Rev Samuel Chadwick

Rev Samuel Chadwick (1860–1932) was a Wesleyan Methodist minister. He served as President of the Wesleyan Methodist Conference, 1918–1919.

This bust is kept at Cliff College, Derbyshire


An illuminated address presented to Rev. Samuel Chadwick by Leeds Temperance Council in 1907

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  • An article published on My Primitive Methodists about Cliff College describes “Rev. S. Chadwick, one of the most effective mission preachers the Wesleyan Church possesses, is to become a tutor at Cliff.”

    Andrew Beresford has in his possession a bound illuminated address presented to Samuel Chadwick by the Leeds Temperance Council in 1907, a pdf of which is attached above.

    Andrew says that his Grandfather, Thomas Beresford, had strong ties to Cliff College and his father, Eric Beresford, was a student there in 40s/50/s before joining the C.I.M. His Great Grandad James Roylance had strong ties to Stockport Sunday School and the temperance movement which is why it is in his family.

    By Geoff Dickinson (08/09/2023)

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