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Bron Epynt


  • 1952
    David Thomas Morgan and Glenys Morgan buy Bron Eppynt from Millicent Lloyd.
  • 1945
    Millicent and Hilbert Lloyd of 2 Trawscoed Villas, Llanwrtyd Wells, buy Bron Eppynt from Alfred and Margaret Jane Jones of Wylfa, Beulah. Alfred is a carpenter and Hilbert is a butcher in Llanwrtyd. Alfred and Margaret had inherited Bron Eppynt from Rees and Catherine Jones.
    The sale of Bron Eppynt to Millicent Lloyd is witnessed by Elinydd Lewis of Wylfa, Beulah. Elinydd is an auxiliary postwoman who delivers all of the post on foot.
  • 1929
    Rees and Catherine Jones live here in Bron Eppynt, and in 1929 they buy it from John Pritchard. We know that Rees and Catherine have children (the family used to live in Bridge End, Llangammarch in 1911).

    Two of their sons went to war (Evan Rees and Thomas (Tommy) John). Tommy died in Belgium aged 19, whilst his older brother Evan returned to Llangammarch. He then married and moved away, but still suffered from his time at war due to mustard gas.

    Rees and Catherine are buried at Llangammarch Church. Rees passed away in 1936, and Catherine in 1944.

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