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Llangwnadle is a parish and small village in the hundred of Commitmaen, county of Carnarvon, 14 miles west from Pwllheli, 9 south-west of Nevin and 2½ north-west of Sarn, in Aberdaron sub-registration district, union of Pwllheli, petty sessional division and county court district of Pwllheli, rural deanery of Lleyn, archdeaconry of Merioneth and diocese of Bangor, situated on the north-west coast of the peninsula of Lleyn. The parish church is dedicated to St. Gwynodl. The registers date from 1802. The living is a vicarage united with Penllech and Bodferin, average tithe rent-charge £140, net yearly income £110, with residence, in the gift of the Bishop of Bangor and the Rev. G. A. Salusbury, and held since 1888 by the Rev. Thomas Jones B.A. of St. David's College, Lampeter. There is a chapel for Calvinistic Methodists.

The area comprises 1,281 acres; the population in 1891 was 252.

POST OFFICE, Llangwnadle.-Catherine Griffiths, postmistress. Letters arrive from all parts (viâ Pwllheli) at 11.30 a.m.; despatched at 2.30 p.m. The nearest money order & telegraph office is at Sarn

Registrar of Births &c., Humphrey Hughes, Cadlan Isaf, Aberdaron

St. Gwynodl's, Rev. Thomas Jones B. A. vicar
Calvinistic Methodist, Rev. Hugh Pugh, minister

SCHOOL: National School, G. M. Williams, master

A coach runs daily to Pwllheli

Private Resident.
Jones Rev. Thomas B.A

Griffith Thomas, carpenter, Morfa
Griffiths Catherine, grocer & draper
Griffiths John, tailor & draper, Penygough
Hughes Thomas, general merchant, Plas Morfa
Jones Evan, carrier, Drebach
Jones John, cattle dealer, Cefngwyn
Jones Thomas, coach proprietor
Jones William, merchant, Caerodyn
Parry Owen, boot maker
Roberts William, carpenter
Williams Richard, blacksmith

Griffith Hugh, Brynucheldref
Griffith John, Tynllan
Griffith John H. Tymawr
Griffith Owen, Rhendrefor
Griffith Owen, Trefgraig fach
Griffith Robert, Bryntrefgraig
Griffiths Thomas, Trefgraig isaf
Hughes John, Moelyberth
Jones Humphrey, Brynygloch
Jones John, Tyllwyd
Jones John, Tyncae
Jones Owen, Murian
Jones Thomas, Tirgwenith
Jones William, Bodychenan
Jones William, Bryn villa
Jones William, Gofelan fawr
Jones William, Tirhôs
Roberts David, Penybont
Roberts Ellis, Porthgolmon
Roberts Griffith, Penrhosedd
Roberts John, Taicryddion
Roberts William, Gelli
Roberts William, Plas
Thomas Evan, Glanrafon bach
Thomas Thos. Jones, Trefgraig plas
Williams M. Griffith, Y Bardd
Williams William Griffith, Tyhen

Transcribed from Slater's Directory of North & Mid Wales, 1895