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Pigot & Co. South Wales directory for 1844

The information  below relating to Newcastle-In-Emlyn was 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)

Newcastle-In-Emlyn

See the 1830 extract for a full general description.

The parish of Kennarth contained, in 1831, 1,935 inhabitants, and in 1841, 2,044; of which last number, it is estimated, about 1,000 formed the population of Newcastle.

Post Office, Ann and Sarah Evans, Post Mistresses. - Letters from London and various other parts arrive (from Carmarthen) every morning at ten minutes past eight, and are despatched every evening at half-past five. - Letters from Cardigan, &c arrive every evening at half-past five, and are despatched every morning at half-past eight.

Gentry and Clergy

Academies

Attorneys

Auctioneers

Bakers

Blacksmiths

Bookseller & Stationer

Boot & Shoe Makers

Carpenters

Chymists & Druggists

Curriers & Leather Sellers

Glovers & Skinners

Grocers & Drapers

Hat Manufacturers

Inns

(See also Taverns & Public Houses)

Ironmongers

Maltsters

Milliners & Dress Makers

Painters, Plumbers, &c

Saddlers

Spirit Dealers

Stone Masons

Surgeons

Tailors

Taverns & Public Houses

Watch & Clock Makers

Wool Carders & Spinners

Miscellaneous

Union Work-House

Registrars of Births, Marriages and Deaths

Mail

Carriers

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