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From: Pat Powell <>
Subject: [Cmn-L] for pauline - 1841 Llangendeirne
Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2001 23:25:37 +0100
I can answer in part from my notes.
Llangendeirne enumeration district 2 covers the Hamlet of Gwempa
I have noted down a Cefn gwempa cottage (oocupied by David Jones ,
farmer and family).
Probably there was a Cefngwempa as well.
Are you interested in who is there? or if you give me the names from the
Looking in 1881 there is just one place called Cefngwempa (occupied by
William Lewis & family).
Also looking in 1881 there is no place in Llangendierne called
Pwllygravel - but there is one in Llanfihangel Abercowin and a
Pwllygrafel in Llanarthne.
I'll let you know if I spot one in Llangendeirne in 1841. I have almost
come to the end of the film - so will have a quick look while winding
It has been really windy here in Ogmore and lots of things in the garden
have taken quite a battering - runner beans, broad beans, pumpkins,
tomatoes, french beans etc etc.
Hope they don't get completely destroyed as I love my veggies!!!
Speak to you again soon.
In message <000c01c10a41$0e6d9860$>, Pauline James
>If you have come across the following places could you let me know where
>abouts in Llangendeirne they are/were - I have these place names from a
>marriage in 1833 Llangendeirne - and thought that perhaps whilst your
>looking you may find these places....
>Cefngwempa and Pwllygravel.
>If you have passed them never mind I'll look in Carmarthen when I am able to
>have access again - I was going to look this week - but closed until further
>notice - probably 4 to 5 weeks .....bet it will be longer..
>hope the sun starts to shine again - these gusts have ruined my pansies in
>their pots, and they were looking so beautiful too.......busy lizzies just
>hanging on - is the weather as bad in Ogmore??
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