George Gowthorpe Martindale - in Print

Articles from the local newspapers of the day

By John Readman

The Hull Packet and East Riding Times (Hull, England), Friday, June 21, 1878; Issue 4844

Misterton: Primitive Methodists: On Sunday week special sermons were preached  in the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Misterton by the Rev. J. Scruton, of Doncaster. Both the services were well attended. On Monday the foundation stones of a new chapel were laid, the first by Miss A. Threadgold, of Misterton, who made a gift of £40; the second by Mrs. Charles Strawson, of Misterton,who gave £15, and a number of bricks were also laid by friends. At the close of the ceremony the Rev. J. Scruton delivered an interesting address on the ground. Tea was provided in the Temperance Hall, to which a numerous company sat down. The following gave trays:-Mesdames Threadgold, Strawson, Collingwood, Cook, Clifton, Codd and Foster. There was a public meeting in the hall afterwards, Mr. Littleworth, of Gainsboro, presiding. The Rev. J. Scruton and J. Stephenson, Messrs. C. Leafe, Martindale, and J. Fogg, and Mrs Markham, of the hall, gave addresses. Votes of thanks were given to all who had in any way assisted in making the service a success. The total amount raised was £146 16s 41/2d.

The Hull Packet and East Riding Times (Hull, England), Friday, October 25, 1878; Issue 4862.

Misterton: Chapel Opening: On Sunday week, the Primitive Methodist Chapel opened. The Rev. T. Grainger, of Lincoln, and the Rev. C. Leafe, of Hornsea, preached. On Monday Mrs. Markham, of Hull preached, after which tea was provided, trays for which were given by Mrs. Threadgold, Mrs. Strawson, Mrs. James Gagg, Mrs. Codd, Mrs. James Hill, Mrs. Collingwood, Mrs. Adkin, Mrs. Jackson, and Mrs. Nash of Walkeringham. A public meeting in the chapel was presided over by the Sheriff of Lincoln (G. C. Duckering, Esq.) and speeches were delivered by Mrs. Markham, and the Revs. T. Granger, C. Leafe, J. Stephenson, P. P. Peacock, and G. C. Martindale. The Gainsborough Primitive Methodist choir rendered efficient aid, Miss Platt presiding at the harmonium. The tea and collections realised £56, and donations £51.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Tuesday, July 20, 1880; pg. 2; Issue 8042. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Primitive Methodist Sunday School Gathering at Intake:

A united gathering of Sunday Schools connected with the Sheffield First circuit took place at Intake yesterday. The teachers and children began to arrive from Mosbro’ and Beighton early in the afternoon, when the village assumed a very lively and holiday-like appearance. Bethel children and parents conveyed from Sheffield in vehicles supplied by Mr. Thompson. At three o’clock they assembled in a field near the chapel (kindly lent by Mr. Cartledge), where they sang the Centenary Hymns of the Sheffield Sunday School Union. The Revs. W. R. Fellas, J. Barfoot and G. G. Martindale took part in the proceedings.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE 

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Sunday, November 30, 1880; pg. 2; Issue 8156. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Handsworth School Board: The following is a complete list of the persons nominated for the School Board:…………………………………………….Rev. G. Martindale, Intake Primitive Methodist Minister.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Wednesday, January 04, 1882; pg. 2; Issue 8497. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Intake Primitive Methodist Chapel: The annual bazaar was held in the school room on Monday week and realised upwards of £25. On Monday last the New Year’s tea was provided by the young men of the church, and was attended by upwards of 100 persons. In the evening a public meeting was held in the chapel, chairman, Mr. H. Tugby. The financial statement was given by Rev. G. G. Martindale.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Monday, June 12, 1882; pg. 3; Issue 8633. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

At the Primitive Methodist Conference held at Bethel Chapel, Cambridge Street, Sheffield, the following appointment was made: Corrected List of stations, second draft: Nottingham District: Clay Cross: William Clayton, George G. Martindale.

Nottinghamshire Guardian (London, England), Friday, March 20, 1885; pg. 5; Issue 2078

Primitive Methodism in the Nottingham District: The following is a list of ministerial invitations accepted in this district for the ensuing year: Sleaford: Revs. G. Bromley & G. Martindale.

