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St Deiniol's Church, Llanddeiniol, Cardiganshire

Denomination: Anglican

Dedication: St Deiniol

Rebuilt: 1834

1. "The church, which is pleasantly situated on the brow of a hill, is a small ancient edifice, consisting only of a nave, divided by a double screen into two parts, the eastern of which forms a chancel: the font, which is octangular, is supported on a circular shaft, and placed in the north-western angle of the nave."
[Description of original church from Samuel Lewis's A Topo-graphical Dictionary of Wales 1833]
2. "Consecrated about 16 years ago, in lieu of the old parish church, built principally at the expense of the Revd. Thomas Richards, a landed proprietor of the parish, total cost probably £700"
[Description of rebuilt church from The Religious census of 1851 : A Calendar of the returns relating to Wales, Vol 1, South Wales, edited by I. G. Jones and D. Williams, University of Wales Press, Cardiff, 1976]
3. Plans of 1834 rebuild are on the Church Plans Online website.
St Deiniol's Church, Llanddeiniol
Photography: Alison Bryan
Date: 21 June 2009
Camera: Kodak Z650 digital

St Deiniol's Church, Llanddeiniol
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