20887, 14.9.1836
1837
licensee: Price, John
Petty Sessions, Aberaeron, NLW 20887, 30.8.1837
1838
licensee: Price, John
Petty Sessions, Aberaeron, NLW 20887, 19.9.1838
1840
no Petty Sessions list
1841-1850
Not listed in Petty Sessions list


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