Shadwell Primitive Methodist chapel

By Christopher Hill

Shadwell Primitive Methodist chapel in the London circuit was opened in 1832 and there is an account of it by John Oscroft in the Primitive Methodist magazine.  The foundation stone was laid on November 1stby Rev Fletcher

The chapel measured 36'(w) x 53'(l) x 22'6" (h), was galleried on 3 sides and boasted an 8 day clock on its front, the gift of Mrs. Sarah Gardner.  The total cost of land, building etc. was £1200.  

Opening services were held on 08/06/1832 & 10/06/1832. Preachers were Revs. George Evans, John Pyer and Alexander Fletcher on the Friday, and on the Sunday Samuel Atterby and John Oscroft


Primitive Methodist magazine 1833 page 266


This page was added by Christopher Hill on 28/08/2017.

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