Park Corner Primitive Methodist chapel

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Park Corner Primitive Methodist chapel

Keith Guyler 1993

former Park Corner Primitive Methodist chapel

Park Corner Nettlebed HENLEY-ON-THAMES RG9 6DR

By Christopher Hill

The Primitive Methodist chapel at Park Corner opened in 1851.  

The Primitive Methodists were dismissed by the long-standing high-church Rector as ranters and initially aroused ‘warm opposition’, but later received considerable support from local farmers and labourers.

The Park Corner chapel remained open until 1958.  It was then converted into a house.


Reference

Victoria County History of Oxfordshire Texts in Progress Swincombe accessed May 24th

 

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