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Llechylched, a parish in the hundred of Llyfon, county of Anglesey, 2½ miles north-north-west of Ty Croes station, 8 south-east of Holyhead and 17 west from Bangor, Holyhead union, sub-registration district of Bryngwran, Valley district of Anglesey second petty-sessional division, county-court district of Llangefni, rural deanery of Llyfon, archdeaconry of Bangor and Anglesey, diocese of Bangor, situated on the main road to Holyhead. The parish church, dedicated to St. Ylched, has 250 sittings. The register of baptisms dates from the year 1798; burials, 1803. The living is a rectory united with Ceirchiog, average tithe rent-charge £224, net income £210 and residence, in the gift of the Bishop of Bangor, and held since 1888 by the Rev. David Rowland Morgan B. A. of St. David's College, Lampeter. There are chapels for Baptists, Calvinists and Independents.

The area comprises 2,237 acres, of which 11 are water; population in 1891 was 586.

Bryngwran is a village in the parish.

POST & MONEY ORDER OFFICE & SAVINGS BANK, Bryngwran. - Pierce Morgan Pierce, postmaster. Letters arrive from Valley (from all parts) at 6.50 a.m.; despatched at 6.10 p.m. The nearest telegraph office is at Bodedern. Letters should have Valley R.S.O. Anglesey added

Assistant Overseer & Rate Collector, Richard W. Hughes, Bryngwran

St. Ylched's Church, Rev. David R. Morgan M.A. rector
Baptist Chapel (various)
Calvinistic Methodist (various)
Independent, Rev. Henry Rees

A School Board of 5 members was formed on the 25th April 1871 for Llechylched, with Bodedern & Trewalchmai contributory, & which return 2 members each; P. M. Pierce, Bryngwran, clerk

SCHOOL : R. Evans, master

Private Residents.
Morgan Rev. David R. M.A. Rectory
Rees Rev. Henry

Evans Evan Thomas, horse dealer, Bryngwran farm
Hughes Mary, grocer & draper, Bryngwran
Hughes Richard W. insurance agent & seedsman, Bryngwran
Hughes Robert, Jorwerth Arms P.H. Bryngwran
Hughes Wm. butcher, Bryngwran
Jones John & Son, joiners & builders, Tan-rallt
Jones Hugh, butcher, Bryngwran
Jones Hugh, threshing machine owner, Refail
Jones Jn. Cross Keys P.H. Bryngwrsn
Jones John, grocer & temperance house, Bryngwran
Jones Owen, butcher, Bryngwran
Jones William, tailor & draper, Salem street, Bryngwran
Owen Evan, car proprietor, Tan-y-coed
Owen Richard, grocer, Bryngwran
Pierce P. Morgan, grocer, draper, outfitter &c. Bryngwran
Pritchard Thomas, grocer & fancy goods repository, Bryngwran
Roberts Owen, miller, Bryngwran
Roberts Owen, threshing machine owner & oil & paint dlr, Bryngwran
Roberts Thomas, grocer & insurance agent, Longroes
Roberts Thomas, grocer, leather dlr. saddler &c. Madog, Bryngwran
Roberts Thomas, grocer, Mona house, Bryngwran
Rowlands Richard, tailor & draper, Bryngwran
Thomas Hugh, blacksmith, Bryngwran
Williams John, tailor, Henshop, Bryngwran
Williams John V. tailor & draper, Bryngwran

Elias Hugh, Caerddol
Evans Evan Thos. Bryngwran farm
Hughes Grace, Bwth-mawr
Hughes Hugh, Tyddyn meredydd
Hughes Richard, Bryncoch-bach
Hughes Robert, Jorwerth
Hughes Thomas William, Ty Croes
Jones Kate & Margaret, Ty-mawr
Jones Edward, Penrallt
Jones Eleaser, Bryngors
Jones Jane, Glantowyn
Jones John, Cefnysgwydd
Jones John, Tan-rallt
Jones Lewis, Bodgyfell
Jones Owen, Taircroesion
Jones Owen Parry, Plas
Jones William, Bwth-bach
Jones William, Caefali
Jones William, Glantowyn
Jones William, Penrhos
Owen David, Penrhyn
Owen Evan, Tanycoed
Owen John, Brynhyfryd
Owen John, Caehywel
Owen Thomas, Cefnysgwydd
Owen William, Llainyrallor
Parry Laura, Newidfa
Prytherch William, Bodfeddan
Roberts David, Tyntowyn
Roberts Hugh, Bodenog
Roberts Robert, Bryngo
Roberts Robert, Tairhirion
Roberts Thomas, Penyrhiw
Roberts William, Tynllidiart
Smith William, Tynyberllan
Williams Ann & Jane, Bodlawen
Williams Catherine, Penrallt
Williams John, Moelydd
Williams Judith, Trafwll
Williams Owen, Tanyrhiwian
Williams Owen, Tyllwyd
Williams Richard, Gwaenfynydd

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