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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
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
Market Harborough, Kings Head Place, formerly called Bowden Road, Wesleyan MethodistChapel, Leicestershire
Grid ref SP733876
Dearham WM Chapel (i), Cumberland
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Dearham Wesley WM Chapel, Cumberland (ii)
Grid ref NY072360
Fellside WM Rented Preaching Place, Cumberland
There were 40 sittings in 1873. In 1875 a day school providing 60 sittings was being used Sources Wesleyan seating returns, ...
Aspatria WM Chapel, Cumberland
Aspatria Chapel was built in 1899 when it was valued at £700. Plans for the installation of a heating chamber ...
Beckfoot WM rented preaching place, Cumberland
Beckfoot preaching place provided 40 sittings in 1873 Sources Wesleyan seating returns, 187
Bothel WM Chapel, Cumberland
Grid ref NY182389
Broughton Moor, Wyndham Row WM Rented Preaching Place, Cumberland
The first Wesleyan place of worship in Broughton Moor stood on the land northwest of the crossroads. It was a ...
Moorhouse WM preaching place, Cumberland
Services were held in the former Friends Meeting House. It was closed on 13 June 1960 due to a decline ...
Thurstonfield WM Chapel, Cumberland
Grid Ref NY318566
Farlam Hall WM preaching place
Services were being held at Farlam Hall in 1851. It provided 60 free seats. Sources The National Archives HO129/566/2/8
Forest Head WM preaching place, Cumberland
In 1851 services were being held in a shared building which had free seating for 60. Sources The National Archives HO129/566/1/8)
Hayton WM rented preaching place, Cumberland
Hayton WM rented preaching place had seating for 58 in 1851 and 60 in 1873. Sources The National Archives HO129/566/1/6 Wesleyan seating returns, ...
Hayton, Croft House WM rented preaching place, Cumberland
In 1851 services were being held in this shared building which provided 40 free sittings. Sources The National Archives HO129/566/1/9
Warwick Bridge, Beck Grange WM preaching place, Cumberland
It was built at an unspecified date and in 1851 it was used as a day school as well as ...
Durdar WM rented preaching place, Cumberland
In 1873 it had 160 sittings. It probably closed when Stoneraise Chapel was opened. Sources Wesleyan seating returns 1873
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