Daisy Bank Primitive Methodist chapel

By Christopher Hill

The Primitive Methodist magazine of November 1852 contains an account by Philip Pugh of the opening of Daisy Bank Primitive Methodist chapel in the Darlaston Circuit.

The society had been in need of a chapel for twenty years before the chapel was opened. The opening services took place on August 22nd and 29th 1852 when the preachers were Mr. W. George, of Shrewsbury, Mr Pugh, the Rev. H Wheeler of Stafford, and Mr. George Reynolds, of Bradley. The chapel measured around 12 yards by 10.

Do you know where this chapel was and what happened to it?


 

Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine November 1852 pp.690-691

This page was added by Christopher Hill on 14/02/2017.
Comments about this page

There is a former chapel in Daisy Bank Leek.  I will see if it has any markings in the stonework when I go past it next.

By Mickey Walker
On 31/10/2017

It has "The Maude Institute" and says it was a chapel of St Edwards C of E . So this page must be correct and it's somewhere in Darlaston.

By Mickey Walker
On 01/11/2017

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