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Llandegwning

Llandegwning is a parish in the hundreds of Gaffiogion and Commitmaen, county of Carnarvon, 9 miles west-south-west from Pwllheli railway station, registration, sub-registration district and union of Pwllheli, rural deanery of Lleyn, archdeaconry of Merioneth, diocese of Bangor, on the road from Pwllheli to Aberdaron. The river Soch passes through the parish. The church, dedicated to St. Dygwynin, will seat 110. There is a chapel for Calvinistic Methodists.

The area comprises 1,403 acres, of which 1 is water; the population in 1891 was 121.

Letters through Pwllheli. The nearest post & money order office is at Bottwnog; telegraph office, Sarn

Farmers.
Evans Griffith, Felinisaf
Griffith John, Neigwl uchaf
Griffith Robert, Trewan
Jones Griffith, Penybont
Jones Richard, Faerdre
Jones Richard, Neigwl plas
Thomas John, Talsarn
Williams John, Neigwl ganol
Williams Thomas, Tynrhent

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