1903: Marriage of the Vicar

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The Rev J. Jenkins, the vicar, is engaged to be married to Miss McDougall, the second daughter of Sir John McDougall, chairman of the London County Council, and owner of the Chalet at Nant Gwynant. Sir John McDougall is a great Wesleyan worker, and took part in the great Wesleyan meeting held at the London Aquarium last week, when Mr R. W. Perks announced that it was intended to make the Aquarium the home of Wesleyanism in Great Britain.


Source: The North Wales Express, published 13 February 1903