|Place:||Llandawke||Grid Ref:||SN 2820 1120 (GB)|
|County:||Carmarthenshire (Caerfyrddin) , Wales||Saint(s):||none|
Thomas/1994, 99--100: `Llandawke churchyard is a mile and a bit north of Coygan Camp. Barrivendi...may have been the part-time reoccupant of the Coygan fortlet...and recipient of the odd imported gift from a greater lord not long before his death. His memorial was erected either by his inland home; or in the first (or the chief) Christian burial-ground in the vicinity'.
Treherne/1907, 278: `generally speaking the building [the church] may well be of late- fourteenth-century...the font seems to me to be of older date than the church'. Treherne goes on to suggest that the church was built by Sir Guy de Bryan for his niece in the late fourteenth century.