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A history of part of the parish of Llandysilio (Menai Bridge, Anglesey) Unknown Binding – 1 Jan. by David Senogles (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: David Senogles. The village takes its name from Tysilio, a 7th-century Welsh saint to whom the parish church is dedicated. History. Ancient remains indicate that the area that is now the village of Llandissilio has been occupied for many centuries. For part of its history the parish of Llandissilio was in ity: Llandissilio West. A History of Carmarthenshire (2 vols.), Cardiff, London Carmarthenshire Society (, ). Extracts from this book can be accessed on some parish pages, see here for this parish. Michael, D J. Hanes Blaenconyn [History of Blaenconyn]. Llandysul, The church is dedicated to St. Tysilio, son of the ancient warrior Brochvael, who fought against the Saxons at the time of the massacre of the monks of Bangor, and was founded by him in it is a small edifice, remarkable for the bleakness of its situation on a rocky peninsula stretching into the strait, by the waters of which it is completely insulated at every tide ; and during spring tides, and the .
LLANDISSILO PARISH PART IN PEMBROKE Parish-level Unit (CP/PA) Census of England and Wales, Table 4, 'Area; Houses and Inhabitants, and , in the Parishes and Places comprised in each Superintendent Registrar's District'. LLANDYSILIO EAST Parish-level Unit (CP/PA). The ancient parish of Llandysilio, or in full Llandysilio yn IÃ¢l, was divided into three parts (the Welsh word ' traean ' means ' one-third ' in English) named Llandysilio Traean, Trefor Traean, and Glyn Traean. The place name can often be seen with the spelling ' Llantysilio '. Llandysilio, Montgomeryshire. Click on the map for other historical maps of this place. In , John Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Llandysilio like this: LLANDYSILIO, a village and a parish in Llanfyllin district, Montgomery. The village stands on Offa's dyke, on the river Vyrnwy, adjacent to the Montgomery canal, the Oswestry and Welshpool railway, and the . According to legend, however, it is said that 'When the parish saint died there happened to be an eclipse of the sun. This eclipse caused a phenomenon which gave rise to four equally spaced shadows of the tower cross to be cast down on the four sides of the church.' (History of Llandysilio).
History of development The combination of the 'llan' name with a well-known early medieval saint, and a sub-circular churchyard points irresistibly to an early medieval origin for the church, if not for any settlement around it. Legend has it that St Tysilio was a hermit here for seven years, but that will forever remain unproven. During the post-Conquest period the church was a parish church in the Deanery of Carmarthen. In it was a vicarage in the patronage of the Bishops of St Davids, the rector being the prebendery of Llandysilio in the Collegiate church of Brecon. In the living was sequested owing to a vacancy, and by the church was a discharged. Coronavirus: Thank you for the amazing support we have received from our customers during the last few months. Our office and factory are based in a rural area which has made it practical for us to remain open for business. We are still able to despatch most of our products, however, coasters and placemats are still not available but we hope to offer these again soon. Llandrillo a brief history The Parish Church (Church in Wales) restored in , is on the site of much earlier churches as the reputed year old yew tree in the circular churchyard testifies. One hundred or more years ago the village was a much busier place than it is now. To meet the needs of a population of there were at least 2.