I am a little puzzled.
I had a look at my map and saw as well as a cross for a church or chapel
there was a public house - so I was about to try to ring and ask when I
realised you said you were actually there.
So if noone could tell you the name of the church/chapel and there was
no sign or notice what they actually say to you?
You did speak to someone in the village surely?
By the way are you sure it is the one in Penybryn itself as other places
such as Bridell are possibly in the same parish I think .
Sorry this isn't very helpful
In message <001001be9347$f9c5bf40$621c893e@pbncomputer>, Philip & Xenia
James <jamespx(a)philxen.freeserve.co.uk> writes
I have a relative (Elizabeth Gertrude JONES) who I can not trace any birth or
baptism record of. However, I have just been told that she may have been born in
Pen-y-bryn, close to St. Dogmaels in Cardigan. I would like to check the
records for the church there but on a recent visit I could not find a name for
Does anyone know the name of the church at Pen-y-bryn (not Penbryn) and the name
of the Vicar or Minister (I'm not sure what denomination it is), so that I can