Leicester Chronicle and the Leicestershire Mercury (Leicester, England), Saturday, May 09, 1885; pg. 7; Issue 3873. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II

Primitive Methodist (Nottingham District Meeting) On Saturday morning, in Mayfield grove, Chapel, Nottingham, the full district meeting was properly constituted: The stations for next year were now confirmed as follows: Sleaford: George Bromley, George G. Martindale

Nottinghamshire Guardian (London, England), Friday, June 25, 1886; pg. 8; Issue 2144.

The Primitive Methodist Conference at Derby appointed at Wirksworth, George G. Martindale & W. Haddow.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Wednesday, June 08, 1887; pg. 3; Issue 10218. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Primitive Methodism at Rotherham: The Primitive Methodists of the Rotherham Circuit, held their June quarterly meeting on Monday, at their lLloyd street church, Parkgate. The Rev. J. G. Smith was voted to the chair. The Rev. G. W. Turner was secretary. The Jubilee Chapel Foundation stones are to be laid at Woodhouse Mill on June 20th. A vote of cordial appreciation was passed to Rev. S. Brock for his services during the three years ending next July, and due provision was made for the reception of the Rev. G. G. Martindale. Tea was well served to 140 adults and at 0630, the Rev. J. P. Bellingham discoursed a large congregation on “The Power of Genius”.

DISTRICT NEWS 

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Monday, August 29, 1887; pg. 2; Issue 10288. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Primitive Methodist Sunday School & Band of Hope Union:

The quarterly convention and committee meeting of the Primitive Methodist Sunday School and Band of Hope Union (Rotherham Circuit branch) was held in the Methodist schoolroom at Kilnhurst, on Saturday. The Rev. G. G. Martindale (the newly appointed minister) presided, and there was a good attendance. After tea, an open session was held, under the presidency of Rev. G. W. Turner. The Rev. G. G. Martindale read a very able paper on “Order and discipline in our schools”.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Wednesday, September 07, 1887; pg. 3; Issue 10296. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Primitive Methodism in the Rotherham District: The quarterly meeting of the officials and local preachers of the Rotherham Circuit, Primitive Methodist Connection, was held at Wellgate Schoolroom, Rotherham, on Monday at which there was a fair attendance. The Rev. J. G. Smith (superintendent minister) presided, and there was also present the Revs. G. W. Turner and G. G. Martindale.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Tuesday, September 27, 1887; pg. 2; Issue 10313. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Bethel Church , Lloyd Street, Parkgate

In Connection with Lloyd street church on Sunday afternoon a service of song entitled “Gleanings from the harvest field” was excellently rendered. Interesting addresses were given by Rev. Thomas Warren, G. G. Martindale & H. Kirk.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Tuesday, October 11, 1887; pg. 3; Issue 10325. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Rotherham (Wellgate) Primitive Methodist Chapel:-The anniversary sermons of the Band of Hope were preached by the Rev. J. Teese, of Stavely, on Sunday, the congregation being very large. In the afternoon there was a children’s service, when an address was given by the Rev. G. G. Martindale of Rawmarsh. Last evening there was a ham tea and service of song.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Thursday, February 16, 1888; pg. 6; Issue 10434. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Dale Road Primitive Methodist Church, Rawmarsh:-On Sunday, the anniversary services of the above were held, Rev. Henry Kirk, of Bradford, preaching. On Monday evening, Mr. Kirk gave his lecture, “The protestant Martyrs of Scotland”. Mr. John Spick presided. On Tuesday evening the annual soiree was held, after which Mr. Joseph Outram presided ; addresses were given by Revs. J. G. Smith,  C. J. Martindale, Councillor Clarke, and Mr. J. Fletcher. The total proceeds for the event was £25.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Tuesday, February 21, 1888; pg. 6; Issue 10438. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Missionary Meeting at Rotherham:-The annual missionary meeting was held at Wellgate Primitive Methodist Chapel, Rotherham, last evening, Mr. C. Hopkinson presided. The Rev. G. W. Turner read the annual report. The meeting was addressed by the Revs. Theos Parr, M.A., J. G. Smith, G. G. Martindale and G. W. Turner.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Friday, March 02, 1888; pg. 6; Issue 10447. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Congregationalism at Rawmarsh, Opening of New Sunday Schools:-Yesterday the new Sunday Schools, which have been erected at a cost of £1150 in Stocks Lane, Rawmarsh, were opened. A procession, consisting of superintendents, scholars, and teachers, headed by the Parkgate Brass Band assembled in the old schools, and walked to their new buildings. Present was G. G. Martindale

