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Name: Tredegarville Baptist Church
Address and Location: The Parade, Roath, Cardiff CF24
Date built: The School room was built in 1861 and the chapel 1862 in the Gothic Style designs of W G Habershon for the total cost of 3,600. The lecture hall, parlour and class rooms were added in 1880
History : The church was founded by members of Bethany Baptist chapel, Wharton Street, who began with meetings in a loft above a stable, in Castle Street, (City Rd) The church was incorporated in 1861
Records and Registers:
Where held: Some in Glamorgan Record Office
Can they be consulted: By appointment and under supervision
Burial ground: No
Contact name: Pastor. via the Church
Glamorgan FHS Publications: No
Glamorgan Record Office: GRO ref. D/Dx 380 (Centenary History) GRO D/D Bap33 Annual report 1987 pp1 and 29 and annual report 1988 p29
Cardiff Building Plans: BS/S1/ 1485 Addition to Tredegarville Baptist Chapel Tredegarville, Architect Habershon, Pite 8 Fawckner, Devloper Habershon, Pite 8 Fawckner. 1878 BS/S1/2090 Additions to Chapel Tredegarville Baptist Chapel Architect Habershon & Fawckner Developer A Tilly 1879
National Library of Wales
Cadw Listed
Royal Commission for Ancient Monuments
Capel Listed
National Archives
Lambeth Palace Plans
Book List: Baptist assembly hand book 1912,pp50-1 Jenkins and James,pp140-6 T.H.Hill "The Tredegarville Story", 1961 Newman (Pesvner),p303
Illustrations: Cardiff Yesterday vol 6 p76 Baptist assembly handbook 1912
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