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Thomas Clark of St Ives
My 3rd Great Grandfather, Master Mariner of St Ives, Cornwall (1741-1829) was a friend of John Wesley who stayed with ...
Thomas Capiter of Grimsby c1714-1772
Thomas Capiter was by all accounts one of the founding fathers of Methodism in Grimsby. He was born around 1714 ...
Mrs Fletcher of Madeley
Transcription of Sketch in the Christian Messenger by Rev. Albert A. Birchenough By a strange coincidence, Mary Bosanquet, the devoted wife ...
John Bennett, John Wesleys 'rival'
Transcription of Sketch in the Primitive Methodist Magazine by Fenton Allen Mr. John Bennett, the rival of John Wesley, and who ...
Hannah was born around 1740 and we are told that, as a young woman, she committed herself and her cause ...
Hannah Ball, friend of John Wesley and founder of the first Sunday School
Daughter of a farmer, Hannah was born on 13 March 1733 (or 1734 by the new calendar) and spent most ...
1708 – December 18 – Charles was born at Epworth Rectory in Lincolnshire, the 18th child of the Rector, Rev ...
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 ...
Poole, High Street chapel
The original Wesleyan chapel in Poole was built in Chapel Lane in 1793 at the expense of Robert Carr Brackenbury. ...
Sherborne Wesleyan Sunday School
The building illustrated was designed by Alexander Lauder of Barnstaple, and was built as the Sunday School for Cheap Street ...
Lychett Minster Wesleyan chapel, Dorset
This building was the Wesleyan chapel on Wareham Road, Lychett Minster. Built to seat 204, at the time of the 1940 ...
Morthoe Wesleyan chapel
The building illustrated, in the Ilfracombe Circuit, was designed by W.H. Gould of Ilfracombe. Grid Ref: SS455452 Reference: The twenty-fourth annual report ...
Newton Abbot, Courteney Street
The first Wesleyan chapel in Newton Abbot was on Mill Lane, and built in 1817. The society moved to a ...
Ipplepen, Newton Abbot Circuit
The chapel of 1865/6 replaced a previous Wesleyan chapel of 1826. Throughout the history of the chapel it has always been ...
Landkey, Barnstaple Circuit
The building illustrated was designed by Alexander Lauder of Barnstaple (1836-1921). It is now a Grade II listed building. In 1873 it ...
Barnstaple, Boutport Street
The building illustrated was designed by Alexander Lauder of Barnstaple (1836-1921) who was Head Teacher at Barnstaple School of Art, ...
Ilfracombe, Ropery Green
The building illustrated was designed by Alexander Lauder of Barnstaple in 1863, and was the third Wesleyan chapel to be ...
Launceston, Wesley, Castle Street
This building was designed by James Hine and Alfred Newman of Plymouth, and replaced a previous chapel on the same ...
Chynhale Wesleyan chapel
Chynhale, or Trevarno, chapel was designed by James Hicks of Redruth, and opened in 1879. James Hicks, FRIBA, MSA (1846-1896) was ...
Perranwell, Wesley chapel
The building illustrated, in the Falmouth Circuit, was designed by James Hicks of Redruth, and opened in 1878. James Hicks FRIBA, ...
Brunswick Wesleyan Methodist Church, Liverpool
Three of my second cousins once removed got married at Brunswick Wesleyan Methodist Church, Liverpool in August & December 1910 ...
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 ...
Rev Henry Carter, pioneer of the Methodist Refugee Fund (forerunner of All We Can)
Henry Carter was born in Plymouth in 1874, the son of George Henry R. Carter, a cooper, and Lavinia Johns, ...
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 ...
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