Baildon Primitive Methodist chapel

Bradford circuit

By Christopher Hill

Baildon Primitive Methodist chapel in the Bradford circuit opened in 1825.  W Fieldsend notified the Primitive Methodist magazine, but all he said was that it measured 17'(w) x 19'(l) and had a gallery.

Colin Dews points out that its successor as a chapel still exists as a commercial building.


Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine 1826 page 55

 

This page was added by Christopher Hill on 08/09/2017.
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West Yorkshire Archives Service, Bradford branch:

Ref. DOO/1/9: Form of Prayer to be used in the joint service of Intercession on behalf of the National & Empire at Towngate, Baildon. Attended by Church of England, Moravian, Wesleyan and Primitive Methodist Representatives, 8th Oct., 1916.

Ref. 40D/76/2/1/3: Baildon Moor Primitive Methodist Chapel miscellaneous documents, copy conveyance, etc. 

By Raymond E.O.Ella
On 11/04/2018

The National Archives (formerly The Public Record Office):

Ref. RG 4/2599: Baildon PM Chapel Births/Baptisms, 1807-1837, !.

By Raymond E.O.Ella
On 09/05/2018