Jill Barber

My pages:

Page link: Charles Cooper (1842-1905)
Charles Cooper (1842-1905)
Local preacher of Langford, Oxfordshire
Page link: Alderman Thomas J Hilton
Alderman Thomas J Hilton
leading light of Rhodes Primitive Methodist Church, Middleton, Lancs
Page link: Sarah Airey (1851-94)
Sarah Airey (1851-94)
of Balterley
Page link: Samuel Barber
Samuel Barber
1783-1828
Page link: Tunstall Primitive Methodist Church
Tunstall Primitive Methodist Church
My Family and other Primitive Methodists
Page link: The Primitive Standard (1853-54)
The Primitive Standard (1853-54)
'Earnest Christianity, Peace, Temperance and the Voluntary Principle'
Page link: William Holt (1792-1878) Farmer and Local Preacher
William Holt (1792-1878) Farmer and Local Preacher
of Old Clee, Grimsby, Lincolnshire
Page link: Thomas Holliday
Thomas Holliday
1797-1858
Page link: Poynton Primitive Methodist Chapel, Cheshire
Poynton Primitive Methodist Chapel, Cheshire
3 chapels: 1851, 1879, 1905
Page link: Milfield Primitive Methodist Church
Milfield Primitive Methodist Church
near Wooler, Northumberland
Page link: Newtown Primitive Methodist Church
Newtown Primitive Methodist Church
interior of which one?
Page link: Goole Primitive Methodist Church
Goole Primitive Methodist Church
Carlisle St, North Humberside, DN14 5DU
Page link: Primitive Methodist Sunday School
Primitive Methodist Sunday School
possibly Skellgate?
Page link: Trimingham, 'The Cart-Shed Chapel'
Trimingham, 'The Cart-Shed Chapel'
North Walsham Circuit, Norfolk
Page link: Albert Bateman (1886-?)
Albert Bateman (1886-?)
Conscientious Objector
Page link: George Henderson (1893-1919)
George Henderson (1893-1919)
Conscientious Objector
Page link: John George Winter (1892-1918)
John George Winter (1892-1918)
Died as a Conscientious Objector
Page link: Henry Haston (1892-1918)
Henry Haston (1892-1918)
CO who died at Princetown Work Centre
Page link: Kaber Primitive Methodist Chapel
Kaber Primitive Methodist Chapel
near Kirkby Stephen
Page link: Primitive Methodist Mission Car
Primitive Methodist Mission Car
Alfred Russell and Francis Dodgson
Page link: Emily Mary Kendall, nee Lessware, formerly Ellis  (1866-1933)
Emily Mary Kendall, nee Lessware, formerly Ellis (1866-1933)
Circuit Superintendent and Suffragette?
Page link: Thomas Brownsword
Thomas Brownsword
1801-1867
Page link: New Zealand Primitive Methodist Ministers by Circuit
New Zealand Primitive Methodist Ministers by Circuit
update to Leary's Directory, Oct 2015
Page link: Collycroft, 'Ebenezer' Primitive Methodist Church
Collycroft, 'Ebenezer' Primitive Methodist Church
Orchard Street, Bedworth, CW12 8BW
Page link: Robert Thomas and the 'Christian Methodists' of Bickerton, Cheshire
Robert Thomas and the 'Christian Methodists' of Bickerton, Cheshire
'Superintendent' of his own circuit for at least 19 years
Page link: Jamestown, South Africa
Jamestown, South Africa
1st chapel opened 1876
Page link: Aliwal North 1849-1879
Aliwal North 1849-1879
The arrival of Primitive Methodism
Page link: Witton Park Primitive Methodist Chapel
Witton Park Primitive Methodist Chapel
laying of foundation stone 1883
Page link: Ashton-under-Lyne Primitive Methodist Chapel
Ashton-under-Lyne Primitive Methodist Chapel
Is this Providence, Katherine Street?
