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Other names: Address/Location:
End of Lewis Terrace OS Grid Ref:
SN5992480765 probably Opened:
before 1866 Closed:
before 1877 Type:
Seems to have been a public house which retained its name after it lost its licence.Notes:
"TRANSFER OF LICENCE. David Jenkins, of the Talbot Inn, Llanbadarn-fawr, applied to have his licence transferred to his daughter. Case deferred." AO 28 April 1866
"LOT 4. All those six Freehold Cottages and Garden situate in Lewis Terrace, Llanbadarnfawr, now in the occupation of John Davies, Margaret Griffiths, and others; separately or in one lot. LOT 5. All that Freehold House, Outbuildings and Gardens, known as the Talbot Inn, in the village of Lianbadarnfawr, and adjoining the last lot." AO 18 Aug 1877
The house known as the Talbot, Llanbadarn, had been purchased by private treaty by the tenant, Mr Hugh Jenkins, grocer.
Cambrian News 11.7.1890
[was this a public house?]
Fight at the Talbot Inn