CPAT Regional Sites & Monuments Record

PRN 26733 - Pennant Pandy

NGR :- SN879975 (SN89NE)
Unitary authority :- Powys
Community :- Llanbrynmair
Prefered site type :- Post Medieval - Woollen mill (Building - Damaged )

Former woollen mill now converted into a house (Houghton-Browne, A 1977).

Pandy 'r Pennant is now a house just above the confluence of Afon Fachdre and Afon Twymyn. The pandy must have drawn its water from the Afon Fachdre. It had ceased work as a pandy by at least the mid nineteenth century. It is mentioned by Richard Williams in his 'History of Llanbryn-mair' as 'Pandy', owned by Sir John Conroy and occupied by A.P. Howell (R.Williams, Montgomeryshire Collections 19 (1886), 111).(Barton P.G,1999,53).

Sources:-
Barton, P G , 1999 , "A history and conspectus of Montgomeryshire water corn mills ", The Montgomeryshire Collections 87 , 53 .
Houghton-Browne, A list , 1977 , ,

record created 16/01/96 , last updated 16/08/00
The above data are supplied by CPAT in partnership with its Local Authorities and the partners of END, İ CPAT SMR partnership, 2003 (and in part İ Crown, 2003)



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