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Capel Llanmihangel, Chapel Site, Mudlescwm

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Map ReferenceSN40NW
Grid ReferenceSN4191006250
Unitary (Local) AuthorityCarmarthenshire
Old CountyCarmarthenshire
Type Of SiteCHURCH
Capel Mihangel is mentioned in documents of 1505. Its remains are thought to have been visible in 1836, and the chapel is thought to have been situated in the south-west corner of the field known as 'Y Maenllwyd Fawr'. 'Y Maenllwyd Fawr' is thought to be located some 140m to the south-east of Ffynnon Mihangel (NPRN 32247) (although sources differ, see NPRN 419). The site was visited by RCAHMW staff in 1914. A dressed stone used as a step at Mudlescwm farm was noted to have been a window sill from the chapel. Measurements of the stone are given as 54in x 15in. A further fragment of dressed stonework may also have been prerserved at Mudlescwm farm.

N Vousden, RCAHMW, 17 September 2012