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Monday, March 05, 1888; pg. 3; Issue 10449. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Sunday School Convention at Park Gate:-On Saturday, the annual meeting of the Primitive Methodist Sunday School and Band of Hope Union (Rotherham Circuit Branch) was held at the bethel Church, Parkgate, at which there was a good attendance. In the afternoon a business meeting under the presidency of Re. G. G. Martindale was held. Report was read by the Secretary of the Union, Rev. G. W. Turner, This showed that in the circuit there were twelve schools, with a total of 1742 scholars, 871 male and 871 female, showing a decrease of 306. The decrease was due largely to the prevalence of small-pox in the neighbourhood of the Mission Room. In addition 345 had left the schools. An address was also given by Rev. G. G. Martindale.

Two days later the same newspaper reported  on the quarterly meeting of the officials and leaders of the Rotherham Circuit, Primitive Methodist Connection, was held at the BethelChurch schoolroom, Parkgate.  There was some discussion about who would become the superintendent of the circuit for the following year as the Rev. J. G. Smith was resigning. The Rev. G. W. Turner was nominated but declined. The Rev. G. G. Martindale, who had been in station for a year was unanimously invited to remain another year, which was accepted.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Tuesday, April 03, 1888; pg. 3; Issue 10474. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II

Rawmarsh Primitive Methodist Chapel  Yesterday, a bazaar was opened in the Lecture hall, connected with the Rawmarsh Primitive Methodist Chapel, in aid of the reduction of the debt of £1800 existing on the new chapel. The stalls, which were filled with a nice assortment of articles, were arranged around the room, and were presided over by the ladies of the congregation. There was a moderate attendance at the opening ceremony. Amongst those present being Rev. G. W. Turner & G. G. Martindale.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Thursday, May 10, 1888; pg. 8; Issue 10506. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

The district meeting resumed on Tuesday morning, with most of the morning being taken up in re-adjusting the stations: Rotherham: George W. Turner, George G. Martindale.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Tuesday, May 22, 1888; pg. 3; Issue 10516. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Rawmarsh The usual gathering of the Sunday Schools took place on Sunday afternoon, the Rawmarsh schools meeting in one of their chapels. The Borough Band accompanied. On the platform were Rev.s Thomas Warren, John Holgate, A. Roberts, and G. G. Martindale.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Wednesday, May 07, 1890; pg. 3; Issue 11136. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II

The sitting was continued and concluded at Mexborough, ministers were stationed as follows:  Rotherham: Samuel B. Reynolds, George G. Martindale.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Monday, May 28, 1888; pg. 3; Issue 10527. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Sunday School Convention at Greasborough  On Saturday the quarterly meeting of the officials and teachers connected with the Primitive Methodist Sunday School and Band of Hope Union, Rotherham Circuit Branch, was held at the Primitive Methodist Schoolroom at Greasbro’. The Rev. G. G. Martindale presided, and there was a moderate attendance.  The Rev. G. G. Martindale was appointed secretary of the Union, in the place of the Rev. G. W. Turner.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Wednesday, September 05, 1888; pg. 6; Issue 10610. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Primitive Methodism in the Rotherham Circuit:- The quarterly meeting of the officials, leaders, and local preachers at the Rotherham Circuit (Primitive Methodist Connection) was held in the Orchard Street Chapel, Masbro’ on Monday. The Rev. J. W. Turner (superintendent minister) presided, and the Rev. G. G.  Martindale was secretary.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Tuesday, September 18, 1888; pg. 6; Issue 10621. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Greasbro’ Primitive Methodist Chapel:- On Sunday the annual sermons on behalf of the Trust Fund of the above  place of worship were preached by Mr. J. Fletcher, of Rotherham. Yesterday, a sale of work was held in the schoolroom, the opening ceremony being performed by the Rev. G. G. Martindale.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Tuesday, October 30, 1888; pg. 3; Issue 10655. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Primitive Methodist Connection (Rotherham Circuit):- Yesterday, a circuit convention was held in Wellgate Primitive Chapel, Rotherham. The afternoon session was presided over by Rev. G. G. Martindale, of Parkgate, and a paper on “How can the agencies available in our Churches be best utilised for their prosperity”, was given by Rev. G. W. Turner of Masbro’. The evening session was largely attended, where addresses were given by a number of persons including Rev. G. G. Martindale.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Thursday, December 06, 1888; pg. 3; Issue 10687. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II

