JARDINE, JAMES (died 1737), Independent minister

Name: James Jardine
Date of death: 1737
Child: David Jardine
Gender: Male
Occupation: Independent minister
Area of activity: Religion
Author: John Dyfnallt Owen

Born at Llanboidy, Carmarthenshire, son of a successful farmer. He became a member at Henllan or Rhydyceisiaid, Carmarthenshire. In 1720 he was a minister at Denbigh. He married the daughter of his predecessor Thomas Baddy. He died in 1737 and was buried at Whitchurch, Denbigh. David Jardine was his son.


Published date: 1959

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