The Old Meeting house in Solva (Whitchurch parish) was an Independent
(Annibynnwr) Chapel. (sometimes called Congregationalist)
Bert Rawlins book Parish Churches and Non-conformist Chapels of Wales
Cause began about 1790
Chapels 1798; restored 1856
Branch of Rhodiad, St Davids. The first members came form Rhodiad and
Trefgarn Owain, Brawdy parish
periods of growth: 1. ministry of Thomas Mortimer 1830-1849);1830 19
members, 1849 250.
records available: births and baprisms, 1814 - 37, PRO, London RG4/2341;
RG4/2342; RG4/3920 (GS 819967) IGI
In message <28.11c54f53.27ce6f66(a)aol.com>, JOWIT(a)aol.com writes
Thanks for the info. Those locations make sense. Martha Griffiths is in
Brawdy during the 1841 census. Hopefully, those sites will be on the
maps, which I should receive this week.
The marriage certificate said the marriage was in the "Old Meetinghouse in
Solva according to the rites and ceremonies of the Independent Denomination."
Can anyone tell me which church that was?
Thanks in advance,
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