Congleton - Buglawton (Mill Street) Primitive Methodist Chapel Cheshire

The building was converted into a Chapel in 1855

Photo No.1 Original chapel taken from HB Kendal's 'Origins and History of Primitive Methodism'.

At the moment no information is known about this chapel.

Photos 2-5 taken April 2015

OS Map Ref:118:SJ701551

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  • This building was acquired by the Primitive Methodists for a chapel in 1855 [not 1823]. In a deed dated 20th August 1855 it was described as having been “formerly used as a drying kiln and now being converted into a chapel”.
    The earliest known Tunstall Circuit plan on which Buglawton appears is that for the third quarter of 1825.
    A caption to Photo no. 1 in Kendall [Vol. 1 p.] wrongly identifies Buglawton as “Roggin Row – one of the places on the First [i.e. 1812] plan” In fact Roggin Row was between Talke and Chesterton in North Staffordshire

    By John Anderson (19/08/2023)

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