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Details of pub: George, Lampeter / Llanbedr Pont Steffan

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Address/Location: High Street
OS Grid Ref: SN5765048118
Opened: before 1837      
Closed: c. 1865       Type: Inn
Summary: 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: 1837
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

1841 Census
Innkeepers, David & Mary Jones
1847
Innkeeper, Mary Rees
1851 Census
Innkeepers, John and Margaret Jones
1861 Census
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


Additional information

Newspaper:

Sudden death of visitor

Date: 1859