Page link: Mrs Johnson
Mrs Johnson
PM Conference 1904
Page link: George Green
George Green
Vice President of PM Conference, 1904
Page link: Robert Hind
Robert Hind
1851-1909
Page link: Joseph Johnson
Joseph Johnson
1860-1944
Page link: Ruth Ellen Storer, 'Girl Preacher'
Ruth Ellen Storer, 'Girl Preacher'
Upper Denby, Huddersfield
Page link: Sister Annie
Sister Annie
Leicester
Page link: Hull; George Lamb Memorial Chapel
Hull; George Lamb Memorial Chapel
opened 1894; destroyed by fire 2015
Page link: Holborn Hall
Holborn Hall
Primitive Methodist Connexional Headquarters
Page link: John Fletcher Redhead (1889-1915)
John Fletcher Redhead (1889-1915)
killed in action at Gallipoli
Page link: Henry William Firth, Conscientious Objector
Henry William Firth, Conscientious Objector
Died in Princetown Work Centre, Dartmoor, 1918
Page link: First PM Missionary Society Medal
First PM Missionary Society Medal
awarded to Sam Holdsworth in 1924
Page link: John Maylard
John Maylard
A Patchwork Quilt and its Story
Page link: Daddy McFoy
Daddy McFoy
Fernando Po
Page link: Elizabeth 'Mamma' Job
Elizabeth 'Mamma' Job
Fernando Po
Page link: Eyemouth Primitive Methodist Chapel
Eyemouth Primitive Methodist Chapel
1st chapel, built 1835
Page link: Elizabeth Elliot (1810-25) of Oswestry
Elizabeth Elliot (1810-25) of Oswestry
A remarkable Local Preacher
Page link: State of the PM Connexion in 1843
State of the PM Connexion in 1843
Letter from Hugh Bourne to John Brownson
Page link: Edward Luctkar
Edward Luctkar
1875-1966
Page link: Did the Primitive Methodists have the equivalent of JMA?
Did the Primitive Methodists have the equivalent of JMA?
- and if so did they have their own medals?
Page link: Peter Cork, of Crewe (1827-67)
Peter Cork, of Crewe (1827-67)
Englesea Brook Primitive Methodist Graveyard
Page link: Edwin Salmon (1841-1863)
Edwin Salmon (1841-1863)
Englesea Brook Primitive Methodist Graveyard
Page link: William Owen (1898-1918)
William Owen (1898-1918)
Packmoor Primitive Methodist Church
Page link: Tom and Hannah Townsend of Shipley
Tom and Hannah Townsend of Shipley
Obscure Provincial Lives
Page link: Tunstall Primitive Methodist, Jubilee Chapel, 1905
Tunstall Primitive Methodist, Jubilee Chapel, 1905
refurbished and reopened in 1905
Page link: Featherstone Phillipson (1827-1881)
Featherstone Phillipson (1827-1881)
of Stanhope, Weardale
Page link: Hindon Primitive Methodist Church, Wiltshire
Hindon Primitive Methodist Church, Wiltshire
formerly in Shaftesbury and Gillingham circuit
Page link: Matthew Amer
Matthew Amer
1869-1958
Page link: Pillowell Primitive Methodist Church
Pillowell Primitive Methodist Church
2nd chapel built 1885
Page link: Hartley College students, 1893-95
Hartley College students, 1893-95
Can you help identify these men?
Page link: Mrs P Taylor, 'a worthy example'
Mrs P Taylor, 'a worthy example'
Edward Street Primitive Methodist Chapel, Langley Green
Page link: Tom Wilson, of Leeds
Tom Wilson, of Leeds
'Gypsy Tom'
Page link: Thurnscoe East Primitive Methodist Chapel, Coronation Road
Thurnscoe East Primitive Methodist Chapel, Coronation Road
near Doncaster, West Riding, Yorkshire
Page link: 'Letters Home' from Hartley College, 1911
'Letters Home' from Hartley College, 1911
by Thomas Dryden Phillipson
Page link: Life on the Home Front 1915-18
Life on the Home Front 1915-18
Extracts from the Household Annuals of the Phillipson Family
Page link: Leeds; Brudenell Road Primitive Methodist Chapel
Leeds; Brudenell Road Primitive Methodist Chapel
built by Benjamin Walmsley, 1893
Page link: 'Three Months with the Colours'
'Three Months with the Colours'
Harold Phillipson, enlisted in RFA, 1916
Page link: Jack Foister, one of the 35 'Frenchmen'
Jack Foister, one of the 35 'Frenchmen'
Sentenced to death for disobeying military orders
Page link: A special class ticket?
A special class ticket?
