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Re: Translation of Coetia **complete**
« Reply #27 on: Thursday 13 May 21 12:06 BST (UK) »
Following on from my other post (if approved and attachments get through)
Here are part of the Conveyancing documents from the sale of the properties in 1978, showing Delfryn and Coetia Bach

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Re: Translation of Coetia **complete**
« Reply #28 on: Thursday 13 May 21 12:12 BST (UK) »
Continuing my posts ....
My in-laws bought Coetia Bach and Delfryn from Sarah's relatives, the Parry's in 1978
Attached are some Ordnance Survey maps from the original 1870's County Series up to the 1960's showing Coetia Mawr, the Llyn y Mawn (my family pub in the late 90's and noughties) and the location of Coetia Bach/ Delfryn.
Not much seems to have occurred in those 100 years in Brynford !

We've  also got a number of interesting documents associated with this including the auction of the Holywell Estate in 1919.

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Re: Translation of Coetia **complete**
« Reply #29 on: Thursday 13 May 21 12:33 BST (UK) »
Here is an extract of the Auction Lots from the Holywell Estate, listing Coetia Mawr, and Coetia Mawr Bach :)