Evan ANWYL of Llugwy, Esq.
(Abt 1680-1722)
Evan RICHARD of Penmaen
Evan ANWYL of Llugwy & Penmaen
Margaret EVAN
Thomas ANWYL of Dyffryn gwyn
(Abt 1764-1847)


Family Links

1. Elizabeth LEWIS

2. Anne LLOYD, widow

Thomas ANWYL of Dyffryn gwyn

  • Born: Abt 1764, Penmaen, Towyn, Merioneth, Wales
  • Married (1): 11 Jan 1800, Towyn, Merioneth, Wales 1
  • Married (2): 11 Jun 1805, Towyn, Merioneth, Wales 2
  • Died: 20 May 1847, Dyffryn gwyn, Towyn, Merioneth, Wales 4
  • Buried: 24 May 1847, Pennal, Merioneth, Wales 3

  Research Notes:

Named as a beneficiary & Trustee in the Will of his brother William Anwyl of Cwmerau (1803)

Thomas and his brother Evan were granted Administration of the personal estate of their brother John Anwyl on 28 Apr 1835.


In 1841 Thomas Anwyl, aged about 70, farmer, was living in Dyffryn gwyn in Towyn, Merioneth. Present were children Evan (40), Elizabeth (30), Ann (30), Mary (20)


Thomas Anwyl of Dyffryn gwyn in the parish of Towyn died aged 83 years (burial record)


Abstract of the Will of Thomas Anwyl of Dyffryn gwyn in the Parish of Towyn in the County of Merioneth, Tanner, written 22 Feb 1842, Codicil 30 Apr 1847, proved 12 Aug 1847.

Gives & bequeaths £100 each to his daughters Elizabeth, Ann and Mary.

Gives & bequeaths £30 to his grandson Thomas Anwyl Smith son of his late daughter Margaret the late wife of John Smith of or late of Rhiwabon in county Denbigh, joiner. And in default of his dying before his 21st year, he gives & bequeaths the same to his said daughters Elizabeth, Ann & Mary.

Gives & bequeaths to his said three daughters 3 tables, 9 chairs, fender, cupboard and its contents, mantlepiece ornaments, 3 feather beds, 3 pillows, a chest of drawers, linnen chest, 3 quilts, 3 pair of blanket, 1 looking glass, 1 wash hand stand, 1 clock, 1 dresser and plates, dishes, coppers and tin fire things, share & share alike.

All the rest & residue of his personal estate he gives & bequeaths to his son Evan Anwyl, whom he ordain, nominates, constitutes & appoints sole executor of his last will and testament.


Witnesses: Hugh Lloyd, minister, Towyn; Thomas? Edwards of Towyn, writer


Gives & bequeaths to his daughter Elizabeth Anwyl a wardrobe and bed which were bought at the sale of the goods of the late Mrs Hughes of Aberdovey.

Revokes the legacies or sums of £100 he gave to his daughters Ann and Mary. Instead, he gives & bequeaths £50 to his daughter Ann the wife of John Pugh, and £40 to his daughter Mary the wife of Thomas Thomas. 4

  Marriage Information:

Thomas married Elizabeth LEWIS on 11 Jan 1800 in Towyn, Merioneth, Wales. (Elizabeth LEWIS died between 1800 and 1805.)

  Marriage Notes:

Marriage Bond: 10 Dec 1799, Thomas Anwyl, bach., skinner, of Tywyn, Merioneth, to Elizabeth Lewis, sp., of Tywyn, Merioneth (Bangor A 32/183 )


Thomas Anwyl of this Parish, bachelor, and Elizabeth Lewis of this Parish, spinster

Married by Licence

Witnesses: Morris Anwyl, John Daniel

  Marriage Information:

Thomas also married Anne LLOYD, widow, on 11 Jun 1805 in Towyn, Merioneth, Wales. (Anne LLOYD was born about 1777 and was buried on 6 Dec 1831 in Towyn, Merioneth, Wales, aged 54 years.)

  Marriage Notes:

Marriage Bond: 1 May 1805, Thomas Anwyl, wid., farmer, of Tywyn, Merioneth, to Ann Lloyd, wid., of Tywyn, Merioneth. Married at Tywyn (Bangor A 38/60 ).


Thomas Lloyd of this Parish, widower, and Anne Lloyd of this Parish, widow

Married by Licence

Witnesses: Rees Jones, John Roberts


1 Towyn Parish Registers, Marriages, p. 123, no. 360.

2 Ibid., Marriages, p. 141, no. 416.

3 Pennal Parish Registers, Burials, p. 70, no. 554.

4 B / 1847 / 236 / W (i), Bangor Probate Records, held at the National Library of Wales.

Home | Table of Contents | Surnames | Name List

This Web Site was Created 30 Nov 2015 with Legacy 4.0 from Millennia