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Bowness on Windermere, Bank Road, WM Chapel, Westmorland
Grid ref SD346973
Grasmere WM Chapel, Westmorland
Grid ref NY337076
Wesleyan and Primitive Methodist periodicals
Link to British Online Archives
Edinburgh, Wesleyan Central Hall, Earl Grey Street
Central Hall was designed by Dunn and Findlay and erected in 1899-1901. In 1940 it had seating for 1167 on ...
Lerwick, Hillhead, Adam Clarke Wesleyan Chapel
The Adam Clarke Methodist Chapel was designed by William Parslow and erected in 1870-2. It had 500 sittings in 1873. ...
Scalloway, Meadowfield Place, Wesleyan Chapel
Scalloway Methodist Chapel was built in 1861. It had 126 sittings in 1873. These had been reduced to 149 by ...
Rev Clifford H Reed MA, MC
Clifford Hugh Reed was born in Exeter on 23 June 1888, the son of Caroline and William Henry Reed. Reed ...
Methodist Time Capsule
Time Capsule found in stone from Crewkerne Methodist Church
Rev Arthur Denman Martin
Member of The Magic Circle
Rev Walter Charles Wilks M.C.
Walter was born in Knutsford, Cheshire, in 1881, the youngest of Samuel Hawes and Maria Nice Wilks nine children. Samuel ...
Wesleyan Historic Roll volume 43
Baptism Certificate 1880
Lyndon Wesleyan Church, West Bromwich
St. John's Wesleyan Methodist Church, Blaydon, County Durham
The Methodists had a preaching house in Blaydon from the early nineteenth century, a Gateshead Wesleyan Methodist Circuit plan for ...
Ashby Road Wesleyan Methodist Sunday school
Sunday school prize 1933
Winlaton Wesleyan Methodist Chapel
Lichfield Lane, Winlaton, Co. Durham
Memories of Attercliffe Road Wesleyan Chapel, Sheffield
Including Band of Hope Queens
Wesleyan Historic Roll volume 06
Third London District
Wesleyan Historic Roll volume 41
Dumfries, Buccleugh Street WM Chapel, Dumfries and Galloway
Grid ref NX971763
Almondbury, St John's WM Chapel, Yorkshire
Grid ref SE167150
Huddersfield, Queen Street WM Chapel, Yorkshire
The chapel was built in 1819. The building is now used as a Theatre and Arts Centre Sources Site visit 26.02.2017
Rearsby Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Leicestershire
Still waters do not always run smooth
Lindal in Furness WM Chapel, Lancashire (now Cumbria)
Grid ref SD240758
Ulverston, Steel Street/North Lonsdale Road WM Chapel, Lancashire (now Cumbria)
Grid ref SD301781
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