Greetland Primitive Methodist chapel

location of former Lindwell Primitive Methodist chapel, Greetland

By Christopher Hill

In the September 1858 Primitive Methodist magazine we are told that Greetland Primitive Methodist chapel was not big enough for the number in the Sunday school so they moved a wall several feet back.  

This was possibly the Lindwell chapel on The Carriage Drive.  On Google StreetView in June 2015 it is still recognisable as a chapel but in the process of conversion.


Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine September 1858 page 562

 

This page was added by Christopher Hill on 17/09/2017.
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West Yorkshire Archives Service:

Ref. MISC 904. ACC No.1685. CCO1685: W.H. Gledhill, Printers, Elland. 

Lindwell Primitive Methodist Church/Chapel Sunday School Concert Anniversary Programmes 1924-1932, etc. Same for Wall Nook PM Sunday School, Barkisland.

Kind regards,

Ray & Marie. 

By Raymond E.O.Ella
On 08/01/2018

West Yorkshire Archives Service (Calderdale Branch):

Ref. MISC: 1024: ( Greetland PM Chapel/Church): Baptism Registers, 1862-1932, 1933/4-1950.

Ref........? : Financial Records (Greetland PM Chapel/Church) 1853-1922. Minutes of Meetings 1838-1932, 1933/4-1967.

Ref. WYC1531: Registers of Burials (!) 1913-1933/4 - 2001.

By Raymond E.O.Ella
On 08/01/2018

West Yorkshire Archives Service, Calderdale branch:

Ref. MISC 375: Lindwell Primitive Methodists. Band of Hope Poem "A Hint to Drunkards". Minutes Book 1840-1870.

Ref. CC01728: Additional Records, 1838-1932, 1933-1967. Graveyard Plan 20th century. Lindwell Primitive Methodists.  

Ref. CMT5/BIP/G: Trustees of Lindwell Primitive Methodist, Plan of alteration to Chapel, 1896.

Ref. EMR 189-230: Lindwell Primitive Methodist, Sunday School Records, 1868-1932, 1933-1977. 

By Raymond E.O.Ella
On 08/05/2018