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A Plan of the Methodists Prayer Meetings, Bolton, 1811
Adelaide Terrace Wesleyan Methodist Church, Benwell Grove, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Image from Newcastle District Archives
Altrincham, Bank Street
The foundation stone for the chapel in Bank Street was laid on 22nd March, 1865 and the opening services held ...
Biddulph Moor New Road Wesleyan Methodist chapel
Hot Lane Biddulph Moor ST8 7JD According to the Circuit website, Biddluph Moor New Road Wesleyan Methodist Church is still active in ...
Derby Circuit Primitive Methodist Preachers' Plan, 1813-14 Oct-Jan
Dilston Road Wesleyan Methodist Church, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Image from the Newcastle Methodist District Archives
East Jarrow Wesleyan Day School
This school was built for children of men of the S. Mease & Son Chemical Works. It was known later ...
Elizabeth Gibbons and Great Homer Street Methodist Mission, Liverpool
Hi my name is Karen and the article is an obituary of my great great grand mum Elizabeth Gibbons who ...
Folkestone, Grace Hill
This drawing is of Grace Hill Wesleyan Methodist chapel, Folkestone. The Society had had four meeting places between 1813 and ...
Gedney Dyke Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Lincolnshire
Gedney Dyke is a hamlet in the parish of Gedney. The Wesleyan chapel here figured in a Victorian scandal concerning ...
Glassonby Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Cumbria
A Wesleyan Methodist society meeting in Glassonby first appeared in the records in 1831 (in the minutes of the Local ...
Irthlingborough, Chapel Street Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Northamptonshire
Irthlingborough, Chapel Street Wesleyan Methodist Chapel was created by converting a barn purchased for £60 in 1808. In 1851 it ...
Kington Chapel, postcard sent 01.04.1905
Laughton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel(s), Leicestershire
Information about Laughton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel is scant. In 1851 a chapel built in 1839 was being used It had ...
Leicester, Mere Road, Wesley Hall Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Leicestershire
Wesley Hall Wesleyan Methodist Chapel was built in 1896/7. The architects were Draper and Walters of Leicester. Their plan does ...
Loughborough, Leicester Road Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Leicestershire
Leicester Road Wesleyan Methodist Chapel was built in 1828/9. It was a neat red brick building which cost £2000 and ...
Maidstone, Tunbridge Road
The main Wesleyan Methodist chapel in Maidstone was built in Union Street in 1810, but by 1882 the town could ...
Memories of my Grandmother
This is my Grandma who was Edith Walton a Long Compton Methodist who gave a guinea. She was a wonderful Christian all ...
Newcastle: Bond Memorial WM Chapel and Manse, Benwell. Northumberland
Image from Newcastle Methodist District Archives
Record of plaques commemorating Elizabeth and Ann Hindle and George Ashburner, at Dalton Methodist Church (former Wesleyan Chapel)
Rev Walter Sellon, 1715-1792
And so, principally through Walter Sellon’s ministry and with the assistance of the likes of Fletcher and Romaine, Methodism became ...
Rothley, Owl/Howe Lane Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Leicestershire
Rothley, Owl/Howe Lane Wesleyan Methodist Chapel was built around 1825. In 1851 it provided 72 free and 18 other sittings. ...
Stoke Newington Sunday School
I have a keen interest in my Great Grandfather – Samuel Pierce who lived in the London district of Stoke ...
T.S. Gregory, Methodist Minister who converted to Roman Catholicism
Born in 1898 in 1898 in Benares, India, Theophilus Stephen Gregory was the third Wesleyan Methodist minister to bear those ...