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Other names: Address/Location:
High Street OS Grid Ref:
before 1830 Closed:
c. 1865 Type:
Built - date not known
Stood on the site of the present Lloyds Bank in High Street.
The Lamb was still there when the 1861 Census was recorded, but was demolished soon after, together with The White Hart (1) that stood next door.
[Old Bank = Banc yr Eidon Du / The Black Ox Bank]
The Black Ox Bank was sold to the Lloyds Group in 1909 .
This building is still ‘Lloyds Bank’, and is a Listed Building.
Pigot’s Directory: Inns and Public houses:- Jenkin Davies
Jenkin Davies, Innkeeper
1844 Pigot’s directory
Jenkin Davies, Retailer of beer
This family had moved to The Drovers Arms by the time of the 1851census
Ebenezer Jones, Publican
1853 Slaters Dir.
Ebenezer Jones, Retailer of beer
Ebenezer Jones, Innkeeper
The Lamb was demolished sometime after this, and by the 1881 census was the site of The Old Bank, which had moved from the far end of High St.