Wrinehill PM Chapel, Staffordshire

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Den Lane junction with Main Road

By Tony Turner

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This page was added by Tony Turner on 18/10/2012.
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The chapel was opened in 1824. Two volumes of the Primitive Methodist magazine give more information about this chapel.  Page 190 (March) of the 1832 magazine gives details of its re-opening in 1831 after the addition of a gallery and page 150 of the 1834 magazine gives an account by T Morgan of the re-opening of the chapel after further work.  The size is given as 21'6"(w) x 24' (l) x 24' (h).

The 1831 re-opening took place on October 23rd and 24th. and was described by J Walford. Preachers on the Sunday were Mr. Paddison and Mr  Bateman, and on the Monday,  Mr Walford. Thanks were due especially to the family of Mr Brereton “who bestowed much labour and expense on the enlargement.”

By Christopher Hill
On 21/08/2017

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