Madge Forrester, Ramsor, 1908
Page link: Harold Henry Woodward (1878-1949)
Harold Henry Woodward (1878-1949)
WW1 Primitive Methodist Chaplain
Page link: 'Sensational Trial at the Congleton Police Court:
'Sensational Trial at the Congleton Police Court:
A Minister's Alleged Libel on the WAAC'
Page link: Soldiers' Letters, Farnworth, 1917
Soldiers' Letters, Farnworth, 1917
Queen Street Primitive Methodist Sunday School
Page link: Cyril Antliff Humphries (1896-1924)
Cyril Antliff Humphries (1896-1924)
The 'terrible fruit' of the trenches
Page link: Francis John Harper (1880-1966)
Francis John Harper (1880-1966)
A Primitive Methodist Minister who served in the armed forces in WW1
Page link: Romsey Primitive Methodist Chapel, Hampshire
Romsey Primitive Methodist Chapel, Hampshire
1st chapel in The Hundred (1845), 2nd chapel in Middlebridge Street (1895)
Page link: Tom Rowland Spray
Tom Rowland Spray
WW1 Army Chaplain (1915-19)
Page link: Houghton le Spring Circuit, Co Durham
Houghton le Spring Circuit, Co Durham
Rev A J Chessum and local members, 10 June 1909
Page link: Tom Rowland Spray
Tom Rowland Spray
1890-1973
Page link: Election at Belper, 1906
Election at Belper, 1906
Passive Resister beats Auctioneer
Page link: Passive Resistance to Mr Balfour's Education Act
Passive Resistance to Mr Balfour's Education Act
Jeremiah Ratcliffe's 'Burning Issue', 1903
Page link: Folk Religion: A God Who Intervenes
Folk Religion: A God Who Intervenes
Primitive Methodism in Hampshire
Page link: Robert Wright
Robert Wright
The Diary of a Conscientious Objector, 1916-1918
Page link: Birchmoor
Birchmoor
Primitive Methodism around Tamworth 5
Page link: Warton
Warton
Primitive Methodism around Tamworth 4
Page link: Amington
Amington
Primitive Methodism around Tamworth 3
Page link: Alvecote
Alvecote
Primitive Methodism around Tamworth 2
Page link: Glascote
Glascote
Primitive Methodism around Tamworth 1
Page link: William Ralph Done (1892-1976)
William Ralph Done (1892-1976)
Conscientious Objector
Page link: Gilmore Dando (1896-1962)
Gilmore Dando (1896-1962)
In Horfield Prison, Bristol, 1919
Page link: Spencer Alfred Lockett (1890-1967)
Spencer Alfred Lockett (1890-1967)
An objection to taking Human Life
Page link: Prees Heath Primitive Methodist Church
Prees Heath Primitive Methodist Church
'An Appreciation' from Gunner Watson, 1917
Page link: Excelsior Mission, The Soldiers' Church, 1918
Excelsior Mission, The Soldiers' Church, 1918
The impact of war on the church
Page link: Albert John Wigley (1863-1941)
Albert John Wigley (1863-1941)
A circuit minister in wartime
Page link: Robert Wright
Robert Wright
Transcript of newspaper report of Military Tribunal, 1916
Page link: Thomas Sands
Thomas Sands
WW1 Chaplain
Page link: George Standing, CBE, DSO, MC (1875-1966)
George Standing, CBE, DSO, MC (1875-1966)
Senior United Board Army Chaplain
Page link: Robert Featherstone Wearmouth (1882-1963)
Robert Featherstone Wearmouth (1882-1963)
Miner, Soldier and Minister
Page link: Joseph Firth OBE (1885-1973)
Joseph Firth OBE (1885-1973)
Awarded the Military Cross
Page link: Ernest S Emmitt
Ernest S Emmitt
Awarded the Military Cross
Page link: George Kendall OBE (1882-1961)
George Kendall OBE (1882-1961)
WW1 Army Chaplain
Page link: William Leighton Dann (1890-1961)
William Leighton Dann (1890-1961)
'A Pronounced Pacifist'
Page link: J George Bennett
J George Bennett
1895-1915
Page link: Philip J Fisher
Philip J Fisher
'Khaki Vignettes'
Page link: Wilfred Austin Salt
Wilfred Austin Salt
Wounded at Mons
Page link: Emanuel Nunes Ribeiro (1883-1995)
Emanuel Nunes Ribeiro (1883-1995)
A Salford Hunger Striker
Page link: Albert Spencer
Albert Spencer
'Conscience or Funk?'
