Plaque

Welsh Church - Rowlands

Inscription

This memorial stone was laid by Mrs Griffith Rowlands 25th June 1889.

Site: United Welsh Church (4 memorials)

W1, Eastcastle Street, 30

Each of these foundation stones is at the base of a pillar, reading left to right: Peters, Rowlands, Lewis, Taylor. Disappointingly we have found no information on any of these people.

A lamp hanging in the portico reads: "Capel, Castle St." The portico frieze is inscribed "Capel Bedyddwyr Cymreig". Prior to the unification of the Welsh churches in 2006 this was a Welsh Baptist Church.

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Welsh Church - Rowlands

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Welsh Church - Rowlands

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Welsh Church - Lewis

Welsh Church - Lewis

This memorial stone was laid by Mrs Owen Lewis 25th June 1889.

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Welsh Church - Peters

Welsh Church - Peters

This memorial stone was laid by Joseph Peters Esqre. 25th June 1889.

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Welsh Church - Taylor

Welsh Church - Taylor

This memorial stone was laid by Geo. W. Taylor Esqre. J.P. 25th June 1889.

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