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From: Dick Jones <>
Subject: Re: Maesyberllan Chapel
Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2001 00:29:21 +0000
>Thanks for the quick response, I have now come across more chapels with
>similar names then I knew existed.
> I hear that for sure there is a Maesyberllan Chapel, a Maesyrhelem Baptist
>a Maesyrhelim Chapel, and a Maesyronen Chapel does the common use of the Maes
>denote being of the same denomination or what. Are any of them in existence
>in addition to the first, for the only religious census, occuring in 1851?
> Thank you for your time and effort it is really appreciated.
>Julie Worthing Magee
maes = meadow, field
y or yr (before vowel) = the, of the
perllan / berllan (radical form / soft mutated form) = orchard
helem = ? but helm = (1) rick, stack
(2) helm (ship)
onnen = ash tree (onen - incorrect spelling)
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