Conjuror the Farmer, and the Cattle, Conjurors, Magicians, Wizards in Welsh folklore and mythology, a tale from Llansilin Wales
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Category: Conjurors, Magicians, Wizards
Sub Category: Shon Gyfarwydd
Title: Conjuror the Farmer, and the Cattle

R. H., a farmer in Llansilin parish, who lost several head of cattle, sent or went to Shon Gyfarwydd, who lived in Llanbrynmair. He was a well-known conjuror and R H asked for information concerning the death of his cattle and for a charm against further loss.  Both were obtained and the charm worked so well that the grateful farmer sent a letter to Shon acknowledging the benefit he had derived from him.| This Shon was a great terror to thieves, for he was able to spot them and mark them in such a way that they were known to be culprits. 

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