Thank You Gareth!!
In the 1841 census There is both a Tor-coed and a Tor-coed fawr listed in
In a message dated 4/21/2005 4:00:49 AM Eastern Standard Time,
The Genuki parish page shows Crwbin and Tor-coed/Torcoed fawr in the
extraction from the Kain/Oliver maps under Description
And if you use the Maps link on the same page and click on Crwbin you'll see
both Crwbin and Tor coed isaf on the old-maps site. Also The Three Compasses
They aren't the same place it seems, one is a village and the other a nearby
Nearest I can get to pronounce Crwbin ;
'Crw' - the w sounds as in the oo in the English word took
'bin' as in the English (waste) bin.
In this example the w is a short vowel sound - the C is hard as in a K