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Primitive Methodist History
Locations and Dates of Primitive Methodist Conferences
Year Date Location 1819 August Nottingham (preliminary meeting) 1820 May Hull 1821 2-10 May Tunstall 1822 28 May- 5 June Loughborough 1823 20-29 May Leeds 1824 June Halifax 1825 31 May – 9 June Sunderland 1826 16-25 May Nottingham 1827 15-24 May Manchester 1828 comm 14 May Tunstall 1829 comm 14 May Scotter 1830 13-20 May Hull 1831 20-25 May Leicester 1832 18-24 ...
Primitive Methodist Conference - Lowestoft 1911
The bearded gentleman at the back, in front of the open doorway is Richard Wright, father of Rev Harold Wright. He ...
Primitive Methodist History
'On Worship in the Open Air, and Camp Meetings'
A New Code of Rules for Chapel Keepers
A Plea for Experimental Christianity
A potter and a wheelwright
A special class ticket?
Annual Metropolitan Missionary Meeting
Connexional Book Stewards
Evangelists' Home evangelists - 50 names
Example of the front page of Bible Reading and Prayer Union Booklet from 1920
General Missionary and General Committee Secretaries
George Seaman, John Hammond and John Smith - Champions of East Anglia: A notable Trio
How my Ancester became a Primitive Methodist Preacher in the 1820s
Hugh Bourne's Journal - On processioning, ministring to children, and other matters
Hugh Bourne's Journal, 1837-38
Local Preachers' Discipline (Burland circuit, 1850-70)
Lorenzo Dow: The Founder of American Camp Meetings
Martha Hammond, nee Fayers
Minutes of a Meeting held at Nottingham, August 1819
Notices from the Circuit Reports taken in March 1838
On the origin of the Primitive Methodist Connexion
Our First Preaching Places and 'Dinah Morris'
Permanent Members of Conference as required by the Deed Poll
Presidents of Conference
Primitive Methodism remembers John Wesley
Primitive Methodist beliefs
Primitive Methodist Class Tickets: an introduction
Primitive Methodist Iconography Part 1
Primitive Methodist Iconography Part 2
Primitive Methodist Insurance Company
Reminiscences of Great Preachers: Through Memory’s Sunset Air
Revival Scenes in a Colliery Village
Rough Informal Energy
Secretaries of Conference
Special Class Tickets.
State of the PM Connexion in 1843
The 'highly improper' story of Mow Cop
The 1860 Jubilee Celebration
The Conference, 1838
The development of Governance in the Primitive Methodist Connexion
The Second Mow Cop Camp Meeting
Vice-Presidents of Conference from 1885
Were lay people ordained in the Primitive Methodist Church?
What is Primitive Methodism? A short introduction
What was a District Meeting like?
Discussion papers in 1908 on matters concerning the Primitive Methodist Connexion