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Dissent in the Counties of Glamorgan and Monmouth

Hywel D Emanuel, National Library of Wales journal, 1955, Winter. Volume IX/2

Extracted onto the pages of GENUKI with the kind permission of the National Library of Wales

This is a complete extract of this article by Gareth Hicks, Dec 2002.


(For an explanation of the arrangement of the following entries, see first part)

Michaelston-super-Avon.

1827, March 14; Protestant (endorsed: Calvinistic Methodist); a meeting-house called Capel Newydd; William Rees of that parish, farmer; No. 483. (Endorsed: Received 1827, March 15).

1839, March 18; Protestant (endorsed: Independent); a chapel called Tabernacle situated Cumbychan; Richard Thomas of that parish, farmer; No. 484

1839, June 25; Independent; a building called The Rock and Fountain; John Griffiths of that parish; No. 485.

Michaelstone-y-Vedw.

1771, February 5 ; Baptist; the house of Evan Phillips; Evan Davies, Isaac Thomas, [Benjamin Thomas], a dissenting congregation called Baptist assembling together in the parish of Bassaleg; No. 486. [The lower portion of this petition is missing.]

1822, January 28; Baptist; the dwelling-house of Henry Jones, tiler, called Ty-cae-shringrig, being part of the estate of Sir Charles Morgan; the said Henry Jones, Thomas Thomas, Evan Llewellyn, William David; No. 487. (Endorsed: 1822, January 31.)

Michel-Troy.

1817, January 5; Baptist; the dwelling-house of Thomas Parry, farmer, the property of Mrs. Catherine Evans of Bath; the said Thomas Parry, J. P. Wilson of Monmouth, Thomas Wright; No. 488. (Endorsed: Received 1816, January 14.)

1844, December 6: Wesleyan Methodist; the Wesleyan Chapel; Henry V. Olver of Monmouth; No. 489. (Endorsed: Certificate granted 1844, December 30.)

Monmouth.

1820, September 12; Wesleyan Methodist; a house in St. Thomas Street occupied by William Jenkins, shoemaker; Hugh Carter [Carter], Wesleyan Minister, the said William Jenkins; No. 490. (Endorsed: 1820, September 21.)

Mynyddyslwyn.

1782, May 11; Baptist; the house commonly called Twyn-Gwyn; Maurice Jones, John Richard, William Elias, David Hughes, Thomas Edward, John Lawrance, Rees Lawrance, Edmund Lewis; No. 491. (Endorsed: Registered 1782, July 11.)

1806, April 26; Independent; the dwelling-house of Thomas Lewis known by the name of Tyllwyd; David Thomas, Thomas Waters, Henry Jones; No. 492. (Endorsed: Registered the same day.)

1808, January 12; Independent; the dwelling-house of Gwenllian Jones; W. James, Edward Jones, Edward Edwards; No. 493. (Endorsed: 1808, April 12.)

1811, May 23; Baptist; a chapel to be called Beulah; John Evans, Minister, Morgan Watters and William Gilbert, deacons, James Mark, Andrew Williams, Lancilott Wild, John Williams, part for the whole congregation; No. 494. (Endorsed: Registered 1811, May 29.)

1812, June 5; Independent; the dwelling-house of John Williams called New-mill; Edward Phillip, Minister, F. W. Humphreys, Edmund Mathews, Henry Jones, Henry Edmunds, Daniel Maxcey, Edmund Williams; No. 495 (Endorsed: Registered 1812, June 13.)

1812, September 12; Particular Baptist; the house of Joseph James called Cross Pen Main; the said Joseph James, James Perrott, Minister, John Evans; No. 496. (Endorsed: Registered 1813, January 18.)

1814, April 15; Protestant; a certain meeting-house called Gelly-Groes Chapel; Edmund Mathews of that parish, farmer; No. 497. (Endorsed: Registered 1814, May 2.)

1817, April 28; Protestant; the dwelling-house of Richard Perkins, junior, esquire, at Penmain; the said Richard Perkins; No. 498. (Endorsed: Received 1817, April 20.)

1819, July 31; Baptist; a certain building and farm called Penyvan in the occupation of David Davies, occupier and landlord of the same; the said David Davies; No. 499. (Endorsed: 1819, August 2.)

1820, June 22; Wesleyan Methodist; a house belonging to Thomas Edwards, esquire, Gellyhave Colliery; John Coates of Cardiff, Wesleyan Minister; No. 500. (Endorsed: 1820, July 20.)

1834, February 15; Protestant; a chapel called Y Babell or The Tabernacle; Morgan Thomas of that parish, yeoman; No. 501. (Endorsed: Received 1834, February 17.)

1840, August 21; Calvinistic Methodist; a meeting-house called Gellygroes Chapel; Henry Jones of that parish, farmer; No. 502. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1840, August 14.)

Nantyglo, parish of Aberystruth.

1826, February 15; Wesleyan Methodist; a chapel lately built; Theodore Jones, Joseph Wichman, William Kingscott; No. 503. (Endorsed: Granted 1826, March 13.)

Nash.

1800, October 15; Calvinistic Methodist; a house in the possession of Adam Williams called Chapel House; Edmund Lewis, Thomas Bevan, Isaac Bevan, Edward Tamplin; No. 504

1823, April 8; Baptist; a new building or chapel called Betharam; Robert Pritchard, William Jones, Evan Llewellyn, Thomas Edwards, No. 505. (Endorsed: Received 1823, April 18.)

Neath.

1799, February 15; Protestant; a building situated at the lower end of a street called Hewl y Green; W. Davies, Thomas Bowen, Minister, Evan Hopkin; No. 506.

1799, February 15; Protestant; the dwelling-house of Watkin Watkin called Ton y gregos; W. Davies, Evan Hopkin, the said Watkin Watkin; No. 507.

1799, March 11 ; Presbyterian; a house in the possession of Rees Rees situated in Wind Street in the town of Neath, and another house in the possession of Phillip Lawrence situated in the parish of Cadoxton-iuxta-Neath; William David, Edward Thomas, David Howell, John David, David Thomas, the said Rees Rees and Phillip Lawrence; No. 508. (Endorsed: Licensed 1799, March 14.)

1799, March 26; Independent; (i) a house in the occupation of John Anthony in Water Street, (ii) a house in the occupation of Edmund Lewis in Water Street; W. Davies, Evan Hopkin, Thomas Bowen ; No. 409. (See also sub Llantwit-iuxta-Neath.)

1799, November 25; Independent; a dwelling-house called Western-Moor House occupied by James Reynold; Thomas Bowen, W. Davies, Evan Hopkin; No. 509.

Undated (endorsed: 1800, June 2); Presbyterian; a house in the possession of Lewis Herbert; the said Lewis Herbert, Rees Rees, John Davies; No. 510.

1810, October 24; Baptist; a meeting-house called Bethany; John George, Minister, John David, Thomas Daniel, David Thomas, Richard Daniel, part for the whole; No. 511. (Endorsed Registered 1810, November 26.)