Page link: Robert Wright (1889-1964)
Robert Wright (1889-1964)
Conscientious Objector and Local Preacher
Page link: Bourne College
Bourne College
Those who served (1914-18)
Page link: Tunstall, Jubilee PM Church
Tunstall, Jubilee PM Church
Memorial tablets (1914-18)
Page link: Samuel Finney (1857-1935)
Samuel Finney (1857-1935)
North Staffs Miners' Association
Page link: Primitive Methodism in Nottingham
Primitive Methodism in Nottingham
An overview of its churches in 1916
Page link: Ellen Clarke
Ellen Clarke
Burland PM Sunday School 1888
Page link: William Hall
William Hall
1845-1879
Page link: Samuel Parkes Cadman
Samuel Parkes Cadman
One of Telford's Forgotten Heroes
Page link: Atherton Primitive Methodist Chapel
Atherton Primitive Methodist Chapel
Atherton is now part of The Wigan Borough
Page link: Whitby; Church Street Primitive Methodist Chapel
Whitby; Church Street Primitive Methodist Chapel
3rd Chapel, built 1903, thanks to 'devoted women'
Page link: John Davison (1799-1884)
John Davison (1799-1884)
Monument in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, Canada
Page link: John Batey (1852-1925)
John Batey (1852-1925)
Northumberland Colliery Mechanics Association
Page link: Howlet Primitive Methodist Chapel, Pelton Fell, Durham
Howlet Primitive Methodist Chapel, Pelton Fell, Durham
first chapel opened 1862, rebuilt 1870
Page link: Sir George Edwards
Sir George Edwards
National Union of Agricultural Workers
Page link: Tower Lane Primitive Methodist Chapel, Swansea
Tower Lane Primitive Methodist Chapel, Swansea
the first PM chapel in Swansea, built 1836
Page link: Burston Primitive Methodist Chapel, Norfolk
Burston Primitive Methodist Chapel, Norfolk
and the Burston School Strike
Page link: Ramshaw Primitive Methodist Chapel
Ramshaw Primitive Methodist Chapel
near Evenwood, County Durham
Page link: Minutes of a Meeting held at Nottingham, August 1819
Minutes of a Meeting held at Nottingham, August 1819
by the Delegates of the Society of People called Primitive Methodists, Known also by the Name of Ranters
Page link: Rawmarsh, Dale Road, Primitive Methodist Chapel
Rawmarsh, Dale Road, Primitive Methodist Chapel
Rotherham District, Yorkshire
Page link: William Clowes Grave
William Clowes Grave
Hull General Cemetery
Page link: Snettisham and Docking Primitive Methodist Chapels, Norfolk
Snettisham and Docking Primitive Methodist Chapels, Norfolk
Social poverty and spiritual richness
Page link: Creegbrawse PM Chapel, built 1828
Creegbrawse PM Chapel, built 1828
formerly in the Redruth Circuit, now a private house
Page link: St Day, Scorrier Street
St Day, Scorrier Street
formerly in the Redruth Circuit
Page link: Lanner Moor PM Chapel
Lanner Moor PM Chapel
formerly in the Redruth Circuit, now a dance studio
Page link: Higher Carnkie PM Chapel, Cornwall
Higher Carnkie PM Chapel, Cornwall
formerly in the Redruth Circuit, now a private house
Page link: Wrinehill, Staffs
Wrinehill, Staffs
Camp meeting and love feast, 1825
Page link: Wrinehill, Staffs
Wrinehill, Staffs
Camp meeting, 1819
Page link: James Clifton (1780-1866)
James Clifton (1780-1866)
of Englesea Brook
Page link: John Bagnall
John Bagnall
1820-1889
Page link: Joseph Platt
Joseph Platt
1813-1854
Page link: John Silvester (1774-1869)
John Silvester (1774-1869)
of Checkley, Cheshire
Page link: Thomas Higginson, 1809-1860, of Barthomley
Thomas Higginson, 1809-1860, of Barthomley
Killed by a luggage train
Page link: Brampton, Cumbria
Brampton, Cumbria
The Manse: 'Bourne'
Page link: Walton PM Chapel
Walton PM Chapel
a poem by Nathan Rowntree, early 20th century
