"LLANEGRYN, a parish in the hundred of Talybont, county Merioneth, 7 miles N. W. of Aberdovey, and 10 S.W. of Dolgelly. It is situated in the valley of the Dysynni, near the coast of the Irish Sea. The parish is bounded on the W. by Cardigan Bay, and on the E. by the river Dysynni. It contains the townships of Peniarth and Rhydyrhiw. The neighbourhood abounds with hills, and from several points are obtained good views of Cadr Idris. Slate is obtained here. This was an old seat of the Wynne family. The living is a perpetual curacy in the diocese of Bangor, value £82. The church is dedicated to St. Egryn. It contains a rood-loft, said to have been brought from Cymmer Abbey, a curious Norman font, and several monuments to the Owen family. There is an endowed school (Owen's) with an annual income of £105."
"LLWYN, a village in the parish of Llanegryn, county Merioneth, 3 miles N. of Towyn; also a seat of the same name near Dolgelly."
"PENIARTH, a township in the parish of Llanegryn, county Merioneth, 4 miles N.E. of Towyn. It is situated on the river Disynwy, and includes the hamlet of Llwyn."
"RHYDYRHIW, a township in the parish of Llanegryn, county Merioneth, 3 miles N. of Towyn. It is situated at a ford on the river Dysynni."