Chesterfield, Saltergate

Chesterfield, Saltergate chapel
Wesleyan Chapel Committee

The chapel in the classical style illustrated here was the third on the site. In 1873 the seating was calculated as 591. This increased to 650 in 1940, and then down to 500 according to the 1970 returns. The building is still in use as a Methodist church.

Grid Ref: SK382712

Reference: The seventeenth annual report of the Wesleyan Chapel Committee, 1871 page 131

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  • My great grandfather, Fred Shepherd, and great grandmother, Edith Elizabeth Frost were married here in 1884.
    Fred Shepherd was a keen Methodist, and had started the Band of Hope at Mosborough Primitive Methodist Chapel when he was 15 years old. When he moved to Sheffield he continued his work with the Band of Hope Union and held various positions in the Methodist Church.

    By Heather Williams (17/11/2020)

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