From 11 to 18 December the Christians separated to their various chapels and the meetings in these were continued on a daily basis. But they came together again at Jerusalem Chapel the following week Joseph Jenkins had come to North Wales on a preaching tour bringing with him some of the young people so that they might share what was happening in New Quay. He came to the village of Talysarn, a few miles south of Caernarfon, and there was much blessing in those meetings. It was natural that he should respond to a call from his old friend Job, and on Wednesday, 21 December, he arrived in Bethesda, together with two of the New Quay girls Florrie Evans and Maude Davies. He also brought with him three girls who had been set aflame at Talysarn.
From 'When God came to North Wales', published by Quinta, page 93.
The revival must have been in both the chapels in the village.