Kirton End Ebenezer Primitive Methodist chapel

Photo:1859 Kirton End Ebenezer Primitive Methodist chapel

1859 Kirton End Ebenezer Primitive Methodist chapel

Keith Guyler 1995

Kirton End PE20 1NR

By Christopher Hill

Kirton End Ebenezer Primitive Methodist chapel dates from 1859. The society amalgamated with the Wesleyan Methodists before overall Methodist union in 1932.

The chapel closed in 1932 and was sold in 1937. At the time of Keith Guyler's photograph in 1995 it was derelict and for sale. On Google Street View in 2009 it is little changed but more overgrown.

location: TF 291401

This page was added by Christopher Hill on 07/10/2015.
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Lincolnshire Archives, Lincoln has the following information about this chapel:

Ref. ML186271: Photographs of Kirton End PM Chapel.

Ref. Meth/C/Kirton End, W-Road/E/7/1: Papers re closure and sale of Chapel, 4 items (closed 1932) from 1935 to 1937.

Ref. Meth/C/Kirton End, W-Road/A/3/1: Membership List: List of 12 names headed "ex-PM members at Kirton End", c.1932/3. 

Ref. Meth/C/Kirton End, W-Road/C/4/2: Sunday School Insurance Policy, 1920.

Ref. Meth/C/Kirton End, W-Road/C/4/1: Fire Insurance Policy, 1879.

Ref. Meth/B/Boston P: Boston PM Circuit 1826-1932.

Ref. Meth/B/Boston P/H/1: Boston PM Circuit Preaching Plans 1900-1913, Schedules 1895-1913.

In the Lincoln, Rutland, Stamford Mercury Newspaper, 8th July 1859, page 4, Col.6:

There is mention of the newly built Primitive Methodist Chapel, Kirton End, Lincolnshire.

On 25 inch scale Government O.S. Maps (CXV11.8), year 1887 and 1903 for Frampton and Kirton areas it shows Kirton End and cites Meth.Chapel. (Prim.). Although the road not mentioned, it is on Willington Road.

In Lincolnshire Archives, Lincoln there is also the following document:

Ref. Acc 2008/139: 00. Kirton End Village Plan, year 1989.

By Raymond E.O.Ella
On 16/03/2018

Lincolnshire Archives, Lincoln:

Ref. Acc 2010/129:05. (Temporary reference). Boston PM Circuit Preaching Plan (printed on cloth) January-March, 1886.

Boston PM Circuit Preaching Plans 1930 & 1931.

By Raymond E.O.Ella
On 18/03/2018

Kelly's Directory, Lincolnshire, year 1905, pages 335-6.

Kirton entry section for Kirton End, mentioning a  Congregational Chapel built 1821, a Wesleyan Chapel. The Primitive Methodist Chapel built 1859, a Wesleyan Chapel built 1830 at Kirton Holme in 1820 and a Primitive Methodist Chapel built at Skeldyke in 1842.

Kelly's Directory, Lincolnshire, year 1922, entry for Kirton (section for Kirton End):

For Kirton End a mention of a Congregational Chapel built 1821, a Wesleyan Chapel built 1904, the Primitive Methodist Chapel built 1859. For Kirton Holme a mention of the Wesleyan Chapel built 1820, extended in 1910 and for Skeldyke the Wesleyan-Methodist Chapel built in 1908.

 

By Raymond E.O.Ella
On 20/03/2018

The Kirton End PM Chapel after planning permission granted, has now become a new home, a one bedroomed cottage. 

This following Link has information and pictures of the conversion from a state of dilapidation to a lovely little home:

http://www.homify.co.uk/ideabooks/1709449/a-heavenly-little-home-conversion

By Raymond E.O.Ella
On 20/03/2018

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