Page link: Ruyton XI Towns, PM Chapel, Shopshire
Ruyton XI Towns, PM Chapel, Shopshire
Raising money for a new harmonium, 1878
Page link: Ruyton of the Eleven Towns: The Annual Wakes
Ruyton of the Eleven Towns: The Annual Wakes
How to keep men away from the public houses
Page link: Brampton Primitive Methodist Chapel, Moatside
Brampton Primitive Methodist Chapel, Moatside
Built in 1879 and demolished in 2013
Page link: Bowran Family
Bowran Family
including John George Bowran, also known as 'Ramsay Guthrie'
Page link: Cloud PM Chapel, Cheshire
Cloud PM Chapel, Cheshire
built in 1815; the oldest PM chapel still in continuous use
Page link: Nigeria, West Coast
Nigeria, West Coast
First Primitive Methodist service held here in 1893
Page link: Baila-Batonga, Central Africa
Baila-Batonga, Central Africa
Rev H Buckenham led the first mission to this area in 1889
Page link: Johannesburg, South Africa
Johannesburg, South Africa
formerly part of Aliwal North Circuit
Page link: Aliwal North, South Africa
Aliwal North, South Africa
Atlas of PM Missions, 1920
Page link: Fernando Po
Fernando Po
First visited by Primitive Methodists in 1869
Page link: Ilford; Primitive Methodist Chapels
Ilford; Primitive Methodist Chapels
now part of London Borough of Redbridge
Page link: John George Wilding
John George Wilding
A mystery solved
Page link: Englesea Brook Primitive Methodist Chapel
Englesea Brook Primitive Methodist Chapel
Celebrating the Centenary in 1928
Page link: Aiskew PM Chapel, Yorkshire
Aiskew PM Chapel, Yorkshire
Three buildings in one
Page link: Elmfield College, York
Elmfield College, York
Presented by Stanley R Slack, 1925
Page link: Memento of Foundation Stone Ceremony, 1893
Memento of Foundation Stone Ceremony, 1893
Central Primitive Methodist Church, Northumberland Road, Newcastle-on-Tyne
Page link: Stone laying of PM Chapel, Hexham-on-Tyne
Stone laying of PM Chapel, Hexham-on-Tyne
presented to Mrs Mews, 1908
Page link: Prize awarded to Doris Penlington
Prize awarded to Doris Penlington
Talke Pits Primitive Methodist Sunday School
Page link: Centenary of Primitive Methodism, 1807-1907
Centenary of Primitive Methodism, 1807-1907
Presented to A L Wilkinson
Page link: First World War
First World War
W Eldin, Primitive Methodist Chapel Albion Street, Dalehall
Page link: Faringdon Circuit Primitive Methodist Preachers' Plan
Faringdon Circuit Primitive Methodist Preachers' Plan
1840-41 (with handwritten annual report on reverse)
Page link: Mount Pleasant
Mount Pleasant
where the first Camp meeting was held
Page link: Brindley Ford, PM Chapel
Brindley Ford, PM Chapel
First chapel built c1862
Page link: Ranters in Oswestry
Ranters in Oswestry
A Prisoner for the Gospel, 1823
Page link: A Popular Hymn
A Popular Hymn
'The little cloud's increasing still ...'
Page link: Mow Cop Primitive Methodist Chapel
Mow Cop Primitive Methodist Chapel
The first chapel, built 1841, and used for worship until 1862.
Page link: Malpas, Wrexham Road PM Chapel
Malpas, Wrexham Road PM Chapel
Built 1850, now a dwelling
Page link: Dodleston PM Chapel, Cheshire
Dodleston PM Chapel, Cheshire
Built 1854, closed 1933 (?)
Page link: John Wedgwood's mission to Cheshire, 1819
John Wedgwood's mission to Cheshire, 1819
Extract from the journal of Sampson Turner
Page link: Burwardsley PM Chapel, Cheshire
Burwardsley PM Chapel, Cheshire
Built in 1843, now a house.
Page link: Brown Knowl PM Chapel, Cheshire
Brown Knowl PM Chapel, Cheshire
Built 1913, and still used for worship
Page link: Aldford PM Chapel, Cheshire
Aldford PM Chapel, Cheshire
Opened 1891, closed 1979.