1826, August 9; Independent; a store-house called Zoar situated in Lat Street; Benjamin Daniel of Brin Coch in the parish of Cadoxton-iuxta-Neath; No. 512. (Endorsed: Received the same day.)

1830, April 4; Independent; a building called Zoar; Daniel Griffith of Neath, Minister of the Gospel; No. 513. (Endorsed 1830, May 4.)

1840, July 25; Particular Baptist; a room called the Babell situated in James Street; Titus Jones of the town of Neath; No. 514. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1840, August 4.)

1841, May 12; Particular Baptist; a house called Tabernacle situated in Water Street; Titus Jones of the town of Neath; No. 515. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1841, May 22.)

1850, March 12; Latter-Day Saints; a house called Latter-Day Saints' Meeting-House in Wind Street; William Harries of that parish; No. 516. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1850, March 14.)

Neath Abbey, parish of Cadoxton-iuxta-Neath.

1826, August 18; Independent; a dwelling-house called The Branch; David Jones of Neath Abbey; No. 517. (Endorsed: Received 1826, August 20.)

Newbridge, co. Glamorgan.

1848, December 20; Latter-Day Saints; a hall situated over the Market Hall; John Philips of the parish of Eglwys Eilien; No. 518.

Newcastle (Bridgend).

1806, September 2; Calvinist; a barn-house in the holding of Thomas Austin, farmer; Thomas Edward, Griffith Thomas, Jenkin Griffith, Rees David, Edward David, Thomas Martin; No. 519.

1808, March 6; Baptist; a house called Rhuama; David Richard and David Evans, Ministers, Bartholomus and Morgan Thomas, deacons, John Waltars, William Edward; No. 520. (Endorsed: Registered 1808, March 11.)

1843, May 20; Wesleyan Methodist; a new chapel; Philip Price of Bridgend, gentleman; No. 521. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1843, May 30.)

Newchurch (East).

1802, January 5; Protestant; the dwelling-house of John Crocket; the said John Crocket, John Guthrie, Thomas Mellard; No 522. (Endorsed : Certified 1802, January 19)

Newchurch (West).

1802, January 6; Protestant; the dwelling-house of Charles Williams; John Sydserff, Jacob Latimer, George Waltars, Charles Williams, John Lewis; No. 523. (Endorsed: Certified 1802, January 19.)

Newchurch (East).

1816, April 7; Independent; a house called Vedow occupied by William Daniel, farmer; the Reverend David Thomas, William Daniel, William Thomas, George Crocket, Henry Morgan, James Rees; No. 524. (Endorsed: Registered 1816, June 28.)

Newchurch.

1825, April 19; Wesleyan; a meeting-house situated at the Glynn; William Woolsey of Chepstow, Wesleyan Minister; No. 525. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1825, June 7.)

1826, July 18; Protestant (endorsed: Bryanite); a dwelling in the occupation of James Madley, senior; William Hill, Thomas Jones, William Watkins, James Reese; No. 526. (Endorsed: Received 1826, July 19.)

1841, March 12; Independent; a house called Wentwood's Mill, the property and residence of William Price; David Thomas, William Price, George Thomas, John Evans; No. 527. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1841, March 19.)

Newport.

1802, January 10; Protestant; a room in a house of William Morgan; John Thomas, William Brewer, William Foster, William Thomas, John Williams; No. 528. (Endorsed: Certified 1802, January 19.)

1807, February 20; Protestant; the house of John Howe; James Edmunds, Minister, Jonathan David, Edward Edmunds; No. 529. (Endorsed: Certified 1807, February 28.)

Undated (endorsed: 1807, August 11); Independent; a room joining to the dwelling-house of Thomas Walters; Ant. Dixon, Minister, Thomas Waters, John Rowe, William Thomas, Edward Frost(?), John Thomas, John Frost(?), Edward Edmonds: No. 530

1807, August 15; Wesleyan; the dwelling-house of Elizabeth William; William Cox, Minister, Edward Frost, Benjamin Thomas, Edward Edmonds; No. 531. (Endorsed: Registered 1807, August 17.)

1810, February 9; Wesleyan Methodist; the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel of which Joseph Harrison, William Williams, Thomas Williams and others are trustees; William Woodall, Minister, and the three trustees named; No. 532. (Endorsed: Registered 1810, March 8.)

1811, October 5; Calvinistic Methodist; a house called Bethlehem; John Rees, Minister, Henry Evans, David Lewis, Thomas Powell, Henrey Jones, Rees Morgan, Daniel Daniels; No. 533. (Endorsed: Registered 1811, October 17.)

1813, April 10; Particular Baptist; a room called Bethany situated in Charles Street; James Edmunds and Thomas Lewis, Ministers, William Williams, John Moses, William Griffith, Robert Gibbs; No. 534. (Endorsed: Registered 1813, April 13.)

1817, June 21; Particular Baptist; a house lately built, situated in Charles Street and called the Baptist Chapel; John Hier, Minister, William Williams, John Francis, William Powell, John Hary, Daniel Tombs, William Tombs; No. 535. (Endorsed: Received 1817, June 28.)

1827, -(endorsed: Received 1827, May 24); Protestant (endorsed: Wesleyan); a chapel erected in the parish of St. Woollos and intended forthwith to be used as a place of religious Worship for seamen of the ports of Newport and Pillgwenlly, and other persons; John Armitage, Minister of the Gospel, Thomas Turner and George Jeffery, householders; No. 536.

1828, April 26; Particular Baptist; a building called the Freemasons' Hall, situated in High Street; Evan Morgan, Isaac Davies, John Prosser; No. 537. (Endorsed: Received 1828, May 2.)

1829, July 28; Particular Baptist; a building situated in Commercial Street; Thomas Davies, Dissenting Minister, David Phillips, Dissenting Minister, Caerleon; No. 538. (Endorsed: 1829, July 31.)

1834, August 18; Calvinistic Independent (endorsed: Calvinistic); a house used as a schoolroom; John Thomas, shopkeeper; No. 539. (Endorsed: Received 1834, August 18.)

1835, November 14; Independent; a new meeting-house situated in Hill Street and called Mount Zion; Edward Hopkins and John Jones, elders, John Thomas and John Lewis, deacons, Thomas Watkins, Griffith Jones; No. 540. (Endorsed: 1835, November 16.)

1840, March 16; Particular Baptist; a new meeting-house situated in King Street and called the Particular Baptist Room; William Davies, Thomas Wilks, and Charlotte Davies, elders, George Williams, William Pinnell Westbury, John Powell, James Edmunds, William Davies, No. 541. (Endorsed: Dated 1840, March 18.)

1840, April 23; Welsh Calvinistic Methodist; a meeting-house called Ebenezer; Morgan Howells, Minister of the Gospel; No. 542. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1840, April 23.)

