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'In Quires and Places where they sing'
Some leading choirmasters
Choir Rules and Choir members
Nottingham Road Primitive Methodist chapel, Loughborough; January 1920
Jobbing musician for hire in Swindon
Organist at Clifton Street PM church
Leicester Claremont Street Choir
"An absence of discord amongst the members"
New organs in Wiltshire
Clifton Street, Swindon and Lower Stratton organ appeals
Newcastle upon Tyne Benton Square Primitive Methodist Chapel
Chapel & Orchestra
Organ opening at New York Belle Vue Primitive Methodist chapel
Miss Ellen Wood, of Smelthouse presided at the organ
Primitive Methodist Brass Bands
Many Primitive Methodist chapels were associated with brass bands. A band fitted well with the outgoing evangelism of the societies ...
Pure water is the drink for me
seeking the words for this song
Sacriston PM Chapel Choir 1900, Co. Durham
Stafford Primitive Methodist Choir
an impressive array of hats
Wedgwood Chapel Choir, Crewe, 1878
Can you name any of these people?
central to Primitive Methodism
First World War
Graveyards and Cemeteries
Primitive Methodist History