Pugh, David (1844-1939)

Primitive Methodist Magazine 1908
Primitive Methodist Magazine 1908

Transcription of Magazine ‘Sketch’

Mr. D Pugh, of Hope, Welshpool Circuit, was born of pious parents, both of them being members of our church, his father being also a useful local preacher and generous giver.

Converted early in life Mr. Pugh received his first class ticket February, 1859, and in due course became an accredited local preacher, in which capacity he has laboured acceptably and successfully. Elected Station Steward September, 1872, he has honourably filled this position ever since. Of a retiring disposition he never seeks office or honours; but when given to him they are sacredly held and rightly valued. He has several times been a Delegate to District Meeting and has once represented his District in Conference. He gives liberally and regularly attends all the services, and is highly esteemed. His devoted and faithful wife is now “with Christ:” God be with him till they meet again.

W.S.H.

Family and other information

David was born in 1844 at Leighton, Montgomeryshire, to parents David and Margaret.

Census returns identify the following occupations.

  • 1871 joiner
  • 1881 joiner
  • 1891 carpenter and grocer
  • 1901 grocer and farmer

David married Elizabeth Wilde (abt1844-1903) in the summer of 1870.

David died in early 1939 in the Welshpool Registration District.

References

Primitive Methodist Magazine 1908/047

Census Returns and Births, Marriages & Deaths Registers

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