Primitive Methodist chapels
I have identified the following Primitive Methodist chapels in the earlier counties of Denbighshire and Flintshire. There may be some I have missed. Some of those listed have vanished and I have not been able to find any photo or drawing of them. I would be grateful for information about any of the ones below, or about any I have missed. They were all English-speaking societies, though there was a short-lived Welsh mission mounted by the Oswestry circuit. Golly, Llay, Wrexham, Ffrwd, Moss, Caergwrle, Rhostyllen, Rhosddu, Rhosnesni, Rossett, Connah’s Quay, Ewloe, Commonwood, Mold (Padeswood Road), Mold (Chester Street), Alltami, New Brighton, Drury Lane, Penyffordd, Broughton, Kinnerton, Queensferry (Zion), Sandycroft, Saltney, Rhosymedre, Rhosllanerchrugog, Ruabon, Copperas, Fron (Richard Jones memorial, 1914; original became a school canteen), Black Park (= Halton), Chirk (Station Avenue), Pontyblew, Overton, Cloy, Talwrn Green, Knolton, Bettisfield, Penley, Bronington, Caer Estyn, Coedpoeth.