|Place:||Llandanwg||Grid Ref:||SH 5680 2830 (GB)|
|County:||Merionethshire (Meirionnydd) , Wales||Saint(s):||none|
Drinkwater/1893, 188--89: `Llandanwg church lies upon the sea-shore, about two miles and a half south of Harlech. It has lately been roofed, after having been roofless for many years, and exposed to the fury of the elements. It is of one piece, and measures about 17 yards in length by 5 in breadth. … Under the window in the north wall near the rood loft is a stone cill (slate) in which, in ancient characters, is the imperfect inscription, EQUESTRI NOMINE. … The drifting sands have filled up the churchyard already to the top of the south windows, and will in a few years bury the church altogether. The yard is still used for interments'.