Primitive Methodism in Rotherham Circuit:- The quarterly meeting of the officials and local preachers of the PMC, (Rotherham Circuit) was held at the Wellgate Chapel, Rotherham on Monday, the Rev. G. W. Turner, presided. The names of Rev. S. B. Reynolds of Leeds, fourth circuit & Rev. E. Quine, of Sheffield fourth circuit were submitted for superintendent of the circuit. S. B. Reynolds received 32 votes, E. Quine, 8. The Rev. G. G. Martindale consented to remain a third year. The Rev. G. W. Turner will remove from the circuit at the end of the connextional year.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Tuesday, January 22, 1889; pg. 6; Issue 10726. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

The Rev. G. G. Martindale gave an address at the church anniversary at the Greaseboro’ PrimitiveMethodistChurch.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Monday, February 04, 1889; pg. 3; Issue 10737. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Primitive Methodist Convention at Parkgate:- On Saturday, a convention in connection with the Rotherham Circuit, Primitive Methodist Connection, was held in the BethelChurch, Parkgate. The Rev. G. G. Martindale presided in the afternoon.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Tuesday, February 26, 1889; pg. 6; Issue 10756. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II

Rotherham Primitive Methodist Sunday Schools:- The quarterly convention of the circuit was held at Wellgate Primitive Methodist Chapel on Saturday afternoon. The Rev. G. W. Turner presided. The Rev. G. G. Martindale, acting secretary, read the yearly report showing that there were 278 teachers and 1754 scholars, and 701 band of hope members. The total income had been £281 11s 1d, and the expenditure £225 13s 10d.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Tuesday, March 05, 1889; pg. 6; Issue 10762. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Primitive Methodism in Rotherham Circuit:- The quarterly meeting of the officials of this circuit was held yesterday afternoon at the Wellgate Chapel, Rev. G. W. Turner, presided, and Rev. G. G. Martindale acted as secretary.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Wednesday, May 22, 1889; pg. 6; Issue 10829. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Rev. G. G. Martindale, Rawmarsh attended the laying of the Foundation Stone of the new Congregational church in Rawmarsh.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Monday, July 01, 1889; Issue 10863. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Greasbro’ Primitive Methodist Chapel:- The Rev. G. G. Martindale, of Parkgate, was the preacher at the annual flower service held at the above chapel yesterday.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Monday, July 15, 1889; pg. 6; Issue 10874. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Primitive Methodist Camp meeting at Rotherham:- The annual camp meeting in connection with the Rotherham Primitive Methodist Circuit was held yesterday in a field in Clifton lane, Rotherham, kindly lent by Messrs. Brown and Steel. An address was given by the newly-appointed circuit superintendent Rev. S. B. Reynolds. The service was taken in part by Rev. G. G. Martindale.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Wednesday, July 24, 1889; pg. 3; Issue 10882. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

The Rev. G. G. Martindale,(Primitive), Parkgate attended the opening of a Congregational Mission church at Parkgate.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Monday, September 02, 1889; pg. 3; Issue 10916. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

