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Anglesey, Bryngwran, Hen Felin Plas Water Mill - East Face

Anglesey, Bryngwran, Hen Felin Plas Water Mill - East Face

Anglesey, Bryngwran, Hen Felin Plas Water Mill - West Face

Anglesey, Bryngwran, Hen Felin Plas Water Mill - West Face

 

Bryngwran Water Mill - Felin Plas Watermill on the Isle of Anglesey (Ynys Môn) in North Wales.

Anglesey, Bryngwran, Hen Felin Plas Water Mill

Anglesey, Bryngwran, Hen Felin Plas Water Mill in 2009.

The water mill at Bryngwran was named (Hen) Felin Plas, and the prime purpose of the mill was to grind corn. The old Mill - and the old Lime Kiln - have been converted into dwellings, sadly there is little to suggest their heritage, but nevertheless they are very nice properties.

In 1881, in the Parish of Llechylched (which was Bryngwran basically) there were two corn millers as follows:
Owen Roberts aged 48 born Llangefni, living with his wife at Ty Felin (Mill House).
William Jones aged 67 born Llanrhwydrys, he has obviously recently become a widower, as living with him are his 3 daughters ranging in age from 11 to just 2. They are living in a house in Well Street. As William's daughters were born in Holyhead, I am guessing that he had been a corn miller there, and Owen Roberts (above mentioned) is the miller at Bryngwran?

O.S. Coordinates: SH.



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