In this category you will find chapels in Welsh counties. It includes the area of Monmouthshire which historically has been both Welsh and English. Created in 1536 out of part of the Welsh Marches previously known as Gwent, Monmouthshire was returned to Wales in 1974 as the new county of Gwent. In between it was an English county, but some times was treated together in an entity called Wales and Monmouthshire.
There were 98 Primitive Methodist Chapels in the Cardiff and Swansea District, seating 25,772 people. (Statistical Returns, 1940)