The return from the Primitive Methodist chapel in Mevagissey to the 1851 Census of Places of Public Religious worship was completed by the minister, Robert Watson Monkman of St Austell. He reports that the chapel was erected before 1800 and seated 125 with a further 60 standing. On Census Sunday there was one service in the evening which attracted 430 people – it was quite full! The normal congregation was 120 for a morning service.
I cannot find the chapel on late Nineteenth Century Ordnance Survey maps. Where was this chapel and what happened to it and its people.