David Young

My pages:

Page link: Juniper Hill, Oxfordshire
Juniper Hill, Oxfordshire
Also known as Lark Rise
Page link: Rhosllanerchrugog
two vanished chapels
Page link: The Bourne Valley Fellowship
The Bourne Valley Fellowship
Andover Circuit, 1950s (Hurstbourne Tarrant section)
Page link: Haxby, Yorkshire
Haxby, Yorkshire
two photos only
Page link: Warter, East Yorkshire
Warter, East Yorkshire
Wolds chapels
Page link: Moss Nant chapel
Moss Nant chapel
near Wrexham
Page link: Newtown Mountain
Newtown Mountain
another vanished chapel
Page link: Eyton, North Wales
Eyton, North Wales
formerly Denbighshire
Page link: Rhostyllen, Wrexham
Rhostyllen, Wrexham
vanished chapel
Page link: Bishopstone, Wiltshire
Bishopstone, Wiltshire
"Yonder country is ours"
Page link: Combe, Hampshire
Combe, Hampshire
(now in Berkshire)
Page link: Gore End, Hampshire
Gore End, Hampshire
...and East Woodhay
Page link: Rev F. C. Young
Rev F. C. Young
Hong Kong and Quebec (Co. Durham)
Page link: Lightwood Green, North Wales
Lightwood Green, North Wales
Which Lightwood Green?
Page link: Bettisfield, North Wales
Bettisfield, North Wales
an unusual story
Page link: Cloy
first Primitive Methodist chapel in North Wales
Page link: Penyffordd, Flintshire
Penyffordd, Flintshire
three churches combined
Page link: Willington, Flintshire
Willington, Flintshire
a mystery chapel
Page link: Cynon Valley, South Wales
Cynon Valley, South Wales
Some Primitive Methodist chapels
Page link: St Weonards, Herefordshire
St Weonards, Herefordshire
something of a mystery?
Page link: Yorkshire (East Riding)
Yorkshire (East Riding)
Stamford Bridge and other chapel photos and information
Page link: Bettisfield
with Breaden Heath, Lyneal, and James Butler
Page link: Talwrn Green, North Wales
Talwrn Green, North Wales
Methodists in the Cockpit
Page link: Pontyblew, North Wales
Pontyblew, North Wales
"Bridge of Hair"
Page link: Buckley, Flintshire
Buckley, Flintshire
Page link: Mold, North Wales
Mold, North Wales
and nearby places in the early Chester Circuit
Page link: Aberaman
First English chapel in the area
Page link: Shropshire (Oswestry Circuit)
Shropshire (Oswestry Circuit)
Welsh-language mission
Page link: Froncysyllte
...and Richard Jones
Page link: North Wales
North Wales
Primitive Methodist chapels
Page link: Andover Circuit
Andover Circuit
Hampshire and Wiltshire
Page link: William Mason
William Mason
a Primitive Methodist soldier
Page link: Aston on Clun, Shropshire
Aston on Clun, Shropshire
(and the Baptists)
Page link: Wrexham
Beast Market Chapel, 1857-79
Page link: Stoke
in the Bourne Valley, Hampshire
Page link: Caer Estyn, Flintshire
Caer Estyn, Flintshire
demolished chapel
Page link: Chester
The Introduction of Primitive Methodism
Page link: Brinkworth District
Brinkworth District
looking back from 1932
Page link: Ramsbury, Wiltshire
Ramsbury, Wiltshire
"The voice of thy thunder was in the heaven" - Psalm 77:18
Page link: Knolton, North Wales
Knolton, North Wales
"Peace be within thy walls."
Page link: Littledown Primitive Methodist Chapel, Hampshire
Littledown Primitive Methodist Chapel, Hampshire
"with inextinguishable blaze"
Page link: Sawston Primitive Methodist Chapel, Cambridgeshire
Sawston Primitive Methodist Chapel, Cambridgeshire
with Cambridge University Methodist Society
Page link: Pontfaen PM Chapel, Shropshire
Pontfaen PM Chapel, Shropshire
What hath God wrought
Page link: William Hawkins
William Hawkins
local preacher, Weston, Berkshire
Page link: Binley, Hampshire
Binley, Hampshire
the worth of a Christian home
Page link: East Ilsley, Berkshire
East Ilsley, Berkshire
Primitive Methodist travelling preacher, Elizabeth Smith
Page link: Rhosymedre PM Chapel, nr Wrexham, Wales
Rhosymedre PM Chapel, nr Wrexham, Wales
oldest chapel still in use in the circuit
Page link: Quick's Green Primitive Methodist Chapel, Berkshire
Quick's Green Primitive Methodist Chapel, Berkshire
and some famous Primitive Methodist ministers
Page link: Wyke Regis PM Chapel, Dorset
Wyke Regis PM Chapel, Dorset
nearly full circle?
Page link: Longparish, Hampshire
Longparish, Hampshire
Chapel House and chapel roof
Page link: Upton, Hampshire
Upton, Hampshire
A chapel with some mystery about it.
Page link: Whitchurch, Hampshire
Whitchurch, Hampshire
A new Society is born
Page link: Charles Few and J. Broad
Charles Few and J. Broad
Hampshire local preachers
Page link: Dummer, Hampshire
Dummer, Hampshire
Primitive Methodism as I see it
Page link: Steventon, Hampshire
Steventon, Hampshire
Mitcheldever Circuit
Page link: Hurstbourne Priors, Hampshire
Hurstbourne Priors, Hampshire
also known as Down Hurstbourne
Page link: Oakley Primitive Methodist Chapel, Hampshire
Oakley Primitive Methodist Chapel, Hampshire
a chapel, and a local preacher
Page link: Upper Slaughter, Gloucestershire
Upper Slaughter, Gloucestershire
a vanished way of life
Page link: Hannington, Hampshire
Hannington, Hampshire
a small chapel, a personal reminiscence
Page link: Andover, Hampshire
Andover, Hampshire
How Primitive Methodism came to Andover
Page link: Wherwell, Hampshire
Wherwell, Hampshire
Primitive and Wesleyan Methodists
Page link: Colchester, Essex
Colchester, Essex
Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Page link: Burghclere, Hampshire
Burghclere, Hampshire
& Thomas Russell
Page link: Newnham, Hampshire
Newnham, Hampshire
and help from a publican
Page link: Llay, Denbighshire
Llay, Denbighshire
in the Chester Primitive Methodist Circuit
Page link: Basingstoke
& William Merritt
Page link: Brinkworth, Wiltshire
Brinkworth, Wiltshire
Primitive Methodist Chapel
Page link: Charter Alley, Hants
Charter Alley, Hants
Beginnings and personal visit
Page link: Myddle, Shropshire
Myddle, Shropshire
Primitive Methodist Chapel, 1842
Page link: Wootton St Lawrence, Hants
Wootton St Lawrence, Hants
Early history, more recent experience

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