The first house at Plas Isaf was 13th century, according to Exploring North Wales.
John Manners Kerr
came here through his 1814 marriage to Margaret Davies.
[1824 deed] shows Kerr is of "Plas Issa, Llangar, Merioneth".
Margaret Davies died here 1825 and was buried at Llangar church nearby.
John Manners Kerr was still living here in 1838.
He sold it to Vaughan.
Kerr was gone by 1841.
is now a wedding and party venue.
The venue is the renovated barn.
As a result, Plas Isaf is lavishly photographed by wedding photographers.
The garden (E) side.
Photo 2012. From Marie Lloyd Photography.
John Manners Kerr's 2nd wife Margaret Davies was buried at Llangar church in 1825.
The church is no longer used.
The monuments inside Llangar Church were relocated to the new church at Cynwyd nearby.
The graves outside survive.
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