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Llanddaniel - Fab - Agy 23

St Deiniol Fab Church

St Deiniol's Church, Llanddaniel Fab, is a small 19th-century parish church .The first church in this location is said to have been established by St Deiniol Fab (to whom the church is dedicated) in 616. He was the son of St Deiniol, the first Bishop of Bangor. The current building incorporates some material and fittings from an earlier church on the site, including the font and an 18th-century memorial in the porch. The vestry door has medieval jambs and the keystone of its arch, which is also medieval, is a carved human face. Some parts of the nave walls may also come from a previous building here. The church is no longer used for worship, and is now in private hands . It is a Grade II listed building.

Memorial Inscriptions

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