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This article is entirely wrong, it conflates two completely separate Saints, St. Tathan appears to be a female saint associated with Glamorgan, entirely unconnected with the more-famous male saint from Caerwent, St. Tatheus (more commonly known as Tathyw).
Yeah I noticed it was a bit weird swapping genders. How about you sort it out? I'm happy to contribute the corrections too.Drowz0r (talk) 19:36, 1 March 2017 (UTC)