On Saturday, The Rev. G. G. Martindale, from Rotherham, Parkgate, attended the quarterly convention of the Rotherham Circuit Branch of the Primitive Methodist Sunday School and Band of Hope Union which was held in a field at the PMC at Woodhouse Mill.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Tuesday, September 17, 1889; pg. 6; Issue 10929. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Sale of Work at Greasbro’:- Rev. G. G. Martindale attended this sale of work on Monday 16th September; he also presented a beautifully-bound copy of the New Hymnal Tune Book to Mr. Fred Elliott for services in the capacity of harmoniumist.  On the previous Sunday, Rev. G. G. Martindale preached at BethelChurch, Parkgate-the harvest thanks giving services.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Wednesday, December 04, 1889; pg. 8; Issue 11005. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Primitive Methodism in Rotherham Circuit:- The quarterly meeting of the officials of this circuit was held yesterday afternoon at the Wellgate Chapel, Rev. G. W. Turner, presided, and Rev. G. G. Martindale acted as secretary. The Rev. G. G. Martindale was invited to remain a fourth year, which he accepted. The Rev. S. B. Reynolds agreed to remain as superintendent minister.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Tuesday, February 25, 1890; pg. 8; Issue 11073. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Primitive Methodist Sunday School and band of Hope Union:- The annual meeting of the Rotherham Circuit branch was held at the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Masbro’, on Saturday-the Rev. S. B. Reynolds (superintendent minister) presided. The report was read by the secretary, Rev. G. G. Martindale, showed that there were 13 schools in the circuit, one  of which was opened at Catcliffe last year. The number of teachers was 277, number of scholars, 1820 (925 boys, 895, girls), up on last years 1704. There were 7, 899 band of hope members, an increase of 88.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Wednesday, May 07, 1890; pg. 3; Issue 11136. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Rev. G. G. Martindale was appointed to the Rotherham Circuit.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Monday, May 19, 1890; pg. 3; Issue 11156. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Rev. G. G. Martindale attended the quarterly convention of the Primitive Methodist Sunday School and Band of Hope Union held at Greasboro’ church on Saturday, G. G. Martindale acting as secretary. The next meeting will be held at Wickersley-an open session presided by G. G. Martindale was held after the meeting.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Wednesday, June 04, 1890; pg. 6; Issue 11170. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

The Rev. G. G. Martindale was appointed secretary of the Rotherham Circuit of the Primitive Methodist Connection, which was held at the Wellgate Schoolroom on Monday.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Thursday, July 03, 1890; pg. 6; Issue 11195. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Rotherham Primitive Methodist Circuit:- During the past few days the Primitive Methodists of the Rotherham Circuit have been putting forth special efforts in connection with their foreign missions. On Sunday services were held in the Drill hall, Wellgate, Orchard Street and Parkgate Chapels, the visiting preachers being Rev. George Shaw of Grimsby and the Rev. J. Bell, returned missionary from Africa. On Tuesday, the Masbro Independent Chapel was filled for a meeting in connection with the movement. The Rev. G. G. Martindale (secretary) read the annual report.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Monday, July 21, 1890; pg. 3; Issue 11210. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Primitive Methodist Camp meeting at Rotherham:- The annual camp meeting in connection with the Rotherham Primitive Methodist Circuit was held yesterday in a field in Clifton lane, Rotherham., among those on the platform was Rev. G. G. Martindale.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Tuesday, July 29, 1890; pg. 6; Issue 11217. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Parkgate & Rawmarsh Sunday School Union: The annual sermons were conducted on Sunday in Netherfield Road Board Schools by Revs. W. H. Coradine and G. G. Martindale.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Monday, September 01, 1890; pg. 3; Issue 11247. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Primitive Methodist Sunday School and Band of Hope Union:-On Saturday the quarterly convention of the convention was held at the Wickersley Chapel presided over by the Rev. S. B. Reynolds. In the evening an open session was held presided by the Rev. G. G. Martindale.

