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Carreg Heilyn

0023 Dyserth Church, with Carreg Heilyn Lane in the background
0145 Bryn Afon, Carreg Heilin Lane, 1942
0179 Dyserth Church & New Churchyard.
Houses on Carreg Heilyn Lane in the background.
0362 Carreg Heilyn Lane. Rose Marie cottage
0432 Dyserth Church and Grounds.
The houses on the right are on Carreg Heilyn Lane.
1051 Rose Marie Cottage on Carreg Heilin (Sometimes spelled Heilyn) Lane. c1900. William & Sarah Hughes with one of their 6 children. From 1800 to 1817 Chapel services were held there – There is a short article about that in the Dyserth Chapels section (Bethel). Until 1897 it was a Post Office (I don’t know when it started as Post Office though)
1152 Village Tip taken from the top of Graig Bach mid 1960s.
The lime kiln at Dyserth Quarry can be seen in the background. Carreg Heilyn Lane runs across the top side of the tip, behind the shed. There are still gates to the area in Carreg Heilyn Lane.
1203 Rose Marie
Rosemarie, Rosemary or Rhos Mari, on Carreg Heilin Lane
1209 Old caravan alongside Rosemarie
or Rose Marie. L to R:- Ann Green, Ann Weighill nee Thomas, Mable Myfanwy Green (mother of Ann Green).
1211 Les & Ann Weighill (nee Thomas) at the back door of either Rosemary (Rosemarie, Rose Marie) or Tyn y Pistyll.
Chimney on Carreg Heilin, c1980 - or possibly earlier
Tyn y Pistyll, Carreg Heilin Lane, Site of Gargoyle 1980s
Tyn y Pistyll 1980s with possibly Lucy Davies
What Lucy Davies referred to as a Gargoyle, at Tyn y Pistyll, 1980s
The old tip on Carreg Heilin Lane, 1963. From Barry Hamilton
Rhos Mari 1910 & 1936
Rhos Mari 1910