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Details of pub: White Horse, AberystwythOther names: Address/Location:
Great Darkgate Street OS Grid Ref:
SN5833781671 probably Opened:
NOT KNOWN Type:
George Tempany Smith ran the Wine Vaults at 24 Great Darkgate Street in the late 1860s. He'd married the daughter of the White Horse in 1853. Is there a connection? Same building, new name?Notes:
Location: on the 1888 map there is a 'White Horse Court' leading on to Queen Street, behind what is 18(?) Great Darkgate Street. (Clinton's Cards 2017) Probably where the old White Horse was. Adverts for the White Horse in Terrace Road don't start until about 1860.
licensee: Richard Williams,
source: Pigot and Co, 1830
Court case: servant Ann Jones at the White Horse accused of concealing a birth. Mrs Jones owner. Welshman 31 May 1844
"Mrs. Jones, of the White Horse, had a commodious booth on the ground, from whence she dispensed sundry creature comforts" which the faculty deem to be such complete speoifics for keeping the cold out, and the circulation steady. " Welshman 17 Jan 1845 - racing festival
"Marriages: On the 1st instant, at Llanbadarnfawr, Mr. George Tempany Smith, of Cirencester, Inland Revenue Officer, to Miss Martha Susannah Drew, of the White Horse, Aberystwith"
"DEATHS. On the 10th inst, at Aberystwith, in her 64th year, after an illness extending over a period of thirteen years, borne with Christian fortitude and resignation, Mrs. Smith, formerly of Cirencester, mother of Mr. G. T. Smith, of the White Horse Inn, Aberystwith"Additional information
People associated with this establishment Smith, George Tempany [-]
Gifts at a bidding, 1835