That's right about the Tregaron one—I should have given the GENUKI
I think the Llanfihangel Genau'r Glyn one is up in the Llyfnant
Valley, on the north border of the county.
In the meantime, I have found another 'allt-ddu' on Streetmap.co.uk
nearer Cardigan but it appears to be topographic rather than a
potential farm/dwelling related one.
On 28/10/2010, at 6:51, Gareth wrote:
As David has already said, it isn't an uncommon place name.
Searching for the name Allt-ddu on Genuki brings up these listed in
names extracted from the Kain/Oliver maps - under Description.
Just the CGN ones ;
If you feel that one of these may be 'the one' then I can work out
OS reference on a modern map for you
There's also one listed in the ' Historic Cardiganshire Homes and
families' book index on Genuki
In Tregaron parish - presumably the one mentioned by David
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From: David Rowlands
Sent: Thursday, October 28, 2010 8:19 AM
To: Virginia Kelly
Subject: Re: [Dyfed] James
I would look for 'allt-ddu'. It means 'black hillside' and there are
several I know of in Cardiganshire (the county). There must be dozens
of places of that name across Wales. The nearest I know of to Cardigan
town (if that is what you mean) is near Cors Caron (Tregaron bog).
Have you any more info as to where, exactly, Daniel James lived, to
help narrow it down?
On 28/10/2010, at 8:31, Virginia Kelly wrote:
> Can any one tell me where ALLTDU is in the Parish of Cardiganshire ,
> I found a will of my g. grandfather Daniel James where it saya he
> lived at the above address
> Thank you, Virginia
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