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Llanwnda St Gwyndaf Churchyard.


Bob Coulson
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Could anyone give me the geographical location of this churchyard, CWGC site doesn't give specific details.

Thanks in advance.

Bob.

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Bob

The Church is in Pembrokshire near Fishguard. Dedicated to the Breton, St Gwyndaf, it overlooks Strumble Head and Carreg Wastad. It was damaged in the French Invasion of 1797.

OS Reference SM 93339

Dave

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Just to confuse matters there is also a Llanwnda with a church called St Gwyndaf located south west of Caernarvon, North Wales.

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Bob

The Llanwnda that you want is the one in Caernarvonshire.

St Gwyndaf's churchyard has four war graves - 3 WW1 and 1 WW2

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