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Salem Independent Chapel, Ffordd Carneddi

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Salem Independent Chapel,
Ffordd Carneddi

Church History

Prior to the building of Carmel, services and occasional prayer meetings were held in members houses along with a Sunday School. In 1839 the land for the Chapel was purchased by Samuel and William Roberts (Coedyparc). Carmel and a chapel house were built on the land at a cost of £340, however no debt was repaid for the first 15 years. Rebuilt in 1860 for £841, 10s and along with the remaining debt a total of £977 was owed. The chapel had a capacity of 480.

See Llanllechid Chapels for attendance numbers. 

The entry for this church on the National Monuments Record of Wales (NMRW) website (Coflein).


It was located at SH6254067100 (Lat/Lon 53.183186,-4.058504). You can see this on maps provided by: