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Almondbury, St John's WM Chapel, Yorkshire
Grid ref SE167150
Bentley Cooke Street Wesleyan Methodist chapel
Keith Guyler’s exceptional collection of pictures of chapels which were formerly Primitive Methodist includes one labelled Cooke Street, Bentley. Thanks ...
Bowes Wesleyan chapel, North Riding
Bowes is in that part of Yorkshire that was transferred to County Durham in 1974. The first appearance of Bowes in ...
Eastbrook Chapel, Bradford
The Eastbrook Chapel was opened in 1825, after the Kirkgate Chapel was found to be to small for the then ...
Former Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, South Cave, East Yorkshire
Built in 1816 and seemingly merged with the former Primitive Methodist chapel in 1943. That was absorbed/merged into the All ...
Grassington, North Yorkshire
Hedon Road, Marfleet, Hull
Huddersfield, Queen Street WM Chapel, Yorkshire
The chapel was built in 1819. The building is now used as a Theatre and Arts Centre Sources Site visit 26.02.2017
Hull, Scott Street WM Chapel
Scott Street Chapel was built in the manufacturing area of Sculcoates in the early nineteenth century and closed about one ...
Memories of Attercliffe Road Wesleyan Chapel, Sheffield
Including Band of Hope Queens
Sedbergh WM Chapel (ii), Yorkshire
Grid Ref SD661924
Sheffield, Crookesmoor Road, St John's Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Yorkshire
In 1940 St John’s Wesleyan Methodist Chapel had seating for 740 in pews. There were three schoolrooms and sixteen other ...
St John's Methodist Church, Elsecar, South Yorkshire
Extracts from 'A Short History', including Baptisms 1848 to 1952
Victoria Road WMC Headingley
My Dad and Grandparents
Withernwick, East Yorkshire
Withernwick is interesting in having a Wesleyan church, founded in 1810 but rebuilt in 1914, and a separate Wesleyan Sabbath ...
Isle of Wight
Wesleyan Churches Within the Bede Circuit