Wesleyan Churches in the Bede Circuit (I-Z)

(operational between 1742 - 1932)

Isaacs Court Wesleyan Meeting House, Harton, South Shields
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Johnson's Hill Wesleyan Chapel, South Shields
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Kibblesworth Wesleyan Chapel
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Gateshead Fell Preaching House - the first Methodist meeting place in County Durham
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Low Fell Wesleyan Church c1900
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Low Fell Wesleyan Church, Harvest 1899
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Mile End Road Wesleyan Chapel, South Shields
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New Biddick Wesleyan Chapel, Washington 1900
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North Biddick (Washington) aka Joseph Cook Memorial c1900
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School Street Wesleyan Chapel, Hebburn
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Springwell Wesleyan Chapel, Gateshead 1901
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St. John's Wesleyan Church, Jarrow
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Team Colliery Wesleyan Chapel, Gateshead 1903
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Team Colliery Wesleyan Choir 1901, Gateshead
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former Templetown Wesleyan Chapel, South Shields
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former Mount Wesleyan/UMFC Chapel, Eighton Banks, Gateshead opened 1777
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Edith Avenue, Usworth, Wesleyan Chapel c1900
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Village Lane, Washington, Wesleyan Church 1900
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Washington Wesleyan Day School c1895
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Quality Row Preaching Room opened c1840, West Harton South Shields [photo c1904]
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West Harton, South Shields, Wesleyan Chapel c1904
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Wrekenton Wesleyan Chapel c1903
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Wrekenton Wesleyan Methodist Church opened 1903 [since replaced]
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  • “The Washington Wesleyan Day School” photo: Do you know where it was located? It seems there was one in Brandy Row beside the Catholic Church buildings in the1881 Census.

    By Delwyn Hyslop (10/11/2014)

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