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Plough

13 Mill Street

Location - Next to The Red Lion. Opposite the undertakers. First house on Mill Street after the Garage.

1891 Census – Innkeeper – 13 Mill Street

Samuel Black, head, age 61, born in Shropshire, innkeeper.
Emma Black, wife, age 46, born in Shropshire.
Fanny Black, daughter, age 14, born in Cardigan.
Emma Black, daughter, age 13, born in Cardigan.
Harry Black, son, age 7, born in Cardigan.
Samuel Black, son, age 5, born in Cardigan.
Anne Black, daughter, age 3, born in Cardigan.
Mary Baker, daughter, age 18, born in Cheshire.

1895 – Slater's Directory of North and Mid Wales 1895 – Plough, Mrs Emma Bluck, 13 Mill Street.

1895 – According to Kelly's Directory of 1895 the landlady at the time was Mrs Emma Black.

1900 – Bennett's Business Directory – 'Plough Inn, Mill Street, Abersytwyth, E. M. Jones, proprietess. This house is entirely under new management, Bass's and City Brewery Co's ales on draught and in bottle, Guinness's stout, wines and spirits. Accommodation for visitors at moderate charge.'

1907 – South Wales and Monmouthshire Directory – Plough, Mill Street, E. M. Jones.

1918 – Trade Directory Wales – Plough, Mill Street.

1920 – According to Kelly's Directory 1920 the landlady was Mrs Emma Matilda Jones.

1936 – Wales Trades Directory – 'Plough, Mill Street. Accommodation for board residence or bed and breakfast. G. F. Cartwright, proprietor.'

1948-49 – Cardiff, Swansea, Newport and District Trades Directory – 'Plough, Mill Street, accommodation for board residence or bed and breakfast. G. F. Cartwright, proprietor.'

1955-1956 – Wales Trades Directory – 'Plough, Mill Street, accommodation for board residence or bed and breakfast. G. F. Cartwright, proprietor.'

1958-59 – Wales Trades Directory – Plough, Mill Street.

1969 – Aberysrtwyth : For the perfect holiday (guide book) – Advert – 'Plough Inn, Mill Street. Telephone : 7705. Close to Railway Station, car park, sea and shops. Fully licensed. Bed and breakfast. Dinner. T.V. lounge. Spring interiors. Under personal supervision of proprietors : Mr and Mrs J. J. Bridle.'