In 1838 Tithe ownership, Sir John Morris owned the land.
Mile End Pub January 2011
*M.S = Mile Stone, see below for more information.
Left of the terrace of five buildings including the Mile End became Weig Road.
Reproduced from the (1879) Ordnance Survey map, without my reference to the Mile End.
|Census||N/A||N/A||1871||Henry Clement head aged 46 a labourer/publican born in Swansea
Susannah Clement a wife aged 36 born LlandeiloTalybont
Elizabeth Clement a daughter aged 8 born in LlandeiloTalybont
Annie Clement a daughter aged 6 born in Swansea
Susan Clement a daughter aged 4 born in Swansea
Richard Clement a son aged 1 born in Swansea
Mary Ann Evans a servant aged 13 born in Swansea
|Census||N/A||N/A||1881||Susannah Clement head a widow aged 45 a publican of LlandeiloTalybont
Elizabeth Clement a daughter aged 17 born in LlandieloTalybont
Ann Clement a daughter aged 15 a grocer’s assistant born in Swansea
Susan Clement a daughter aged 13 a domestic born in Swansea
Richard Clement a son aged 10 born in Swansea
Jane Clement a daughter aged 7 born in Swansea
William Clement a son aged 5
Charlotte Clement a daughter aged 3 born in Swansea
Thomas Rosser a lodger aged 26 a platelayer for G.W.R. from Halescombe
|P532||KELLY'S DIRECTORY||1891||Fforest fach. Commercial. Clements Susannah (Mrs.), Mile End inn & grocer, Gendros.
|Census||N/A||N/A||1891||Susannah Clement head a widow aged 55 a publican of LlandieloTalybont
Susannah Clement a daughter aged 23 a dressmaker born in Swansea
Richard Clement a son aged 20 a tinplate worker born in Swansea
Jane Clement a daughter aged 17 a barmaid born in Swansea
William Clement a son aged 15 a grocer’s assistant born in Swansea
Charlotte Clement a daughter aged 13 born in Swansea
Catherine Hughes a servant aged 19 born in Swansea
||1901||Susannah Clement head a widow aged 65 a licenced victualler of Pontadulais
Susan Clement a daughter aged 33 a dressmaker born in Swansea
Richard Clement a son aged 30 a labourer below ground born in Swansea
William Clement a son aged 25 a labourer below ground born in Swansea
Charlotte Clement a daughter aged 23 born in Swansea
Mary Pousford a niece aged 17 a domestic servant born in Swansea
|(LIC)||N/A||N/A||1908||Susannah Clement was the landlady and owner.|
|(LIC)||N/A||N/A||1909||Thomas Isaac was the landlord and Swansea United Brewers were the owners.|
|Census||N/A||N/A||1911||Thomas Isaac head aged 37 a publican from Bristol
Margaret Isaac a wife aged 25 born in Swansea
JenkynElwyn Isaac a son aged 4 born in Swansea
|(K.D)||P979||Kellys Directory||1923||Isaac Thos. Mile End Inn, Gendros|
|(K.D)||P1024||Kellys Directory||1926||Isaac Thos. Mile End Inn, Gendros|
|(LIC)||N/A||N/A||1926 Oct||Trueman, Hanbury and Buxton Brewers were the owners.|
|(LIC)||N/A||N/A||1946 July||Maldwyn Griffith was the landlord and still was in 1962.|
|(LIC)||N/A||N/A||1962||Maldwyn Griffith was the landlord.|
|(LIC)||N/A||N/A||1981-2011||Ron Harris was the landlord. The pub closed due to poor business.|
Double Licence = Beer and Spirit Licence.
*Mile Stone is listed on map as (MS) on OS 1899 - This would have existed near the curb of today's house number 678.
"'The Travellers' Well', Cwmdu, was then kept by a Mrs. John. Just above was Vickery Lane named after a nearby farmer; 'Ty Mawr' belonged to a Mr. Davies and further ahead stood Babell Schoolroom (1851) since demolished, and the familiar 'Mile End Inn' run by Wt.Clements."
N.L. Thomas, Swansea District and Villages - Fforestfach p.52, printed 1969.
(KD) - KELLY'S DIRECTORY 1891
(C) Cambrian [web filtered] | (LIC) Licence records | (WGA) West Glamorgan Archives | Available from the Swansea County Hall
*A huge thank you to Dave Arnold for all his research and written work on the Pubs & Inns*
Thank you to the City & County of Swansea for all your help and support.