I suggest that Rhandir Ucha in the parish register was not a specific dwelling, but a
Rhandir was a early term for a unit of land division.
and also Genuki has info via a Llanfair-ar-y-Bryn entry
and pretty much the same here:-
There were several hamlets using the term Rhandir in Llanfair-ar-y-bryn.
Rhandir-Abbot, [Rhandir Abad]
but these were hamlets and not individual cottages/houses etc. It was probably somewhere
around Rhandir Mwyn according to one of the urls above. You would need to look at an old
map to make certain.
The term rhandir was a land unit term used in early mediaeval times, and three or four
rhandiroedd (or other numbers depending where you were) constituted a tref or town
settlement. Thats a very brief definition!
Hope that helps
From: Adrian via <dyfed(a)rootsweb.com>
To: Dyfed List <dyfed(a)rootsweb.com>
Sent: Thursday, 28 August 2014, 7:08
Subject: [Dyfed] LLANFAIR AR Y BRYN PARISH REGISTERS
A number of my PARRY forebears were living in Llanfair ar y Bryn c
Ann PARRY aged 52 was buried there on 15 January 1835 and John PARRY
aged 19 was buried on 21 February 1837. Both entries show the abode of
Rhandir Ucha. Where exactly is/was that, please?