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The Cottage of Content
The Cottage of Content in Clarence Street - now a restaurant
Photo CDM 2015
The Cottage of Content, 18 Clarence Street, Upper Gornal.
Established in the mid-nineteenth century.
The pub closed in 1998 and re-opened in 1999 as an Italian Restaurant: Cafe Casita Trattoria.
1851, Martin Carter. (Slaters Directory)
1860, Edward Leek.
1861, Thomas Guest, victualler age 34. [Census]
1868, Damuel Nichols. [P.O. Directory]
1868, Thomas Page, licensed victualler and limestone miner.
Adjudged bankrupt in 1869.1940, Charles E. Yates, 1940. [Kelly's Trade Directory]
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