The woman came from Bran.
The woman came to Bran.
The stag came from the tree.
The stag came to the tree.
The ship came from the king's realm.
The ship came to the king's realm.
(Since the ship isn't likely to come from "inside" the region, yn is less likely.)
The knight came from the road.
The knight came to the road.
("yn" because a road is something you can be located in)
The ring came from the man.
The ring came to the man.
He came from Gwynedd.
He came to Gwynedd.
The boy came from Ireland.
The boy came to Ireland.
The cat came from the lord's court.
The cat came (in)to the lord's court.
(Here I would expect to see "yn" because it is the fact of being in the court that is relevant.)
Angharad came from Fountain Rock (i.e., the rock of the fountain).
Angharad came to Fountain Rock.
The servant came from the horse.
The servant came to the horse.
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