Gedney Drove End Primitive Methodist chapel

Marsh Road, Gedney Drove End PE12 9PG

By Christopher Hill

Gedney Drove End Primitive Methodist chapel was opened on 18/05/1834 and there is an account in the Primitive Methodist magazine of 1834 written by William Hardwick. The preacher at the opening was MR Cork and the chapel measured 18'(w) x 24'(l).

The Google Street View shows a former Primitive Methodist chapel in Marsh Road, Gedney Drove End, just north of the junction with Marsh Lane.  It is located at OS grid reference TF4644029190 and this is the address above. The building still carries the date stone for 1885.

Was this on the same site?


Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine of 1834 p.398

This page was added by Christopher Hill on 25/08/2017.
Comments about this page

Lincolnshire Archives, Lincoln,

Ref. MLI97682: Amongst a short history there are photographs of the former PM Chapel, but the plaque has had alteration, i.e., the top word 'Primitive' has been removed/obscured. On enlargement of one photo this can be concluded, also mentioned in the text.

By Ray & Marie (Mr. & Mrs. Ella)
On 12/12/2017

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