In a message dated 29/8/98 12:38:28 GMT, you write:
<< Subj: name changes
Date: 29/8/98 12:38:28 GMT
From: theclerk(a)zeus.odyssey.net (Gary Brown)
I recently came across a letter written by my ggreatfather. He
mentions a parish called Llandypug or Llandygag(not sure of spelling) and a
Trewin Independent Church. Also Allt-Goch(Red Hill) and Rehoboth (Glyndwe or
Watery Glen). Are these still in existence? Thank you for you time and help.
I would guess that you're referring to Llandygwydd parish in Cardiganshire, if
only because there is a Tre-wen Congregational Chapel at Bron-gwyn which I see
on my map is a village about 3 mls from the present day village of
Llandygwydd, the latter being c 5 mls south east of Cardigan town.
The OS reference for Brongwyn is SN 29284184.[taken from the book below]
According to "Nonconformist Registers of Wales " the Tre-wen chapel's
are split between the PRO , Cardigan RO and Carmarthen RO, the latter's
website and email button on
under Useful Welsh Research places should you wish to follow it up.The
Cardigan Ro's website is there too, no email address though.
The PRO's website also listed under Other Useful Web sites.
I don't know of the other places you mention :-)