I wouldn't bet on Glen's suggestion just yet (unless you have other
evidence pointing to north Ceredigion), not even though my great aunt
once lived at the Gwarcwmbach he mentions!
'Cwm ucha[f]' must surely be a very common name throughout the
country. You get lots of hits on the full and elided forms on Google.
But if you want to research the Llangynfelyn parish, look here:
On 01/12/2008, at 10:54, Glen Jenkins wrote:
Could it be Gwar-cwm-ucha? It and Gwar-cwm-bach, Gwar-cwm-issa and
Pensarn are in the parish of Llancynfelin, Cardigan about 9 miles
--- On Sat, 29/11/08, Elwyn Schreuder <e.schreuder7(a)chello.nl> wrote:
> From: Elwyn Schreuder <e.schreuder7(a)chello.nl>
> Date: Saturday, 29 November, 2008, 11:49 AM
> Hello list,
> Can somebody tell me where Cwm Ucha was or still is? My forefathers
> were there already in 1761.
> Family later moved up to Ty-isha, which is I believe in
> Elwyn - netherlands