Llanddewi Aber-Arth Contents
The information below relating to Aberayron is extracted by Gareth Hicks with the kind permission of the publishers from the CD of the same title as the main heading. Archive CD Books
This is a selective extraction of facts that might interest genealogists and all personal and property names mentioned. Any general data such as referred to in Samuel Lewis's Topographical Dictionary1833 extract, see Aberaeron, is not repeated here.
Courts Leet are held in May and October by John Atwood, Esq., the representative of Mrs Gwynne, the lady of the manor of Llyswen. The magistrates hold monthly meetings at 'the Feathers', a respectable inn in the village. The hamlet contains at the present period about 300 inhabitants.
Post Office; Evan Evans, Post master. Letters from London, Aberystwith etc arrive every day at twelve, and are depatched every afternoon at a quarter before one.
Nobility, Gentry and Clergy
Inns & Public Houses
Shopkeepers & Traders
To Bristol, the Good Hope; David Rees, master
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Gareth Hicks 21 December 2001
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