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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St Thomas’ Square OS Grid Ref:
before 1840 Type:
Not on the 1841 Census.
Situated on the left hand side of the road going from High St to the Cwmins (St Thomas’ Square).
From a column “65 years ago” written by R.D. in The Cambrian News in 1935 :
On the left hand side of the road leading to the Common, was a pub called CORNEL, kept by Daniel Edwards, great grandfather of Mr Seaton Edwards, Maesyfelin.