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Llangwyfan

Llangwyfan is a small parish in the hundred of Malltraeth, county of Anglesey, with a station at Ty Croes on the Chester and Holyhead line, 1½ miles north-west from Aberffraw, in Bryngwran sub-registration district: union of Holyhead, Valley district of Anglesey second petty-sessional division, county-court district of Llangefni, rural deanery of Malltraeth, archdeaconry of Bangor and Anglesey and diocese of Bangor. The parish church is dedicated to St. Cwyfan. The registers date from the year 1754. The living is a rectory annexed to Trefdraeth, average tithe rent-charge ¬£466, net yearly income ¬£288, with residence, in the gift of the Bishop of Bangor, and held since 1880 by the Venerable John Pryce M.A. of Jesus College, Oxford, rural dean and surrogate.

The area comprises 1,669 acres, of which 5 acres are water; the population in 1891 was 168.

POST & TELEGRAPH OFFICE, Ty Croes.-Ellen Jones, postmistress. Letters arrive at 6 a.m. & are despatched at 7.50 p.m. The nearest money order office is at Llanfaelog. Letters should have R.S.O. Anglesey added

Assistant Overseer· & Collector of Rates, Owen E. Hughes, Bodelwa

Parish Church, Ven. John Pryce M.A. rector; Rev. Owen Owens M.A. curate

For School Board purposes the parish is united with Aberffraw

Railway Station, Ty Croes, Henry G. Harverson, station master

Private Resident.
Owens Rev. Owen, curate

Commercial.
Hughes John & Son, corn & coal merchts. (& flour), Ty Croes station
Hughes John, architect & contractor, Tycram-bach
Hughes Lewis, game dealer
Jones Ellen, grocer, Ty Croes station
Jones Rchd. joiner, Ty Croes station
Jones William, coal merchant & posting establishment, Ty Croes station
Owen John & Jane, poultry & butter dealers, Bryn Cean-bach
Roberts John E. corn merchant, Ty Croes station

Farmers.
Hughes Richard
Hughes William, Bodelwa
Jones Hugh, Rhosmor
Jones John, Bryn-cian
Jones William, Ty Croes
Lewis William, Trecastell
Owen Catherine, Treryffyth
Owen Thomas, Fferam-fawr
Owen Thomas, Llwynyrgu
Owen William, Llangwyfanisaf
Roberts Hugh, Cnwe
Williams John Llwynysgu
Williams John, Gongalgam
Williams Richard, Ty Newydd
Williams William, Bryngwyn

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