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Kezia's Headstone - Non-Literal Translation
Llanlluan Calvinistic Methodist Chapel Cemetery

Llanlluan Chapel: The Family Grave, MI TranscriptionMI Translation; Chapel Front, Oblique View, Cemetery, & Front Elevation MIs
Llanarthne(y) Parish Church: General View
App(1) Tanylan Dwellings
App(2)
Tanylan Dwellers
David & Kezia Hughes
Becky Rees's
LlyllechOwain
Llanlluan Chapel
Front (1)   Front (2)
Llanlluan Chapel
Cemetery & Front MIs
Family Grave
Transcribed Translated
Llanarthney Parish
Church
Lleian Church
Front,  Rear

Kezia Headstone Translation


Shown on the left is a best effort, non-literal, translation
of the lettering on Kezia's Headstone at
Llanlluan Calvinistic Methodist Chapel
just a few miles from the home they had lived in since 1818,
Tanylan, a stone's throw from LlynllechOwain.

Throughout the nineteenth century, their home was called, variously;
Tanylan, Danylan, Tanlan and Danlan.
In the 1861 Census Return, it was called Danybank.
It is unlikely that Kezia, by then a widow,
would have moved or changed the name of her home,
as, by 1861, she had lived there for more than 40 years.
The writer uses the name Tanylan for all the above variations,
as it was the name used by his family
as far back as he can remember.

The error regarding the year of the death of
Kezia's daughter Mary, is noted within the translation
and elswhere on this website.

As always, may they all rest in peace


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