The database currently contains details of 1002 pubs and other premises, 256 places and 209 people. There are also 329 photos and postcards, 80 pub signs, 672 newspaper articles, 253 maps and 104 documents. About 134 pubs are still open.
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John & Margaret Jones who kept the George (1851-61 censuses), moved to the Royal Oak during the 1860s. The site of the George then became the National Provincial Bank. (Later the National Westminster bank).Notes:
Assizes: trial of Benjamin Davies for forgery. "I know the prisoner; he lived with his father at Brongast. He then married, and kept the George Inn, at Lampeter" (Implies some years before 1837. ) Cambrian 25 March 1837
Innkeepers, David & Mary Jones
Innkeeper, Mary Rees
Innkeepers, John and Margaret Jones
Innkeepers, John & Margaret Jones
Sometime during the 1860s The George Inn closed, and became The National Provincial Bank.
John Jones and family (1861 census) moved to The Royal Oak
Sudden death of visitor