Memories of Penycae

Ty Rhewyn Farmhouse

My grandparents, Stanley Lvingstone Allen & May Winefred Allen lived at Ty Rhewyn on the mountain near the gamekeepers lodge. Any pictures of the old house please? You had to walk ...Read full memory

A memory of Penycae by Joyce Davis

Happy Days In Pentre

The top bungalow in your photo (one), brings some happy memories. This was the first school in Pen-y-Cae. I spent many, many hours there with Hughie and his brother. The two ...Read full memory

A memory of Penycae by Neville Jackson

Yr Hen Felin

The Old Mill I remember playing alongside the old mill.  There was a family in the nearby farm - Edna and Audrey were the names of two of the sisters.  The old pub went on fire ...Read full memory

A memory of Penycae by Elen Evans

Born & Bred From 1960

Hi everyone , I was born in trem-y-gardden november 1960 but only lived there untill i was 6 months old , then my parents moved us up to the top end of pen-y-cae onto cristionydd , ...Read full memory

A memory of Penycae

Eglwys Penycae

Ni chlywais erioed am unrhyw eglwys mewn dyffryn ym Mhenycae. Roedd pant lle roedd Nant y Grogfryn yn cyfarfod â'r Afon Eitha, ond 'Pentre' oedd yr enw ar yr ardal hon. Mae eglwys Pen y ...Read full memory

A memory of Penycae by Elen Evans

Francis Family  1880 1960

My great-grandparents owned a grocer shop in Penycae in the 1890 - 1920 era and the name was Thomas Francis, and had eight children, four boys and four girls. One of their ...Read full memory

A memory of Penycae

Does Anyone Know My Great Grandparents

Does anyone know anything about my great-grand parents, they owned shops in Rhos, they were greengrocers, they had a horse and cart. They were George Ellis Hughes ...Read full memory

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