1840, July 23; Wesleyan Methodist; a chapel situated in Commercial Street and called The Wesleyan Methodist Chapel; William Williams, Thomas Graham, David Davis, Thomas Webb; No. 543. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1840, July 24.)

1844, January 20; Baptist; a new building called the Baptist Temple situated in the Commercial Road; Thomas Morris, Baptist Minister, William Jenkins, David Edmunds; No. 544. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1844, February 9.)

1848, March 14; Latter-Day Saints; a hall belonging to and adjoining the Sunderland House Inn situated in Llanarth Street; William Jenkins of Cardiff; No. 545. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1848, March 14.)

Newton Nottage.

1808, June 4; Independent; a house called Bethel situated in the lower town of Newton Nottage; William Williams, Minister, Howell Evan, Lleision Harding, Rosser David, Edward Thomas; No. 546.

1840, November 24; Independent; a building called Hope Chapel; Herbert Herbert, Minister of the Gospel; No. 547.

Oldcastle.

1802, March 25; Protestant; the dwelling-house of John Griffiths; the said John Griffiths, Thomas Foxall, Thomas Spencer, John Sydserff; No. 548. (Endorsed: Certified [1802], April 13.)

Panteg.

1759, August 5; Independent; a house called the Hall; William Williams, William George, Rees Williams, Harry Morgan; No. 549. (Endorsed: Registered 1760, November 20.)

1813, November 8; Methodist; the house of Thomas Leek; Thomas Twiddy, John Williams, James Corns, William Harris, William Parry, Joseph Corns; No. 550. (Endorsed: Registered 1813, November 24?.)

Penallt.

1802, April 7; Protestant; the dwelling-house of John Knight; William Williams, John Sydserff, the said John Knight, William Maclow; No. 551. (Endorsed: Certified [1802, April] I3.)

1819, February 6; Baptist; the dwelling-house of George Woodward, cordwainer, being the property of George Evans of Monmouth; the said George Woodward, Thomas Wright; No. 552. (Endorsed: Received 1819, February 11). [Addressed to: Mr. T. Hopkins, hop-merchant, Angel Street, Cardiff.]

1820, January 21; Baptist; the dwelling-house of David Box, blacksmith; the said David Box, Thomas Wright; No. 553. (Endorsed: 1820, January 22.)

1820, January 22; Baptist; a building called Bethel; Thomas Wright, Dissenting Minister of the town of Monmouth, a trustee of the said building, William Jones, Thomas Thomas; No. 554.

Penarth.

1819, September 29; Baptist; the dwelling-house of Thomas Phillip, farmer, being part of the estate of the Earl of Plymouth; the said Thomas Phillip, David Evans, Minister, William Edward, William Lewis; No. 555. (Endorsed: 1819, October I.)

Pendoylan.

1815, January 9; Calvinist; a building called Cefanlliys; Richard Watkin, labourer, Evan Morgan: No. 556. (Endorsed: Received 1815, January 9.)

1820, January 3; Independent; a house called Clawdd Coch; William Thomas, Edward Philip, John Thomos, William John, William Thomos, Thomas David; No. 557. (Endorsed: 1820, January 6.)

Penhow.

1812, February 3; Independent; the dwelling-house of Isaac Bevan called Bowdens; Edward Coslett, Minister, the said Isaac Bevan, Edward Tamplin, William Morgan, Edward Morgan, Theofelus Williams, William Bevan, David Richards; No. 558. (Endorsed: Registered 1812, February 6.)

1812, February 3; Independent; the dwelling-house of Thomas Reese called Chappel; Joseph Price, Minister, Edward Morgan, Thomas Lewis, George Reese, Kofin(?) Williams, William Reese, Richard Dowler, David Richard; No. 559. (Endorsed: Registered 1812, February 6.)

1812, February 3; Independent; the dwelling-house of William Morgan called Chapel; John Davis, Minister, William Morgan, Thomas Leonard, John S[t]ephen, Edward Morgan, Isaac Diger(?), Phillip Prichard, Richard Mathews; No. 560. (Endorsed: Registered 1812, February 6.)

Penlline.

1831, October 5; Protestant; a chapel called Nebo; David Reynolds, cordwainer; No. 561.

Penmark.

1797, February 18; Independent; the dwelling-house of Thomas Williams situated in the village of Burton; John Williams, Thomas Williams, David Richard, David Thomas, Roger Jones, Owen Thomas; No. 562. (Endorsed: Registered the same day.)

1807, May 16; Independent; the dwelling-house of Owen Thomas situated in the village of Nurstone; Thomas Williem, Minister, David Owen, Thomas Raccliff, David Richard, Samuel Humphrey, Owen Thomas, John Humphrey, William Harry; No. 563. (Endorsed: Registered 1807, May 18.)

1811, January 24; Methodist; the house of Edward Williams called the Tabernacle situated in Aberthaw; William Thomas, Minister, John David, John Jones, Howel William; No. 564. (Endorsed: Registered 1811, January 26.)

1813, November 20; Protestant (endorsed: Wesleyan); a building called the Tabernacle situated at Aberthaw; Christopher Ballard of the parish of Llancarvan, husbandman; No. 565. (Endorsed: Registered 1813, November 20.)

1813, November 23; Protestant (endorsed : Welsh Methodist); the dwelling-house occupied by Evan David, husbandman, situated at Rhoose, being the property of Walter Browne of the city of Bristol, esquire, solicitor; the said Evan David; No. 566. (Endorsed: Registered 1813, November 23.)

1821, August 28; Baptist; the dwelling-house of Mary Alice Powell of Aberthaw, schoolmistress, being the property of Robert Jones, esquire, and situated in the village of Aberthaw; the said Mary Alice Powell, Thomas Jones, David Edwards; No. 567. (Endorsed: 1821, September 7.)

1824, April 21; Independent; a dwelling-house, being a part of the estate of John Kymmis Tent, esquire, at Nurston; Thomas Williams, Minister, John Humphrey, Samuel Humphrey, Owain Thomas, Thomas Ratcliff; No. 568.

1827, April 3; Protestant (endorsed: Welsh Methodist); the dwelling-house occupied by Christopher Ballard, shopkeeper, being the property of Robert Jones, esquire; the said Christopher Ballard; No. 569. (Endorsed: Received 1827, April 3.)

1832, October 5; Protestant; a chapel called Sardis Chapel; Christopher Ballard, shopkeeper; No. 570. (Endorsed : 1832, October 25.)

1843, May 11; Protestant (endorsed: Baptist); a dwelling-house situated at Rhoose in the occupation of Thomas Edwards, labourer; Morgan Morgans, farmer, Bassett E. Thomas, Griffith Price; No. 571. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1843, May 13.)

Penrhos.

Undated (endorsed: Granted 1804, August 1); Baptist; the dwelling-house of Edward James; the said Edward James, John Phillips, James Jones; No. 572.

