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Trinity, Whiteladies Road, Redland, Bristol
Designed by Samuel Hancorn of Newport, Monmouthshire, this building could seat 721 in 1873, but at the time of the ...
Barking Wesleyan Chapel
This building, designed by Pocock, Corfe and Parker , and opened in 1869, could seat 511 according to the 1873 ...
Leigh on Sea Wesleyan chapel, Essex
This chapel was designed by Charles Bell, architect of Wesley Memorial in Oxford, to seat 300. Within twenty years it had ...
Rochford Wesleyan chapel
The first Wesleyan chapel in Rochford was opened in Market Alley in 1822, and the society moved to North Street ...
Rickmansworth Wesleyan chapel
The building illustrated, in High Street replaced an earlier chapel, and could seat 404. At the time of the 1940 Statistical ...
Belize Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Honduras Bay
The Wesleyan Methodist work in British Honduras began in 1825, in the main town of the Colony, Belize. A full ...
Torquay, Rock Road Wesleyan Chapel
The building illustrated was designed by Edward Appleton , and built on Rock Road in 1853. It replaced the first ...
The Family of John and Charles Wesley
JOHN WESLEY was born in Epworth in 1706 and was said to have a solemn disposition and to have resembled ...
Susanna Wesley, the Mother of the Wesleys
Transcription of Sketch in the Christian Messenger by Rev. Albert A. Birchenough Susanna, the accomplished wife of the Rev. Samuel Wesley, ...
John Wesley in London
Samuel WESLEY was the second son of John WESLEY of Whitchurch in Dorset. On 12th November 1688 at Marylebone Old ...
Eliza Ritchie, Wesley's Nurse
Transcription of Sketch in the Christian Messenger Albert A. Birchenough Miss Elizabeth Ritchie, who in her later womanhood became Mrs. Mortimer, ...
Are you related to the Wesleys?
Are you related to the Wesleys? A comprehensive genealogical record of the Wesleys has been put together and we welcome ...
Cotherstone Wesleyan chapel
According to Steele, the first chapel in Cotherstone in the Barnard Castle was opened in 1777. Membership figures for the ...
This Wesleyan chapel was opened in 1903 and seated 746. It replaced an earlier chapel elsewhere on Old Elvet opened ...
High House Chapel
High House, between St. John’s Chapel and Ireshopeburn in Weardale is one of two chapels in County Durham claiming to ...
Newbiggin, in Teesdale, is one of two chapels in County Durham claiming to be the oldest Methodist chapel in continuous ...
Middleton in Teesdale, Chapel Row Wesleyan
Middleton in Teesdale is a service centre for the dale, so the Methodist cause has fared better than in the ...
Yeovil, Vicarage Street
The first Wesleyan Methodist chapel in Yeovil was built in Middle Street in 1824. At the time of the 1851 ...
Dunster, Ebenezer Wesleyan chapel and the Wesleyan School, Mill Lane
The first Methodist chapel in Dunster was Ebenezer Chapel. As can be seen, this opened on September 2nd 1811. A ...
Bowes Wesleyan chapel, North Riding
Bowes is in that part of Yorkshire that was transferred to County Durham in 1974. The first appearance of Bowes in ...
Barnard Castle, Trinity Wesleyan chapel
The current Methodist church in Barnard Castle was opened on March 30, 1894, so the members are currently celebrating 125 ...
Barnard Castle, Broadgates Wesleyan
Methodism in Barnard Castle dates to 1747 when a small group of men and women met each evening in a ...
Clevedon Wesleyan chapel, Linden Road
The building illustrated was designed by Herbert H. Jones of Bristol in 1882. At the time of the 1940 Statistical Returns, ...
Dunster, West Street Wesleyan Chapel
The Wesleyan Methodists moved from Ebenezer Chapel to West Street in 1832, and West Street chapel was rebuilt 1878 by ...
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