Rhostyllen, Wrexham, North Wales

vanished chapel

Rhostyllen, Wrexham, North Wales
Rhostyllen, Wrexham, North Wales
Gladys Haynes' wedding in the 1950s | Victor Davies
Gladys Haynes' wedding in the 1950s
Victor Davies
Victor Davies' Grandad (Vic Haynes) with his sister Gladys Haynes at her wedding in the 1950’s | Victor Haynes
Victor Davies' Grandad (Vic Haynes) with his sister Gladys Haynes at her wedding in the 1950’s
Victor Haynes

It has not been possible (as yet?) to locate a photograph of the demolished Primitive Methodist chapel in Rhostyllen, near Wrexham.

Local resident Victor Davies, who supplied the attached information and gave permission to use it, wrote: “The information I have published about the chapel was from a rare booklet about the history of Rhostyllen. The lady who wrote it has sadly passed away. The booklet is Rhostyllen Then and Now, compiled and published by Rebecca Angus (Women’s Institute), 1992.

Victor Davies also supplied these wedding photos with this note: “This is my Grandad (Vic Haynes) with his sister Gladys Haynes at her wedding in the 1950’s.”

For further information about Rhostyllen visit http://rhostyllen.info/page33.html.

The 1922 District Synod Handbook provides the following information.

Rhostyllen: one member’s home was open for 23 years for worship, and the chapel was built in 1883.

Comments about this page

  • The members who opened their home for worship before the chapel was built were Mr & Mrs Henry Rogers. Follow the link to see an obituary for Mrs Rogers.

    By Geoff Dickinson (13/03/2019)

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