Although my father's family came from an area to the south of Nantcwnlle, your
account of that area gives a clear view of a bygone era in Ceredigion, which I found
Diolch yn fawr,
date: Mon, 28 Jul 2003 20:40:45
subject: Re: [Dyfed] I agree, thanks, Jenni.
In a message dated 7/28/03 12:06:56 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
Hi: I just bookmarked this site. Will go back and check the surnames again
- see several that I know. Thanks, Jenni. Someday, I think we will turn out
to be related.
> 'Byr Hanes am Blwyf Nantcwnlle'
> (A Short History of the Parish of Nantcwnlle)
> By Rev. Evan Edwardes, published by 'Cambrian News' Aberystwyth, Ltd., 1930
> There is a translation by Jenni Hyatt, with a name index, now on Genuki
> This is a significant piece if work and anyone with Nantcwnlle ancestors
> should have a look at it.
> Jenni translated it in the first instance as she herself has ancestors from
> the parish.
> She hasn't quite finished clarifying some of her queries on a few obscure
> Welsh phrases
> but I'm sure that won't affect anyone's enjoyment from reading it.
> I really don't know how Jenni finds the time - apart from being the
> 'official' translator for the Dyfed FHS web site, she also looks after the
> research service for members covering Cardiganshire.
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