Many thanks again! I see that Ellyw (or “Elieu”) was a son of our mutual ancestor Brychan, Prince of Brycheiniog, who ruled from Talgarth in the fifth century. Llan Ellyw is grade one listed and Llanelieu Court is grade II listed. It has initials of William and Richard Aubrey and inscriptions from Virgil’s Eclogues and Ovid’s Heroides.
Sent: 06/04/2017 18:38:04 GMT Daylight Time
As promised I attach a photo of the Awbrey grave outside Llanelieu Church and, in addition, a view I took of Llanelieu Court. The date given there for the entrance is 1676.