CARNARVON TRADERS

The Repository of all Things Historical for the Ancient Welsh Town of Carnarvon

  Castle Square, Carnarvon. Published by Williams & Hughes, Bridge Steet, 1850


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ALEHOUSE RECOGNIZANCES
19th. SEPTEMBER 1803


Name of Licensee Sum Guarantor 1 Sum Guarantor 2 Sum
Benjamin Williams 10 Robert Lloyd 10    
Jane Price - Widow   Griffith Evans 10 Robert Lloyd 10
Griffith Evans 10 Robert Lloyd 10    
Robert Lloyd 10 Griffith Evans 10    
William Hughes 10 William Griffith 5 Benjamin Williams 5
David Hughes 10 John Jones 10    
John Williams 10 David Hughes 10    
Robert Williams   Benjamin Williams 10 William Roberts 10
Edward Lloyd 10 Griffith Prichard 10    
Griffith Prichard 10 Edward Lloyd 10    
William Jones 10 Griffith Prichard 10    
Jonathan Sidebotham   Hugh Hughes 10 Richard Prichard 10
Joseph Wakeman 10 William Williams Esq. 10    
Richard Jones   Richard Hughes 10 Richard Williams 10
Owen Williams   Robert Griffith 10 Richard Williams 10
Robert Thomas 10 Thomas Jones 10    
William Roberts 10 Hugh Hughes 10    
Owen Jones 10 Griffith Parry 5 William Griffith 5
Owen Jones 10 John Hughes 10    
Margaret Francis 10 Owen Jones 10    
John Hughes 10 Robert Griffith 10    
Robert Griffith 10 Hugh Hughes 10    
Richard Hughes 10 Robert Griffith 5 Hugh Hughes 5
Richard Jones 10 Thomas Williams 10    
Robert Williams   Benjamin Williams 10 Thomas Williams 10
John Griffith   Edward Lloyd 10 Griffith Prichard 10
George Bettiss   William Roberts 10 Edward Lloyd 10
William Hughes 10 Benjamin Williams 10    
Morris Rogers 10 Jane Evans 10    
Jane Evans 10 Edward Lloyd 10    
Evan Hughes 10 Edward Lloyd 10    
John Wynn 10 William Jones 10    

Note:

The 1803 recognizances might not be complete, or even contain one or two victuallers not of the town. This is because the original paperwork does not contain a location for some licensees, which means that a certain amount of guesswork has had to be done for a small number, based on the names for 1802 and 1804.

The Gwynedd Archives Service Ref. is: The 1803 Quarter Sessions records are uncatalogued



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