DISTRICT NEWS . Mr. C. E. S.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Wednesday, January 07, 1891; pg. 6; Issue 11355. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Rotherham Primitive Methodist Chapel: Last evening, a service of song entitled “King of Glory” was rendered  in this chapel, the connective readings, given by Rev. G. G. Martindale. The collection was in the aid of the building fund. At the end of the connexional year Mr. Martindale will remove to Scarboro’, and be succeeded by the Rev. John West, superintendant of the Ramsgate Circuit.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Wednesday, January 14, 1891; pg. 6; Issue 11361. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Rev. G. G. Martindale was present at the opening of a two days bazaar in the Parkgate Congregational Mission Chapel in the aid of the building fund on Tuesday afternoon.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Wednesday, January 28, 1891; pg. 6; Issue 11373. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Rev. G. G. Martindale of Parkgate (who preached the missionary sermons at Mesbro on Sunday), was the deputation.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Tuesday, March 03, 1891; pg. 3; Issue 11402. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

The Rev. G. G. Martindale, as secretary of the Rotherham Circuit of the Primitive Methodists attended the quarterly meeting on Monday.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Saturday, March 31, 1891; pg. 3; Issue 11427. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Rev. G. G. Martindale attended a bazaar held at Dale Road Primitive Methodist Church, Rawmarsh on Friday March 30th.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Monday, May 18, 1891; pg. 6; Issue 11467. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Rev. G. G. Martindale(Primitive Methodist ,Parkgate ), attended the Sunday School Union annual gathering on Sunday .

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Tuesday, May 19, 1891; pg. 3; Issue 11468. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Rawmarsh and Parkgate Sunday School Union:- Rev. G. G. Martindale (Primitive Methodist) and others attended a gathering of all members of this Sunday School Union yesterday at Rectory farm Field, Netherfield Road, headed by Rawmarsh Brass band and Parkgate Temperance Band.

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Friday, July 03, 1891; pg. 7; Issue 11507. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Presentation at Parkgate:- The Rev. G. Martindale, who removes from the Rotherham Circuit in the course of next week, was the recipient of a testimonial at Bethel Church, Parkgate on Wednesday evening. The testimonial consisted of a writing desk, with a lady’s companion for Mrs. Martindale, in addition to a number of other presents from private persons.

The Yorkshire Herald, and The York Herald (York, England), Wednesday, February 10, 1892; pg. 3; Issue 12694. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II

Scarborough : Exhibition at Jubilee Chapel:- An exhibition on behalf of the funds of the Sunday School of the above Primitive Methodist Chapel was opened yesterday afternoon by Councillor J H Moody, supported by Revs. T Granger, T. J. Gladwin and G G Martindale.

LOCAL & DISTRICT 

The Yorkshire Herald, and The York Herald (York, England), Tuesday, May 03, 1892; pg. 3; Issue 12764. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Scarborough : The Annual May Morning Breakfast was held at Jubilee Primitive Methodist Chapel yesterday. Breakfast was served at six o’clock to which about 140 persons sat down. The following ladies presided at tables:-Mrs. Cooper, Bowes, etc, Rev. G. G. Martindale seconded a vote of thanks to the ladies who had presided at the tables.

The Yorkshire Herald, and The York Herald (York, England), Saturday, March 04, 1893; pg. 11; Issue 13027. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II

Rev. G. G. Martindale attended the 29th anniversary of the Sunday school at Ablemarle BaptistChurch last Sunday and preached a sermon.

The Yorkshire Herald, and The York Herald (York, England), Friday, April 21, 1893; Issue 13068. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Rev. G. G. Martindale attended a soiree at South Cliff Congregational church on Wednesday where an excellent tea was provided-G. G. and others addressed the meeting.

The Yorkshire Herald, and The York Herald (York, England), Tuesday, May 02, 1893; pg. 3; Issue 13076. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

May Morning Breakfast:- The annual breakfast in connection with the Primitive Methodists was held in the schoolroom attached to the Jubilee Chapel, Aberdeen Walk at 7 o’clock yesterday morning. Addresses were given by G. G. Martindale.