Page link: The Prims
The Prims
Primitive Methodism in Hull
Page link: Samuel Chapman
Samuel Chapman
1798-1867
Page link: John Ride
John Ride
1790-1862
Page link: William Sanderson
William Sanderson
1803-1874
Page link: James Pritchard
James Pritchard
1808-1885
Page link: John Bowes (preacher) 1804-1874
John Bowes (preacher) 1804-1874
An arduous, but fulfilling journey
Page link: John George Wilding (1870-1923)
John George Wilding (1870-1923)
Can you help solve a mystery?
Page link: A potter and a wheelwright
A potter and a wheelwright
An unlikely combination?
Page link: Charles Bayliss (1793-1873)
Charles Bayliss (1793-1873)
'Ironsides': the story of an unsung hero
Page link: What is Primitive Methodism?
What is Primitive Methodism?
a short introduction
Page link: Rough Informal Energy
Rough Informal Energy
the story of Primitive Methodism
Page link: Thomas Lakin, 1874
Thomas Lakin, 1874
Miner, of Burton on Trent, born 1850
Page link: German Hunt, 1879
German Hunt, 1879
Miner, of Langley Marlpool, Derby, born 1859
Page link: George Whyman, 1875
George Whyman, 1875
Labourer, of Borrowash, Derby, born 1847
Page link: Ernest Durance, 1886
Ernest Durance, 1886
Designer & draughtsman, of Kimberley, Notts, born 1866
Page link: Benjamin Jacques Baxter, 1874
Benjamin Jacques Baxter, 1874
hired local preacher, formerly tailor, of Burton on Trent, born 1853
Page link: Arthur Ward, 1872
Arthur Ward, 1872
Brewer's clerk, Burton on Trent, born 1846
Page link: John Gibbon Wright: His Voyage to South Australia
John Gibbon Wright: His Voyage to South Australia
'Being his first Letter to the Briston Circuit, Received April 25th, 1856'
Page link: Elizabeth Evans (1775-1849)
Elizabeth Evans (1775-1849)
Portrayed as Dinah Morris in 'Adam Bede', by her niece George Eliot
Page link: Wedgwood Chapel Choir, Crewe, 1878
Wedgwood Chapel Choir, Crewe, 1878
Can you name any of these people?
Page link: How to add a comment to a page
How to add a comment to a page
You can share new information
Page link: Methodist Heritage
Methodist Heritage
Telling the story of the people called Methodists
Page link: Primitive Methodist Overseas Mission
Primitive Methodist Overseas Mission
An overview of its development
Page link: Contact us
Contact us
How to get in touch with the 'My Primitive Methodists' team
Page link: Bradley in 1861
Bradley in 1861
Trouble brewing in Staffordshire
Page link: How to add a page to this site
How to add a page to this site
Adding your words and pictures
Page link: First Printed Preaching Plan, Tunstall, 1812
First Printed Preaching Plan, Tunstall, 1812
a memorial of the first PM plan, printed by Skinner, Wisbech
Page link: Barton Stacey PM Chapel, Hampshire
Barton Stacey PM Chapel, Hampshire
founded 1844, demolished 1970s
Page link: Wigton Primitive Methodist Chapel, Cumbria
Wigton Primitive Methodist Chapel, Cumbria
former Chapel and Sunday School
Page link: Warwick Bridge PM Chapel, Cumbria
Warwick Bridge PM Chapel, Cumbria
former chapel, now a house
Page link: Great Corby PM Chapel, Cumbria
Great Corby PM Chapel, Cumbria
former chapel with date stone 1889, now a house
Page link: Crosby Primitive Methodist Chapel, Cumberland
Crosby Primitive Methodist Chapel, Cumberland
Built 1863, now converted into a house
Page link: Ruddington PM Chapel, Notts
Ruddington PM Chapel, Notts
1st Chapel (1829-73), now the Ruddington Framework Knitters' Museum
Page link: Occlestone Green PM Church, Middlewich, Cheshire
Occlestone Green PM Church, Middlewich, Cheshire
Opened in 1871 and closed in 1961
Page link: Vote for Pease and No Taxes on Food
Vote for Pease and No Taxes on Food
Reprint from The North Essex Liberal Monthly, Nov 1909
Page link: Arthur Wombwell (1838-1923) of Langley, Essex
Arthur Wombwell (1838-1923) of Langley, Essex
Farm labourer, Liberal party supporter, and PM preacher
Page link: Henry Skidmore (1811-83)
Henry Skidmore (1811-83)
Born at Brierly Hill, converted at Quarry Bank, and a member for 30 years at Camp Street, Wednesbury

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