Maryport, Kirby Street Primitive Methodist Chapels, Cumberland

Photo:Ground plan of Maryport, Kirkby St. PM  Chapel from 0S 1 to 500 Cumberland XLIV 8 10 circa 1860 ii

Ground plan of Maryport, Kirkby St. PM Chapel from 0S 1 to 500 Cumberland XLIV 8 10 circa 1860 ii

Photo:Maryport, Kirby St, site of PM Chapel, 20.09.2014

Maryport, Kirby St, site of PM Chapel, 20.09.2014

G W Oxley

1839 and 1871

By GW Oxley

Maryport, Kirby Street PM (i) Chapel, Cumberland

Maryport chapel was built in 1839 at a cost of £316.7.10. In 1851 there were 154 free and 126 other sittings

Sources

The National Archives HO129/570/4/16 1851 census of religious worship
DFCM2/145                                                                                                                                               
Maryport

 

Kirby Street  PM (ii) Chapel, Cumberland

Kirby Street Chapel & school were built of stone in 1871 at a cost of £1059.8.6. There were 242 lettable and 62 free sittings. In 1940 there were 320 sittings in pews and one other room. The chapel closed in 1973 when St Marks opened. In 2014 the site was in residential use.

Sources

Cumbria Archive Service, Carlisle, DFCM2/112, 113, 145
Carlisle Library, 1A287, Methodist Property Statistics 1940

This page was added by GW Oxley on 16/05/2016.
Comments about this page

My ancestors from Maryport, Ezekiel Walker and his family were Primitive Methodists right down to my Grandmother who was christened in the Primitive Methodist Chapel in Maryport.  My Ezekiel Walkers were all sea captains right down to my Great Grandfather.

By Christine St. John
On 06/10/2017

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