Nottinghamshire Guardian (London, England), Saturday, May 05, 1894; pg. 4; Issue 2555. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Primitive Methodist Connexion: Nottingham District: Melton Mowbray: G. G. Martindale

Leicester Chronicle and the Leicestershire Mercury (Leicester, England), Saturday, July 21, 1894; pg. 7; Issue 4355. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

The New Primitive Minister and the Chapel Anniversary: The Rev. G. Martindale, from Scarborough, the newly-appointed minister of the Melton Circuit, preached his opening sermons on Sunday, when the chapel anniversary was celebrated. On Monday a public tea was held in the school room, about sixty being present, and the arrangements being carried out by Mesdames Holden, Prentice, Baguley, Bryan, Johnson and Brotherhood. In the evening a rather thinly-attended recognition service was held in the chapel, and addressed by Mr. J. B. Miller, of Clawson (in the chair), Rev. G. G. Martindale, Rev. J. Ney (Baptist), Mr. Toon (Ashfordly) and Mr. T. Large.

Nottinghamshire Guardian (London, England), Saturday, October 06, 1894; pg. 5; Issue 2577. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Primitive Methodist Convention at Leicester: The Sunday School Convention of the Nottingham District of the Primitive Methodist Connextion was held on Monday in the St. Nicholas Street Chapel, Leicester. Among others attending were Rev. G. G. Martindale, Melton Mowbray.

Multiple News Items 

Nottinghamshire Guardian (London, England), Saturday, November 24, 1894; pg. 5; Issue 2584. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Primitive Methodists Circuits Convention at Melton Mowbray: A conference of Sunday School and other workers was held in the chapel in the afternoon, when papers read by Mr. J. Toone, of Ashfordby on “The teacher’s work and how to do it by the Rev. G. G. Martindale. Later an address was delivered by Rev. G. G. Martindale.

Nottinghamshire Guardian (London, England), Saturday, May 11, 1895; pg. 3; Issue 2608. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Methodist District Meeting: Nottingham & Derby District: Loughborough: Melton Mowbray: George G. Martindale

The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Saturday, June 13, 1896; pg. 8; Issue 13018. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

The 100th Annual conference of the Methodist New Connection took place at Batley: Appointed at Nottingham,  Melton Mowbray was LD George G Martindale (LD means lay delegate)

MELTON MOWBRAY 

Leicester Chronicle and the Leicestershire Mercury (Leicester, England), Saturday, October 17, 1896; pg. 7; Issue 4471. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Primitive Methodism: The annual convention of the Melton Mowbray Primitive Methodist Circuit was held in the schoolroom on Monday. In the afternoon a conference was held of Sunday-school workers and friends was held, when brief papers were given by Mr. J. T. Neckels on “How to improve the Efficiency of Sunday-school teaching and Rev. G. G. Martindale on “Some Neglected Points in Sunday Sunday School work” In the evening, addresses were given by Rev. G. G. Martindale and others.

LEICESTER INFIRMARY 

Leicester Chronicle and the Leicestershire Mercury (Leicester, England), Saturday, November 07, 1896; pg. 2; Issue 4474.

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Leicester Infirmary: The treasurer of the Leicester Infirmary begs to acknowledge, with thanks, the receipt of the following amounts:

Melton Primitive Methodist Chapel, per Rev. G. G. Martindale: 18shillings 1d.

Leicester Chronicle and the Leicestershire Mercury (Leicester, England), Saturday, January 23, 1897; pg. 5; Issue 4485. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

British School Treats:

Melton Mowbray: The annual treats and prize distributions took place on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. The former night was set apart for junior scholars, who partook of tea in the schoolroom before proceeding to the Corn Exchange for the entertainment and prize distribution. Mr. A. H. Marsh, senior townwarden, preside over a large attendance, and the proceedings were of an interesting character. A portion of evening was devoted to a magic lantern entertainment by Mr. W. Till, and the children went through a programme of songs and recitations. Thursday’s proceedings for the senior scholars were of a somewhat similar character, but aroused considerable more interest. Councillor Wakerley, of Leicester, an old scholar, presided, and also distributed prizes. The following programme was gone through: Prologue, Rupert Moore:, Christmas carol, “Good King Wencelas” (scholars), Recitation “Take Good care of your tongue” Herbert Martindale

Leicester Chronicle and the Leicestershire Mercury (Leicester, England), Saturday, April 03, 1897; pg. 5; Issue 4495. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Melton Mowbray: National Council of Evangelical Free Churches: A public inaugural meeting of the Melton Mowbray auxillary of this society was held in the PrimitiveMethodistChurch on Thursday evening, The Rev. Joseph Twidale occupied the chair, and was supported by the Rev. G. G. Martindale. After some remarks by the chairman, the Rev. G. G. Martindale, delegate to the meetings in London gave a lengthy report of the proceedings.

