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From: Pat Powell <>
Subject: Re: Subscribers Interests
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 1999 09:48:24 +0000
Info From Bert Rawlin's "The Parish Churches and Nonconformist Chapels
of Wales: vol 1"
Glandwr was an Independent Chapel situated in the village of Glandwr.
Llanfyrnach parish, Pembrokeshire.
The independent chapel in Llanboidy, Carmarthenshire Cefn-y-Pant was
associated with this one and shared the same ministers.
I have to dash off now - but I can send you later the whole item if you
like which includes location of records.
In message <>, writes
>Hi Pauline, I've been on the list about 2 months, mostly just reading and
>learning. My interest in Carmarthenshire is a Rees Lloyd, b. May 1, 1759 in
>Llanboidy, son of a Rhys Lloyd b. 1738. He was baptized Glandwr Chapel,
>presume that is a church. Does anyone know where it is located? He was
>ordained as a minister in April 1795 at the Ebenezer Congregational Church of
>Pontypool, Monmouthshire, Wales and emigrated to America in the fall of 1795.
> Spent about a year in the Philadelphia, PA area, then led a group of
>pioneers into the wilderness of western PA and established the settlement of
>Ebensburg, and the First Congregational Church in 1796. Is anyone
>researching this family? Would love to share information. Nancy
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