You were making inquiries about PENLANFACH, initially I
belived this farm may have had some contact with my family
but it does not (so far) mine is PENLANFAWR. Sue MARTIN
can give you more details.
I have been under the weather with some type of bug which
has laid me up for over a week, when I can get out I will
pursue the Sea Captains again, please bare with me.
I am sending this on to Sue as she may be able to help you.
Regards. John T. Lewis
LLANGELER CENSUS 1871
Llangeler 1871 RG~0/5543 Llangeier Parish Part of 1 Enumeration District 11
Part of the lower division call 'Wlad' in the parish of Llangeler from
Rhydfach on the left of the turnpike road leading to Carmarthen to
Penyrheol, thence taking both sides of the road over the mountain to Tycoch,
bounded on the north by the River Tivy on the east by the grange boundary
and the parish of Conwil, comprising the farms of Coedstreisaf,
Coedstreuchaf, the vicarage, Tynewydd, Penlan, Parkswadog, Hengae,
Danralltddu, Henfryn and Plasparkau Court and Llwyncelyn villiages, the
farms of Towyn Groessffordd, Mountain Hall, Cilgynnydd, Cefindriol, Tynain,
the mansion of Penalt and including the whole of the villiage of Llangeler.
Llangeler' Wlad' Schedule 48.
Joshua EVANS Penboyr, Carms
Margaret Evans Llandysil, Cards
CENSUS 1881 RG/~ 1 5431 Folio, 27 page 16
Joshua Thomas Hd M 81 Penboyr, Carm
Margaret Thomas Wf M 81 Llandysil
NOTE. The name change.