Rhyndwyclydach Higher
1841 census
Schedules 37-54
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Brynmane
William Thomas, 30, lab., yes
Hannah Thomas, 25, yes
Mary Thomas, 3, yes
Gwenllian Thomas, 1, yes
William & Hannah Thomas, Brynmane were recorded on the 1841 list of Baran chapel members.
Clyncoch
Jane Cook, 60, farmer, yes
Jane Cook, 40, yes
Ann Davies, 15, F.S., yes
Morgan Pugh, 55, Ag. Lab., no
Ebenezer Harries, 20, Ag. Lab., no
David Thomas, 15, Ag. Lab., no
David Thomas, 14, Ag. Lab., yes
Evan Thomas, 13, Ag. Lab., yes
In Gabriel Powell's survey of 1764, the freeholder was George Venables Vernon and the tenant was widow, Anne Bevan.
Llachartfach
Elizabeth Davies, 60, farmer, yes
Evan Davies, 35, yes
David Davies, 30, yes
Dinah Davies, 25, yes
Jenkin Davies, 20, yes
Mary Davies, 20, F.S., no
Hannah Morgan, 15, F.S., yes
Elizabeth Harris, 9, yes
In Gabriel Powell's survey of 1764, the freeholder was Arthur Davies and the tenant was Henry Phillip.
In the 1805 & 1809 Land Tax Assessments, the tenant was a David Davies.
Llachartfawr
Howel Jones, 35, farmer, yes
Jane Jones, 20, yes
Isaac Jones, 1, yes
Thomas Thomas, 15, Ag. Lab., yes
Isaac Hopkin, 15, Ag. Lab., yes
Ann Jones, 15, F.S., yes
Margaret William, 15, F.S., yes
Ann William, 14, F.S., yes
Part of the Glynmeirch estate.  Howel Jones was the son-in-law of Rev. Roger Howell (Nantmoel Uchaf) and brother of Isaac Jones (Glynmeirch,  Rhyndwyclydach Lower).  In Gabriel Powell's survey of 1764, the freeholder was George Venables Vernon and the tenant was John David, possibly the father of Isaac John (later Jones) and grandfather of the above named Howel and Isaac.  Isaac John was the tenant recorded in the Land Tax Assessments of 1805 & 1809.  Isaac and his wife, Magdalen are buried at Baran Chapel cemetery with 2 grandsons.
In the Gellionnen List of Members, Maud John and David John, Llychart fawr are recorded in 1772 (page 7) and Llewelyn John is recorded in 1773 (page 9).
Rev. Roger Howell's daughter, Jane Jones and her servant, Ann Jones were recorded on the 1841 list of Baran chapel members.  Howell, Jane & 2 of their sons are buried at Baran.
Tynygraig
Mary Thomas, 60, Ind., yes
Penwainmawr
Daniel Hopkin, 40, lab., yes
Hannah Hopkin, 40, yes
Thomas Hopkin, 20, Ag. Lab., yes
Jane Hopkin, 9, yes
Magdalen Hopkin, 6, no
Penwainmawr
Llewelyn William, 40, mason, yes
Luce William, 30, no
Mary William, 10, yes
Rees William, 7, yes
Sarah William, 5, yes
Esther William, 2, yes
Hannah William, 7mths., yes
Llewelyn William, mason & Luce William (no abode given) were recorded on the 1841 list of Baran chapel members.
Heolddu
William William, 55, farmer, yes
Mary William, 55, yes
Lewis William, 20, Ag. Lab., yes
Catherine William, 25, yes
John William, 22, Ag. Lab., yes
William William, 15, Ag. Lab., yes
Ann William, 15 yes
Elizabeth William, 13, yes
Thomas William, 11, yes
In the 1805 & 1809 Land Tax Assessments, the tenant was a John William
Coedca-mawr
David Rees, 25, lab., yes
Hannah Rees, 25, no
Thomas Rees, 5, yes
Evan Rees, 3, yes
In Gabriel Powell's survey of 1764, the freeholder was Gabriel Powell himself and the tenant was Griffith Simon.  In the 1805 & 1809 Land Tax Assessments, the tenant was a Rees Thomas.
David & Hannah Rees, Coedcae Mawr, were recorded on the 1841 list of Baran chapel members.
Castellpicin
Elias William, 35, lab., yes
Mary William, 40, yes
Edward William, 3, yes
Gellylluog
Morgan Evan, 45, farmer, yes
Elizabeth Evan, 50, yes
Ann Evan, 15, yes
Elizabeth Evan, 15, yes
Mary Evan, 10, yes
Gwenllian Evan, 6, yes
In Gabriel Powell's survey of 1764, there were 3 tenements called "Gellylyog".  The freeholders were (1) Watkin Howel and his wife and Roger Howell, with tenant Richard Jenkin; (2) Henry William with tenant William Morgan and (3) John Morgan with tenant Evan William Thomas Prees.
