Llangynfelyn (click on photograph to bring up bigger/better version).

llangynfelyn llangynfelyn  The well in the graveyard to the rear of the church.

Grid Ref: SN 646922.

"Ffynnon Gynfelin. In Llangynfelin churchyard: people bathed their feet there, and also carried water away in bottles for use as medicine". Folk-Lore of West and Mid-Wales, J.C.Davies, 1911.

For medical purposes, the "water was to be carried in silence, by night, and the container was not to be placed down until it reached the bedside". The Holy Wells of Wales, Francis Jones.