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The Marquess of Anglesey
The Marquess of Anglesey

History

Formerly known as the Barley Mow in 1752 and then the Green Man between 1755 to 1815, the land on which the pub stands upon was bestowed to The Marquess following his victory at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815 and as a consequence the name of the pub was changed to the ‘Marquis of Anglesea.’ It was only in 1979 when Young’s bought the property that it changed its name to the current spelling.

Did you know?

The Marquess of Anglesey commanded all the cavalry and artillery at the battle of Waterloo on 18th June 1815. He was injured in the battle, losing part of one of his legs to a cannonball, leading to a famous brief exchange of words at the time to The Duke.

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