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Bewicke Main PM Chapel, Co. Durham
Bill Quay PM Chapel, Co. Durham
Blaydon Haughs (The Spike) Primitive Methodist Chapel, Co. Durham
At Blaydon Haughs there were two chapels, one was a little tin hut, an Anglican Mission, on Patterson Street , ...
Blaydon Primitive Methodist Chapel, Co. Durham
Blaydon Primitive Methodist Chapel, Shibdon Road, Blaydon, Co. Durham 1885-1933 The Blaydon Circuit was formed out of the Newcastle 2nd. circuit in ...
Blue Quarries Primitive Methodist Society, Gateshead
The Primitive Methodists – or “Ranters” as they were affectionately known, began to meet in the hamlet of Blue Quarries ...
Boldon Colliery Ebenezer PM Chapel, Co. Durham
Boldron Primitive Methodist Chapel, Teesdale Circuit, Yorkshire (now County Durham)
Bowlees Primitive Methodist Chapel Teesdale Co Durham
Built in 1845 this chapel was last used for worship in 1968
Brookside Primitive Methodist chapel, Evenwood
Swan Street, Evenwood, BISHOP AUCKLAND, DL14 9RA
Browney Lane Primitive Methodist chapel, Meadowfield
Browney Lane Browney DURHAM DH7 8HU
Burnopfield Colliery Primitive Methodist chapel
Hobson, NE16 6EA
Butterknowle Primitive Methodist, South Side
near Barnard Castle
Chester le Street Primitive Methodist chapel
The laying of the foundation stone for Chester le Street Primitive Methodist chapel is reported by JA in the Primitive ...
Chowdene (Bute Terrace) PM Chapel, Co. Durham
The earliest reference to the PM’s meeting in Low Fell, is recorded in 1824 when it was noted that the ...
Cockfield Primitive Methodist Chapel, County Durham
Corstophine Town/Templetown PM
South Shields, Co. Durham
Darlington Primitive Methodist chapel
William Clowes writes in the Primitive Methodist magazine of the opening of Darlington Primitive Methodist chapel in the Darlington branch ...
Durham Primitive Methodist chapel
Silver Street, then North Street
Easington Lane Primitive Methodist chapel
Brickgarth, DH5 0LE
East Hedleyhope Primitive Methodist Chapel, Co Durham
A tin tabernacle
Eggleston Primitive Methodist chapel
Felling Primitive Methodist Chapel, Co. Durham
The Primitive Methodists began meeting in (High) Felling in the 1820s in the home of a Mrs Shepherd. Later meetings ...
Forest 'Ebenezer' Primitive Methodist Chapel Teesdale Co. Durham
This chapel was built in 1880 and probably closed in the 1990s
Frosterley PM Chapel, Weardale
Still in use today as a Methodist church
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