Calvinistic Methodists -- Wales -- Dolgellau



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Chapel accounts,

An account book kept by Thomas Jones, Caecoch, Llanelltyd (later of Pantyronen, Dolgelley) to record receipts and payments relating mainly to Llanelltyd Calvinistic Methodist Church, 1831-1835, and used afterwards by officers of Salem Calvinistic Methodist Church, Dolgelley.

Thomas Jones and others.

Church accounts,

A volume containing copious extracts from the account book of an unspecified church recording sums paid to visiting preachers and other sundry payments made, 1812-1835. The extracts were taken from a volume then in the possession of Edward Griffith, J.P., of Dolgellau, and the church in question may possibly be Salem Calvinistic Methodist Church in that town.

Côr Undebol Dirwestol Dolgellau, &c.,

  • NLW MS 11161B
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  • [1867x1906].

A volume containing minutes of 'Côr Undebol Dirwestol Dolgellau' (Dolgellau United Temperance Choir), 19 November, 1867, and undated, together with a list, and register of attendance of, members, January - June [1868]; particulars of preachers and of Sunday collections at [a Calvinistic Methodist chapel at Dolgellau?], 1876-7; notes on the history of music in Dolgellau taken from a lecture [at Dolgellau] by Edward Williams ('Llew Meirion'), 2 March, 1906; and printed verses entitled 'Bur Wreichionen' and 'Awn ymaith i'r dolydd'. Mounted inside the covers are cuttings of minutes of 'Undeb Cerddorol Dirwestwyr Ardudwy' [1867-9].


Miscellaneous notes by Edward Griffith, including extracts from the seventeenth century memorandum book of Lewis Owen, Peniarth and from Pant Philip and other deeds, also from addresses given at religious meetings, together with notes on Calvinistic Methodism in the Dolgelley and Bala districts, on the Merionethshire Quakers and their pedigrees, etc.

Testunau pregethau,

An exercise book containing texts of sermons preached at Sunday, monthly, anniversary, and Association meetings at Salem Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Dolgellau, 5 January 1873-30 December 1883.

Hanes yr achos Methodistaidd yn Pendref

  • NLW MS 16346C.
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  • 1913

Llawysgrif 'Hanes yr achos Methodistaidd yn Pendref' gan R[obert] C[adwaladr] Evans, wedi ei ysgrifennu ar gyfer Eisteddfod y Groglith, Dolgellau, 1913, o dan y ffug-enw 'Un Mewn Brys'. = A manuscript history of the Methodist cause in Pendref, Dolgellau, written by R[obert] C[adwaladr] Evans and submitted at Dolgellau Eisteddfod, 1913, under the pseudonym 'Un Mewn Brys'.
Mae'r llawysgrif yn adrodd hanes cynnar Methodistiaeth yn Nolgellau, sir Feirionnydd (ff. 1-3), a hanes yr Ysgol Sul a chapel a sefydlwyd ym 1887 ym Mhendref fel cangen o Gapel Salem (ff. 4-52). Bu'r awdur yn athro yn yr Ysgol Sul ers 1898. = The manuscript relates the early history of Methodism in Dolgellau, Merionethshire (ff. 1-3), and the history of the Sunday School and chapel established in 1887 at Pendref as a branch of Capel Salem (ff. 4-52). The author became a teacher at the school in 1898.

Evans, R. C. (Robert Cadwaladr), -1922.