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Llanwenllwyfo is a parish in the hundred of Twrcelyn, county of Anglesey, 3½ miles south-east from Amlwch railway station and 7 north-east of Llanerchymedd, in Amlwch sub-registration district, Anglesey union, Amlwch district of Anglesey second petty sessional division, Llangefni county court district, rural deanery of Twrcelyn, archdeaconry of Bangor and Anglesey, diocese of Bangor, situated at the head of Dulas bay. The parish church, dedicated to St. Gwenllwyfo, provides sittings for 130. The registers of baptisms and burials date from the year 1763, marriages 1762. The living is a rectory, net value £99 and residence, in the gift of the Bishop of Bangor, and held since 1873 by the Rev. John Evan Williams M.A. of Jesus College, Oxford.

Llysdulas is the residence of the Hon. Lady Neave.

The area is 1,559 acres, of which 1 acre is water the population in 1891 was 313.

Letters through Amlwch & should have R.S.O Anglesey added

Assistant Overseer, &c. Griffith Roberts, Ty'n-rhos

Conservative Club, William Jones, president

St. Gwenllwyfo's Church, Rev. John Evan Williams M.A

Private Residents.
Berry Mrs. Bryn-y-fuches
Neave Hon. Lady, Llysdulas
Williams Rev. John Evan M.A. The Rectory

Elias John, manure agent, Plas uchaf,

Berry Mrs. Bryn-y-fuches
Elias John, Plas uchaf
Evans Robert, Castell
Hughes Rich. Home farm, Llysdulas
Hughes Thomas, Tyn-rhos
Jones Daniel, Tyddyn-igin
Jones Edward, Twr-llachiad
Jones John, Coch-y-moel
Jones Joseph, Glybcoed
Owen Ann, Rhosmynach-isaf
Owen Elizabeth, Pen-y-park
Pritchard Evan, Llaneuddog
Roberts Griffith, Tyn-rhos
Roberts Richard, Mynydd engan
Thomas John, Tyddyn mawr
Thomas William, Rhosmynach fawr
Williams William, Ty-newydd
Williams William, Cochwillan

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