Grimsby; Flottergate Primitive Methodist Church

Photo:Interior of Flottergate Chapel, before 1904

Interior of Flottergate Chapel, before 1904

Englesea Brook Museum 10.04

Photo:Grimsby Flottergate Primitive Methodist chapel

Grimsby Flottergate Primitive Methodist chapel

1900 Primitive Methodist Conference Handbook


By Jill Barber

Flottergate Primitive Methodist Church opened on 23 May 1880, and closed on 15 November 1970. It has since been demolished. Described by William Leary as 'the crowning glory of the Primitive Methodists'.

This page was added by Jill Barber on 07/05/2015.
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Lincolnshire Archives, Lincoln:

Meth/C/Grimsby, Flottergate/I/7/1: Programme for Young Peoples Institute Grand Concert, 1932.

Meth/C/Grimsby, Flottergate/H/3/1: Sunday School Teachers Meetings Minute Book, 1880-1884.

Meth/C/Grimsby, Flottergate/J/2/1: Golden Jubilee Souvenir Booklet, 1930, 2 pages missing. Pictures of groups of people connected with Chapel & picture of exterior.

Meth/C/Grimsby, Flottergate/F/4/1?: Caretakers List of Duties, including an engraving of the exterior of the Chapel, c.1900.

North East Lincolnshire Archives, Grimsby has the following:

Ref. 211160/31/1 & 2: Flottergate Primitive Sunday School. Award to Leslie Scrimshaw, bookplate, etc., June 1901, Pastor Frank Horner.

Other documents.

By Ray & Marie (Mr. & Mrs. Ella)
On 05/01/2018

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