1818, July 13; Baptist; the dwelling-house of Marmaduke Jones, schoolmaster; the said Marmaduke Jones, James Jones, Thomas Powell, William Lewis, John Jones; No. 573.

Penterry.

1826, July 13; Protestant (endorsed: Bryanite); a dwelling in the occupation of John Moxley; John Parkyn, junior, Minister, William Lane, James Reece, John Phillips; No. 574. (Endorsed: Received 1826, July 19.)

1828, May 14; Protestant (endorsed: Arminians); a house belonging to James Reece and occupied by James Moxley; Charles Blake of the hamlet of Porthcassegg in the parish of St. Arvans, John Moxley, Edmond Reece; No. 575. (Endorsed: Received 1828, May 22.)

Pentyrch.

1811, September 30; Independent; a house called Bryste fach; Benjamin Williams, Minister, Morgan Loyd, John Colins, John Thomas, Thomas Hopkin, John Lewis; No. 576. (Endorsed: Registered 1811, October 2.)

1821, December 8; Protestant; a room of a house called Cilynys; Griffith Hughes, Minister of the Gospel, Morgan Thomas, William Williams; No. 577. (Endorsed: 1822, January 22.)

1832, August 8; Baptist; a building formerly a barn occupied by Evan Morgan of Cevencostin as tenant under the Right Hon. Lord Dynevor; John Thomas of Llwynioli in the parish of St. Fagans, farmer, W. Jones, David Thomas; No. 578. (Endorsed: 1832, August 14.)

1838, April 28; Baptist; a new chapel called Penuel; John Thomas of Tydu in the parish of St. Fagans, farmer, William Jones, Thomas Thomas; No. 579 (Endorsed: 1838, May.)

1841, January 25; Welsh Calvinistic Methodist; a new chapel called Horeb being the property of Henry Lewis, esquire; John Thomas, farmer; No. 580. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1841, February 10.)

1841, March 1; Independent; a chapel and premises; George Pike and William Russell; No. 581. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1841, March I.)

Penydarren, parish of Merthyr Tydfil.

1847, February 4; Baptist; a building called Elim Chapel situated near Penydarren Iron Works; William Robert Davies of Gellifaelog, parish of Merthyr Tydfil, David Jones, William Jones; No. 582. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1847, June 3.)

1848, December 16; Latter-Day Saints; a hall belonging to the New Inn, Penydarren; Dan Jones; No. 583. (Endorsed. Certificate dated 1848, December 18.)

1850, January 16; Latter-Day Saints; a room adjoining the Miners' Arms; John Jones; No. 584. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1850, January 18.)

Peterstone-super-Ely.

1801, July 30; Baptist; a house called the Bower; John Tobyas, Susanna Tobyas, Edward Miles; No. 585

1843, April 20; Baptist; a dwelling or barn in the occupation of Christopher Yorarth, farmer; Thomas Thomas of the parish of St. George, Baptist Minister; William Jones, No. 586. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1843, April 26.)

Peterstone-Wentloog.

1827, June 4; Protestant; a building called Tynberllan; James Baker, farmer, Thomas Baker, Morgan Howell; No. 587. (Endorsed: Received 1827, June 4.)

Peterston-super-Montem.

1813, July 1; Presbyterian; the dwelling-house of Gwenllian Morgan of Argod Edwin; the said Gwenllian Morgan, Morgan Jones, William Thomas, Miles David, Thomas Walters; No. 588. (Endorsed: Registered 1813, July 19.)

Pillgwenlly.

1828, August 20; Protestant; a newly-erected building called Pillgwenlly Chapel; Robert B. Metcalf, one of the trustees of the said chapel; No. 589. (Endorsed: 1828, August 22.)

1841, October 27; Independent; a building of no particular name, the property of David Morgan; John Armitage of Newport, Minister of the Gospel; No. 590. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1841, November 2.)

Pontnewynydd, parish of Trevethin.

1850, July 5; Wesleyan; the Wesleyan Chapel; William Fleetwood, trustee, Hugh Carter, Minister; No. 591. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1850, July 5.)

Pontypool.

Undated (endorsed: 1800, December 23); Protestant; the house of Mrs. Allgood; Thomas Thomas, William Jayne, William Saunders, Richard Probyn, John Walter, Caleb Evans, Richard Thomas; No. 592.

1815, November 26; Wesleyan Methodist; a chapel; William Brocklehurst, William Edwards, William Harris, James Russell, David Davies, James Corns(?); No. 593. (Endorsed: Received 1815, December 13.)

1820, January 27; Methodist; a meeting-house; Henry Jones of the parish of St. Melons, Dissenting Minister; No. 594. (Endorsed: 1820, January 28.)

1835, May 27; Independent; a building called Providence Chapel, George Street; Morris Evans, a Protestant Dissenting Minister at Pontypool; No. 595.

1836, September 26; Baptist; a new chapel called Penygarn Baptist Tabernacle; William Jones of Cardiff, Baptist Minister, on behalf of the trustees of the said chapel, George Thomas, William E. Davies; No. 596. (Endorsed: 1836, September 27.)

1848, September 15; Latter-Day Saints; a hall belonging to and adjoining the George House Inn situated in George Street; William Henshaw; No. 597. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1848, September 15.)

Pontypridd.

1848, July 7; English Wesleyan; the English Wesleyan Chapel; William White Rouch of Cardiff, Wesleyan Minister; No. 598. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1848, July 7.)

Porthkerry.

1819, January 4; Baptist; the dwelling-house of Phillip Harbert, being a part of the estate of the late Sir Samuel Rumily, and called Ty Isha; the said Phillip Harbert, William Edward, David Evans, Thomas Phillip; No. 599. (Endorsed: 1819, January 7.)

Pyle and Kenfig.

1809, January 25; Independent; a house called Ty yn y Gorse; William Williams, Minister, David Howell, Morgan Lewis, Lleision Harding, William Morgan, John Roberts; No. 600, (Endorsed: 1809, January 27.)

1837, January 9; Particular Baptist; a building called Pisgah; John James of Bridgend, Minister of the Gospel and a trustee of the said building, Samuel Marks, Evan Marks; No. 601.

Radyr.

1822, May 27; Protestant; a chapel called Bethel; John Samuel of the parish of St. Fagans, miller; Nos. 602-3 (two copies.)

1838, October 18; Independent; a building called Radyr-Ucha; David Davies, Minister of the Gospel; No. 604

1844, April 4; Protestant (endorsed: Calvinistic Methodist); a meeting-house called Bethel; William Hugh, farmer; No. 605. (Endorsed: Registered 1844, May 6.)

Raglan.

1813, February 12; Particular Baptist; the house of Phillip Lewis; Micah Thomas, Evan Herbert, John Rowland, J. Wyke; No. 606. (Endorsed: Registered 1813, February 19.)

Undated (endorsed: Registered 1813, March 1); Particular Baptist; the house of Thomas Evans; Thomas Lewis, James Edmunds, the said Thomas Evans; No. 607.