In the 1805 & 1809 Land Tax Assessments the tenant was a Jenkin William.
Parkybedw
David Jones, 55, weaver, yes
Elizabeth Jones, 50, yes
Rachel Jones, 15, yes
Ann Jones, 7, yes
Elizabeth Jones, 5, yes
Thomas Jones, 25, blacksmith, yes
David Jones, weaver & Elizabeth Jones (no abode given) were recorded on the 1841 list of Baran chapel members.
Gellylluog usha
David John, 40, farmer, yes
Margaret John 35, yes
Elizabeth John ,80, yes
Elizabeth John, 11, yes
Gwenllian John ,9, yes
Evan John, 8, yes
Phillip John, 4, yes
John John, 3mths., yes
David Rees, 8mths., yes
Margaret Nathaniel, 12, F.S., yes 
In Gabriel Powell's survey of 1764, the freeholder of "Gellylyog Ycha" was Thomas Popkin and the tenant was Thomas Harry.
In the 1805 & 1809 Land Tax Assessments the tenant was an Evan John.
Margaret & Elizabeth John, Gelliluog were recorded on the 1841 list of Baran chapel members.
Llwyn evan
Alice Bowen, 45, farmer, yes
Jane Bowen, 20, yes
David Bowen, 15, yes
Mary Bowen, 15, yes
Isaac Bowen, 13, yes
Esther Bowen, 11, yes
Sarah Bowen, 8, yes
David Hopkin, Ag. Lab., yes
Alice Bowen was the widow of John Bowen - elder brother of both Henry Bowen (Llettyrcrydd) and David Bowen (Nantmoel Isaf).  These 3 brothers were the sons of David & Jane Bowen (Nantmoel Isaf).  It is likely that Alice was herself the daughter of Isaac & Magdalen Jones of Llachartfawr/Glynmeirch and the sister of Howell Jones, Llachartfawr & Issac Jones Glynmeirch.  In Gabriel Powell's survey of 1764, the freeholder of "Lletty or Llwyn Evan at Nantmole" was George Venables Vernon and the tenant was David Bowen.  The farm is also known as Llwyn Ifan and was one of the meeting houses used by the members who broke away from Gellionnen prior to the foundation of the Baran chapel.  In the 1805 & 1809 Land Tax Assessments the tenant was a Morgan Morgan.  Alice, her husband, John and 3 of their children are buried together at Baran Chapel cemetery.
Penbank
William Lewis, 35, collier, yes
Ann Lewis, 40, yes
Rees Lewis, 14, collier, yes
Ann Lewis, 11, yes
David Lewis, 8, yes
Catherine Lewis, 6, yes
William Lewis, 3, yes
William & Ann Lewis and their daughter, Catherine are buried at Baran Chapel cemetery.
Nantmole isha
David Bowen, 35, farmer, yes
Catherine Bowen, 25, yes
John Bowen, 8, yes
Mary Bowen, 5, yes
Mary Nathaniel, 15, F.S., no
David Bowen was the younger brother of Henry Bowen (Llettyrcrydd) and brother-in-law of Alice Bowen (Llwyn Ifan).  He inherited the lease of Nantmoel Isaf after the death of his mother, Jane Bowen in 1840.  Jane (nee Philip) had been the widow of David Bowen.  In Gabriel Powell's survey of 1764, the freeholder of "Blaen Nant Mole Yssha" was John Morgan and the tenant was John David Bowen.  In the 1805 Land Tax Assessment the tenant was David Bowen who died circa 1810.  From 1811, the tenant was his widow, Jane Bowen.
Catherine Bowen, Nantmole isaf was recorded on the 1841 list of Baran chapel members.  David & Catherine, their daughter, Mary and son, John & his wife are buried at Baran cemetery. 
Pantyfynon
Mary Nathaniel, 40, knitter, no
Thomas Nathaniel, 8, yes
Rachel Nathaniel, 6, yes
Tynewidd
Thomas Davies, 25, blacksmith, no
Rachel Davies, 25, no
Margaret Morgan, 7, F.S., no
Thomas Davies, smith & Rachel Davies (no abode given) were recorded on the 1841 list of Baran chapel members.
Clynithrim ganol
Thomas Thomas, 40, mason, yes
Elizabeth Thomas, 40, yes
Rachel Thomas, 15, yes
William Thomas, 15, mason, yes
Thomas Thomas, 14, mason, yes
Mary Thomas, 11, yes
Evan Thomas, 8, yes
Hannah Thomas, 7, yes
Daniel Thomas, 2, yes
Margaret Thomas, 3mths., yes
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