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Joseph Cownley, Methodist Minister, 1723-1792
Early years Joseph Cownley was born on 23 Jun 1723 in Leominster, Herefordshire, and baptised on 7 Jul 1723. His father ...
Club Day Banner and Group, Brunswick Wesleyan Chapel,Leek Staffs
The 2 photographs were taken in the early 1930s in Leek, Staffordshire, outside the Regent Street Schoolrooms of Brunswick Methodist ...
Leicester, Belgrave Road/Rothley Street, Belgrave Wesleyan Hall and Mantle Memorial School, , Leicestershire
This large building was designed by local architect, Arthur Wakeley. The school facing Rothley Street opened in 1897 and the ...
Heather Wesleyan Methodist chapel
Newton Road, Heather LE67 2RD
Birmingham, Corporation Street, Wesleyan Methodist Central Hall, Warwickshire
Corporation Street Wesleyan Methodist Central Hall was probably built early in the twentieth century. It is a vast building occupying ...
Wesleyan Methodist Ministers on IWM Lives of the First World War
A Community Group has been set up on the Imperial War Museum Lives of the First World War website. This ...
Lutterworth, Bakehouse Lane/Baker Street Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Leicestershire
Grid ref SP 543844
Lutterworth, Bitteswell Road, Wycliffe Memorial Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Leicestershire
Grid ref SP543846
Sheffield, Crookesmoor Road, St John's Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Yorkshire
In 1940 St John’s Wesleyan Methodist Chapel had seating for 740 in pews. There were three schoolrooms and sixteen other ...
Wesley Memorial Church, Oxford
Acresford Methodist Church
Acresford is a hamlet on the border between Leicestershire and Derbyshire and situated some 6 miles from Ashby de la ...
Great Glen Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Leicestershire
Grid ref SP656978
Kibworth Beauchamp Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Leicestershire
Grid ref SP982937
Lazonby, Abbott Moss WM rented preaching place, Cumberland
In 1851 part of a dwelling was being used. Sources The National Archives HO129/565/3/9 Ecclesiastical Census
Kirkoswald WM Chapel, Cumberland (i)
Kirkoswald Chapel was built in1821 at a cost of £150. In 1851 it had 94 free and 94 other sittings. ...
Kirkoswald WM Chapel, Main Street, Cumberland
Grid ref NY554414
Lazonby, Main Street, WM Chapel, Cumberland
Grid Ref NY547396
Robert William Perks M.P.
Sir Christopher Furness, M.P., J.P., D.L.
Market Harborough, Northampton Road
This chapel replaced the one in Kings Head Place, described elsewhere on this site by G.W. Oxley. In the 1873 ...
Ashby-de-la-Zouche Wesleyan chapel
The chapel in Ashby was built in 1869. In the 1873 returns it was recorded as having 580 seats, increasing ...
Desborough, Lower Street Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Northamptonshire
Grid ref SK803831
Desborough, Victoria Street Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Northamptonshire
Grid ref SJ806834
Leicester, King Richard's Road Wesleyan Methodist Chapel now known as St Andrews Methodist Church Centre, Leicestershire
Grid ref SK576044
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