THANKSGIVING-DAY IN LEICESTER 

Leicester Chronicle and the Leicestershire Mercury (Leicester, England), Saturday, June 26, 1897; pg. 2; Issue 4507. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Rev. G. G. Martindale gave an address in the MeltonMowbrayWesleyanChurch in commemoration of the Queen’s accession and long reign.

Leicester Chronicle and the Leicestershire Mercury (Leicester, England), Saturday, July 10, 1897; pg. 8; Issue 4509. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Ministerial Changes: The Rev. G. G. Martindale, Primitive Methodist minister leaves Melton this week for Nottingham, having completed three years ministry in the town. He will be succeeded by the Rev. J. Spencer, of Nottingham.

PRIMITIVE METHODIST MINISTERS IN CONFERENCE 

Leicester Chronicle and the Leicestershire Mercury (Leicester, England), Saturday, April 09, 1898; Issue 4558. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

On Tuesday and yesterday a conference was held in Nottingham at the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Hockley, of the Nottingham and Sheffield Districts Association of Primitive Methodist Ministers. The president, Rev. G. G. Martindale, of Nottingham, again occupied the chair.

NEW BASFORD SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION 

Nottinghamshire Guardian (London, England), Saturday, October 29, 1898; pg. 2; Issue 2788. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II

In Connection with the New Basford Auxillary of the Nottingham & District Sunday School Union, special meetings were held on Saturday, in the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Duke Street. The proceedings commenced in the afternoon, when a conference took place, with the object of discussing the work of the Sunday schools.

In the evening a public meeting was held in the church, the attendance not being large. The chair was occupied by the Rev. G G Martindale.

PRIMITIVE METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION 

Leicester Chronicle and the Leicestershire Mercury (Leicester, England), Saturday, November 10, 1900; pg. i; Issue 4694. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II

The annual district convention of the Nottingham District of the Primitive Methodist Sunday School Union was held in Canaan Street Church, Broad Marsh Nottingham on Saturday when delegates from 80 schools attended. Questions relating to the working of the Sunday School Union were answered by the secretary (Mr. George S. Martindale)

Nottinghamshire Guardian (London, England), Saturday, December 15, 1900; pg. 8; Issue 2900. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

The G. G. Martindale read the annual report of the Primitive Methodist African Missionary society on Monday at CanaanStreetChurch, Broad Marsh, Nottingham.

Nottinghamshire Guardian (London, England), Saturday, August 12, 1899; pg. 8; Issue 2829. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II

College of Preceptors: The result of the certificates and junior forms examinations at the Nottingham centre, which were held in the UniversityCollege last June has now been ascertained. The following is a list in the Nottingham centre of those who obtained certificates in the order of merit: Boys: Class 111 divison 1: H. T. Martindale.

Nottinghamshire Guardian (London, England), Saturday, April 28, 1900; pg. 3; Issue 2867. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Nottingham Primitive Methodist Church Council: The quarterly meeting of this body was held at Canaan Street, Church on Saturday under the presidency of Mr. H. Clarke., when the subject of Temperance Reform was considered. The Rev. G. G. Martindale and others took part in the discussion. The drinking facilities in Nottingham also engaged the attention of the meeting, and the granting of music hall licences was condemned-one speaker stating that recently 400 young people were together on one public house. On the other hand several business men held that the dearth of temperance hotels and ordinary refreshment houses was a disgrace to the city. Resolutions were passed in favour of the temperance bills now before Parliament.

Nottinghamshire Guardian (London, England), Saturday, August 25, 1900; pg. 8; Issue 2884. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

Oxford Local Examinations: The division lists in the Oxford Local examinations were issued on Monday by the secretary of the Delegacy.

Pass List: Nottingham: Huntingdon Street, Higher Grade School: H. T. Martindale

 

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