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Bettws Cedewain - house & family histories 5 years 1 month ago #4

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:) i have been collecting a huge amount of data about the people and places of Bettws, and am happy to share it with anyone who has a genuine interest (either family or local) in the parish. This project is ongoing and therefore incomplete, and i would welcome any information YOU have about Bettws, especially family trees. When asking about a particular person or house/farm/cottage, please tell me what you already know, so I don't look up the same information.
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Bettws Cedewain - house & family histories 4 months 3 weeks ago #26

Hello, I am wondering if perhaps you can help me. One of my ancestors, Edward Owen b:1821married Elizabeth Oliver of Llwyncoh Farm in 1842 at Bettws Parish Church. His residence at the time, and in the 1851 census was Pen-y-Bryn, a farm of 130 acres. He was a farmer. There are of course lots of Pen-y-Bryn farms and I would love to know which one he lived at. I have found Llwyncoch on the road east of Bettws on the way to Pentre Llifior. There is a Pen-y-Bryn about one kilometre South West of Llwyncoch, next to Tynytwll Woods beside the B4389, and on the 1851 census, the Pen-y-Bryn Farm is the next entry to Tyn-y-twll. Do you have any evidence of occupancy at that time to shed light on my guesswork?

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