"LLANBEDR-Y-CENNIN, a parish in the hundred of Isaf, county Carnarvon, 5 miles S. of Conway, its post town, and 6 N.W. of Llanrwst. It is situated on the W. bank of the river Conway, and includes the townships of Aidda, Dol-y-Garrog, Llanbedr, and Tal-y-Cafnd; at the latter place there is a ferry. Many of the people are employed in the mines obtaining copper ore. The living is a rectory* in the diocese of Bangor, value with the vicarage of Caerhun annexed, £289, in the patronage of the bishop. The church is dedicated to St. Peter. The parochial endowments realise about £44 per annum. There are remains of an ancient British camp. A fair is held on the 3rd October."
"ARDDA, a township in the township of Dol-y-Garrog, and parish of Llanbedr-y-Cennin, in the hundred of Isaf, county of Carnarvon, North Wales, 4 miles to the N.W. of Llanrwst."
"DOL-Y-GARROG, a township in the parish of Llanbedr-y-Cennin, in the county of Carnarvon, 7 miles S. of Conway. It is pleasantly situated on the river Conway, and contains the hamlet of Ardda."
"DOLGARROG, a township in the parish of Llanbedr-y-Cennin, in the county of Carnarvon, 7½ miles from Conway. It is situated on the river Afon-ddu, which rises in Llyn Cwlyd, a long, narrow sheet of water about 4 miles up the mountains."
"TAL-Y-CAFND, a township in the parish of Llanbedr-y-Cennin, county Carnarvon, 3 miles S. of Conway. It is a station on the Conway and Llanrwst branch of the Chester and Holyhead railway. It is situated at the ferry over the river Conway to Eglwys Bach."