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
16th. SEPTEMBER 1820


Name of Licensee House/Occupation Sum Guarantor 1 Sum Guarantor 2 Sum
Ann Woodyatt Liquor Merchant 10 David Rowland - Shopkeeper 5 Henry Parry - Sloop Tavern 5
John Parry Bull - Bangor Street   Howell Lloyd - Britannia 10 John Williams - Newbro' Arms 10
Robert Davies Royal Oak 10 Howell Lloyd - Britannia 5 Hugh Hughes - Goat Inn 5
Owen Evans Glanrafon Tavern 10 Griffith Jones - Chandler 5 Howell Lloyd - Britannia 5
Ann Rogers Drum Inn   Robert Parry - Harp 10 Owen Evans - Glanrafon Tavern 10
Thomas Parry Black Boy 10 Thomas Hughes - 4/6d. Tavern 5    
William Roberts Eagle & Child 10 John Thomas - Caemawr 1 5 David Williams - Glanrhyd 2 5
William Griffith Hope & Anchor 10 Robert Parry - Harp 5 William Thomas - King's Head 5
Howell Lloyd Britannia 10 Owen Evans - Glanravon 5 Daniel Williams - White Horse 5
John Jones Queen's Head 10 Edward Davies - Red Lion 5 Owen Thomas - Plas Mawr 5
Edward Davies Red Lion 10 Owen Thomas - Plas Mawr 5 John Jones - Queen's Head 5
Owen Wynne Prince of Wales 10 Robert Parry - Harp 5 William Evans - The Eagles 3 5
William Evans The Angel 10 Owen Wynne - Prince of Wales 5 John Jones - Queen's Head 5
Sarah Francis Carlisle Arms 10 Hugh Hughes - Liquor Merchant 5 Griffith Jones - Chandler 5
Robert Parry The Harp 10 Owen Wynne - Prince of Wales 5 William Griffith - Hope & Anchor 5
Jane Lloyd Blue Bell 10 William Thomas - King's Head 5 John Jones - Liquor Merchant 5
Evan Jones Crown & Anchor 10 John Williams - Newbro' Arms 5 William Thomas - Black Lion 5
William Thomas Black Lion 10 John Williams - Newbro' Arms 5 Evan Jones - Crown & Anchor 5
Richard Jones Union Tavern   John Roberts - Stationer 10 Thomas Hughes - 4/6d. Tavern 10
Margaret Price The Crown 10 John Williams - Newbro' Arms 5 William Thomas - King's Head 5
Thomas Hughes Four & Sixpence 10 John Roberts - Stationer 5 Thomas Parry - Black Boy 5
William Thomas King's Head 10 Daniel Williams - White Horse 5 John Williams - Newbro' Arms 5
Daniel Williams White Horse 10 John Williams - Newbro' Arms 5 Hugh Hughes - Liquor Merchant 5
William Payne Liquor Merchant 10 John Jones - Liquor Merchant 5 Griffith Jones - Chandler 5
John Jones Liquor Merchant 10 Griffith Jones - Chandler 5 William Payne - Liquor Merchant 5
Hugh Hughes Liquor Merchant 10 John Williams - Newbro' Arms 5 Daniel Williams - White Horse 5
John Williams Newborough Arms 10 Hugh Hughes - Liquor Merchant 5 Daniel Williams - White Horse 5
George Bettis *     Henry Cole 10 Owen Thomas 10
Henry Cole *   10 Abel Jones - Victualler 5 Thomas Parry - Black Boy 5
Abel Jones * Victualler 10 Henry Cole 5 William Roberts - Eagle & Child 5
Howell Lloyd * Britannia 10 Robert Davies - Royal Oak 10    
Henry Parry * Tyn y Cei 10 David Rowlands - Shopkeeper 5 William Jones - Pont y Saint 5
Ellin Williams * Stag Tavern 10 Thomas Parry - Black Boy 5 Howell Lloyd - Britannia 5
Hugh Hughes * Goat Inn 10 John Williams - Newbro' Arms 5 William Owen - Llanwnda 5

1 In the Parish of Llanwnda.
2 In the Parish of Llanddeiniolen.
3 This is probably an error, as the next entry shows William Evans as being the licensee of The Angel, which was situated in High Street.
*Marked thus are in XQA/L/1/---

The Gwynedd Archives Service Ref. are X/VAYNOL/422 - 448 & XQA/L/1/433 - 438a


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