Index of old family homes, with OS Grid references.

Arddwyfaen SH94 484966

Berthlafar SH93 947366

Brynglas, Llansilin where Thomas Morris, older brother of Moses, lived.

Bryn Hynod, Llangower SH93 328912 John and Eleanor Jones, farmer

David Jones born 1851?

Capel Celyn

Cefnblodwel Chapel/Church? Tombstone of Thomas Morris r. of gate.

Cefn Canol No precise address as yet. Mr and Mrs Moses Morris in 1879 (Catherine Ellen born that year)

Cefnddwysarn SH93 385965

Clawdd Newydd SH05 524083 David Jones lived there with 2nd wife in his old age.

Clocaenog SH05 543084

Coedymynach where David Williams and his wife Margaret lived before moving on to Gelli Grin.*

Cynwyd SJ04 412057 Mr and Mrs E.W.Morris (Catherine Ellen Morris), The Mount, Schoolmaster

Philip Leslie and Kathleen Margaret Parry Morris 1920 - ?

Dolanog Mr and Mrs Claud Minton (Annie Pengwern Jones) Schoolteachers

Rolf Vivian, Oscar Vernon and Raymond Claud 1912 - ?

Fron Lwyd, Glyndyfrdwy David Jones moved here from Rhospengwern when he remarried, probably about 1915 or 16.

Gaerfechan SH94 478960

Garreg Lwyd SH55 537154

Gelli Grin SH93 947341 where David Williams d. 25 Aug 1864 aged 24 of gastro-enteritis and his mother Margaret Williams d. Sept 1864.

Gornals (Y Gornel) see Rhosygadfa


Hafod Abbot Uncle Will lived here for a time.

Hafod Gynfor

Hafoty Foel SJ04 477034

Hendrearddwyfaen SH94 486963

Lledrod David Jones worked there when young, and wrote his essay about it in 1878? Near Llansilin.

Llyn Celyn near Bala, now a reservoir where Coedmynach is submerged

Lower Cynynion Mr and Mrs Moses Morris (Margaret Williams) Farmer, carpenter and wheelwright in 1881 census

Nant Tanyfoel SH94 497982

Penbryn, Glynceiriog

Pencoed Isa SH55 538107

Pencoed Ucha SH55 536104

Rhiwaedog SH93 948348


Rhosygadfa Kelly's Directory "Moses Morris Cowkeeper" and

Rhydonnen Ucha Grace Williams went from Rhiwaedog* to keep house there for her brother Samuel. When he died, *she married David Jones* who then worked the farm. Their six children were born there. They moved on from there to Rhospengwern*. Subsequently, *John Thomas Morris lived there, and his family grew up there before they moved to Stansty*.

Rhydycroesau where Moses Morris is buried 1895 with one of his children, and where later (1925-30) we went to school.

Rhydyglafais SJ03 398050

Siamberwen(1) SJ04 403037

Siamberwen(2) SJ04 474066

Tanyfoel SJ04 453085

Tanygaer, Cerrigydrudion SH94 484986

Tanygaer, Corwen SJ04 444085

The Gornals

Tyddyn Ucha SH55 540153


Tynllan, Llandrillo where Auntie Jinny's Great Aunt Gwen lived (Gwen Thomas Tynrhedyn.)

Tynrhedyn SH94 483964 marked as a ruin on OS map, where the Thomas family lived.

Uwchgarreg School where Annie Pengwern Jones had her first teaching post as a new BA from Bangor 1912?

Y Gornel (The Corner) anglicised to The Gornals and according to Leslie another name for Rhosygadfa. He also told me that a new house had been built there and that what remained of the old one was being used as a hen-house. Moses Morris kept two places going, here and at Hafod Gynfor.