Wyboston Primitive Methodist chapel

Wyboston Primitive Methodist chapel in 1984 | Keith Guyler 1984
Wyboston Primitive Methodist chapel in 1984
Keith Guyler 1984
Wyboston Primitive Methodist chapel in 1997 | Keith Guyler 1997
Wyboston Primitive Methodist chapel in 1997
Keith Guyler 1997

The Bedfordshire website gives a detailed account of Primitive Methodism in Wyboston, with names of those associated with the Society.

The chapel was opened in 1869.  It held a congregation of 120.

The chapel closed in 1991 and at the time of the second photograph in 1997 it was derelict.  It was demolished in 2006 to make room for new private housing. It stood just south of 55 High Street.


Reference

The Bedfordshire website accessed February 8th 2015

 

 

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  • Registration for Worship was made on 6 October 1870 by Oliver Jackson of Eynesbury (Hunts) Primitive Methodist Minister. (source Bedfordshire Chapels and Meeting Houses: Official Registration 1672-1901 Volume 75 Bedfordshire Historical Record Society – Edited by Edwin Welch)

    By Tim Banks (01/03/2015)

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