1817, April 3; Protestant (endorsed: Baptist); the dwelling-house of William Williams, freeholder; the said William Williams, John Probyn, Thomas Evans; No. 608. (Endorsed: Received 1817, May 5.)

1820, October 28; Baptist; a new chapel called Ebenezer; W. Jones, Thomas Thomas, Evan Llewellyn; No. 609. (Endorsed: 1820, November 3.)

Redwick.

1829, June 20; Independent; a house occupied by Mrs. Elizabeth Edmunds; David Thomas, Pastor, Wolter Wood, Thomas Farmer; No. 610. (Endorsed: Received 1829, June 27.)

1832, June 18; Particular Baptist; a meeting-house called Salem; Thomas Leonard of the parish of Magor, Dissenting Minister, David Phillips, Caerleon; No. 611. (Endorsed: 1832, July 6.)

Rhymney, parish of Bedwellty.

1819, July 21; Independent; the dwelling-house of David Stephen called Zeion; Methusalah Jones, Minister, William Lloyd, John Davies, Isaac Williams, Henry Jones; No. 612. (Endorsed: 1819, August 6.)

1839, December 2; Protestant (endorsed: Calvinistic Methodist); a meeting-house called Ebenezar situated at Rhymney Iron Works; William Jones, tailor; No. 613. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1840, April 23.)

1839, December 2; Protestant (endorsed: Calvinistic Methodist); a meeting-house called Bethlehem situated at Rhymney Iron Works in the parish of Gelligaer; Evan Evans, 'Boaler'; No. 614. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1840, April 23.)

1841, December 8; Baptist; a new chapel called Jerusalem situated on the estate of the Rhymney Iron Company in the parish of Bedwellty; William Roberts of Rhymney Iron Works in the parish of Gelligaer, Baptist Minister, William Jones, P. Jones; No. 615. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1841, December 9.)

Risca.

1812, January 15; Independent; a house called Soar; John Rees, Minister, Thomas Evans, Henry Evans, Thomas Thomas, Edmund Mathews, William Watters; No. 616.

1819, February 12; Baptist; a building called Mount Moria; John Hier and James Edmunds, two of the trustees of the said building; No. 617. (Endorsed: Certificate granted 1819. February 15.)

Roath.

1840, August 8; Baptist; a dwelling-house being the property of Charles Croft Williams and intended for use as a schoolroom and as a place of religious worship; David Jones of Cardiff Baptist Minister, William Jones, Alice Jones; No. 618. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1840, August 8.)

Rockfield.

1829, March 23; Baptist; a house in the possession or occupation of Edward Johnson; Rees Davies, Thomas Jenkins; No. 619. (Endorsed: Received 1829, April 9.)

Rudry.

1822, February 8; Independent; a chapel called Ebenezer; Griffith Hughes, Minister, William Lewis; No. 620. (Endorsed: 1822, February 9.)

Rumney.

Undated (endorsed: Registered 1795, August 20); Independent; the dwelling-house of Lewis Thomas called Penyrheol; William James, Minister, Lewis Thomas, senior, and Lewis Thomas, junior, deacons, William Thomas; No. 351

St. Andrews.

1814, May 30; Methodist; a meeting-house called Ebenezer Chapel; William Harry, farmer; No. 621. (Endorsed: Registered 1814, May 30.)

St. Arvans.

1802, November 8; Baptist; the dwelling-house of Edward Evans; Phillip Evans, Edmund William, John Williams, William Elis; No. 622. (Endorsed: 1802, November 11.)

1826, July 13; Protestant (endorsed: Bryanite); a dwelling-house in the hamlet of Porthcassegg in the occupation of George Moxley; John Parkyn, junior, Minister, the said George Moxley, George Hopking, Edmund Jones, Thomas Dodds; No. 623. (Endorsed: Received 1826, July 19.)

1845, April I9; Particular Baptist; a building called the New Barn; Thomas Jones, Robert Jones, Isaac Hicks; No. 624. (Certificate dated 1845, April 21.)

1847, May 13; Independent; a building in the possession of Harriett Jones intended for use as a chapel; Thomas Rees, William Harris, Charles Dowding; No. 625. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1847, May 14.)

St. Athan.

1811, September 9; Wesleyan; a chapel; Edward Anwyl, Minister, Thomas Alexander, Michael Spencer, David Jones, John Spencer; No. 626. (Endorsed: Registered 1811, September 10.)

1843, February 21; Calvinistic Methodist; a meeting-house called Hope Chapel; William Samuel of the parish of Llancarfan, farmer; No. 627. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1843, February 21.)

1844, May 24; Baptist; a dwelling-house situated in the Broadway, being the property of Mrs. Esther Norman; William Roberts of the parish of Llancarfan, Baptist Minister, William Jones, William Jones, junior; No. 628. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1844, May 24.)

St. Bride's Major.

1820, October 27; Protestant (endorsed: Methodist); a meeting-house; Thomas Butler, yeoman; No. 629. (Endorsed: Received 1821, April 11.)

1834, March 17; Independent; a meeting-house called Ebenezer; Edward Llewellin of the New House; No. 630. (Endorsed: Received 1834, March 25.)

St. Bride's Minor.

1802, November 26; Baptist; a house called Gwaun y Gwaddod in the occupation of William Lewis; Thomas Edward, David Richard, John David, Bartholomew Thomas, Morgan Thomas; No. 83. (Endorsed: Certified 1802, November 27.)

1806, December 29; Calvinist; a part of a house occupied by Thomas Jones called Brynymenin; William Williams, Griffith Hughes, Methusalem Jones, William Hopkin; No. 631. (Endorsed: Registered 1806, December 31.)

1809, January 24; Independent; a house called Beth-haran situated on a common called Brynymenin; William Williams, Rees Benjamin, Griffith Thomas, David Howell, Morgan Lewis; No. 632. (Endorsed: 1809, January 27.)

1846, January 1; Independent; a building called Brynymenin in the hamlet of Ynysawdre; William Jones, Bridgend, Minister of the Gospel; No. 633. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1846, January 1.)

St. Bride's Netherwent.

1812, February 3; Independent; a dwelling-house called Penylan occupied by Edward Morgan; William Morgan, Minister, George Dowler, William Morgan, Isaac Beavan, James Howels, Edward Morgan, Thomas Beavan, John Prichard; No. 634. (Endorsed: Registered 1812, February 6.)

St. Bride's, co. Monmouth.

1826, September 29; Protestant (endorsed: Independent); Providence Chapel lately erected; Rees Davies of the parish of St. Woollos, Minister of the Gospel; No. 635. (Endorsed: Received 1826, October 2.)

1839, January 22; Baptist; a chapel called Rehoboth situated on a part of the estate of Mrs. Margarett Burfield; Evan Jones of the parish of Marshfield, Baptist Minister, Henry Evans, Thomas Bevan; No. 636.

St. Donats.

