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Northampton Wellingborough Road Wesleyan Reform Chapel, Northamptonshire
Wellingborough Road Wesleyan Reform Chapel was erected in 1852 and rebuilt in 1873 at a cost of £800. It was ...
Montrose, Baltic Street, Knox’s Chapel
Knox’s Chapel in Baltic Street, Montrose is now shared by the United Free Church of Scotland and the Methodist Church Site ...
Northampton, Welford Road, Kingsthorpe Methodist Chapel, Northamptonshire
In 1938 there was a cinema on this site. It could well be that this building, suitably modified was the ...
Northampton, Kingsthorpe High Street Methodist/Baptist Church
This attractive ironstone building erected in 1835 is being used by the Methodists pending the redevelopment of their Welford Road ...
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, ...
Dalton Methodist Church, Wellington St, Dalton-in-Furness, Cumbria War Memorials
Walsall Wood Ebenezer Methodist Church, Golden Anniversary, 1941, booklet part one
Walsall Wood Ebenezer Methodist Church, Golden Anniversary,1941, booklet part two
Ramsgate, Hardres Street Methodist Church, Kent
Hardres Street Methodist Church was built on the site of the former Bethel Wesleyan Chapel see https://www.mywesleyanmethodists.org.uk/content/chapels/kent/ramsgate-hardres-street-bethel-wesleyan-methodist-chapel-kent. It continues to be used ...
Rev Bill Ross "I Want to be a Missionary"
Rev William Ross died on 11th February 2019. This is his memoir submitted by his son John Ross.
Wymeswold Wesleyan Chapel war memorial
When the villagers of Wymeswold, in Leicestershire, decided how to remember their war dead they chose the practical option of ...
Sileby Primitive Methodist chapel war memorial
The Primitive Methodist chapel in King Street, Sileby has stood for 150 years. After the Second World War this memorial ...
Barrow on Soar Primitive Methodist Church roll of honour
Barrow on Soar Primitive Methodist Church, North Street, Barrow on Soar, appear to have designed their own roll of honour ...
Shepshed, Field Street memorial plaques
The Methodist Church in Shepshed, Leicestershire, is in Field Street and is the subject of an article in My Wesleyan ...
Lockwood, Mount Pleasant
Mount Pleasant Wesleyan, Lockwood lost the following thirty-one men. Further details of them may be found in “Huddersfield’s Roll of ...
Almondbury, St. John's
St. John’s Wesleyan, Almondbury lost the following fifteen men. Further details of them may be found in “Huddersfield’s Roll of ...
Longwood, Lamb Hall Road
Longwood Wesleyan was in Lamb Hill Road, and was a large church seating 726. They lost the following thirteen men. ...
Milnsbridge Wesleyan, near Huddersfield recorded the loss of the following seventeen men. Further details of them may be found in ...
Hull Mission, Queen's Hall
The Hull Mission had three buildings, Thornton Hall, King’s Hall and Queen’s Hall of which the Queen’s Hall in Alfred ...
Stoneferry, in the Kingston on Hull Circuit, lost two men Pte. George Westerdale 11556 1st Bn. East Yorkshire Regt. Sapper William Willis ...
Kirby Moorside, in the north of Yorkshire, recorded one loss. Pte. William Edwin Turnbull TR5/82322 90th Training Reserve Bn. King’s Own ...
Leeds, Halton Wesleyan
Halton Wesleyan, in the Richmond Hill, Leeds Circuit, was in Chapel Street and seated 400. Eleven men were lost. Gunner Edgar ...
Leeds, Trinity Roundhay Road
Trinity, Roundhay Road in the Harehills area of Leeds was a large church seating 886. Thirty three men are listed, ...
Middlesbrough, Winlands Road
Winlands Road Wesleyan, Middlesbrough is now the Mercuria Building of Teesside University. Six men from the church fell in the ...
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