Tyddyn y Garreg Friends' Meeting House, Tabor, Dolgellau
The Quakers established this meeting house and burial ground in 1792. By 1845, Quakers in the area had either emigrated or died and the meeting was closed. The building and burial ground were then purchased by the Welsh Independents and became Tabor Chapel. The burial ground is still used but none of the headstones are of Quaker origin as the Friends did not allow graves to be marked with headstones until 1850. From John Lucas site
From A Quaker Meeting House in Wales an Old Structure near the Original Bryn Mawr Farm
Philadelphia Inquirer Tuesday, Sep 03, 1889 Philadelphia, PA Mentions William Penn, Rowland Ellis, and John Evans.