1809, May 22; Calvinist; a barn-house in the holding of Evan Lewellyn, labourer; Thomas Lewellyn, Mathew Dunn, junior, William Lewellyn, John John; No. 637

1843, May 9; Baptist; a dwelling-house in the occupation of Ann Vaughn, widow; Jabez Lawrence of the parish of Lantwit Major, Baptist Minister, Bassett E. Thomas, John John; No. 638. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1843, May 13.)

St. Fagans.

1819, March 21; Protestant (endorsed: Welsh Methodist); a building called The Tabernacle being the property of William Evans, gentleman; Thomas Phillip, farmer; No. 639. (Endorsed: 1819, April 14.)

1822, March 22; Baptist; the dwelling-house of Miles Llewellin, farmer, being part of the estate of the Earl of Plymouth and called the Rock; the said Miles Llewellin, David Evans, Minister, William Edward; No. 640. (Endorsed: Received 1822, March 27.)

1823, March 29; Protestant; the dwelling-house of John Morrall; William Baker of Cardiff, Preacher of the Gospel, the said John Morrall; No. 641. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1823, April 7.)

1837, October 11; Welsh Calvinistic Methodist; a new chapel called the Tabernacle, being the property of the Hon. Robert Henry and Lady Harriet Clive; Thomas Phillip, farmer; No. 642.

St. George.

1822, March 25; Baptist; the dwelling-house of John Thomas, labourer, being part of the estate of the Rev. J. M. Treharn; the said John Thomas, William Elixander, Thomas Thomas, Minister; No. 643. (Endorsed: Received 1822, March 27.)

St. Lythan's.

1822, January 7; Baptist; the dwelling-house of Morgan Morgans of Maesyfelin, farmer, being the property of the Hon. W. B. Grey; the said Morgan Morgans, Thomas Jones, Thomas Thomas; No. 644. (Endorsed: 1822, August 31.)

St. Mary Church.

1811, February 2; Wesleyan; a house in the occupation of Jane Lewis; David Rogers, Minister, Edward Anwyl, William Howe, John Gwynn, John Howe; No. 645. (Endorsed: Registered 1811, February 2.)

1829, February 6; Calvinist; a dwelling-house in the occupation of Richard Morris, yeoman; the said Richard Morris; No. 646. (Endorsed: Received 1829, February 17.)

St. Maughan.

1827, August 7; Protestant; a house in the occupation of Morgan Llewillin; Rees Davis of the town of Monmouth, Minister of the Gospel, Charles Lewis; No. 647. (Endorsed: Received 1827, August 9.)

1828, November 19; Wesleyan; a dwelling-house in the occupation of Elias alias Elisha Morgan, labourer; Benjamin Tayler of Chepstow, Wesleyan Minister; No. 648. (Endorsed: Received 1828, November 21.)

1850, November 15; Protestant (endorsed: Wesleyan); the dwelling-house of Mary Morgan; William Baker of Monmouth, Minister of the Gospel, the said Mary Morgan; No. 649. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1850, November 25.)

St. Mellons.

1811, October 14; Calvinistic Methodist; a house called Bethany; Henry Jones, Minister, Henry David, John Lewis, Thomas Thomas, David Edmunds, Thomas Morgan, Edward Rowland, William Jones, Miles Stephen; No. 650. (Endorsed: Registered 1811, November 11.)

1822, May 10; Calvinistic Methodist; a newly-erected chapel called Bethania; Henry Jones, Dissenting Minister; No. 651. (Endorsed: Received 1822, May 10.)

1830, November 3; Baptist; a new building called Caersalem; Evan Jones of Castletown in the parish of Marshfield, Baptist Minister, John David, Thomas Davies; No. 652.

1847, January 22; Independent; a meeting-house called Zoar; Daniel Roberts, cordwainer; No. 653. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1847, January 22.)

St. Nicholas.

1801, January 31; Methodist; a house called Freehill Meeting-House; William Frances, Thomas Watkins, Evan David, Thomas John, John Thomas; No. 654.

Shirenewton.

1802, January 7; Wesleyan Methodist; a chapel at Earlswood; John Sydserff, John Jennings, Christopher Spurr, Thomas Potter, John Rosser; No. 655. (Endorsed: Certified 1802, January 19.)

1810, October 26; Wesleyan; a dwelling-house in the occupation of William Jones; the said William Jones, Jeremiah Grant, John Rosser, Richard Remnard, George Rosser, Jacob Latimer, William Breedon, Minister; No. 656. (Endorsed: Registered 1811, January 9.)

1818, October 28; Baptist; a building in the possession of James Lewis; Joshua Lewis, James Cullyford, Rees Davies; No. 657. (Endorsed: 1818, November 16.)

1851, January 17; Bible Christian; a building in the possession of James Penney; John Kemeys, Jacob Rees, George Barkle; No. 658. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1851, January 22.)

Skenfrith.

1825, August 12; Protestant; the dwelling-house of Samuel Morgan, miller; Thomas Loaader, William Jenkins; No. 659. (Endorsed: Received 1825, August 15.)

1829, December 9; Primitive Methodist; a house in the possession or occupation of Samuel Watkins; Rees Davies, B. Giles; No. 660. (Endorsed: Registered 1829, December 14.)

1843, January 28; Baptist; the dwelling-house of James Herbert, grocer; the said James Herbert, J. T. Williams, William Nicholson; No. 661. (Endorsed: Received 1843, January 30.)

Skewen, parish of Cadoxton-iuxta-Neath.

1842, March 30; Independent; a building called Bethlehem; Daniel Griffiths of Tonnau, Minister of the Gospel; No. 662. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1842, April 2.)

Tintern.

1805, September 25; Protestant (endorsed: Wesleyan Methodist); a house rented of Walter Brown and fitted up and set apart for divine worship; John Deverell, Charles Roberts, Samuell Jones; No. 663. (Endorsed: Granted 1805, October 16.)

1826, July 13; Protestant (endorsed: Bryanite); a dwelling-house in the occupation of Richard Highly; John Parkyn, junior, Minister, W. Davies, surveyor, Richard Evans, Thomas Evans; No. 664. (Endorsed: Received 1826, July 19.)

Tongwynlais, parish of Eglwysilan.

1832, May 25; Baptist (endorsed: Welsh Baptist); a newly-opened chapel which is the property of the congregation; Edmund Jones of the parish of Eglwysilan, Baptist Minister; No. 665. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1832, June 15.)

Tonyrefail, parish of Llantrisant.

1819, September 7; Protestant (endorsed: Calvinistic Methodist); a meeting-house; David Evan of the parish of Llantrisant, farmer; No. 666. (Endorsed: 1819, September 20.)

Tredegar, parish of Bedwellty.

1810, August 6; Methodist; a chapel called Peniel; Morgan Jones, Minister, William Williams, William Harries, William Edward; No. 667. (Endorsed: Registered 1810, August 6.)

