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Appendix (1) Tanylan Dwellings
Danylan, Danlan, Tanylan, Tanlan, Danybank & Neighbouring Dwellings
From Parish Records & Census Returns 1818 through 1901 * Enumerator Correction to Tan Lan/Dan Lan
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
1818 - 1839
Parish Records
1841 Census
HO107/1384
Folio 8/Page7
1851 Census
HO107/2472
Folio 108/Page 5
1859
David Hughes Death

1861 Census
RG9/4134
Folio 85/Page 4

1871 Census
RG10/5491
Folio 4/Page 2
1881 Census
RG11/5393
Folio 79/Page 2
1886
Kezia's
Death
1891 Census
RG12/4514
Folio 74/Pg 4
1901 Census
RG13/5109
Folio 69/Pg 6
1911 Census 1930s
Family Grave
LLanlluan Chapel
Colliers Arms Penymynydd Gategoch
Ty Goryn Pantytawel

Plasbach

Longlife
Gorsecase Tyrllyn Garreglwyd Gareglwyd Plasbach Pantawel Dyllgoeduchaf
Gorslasucha Bank y Cornicill Panycastell Castell y Garreg Pantawel Dyllgoeducha Panycastell
Tyrllyn Dyllgoed Ganol Garnfach Garnfach Dyllgoeducha Garnfach

Garnfach

DANYLAN &
TANLAN

D(T)ANN LAN* DANLAN DANLAN DANYBANK DANYLAN TANYLAN TANLAN DANYLAN TANYLAN TANYLAN
Garnfach Garnfach Dillgoed Uchaf Dyllgoed Ganol Castell y Garreg CastellyGarreg Bankconicill
Penybont Garreglwyd Pantawel Bank y Cornicill Garreglwyd Garreglwyd Tanygelly
PlaseCoch Castell y Garreg Longlife Blaenyorfen Bryngwynisa Brynhawddger
Black lion Pant Tawel Fynonwen Bryngwynisa Blaenorfa
Pen-y-Bank
Part of Gorse Goch
Dullgoeducha Cottage Gorslasucha Gorslasucha
Long Life Maesybont

Historical disposition of dwellings around Tanylan/Danylan/Tanlan/Danlan
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