Document referenceDWESBR
Level of description Subfonds
TitleBridgend Wesleyan Methodist Circuit Records
Date1813-1989
BackgroundWesleyan Methodists began making in-roads in south Wales during the mid-eighteenth century, and a Glamorganshire Circuit was established in 1765. In 1796 the circuit was divided into two smaller units, Swansea serving the west, and Cardiff the east. In 1817 Cardiff was divided into English and Welsh circuits, and in 1848 Bridgend split from Cardiff, forming its own circuit. Kenfig Hill Wesley Hall was first used as a Methodist church in 1921. The present Brynna Methodist Church was built in 1908. The Pontyclun United Methodist Church was built in 1899.
DescriptionRecords relating to Bridgend Wesleyan circuit, 1844-1989; records relating to Aberkenfig Wesleyan Methodist Church including minutes, 1926-1967; register of baptisms, 1911-1959; records relating to Bridgend Wesleyan Methodist Church including, minutes, 1945-1976; chapel pew rent book, 1875-1938; records relating to Brynna United Methodist Church including minutes, 1909-1961; correspondence, 1909-1962; Kenfig Hill Wesley Hall minutes, 1913-1957; records relating to Llanharan Methodist Church including notice books, 1962-1967; leaders meetings minutes, 1922-1951; Llanharan Society stewards account books, 1915-1932; records relating to Llantrisant Wesleyan Church including deeds and miscellaneous documents, 1813-1971; correspondence, 1897-1977; account book, 1926-1927; records relating to Maesteg Methodist Church including correspondence, 1937-1974; minutes, 1938-1981; miscellaneous documents, 1901-1967; records relating to Methodists in Ogwr Vale, 1886-1966; records relating to the Porthcawl Wesleyan Methodist Church including Sunday school records, 1902-1968; minutes, 1927-1980; correspondence, 1935-1983; collection journals, 1929-1976; account book, 1952-1974; Newton Nottage Wesleyan Chapel,Porthcawl marriage registers, 1927-1948; records relating to Tondu Methodist Church including baptism registers, 1849-1917; marriage registers, 1976-1984; Cefn Methodist Church marriage register, 1957-1966; Pontyclun United Methodist Church minute book, 1932-1975; Methodist Missionary Society circuit treasurers account books, 1954-1978; Coytrahen Wesleyan Methodist New Church account book, 1902-1939
LanguageEnglish
Extent60 volumes
AppraisalAll records which meet the collection policy of the Glamorgan Archives have been retained.
Source of AcquisitionDeposited at the Glamorgan Record Office by a private individual
Related materialTondu Methodist church (DWES1)
Conditions of accessNo restrictions
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