1819, April 15; Independent; Saron's Chapel; David Thomas of the parish of Mynyddyslwyn, Dissenting Minister (signed: David Thomas, Penmain); No. 668. (Endorsed: Received 1819, April 15.)

1835, March 20; Protestant; a chapel in the occupation of Moses Dunn, Minister, and others of Merthyr Tydfil, and situated in the Tredegar Works; the said Moses Dunn; No. 669. (Endorsed: 1835, March 27.)

1841, April 30; Independent; a room adjoining David Gwilym's house situated in Castle Street, Tredegar Iron Works; Richard Evans of Coed y Cymmer in the parish of Vaynor, co. Brecon, blacksmith; No. 670. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1841, May 1.)

1841, October 4; Independent; a room adjoining Thomas Davies's house situated in Charles Street, Tredegar Iron Works; Thomas Hoiskins of Morva, parish of Llangynidr, co. Brecon, miner; No. 671. (Endorsed: Registered 1841, October 5.)

1842, May 4; Independent; a chapel called Adulam situated in High Street; Rees Davis of Tredegar Iron Works, miner; No. 672. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1842, May 14.)

1844, May 2; Welsh Calvinistic Methodist; a meeting-house called Peniel situated at Tredegar Iron Works; Daniel Francis of Tredegar Iron Works, baker; No. 673. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1844, May 4.)

1848, December 16; Latter-Day Saints; a hall belonging to the King's Head Inn situated in Castle Street; Dan Jones of the parish of Merthyr Tydfil; No. 674. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1848, December 18.)

Tredunnoc.

1814, July 11 ; Independent; a house called Tu Coch occupied by Michael Thomas, Smith; David Thomas, the said Michael Thomas, Phillip Morgan; No. 675. (Endorsed: Registered 1814, July 12.)

1820, June 1; Baptist; the dwelling-house of Margaret Richards called Newhouse; David Phillips, William Morgan; No. 676. (Endorsed: 1820, June 5.)

Trelleck.

1802, January 2; Protestant; a house of Jane Lough's; Jacob Latimer, John Rosser, William Roberts, Samuel Morgan, John Williams; No. 677. (Endorsed: 1802, January 19.)

1813, July 27; Wesleyan; a dwelling-house in the occupation of John Gwin; John Tyler of Monmouth, Thomas Roberts, John Vernon; No. 678. (Endorsed: Registered 1813, August 2.)

1830, January 6; Protestant (endorsed: Bible Christian); a chapel; Abraham Morris, Minister, John Bessix, William Bessix; No. 679. (Endorsed: Received 1830, January 8.)

1830, September 20; Baptist; a house in the possession or occupation of William Williams; Rees Davies, John Winstone, Henry Bowen; No. 680. (Endorsed: Received 1830, September .)

1833, October 14; Protestant; a house situated in the hamlet of Clyddon in the occupation of George Watkins, being the property of John Millard; James Brooks of the parish of Tintern, the said John Millard; No. 681. (Endorsed: 1833, October 16.)

1841, January 8; Bible Christian; a chapel held in trust by Joseph Highley, Charles Sharn(?), and others; James Moxley of the hamlet of Porthcassegg, parish of St. Arvans, Edward Jorden, Samuel Sparkes; No. 682. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1841, April I.)

1844, February 9; Protestant; the house in the holding and occupation of Edward Williams situated at Nine Wells; the said Edward Williams; No. 683. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1844, March 16.)

Trelleck Grange.

1826, July 13; Protestant (endorsed: Bryanite) ; a dwelling in the occupation of Joseph Highly; John Parkyn, junior, Minister, Thomas Runnalds, John Roberts, Charles Morgan; No. 684. (Endorsed: Received 1826, July 19.)

1826, July 13; Protestant (endorsed: Bryanite); a dwelling in the occupation of John Bessix; John Parkyn, junior, Minister, Jon Watkins, the said John Bessix, Edward Lewis; No. 685. (Endorsed: Received 1826, July 19.)

Trevethin.

1816, April 13; Protestant; the dwelling-house of Daniel Philips called Kefen-crib; David Thomas, Dissenting Minister of the Protestant Congregation at Penmain in the parish of Mynyddyslwyn; No. 686. (Endorsed: Received 1816, May 15.)

1820, December 20; Independent; a new meeting-house called Chapel Cwmavon; Ebenezer Jones of Tygwyn, parish of Mamhilad, Independent Dissenting Minister; No. 687. (Endorsed: 1820, December 21.)

1824, April 5; Wesleyan Methodist; a chapel erected at the Varteg Hill Iron Works called the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel; William Woodall of Abergavenny, Minister of the Gospel, Joseph Duffield, Thomas Cadman; No. 688. (Endorsed: 1824, April 22; also Mr. William Harris, Panteg, received the other copy 1825, July 26.)

1825, June 12; Wesleyan Methodist; the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel situated at the Varteg Iron Works; Thomas Cadman of the Varteg Iron Works; No. 689. (Two copies.)

1826, May 27; Baptist; the dwelling-house of John Godwin, mason, called Wayn Sychan; the said John Godwin, John Foster, William Williams Phillips; No. 690. (Endorsed: Received 1826, April 6.)

1827, November 17; Calvinistic Methodist; a meeting-house called the Tabernacle; Henry Jones, William Ballat; No. 691. (Endorsed: Received 1827, November 27.)

1844, May 22; Independent; a chapel called Capel yr Ynis; Herbert Daniel, Dissenting Minister; No. 692. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1844, May 22.)

Trostrey.

1819, August 14; Protestant (endorsed: Wesleyan Methodist); a dwelling-house belonging to William Roberts; William Brocklehurst of Newport, Minister; No. 693. (Endorsed: 1819, August 18.)

Tythegston.

1817, May 13; Protestant (endorsed: Unitarian); the house of Edward Williams of Keven Cribor, mason; the said Edward Williams; No. 694. (Endorsed: Received 1817, May 13.)

Undy.

1827, July 7; Protestant (endorsed: Bryanite); a house belonging to Charles Morgan and occupied by James Adams; the said James Adams, John Curnul(?), Thomas Lawrence; No. 695 (Endorsed: 1827, July 18.)

Usk.

1801, December 17; Protestant; the house of John Mason; James Arundell, the said John Mason, Charles Morgan, Edward Prosser, Margaret West, Mary Edwards, Edmund Rees, John Sidserf; No. 696. (Endorsed: Certified 1801, December 19.)

1811, October 11; Wesleyan; a dwelling-house in the occupation of William Williams; T. Rowe, Minister, William Williams, Thomas Lewis, James Davies, Elisha Read, Thomas Rogers; No. 697. (Endorsed: Registered 1811, December 4.)

1814, August 23; Protestant (endorsed: Wesleyan); a dwelling-house in the occupation of Thomas Lewis; William Woodall of Newport, Minister of the Gospel, William Williams, Thoma Webb, Thomas Rowe; No. 698.)

