High Wycombe Primitive Methodist chapel

Return from High Wycombe (ii) Primitive Methodist chapel in the 1851 Census of Places of Public Religious Worship | Provided by David Tonks
Return from High Wycombe (ii) Primitive Methodist chapel in the 1851 Census of Places of Public Religious Worship
Provided by David Tonks
Return from High Wycombe (i) Primitive Methodist chapel in the 1851 Census of Places of Public Religious Worship | Provided by David Tonks
Return from High Wycombe (i) Primitive Methodist chapel in the 1851 Census of Places of Public Religious Worship
Provided by David Tonks

Some of the early history of High Wycombe Primitive Methodist chapel is shown in the The Primitive Methodist magazine. The November 1848 magazine  contains a report by Thomas Williams of the opening of the chapel on September 3rd 1848. Thirteen years later, in the 1861 magazine,  M Wilson tells us about the re-opening of the chapel after it  had been enlarged and a school room added.

At the re-opening services preachers included Revs. J. Hayden, E. Foizey, Messrs Hunt, Revs. T.H. Browne, D. Pledge and D. Kendall.  Donors included Sir George Dashwood, M.P., Martin T. Smith, Esq-, M.P. and T. Wheeler.

The 1875 Ordnance Survey map marks a Primitive Methodist chapel on Frogmoor.  Was that this chapel?

It might not be, because the 1851 Census of Places of Public Religious Worship has two reports of Primitive Methodist chapels in High Wycombe.

Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine November 1848 page 693

Primitive Methodist magazine February 1861 page 118

 

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