1815, November 16; Particular Baptist; the dwelling-house of John Richards, builder, situated at Cold Harbour in the hamlet of Gwelog; the said John Richards, David Powell, William Batten, John Godwin, John Probyn, Richard Probyn, Daniel Roberts; No. 699. (Endorsed Received 1815, November 20.)

1817, September 5 ; Wesleyan Methodist; the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel; Thomas Rowe of Newport, Minister of the Gospel; No. 700. (Endorsed: 1817, September 18.)

1823, November 6; Particular Baptist; a building called the Tanhouse and occupied by Jame Watkins; David Phillips of Caerleon, Dissenting Minister, the said James Watkins, Jenkin Harries; No. 701. (Endorsed: 1823, November 8.)

1824, February 4; Particular Baptist; a building belonging to Thomas Griffiths of the Angel Inn and situated in the New Market Street; the said Thomas Griffiths, David Phillips, John James; No. 702. (Endorsed: 1824, February 12.)

1827, June 14; Protestant (endorsed: Bryanite); a dwelling-house in the hamlet of Gwehelog belonging to Thomas Howell and occupied by him; Charles Blake of the hamlet of Porthcassegg parish of St. Arvans, Minister, Thomas Howells, Thomas Hooper, John Pragen [or Prager] No. 703. (Endorsed: 1827, July 18.)

1839, November 18; Baptist; the dwelling-house of Thomas Williams, labourer, situated in Old Market Street; the said Thomas Williams, John Edwards, Henry Phillips; No. 704. (Endorsed: 1839, November 22.)

1840, May 23; Baptist; a room in Old Market Street capable of holding one hundred people more or less; Henry Phillips, accountant, a trustee of the said room, Mary Davies, David Pugh; No. 705. (Endorsed: 1840, May 27.)

1842, October 19; Baptist; a building in Old Market Street capable of holding four hundred persons more or less; Henry Phillips, accountant, a trustee of the said building, William Pollard, William Williams Phillips; Nos. 706-07 (two copies). (Endorsed: 1846, January 28.)

Wenvoe.

1820, February 6; Independent; a house called Pishware; John Thomas, John Jenkins, James Morgan; No. 708. (Endorsed: 1820, February 18.)

1821, May 2; Baptist; the dwelling-house of Thomas John, gardener, called Tobadiah, being part of the estate of Robert Gener, esquire; the said Thomas John, William Edward, David Evans; No. 709. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1821, July 13.)

1823, November 15; Baptist; a building called The Twynyrodyn Baptist Meeting-House; Thomas Thomas of the parish of St. George, Baptist Minister and a trustee of the said building, William Jones, Robert Pritchard; No. 710. (Endorsed: 1823, November 17.)

1835, May 2; Calvinistic Methodist; a meeting-house called Zoah; Thomas Jones of Wenvoe, farmer; No. 711.

1848, December 20; Latter-Day Saints; a house called Daggar's Gate, Twyn yr Odyn; William Thomas; No. 712.

1850, September 24; Baptist; a building called Nazareth; William Williams, Llewellyn Miles, Edward Jenkins, William Evans; No. 713. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1850, September 23 sic.)

Whithurch.

1804, October 25; Anabaptist; the dwelling-house of Evan Harry called Gwayn-trodau; John Hier, Minister, Henry Rees, William Mathews, Edward Morgan, Edward Edmunds, Edward Edward, being Anabaptists meeting at Lisvane; No. 714. (Endorsed: Certified 1804, November 13.)

1811, October 28; Calvinistic Methodist; a house called Ebenezer; Thomas Edward, Minister, David David, Edward Phillip, Edward John, William Evan, Davidd Philip; No. 715. (Endorsed: Registered 1811, October 29.)

1812, December 19; Wesleyan; a chapel situated at Mellin Griffith; David Jones, Edmund Lewis, Walter Rosser, Charles Phillips, Joseph Armstrong, Thomas Davies, Jacob Kingsbury, Christopher James, James Foxall; No. 716. (Endorsed: Registered 1812, December 30.)

1824, March 29; Particular Baptist; a meeting-house; John Williams, farmer, Lewis Thomas; No. 717.

1849, May 18; Independent; a building converted into a chapel called Baula; Edward Daniell, yeoman; No. 718. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1849, May 18.)

Whitson.

1819, May 20; Wesleyan Methodist; the dwelling-house of Thomas Milner; William Brocklehurst of Newport, Wesleyan Minister; No. 719. (Endorsed: 1819, July 18.)

Wick.

1813, June 18; Protestant; a messuage in the occupation of William Thomas, carpenter; the said William Thomas: No. 720. (Endorsed: Registered 1813, July I6.)

1840, September 9; Calvinistic Methodist; a meeting-house called Soar; David Yorworth of the parish of Llantwit Major, farmer; No. 721.

Wolves Newton.

1816, April 7; Independent; a vacant room called the Club Room adjoining the publichouse; the Reverend David Thomas, William Daniel, William Thomas, George Crocket, Henry Morgan, James Rees; No. 722. (Endorsed: Registered 1816, June 28.)

1816, June 2; Independent; a vacant house called the New House of Samuel Philips in the village of New Inn; the Reverend David Thomas, William Daniel, George Crocked, Henry Morgan, James Harris; No. 723. (Endorsed: Registered 1816, June 28.)

1819, March 10; Independent; a meeting-house called Nebo; David Thomas, Minister, John Parker, Thomas Fords, Phllip Cole; No. 724. (Endorsed: 1819, March 15.)

1834, January 21; Protestant (endorsed: Bryanite); a house in the possession of W. Pritchard; William Runnalls, Minister of the parish of Barton Reeves, co. Monmouth; No. 725. (Endorsed: Received 1834, January 29.)

Wonastow.

1815, November 14; Wesleyan Methodist; the house of Thomas Morgan; William Brocklehurst, John Tyler, Philip Tyler; No. 726. (Endorsed: Received 1815, December 9.)

Ystradyfodwg.

1786, September 2; Baptist; a new house built for religious service called Ynus-fach; Watkin Evan, Certified Minister, Morgan Rees, Howel Lewelyn, David Edward, Richard William, William David, Jenkin Thomas, Edward Morris, Evan Thomas, Howel Evan, Rees David, Edward Lewis; No. 727. (Endorsed: Registered 1786, October 5.)

1801, January 28; Baptist; a house called Ty Howel Lewelin Rewl vach in the tenure and occupation of Howel Lewelin; David Hughes, Minister, Edward Evan, Minister, William Morgan, Edmund James, Jenkin Thomas, John Evan, the said Howel Lewelyn, William Thomas, Jenkin Edward, Evan Thomas; No. 728

1840, October 7; Baptist; a chapel called Soar situated near Dinas Colliery; Robert Edwards of Dinas, Baptist Minister, William Jones, Alice Jones; No. 729. (Endorsed: Certificate dated 1840, November 21.)

 

HYWEL D. EMANUEL.


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