St. Ives Primitive Methodist Chapel, Cornwall.

Henry Roe - Minister 1883-1885

Henry Roe was the Minister at St. Ives Primitive Methodist Chapel from 1883 until 1885. He eventually retired to live there and attend the church until his death in October 1920 in a carriage at the local railway station. He is buried in the Barnoon cemetery overlooking the sea.

St. Ives Primitive Methodist Chapel, Fore Street, St. Ives
Robin Crossley
Inside St. Ives Chapel March 2013 Open Day. This is how it would have been when Henry preached there.
Robin Crossley
Upstairs seating in St. Ives Chapel untouched.Taken March 2013 at an Open Day.
Robin Crossley
1837 St. Ives Primitive Methodist Chapel in 1983
Keith Guyler 1983

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  • St Ives Fore Street Methodist.

    http://www.fsmcstives.org.uk/This chapel is as it describes itself a one chapel Methodist circuit and is a thriving and active church within the town.
    It was one of several Methodist chapels ( of all various types) in St Ives which were the first Methodist circuit in Cornwall from the early days of the Wesley’s outreach, and  centre of revival and outreach in the early 19th Century in West Cornwall and together with St Ives Bible Christian Methodist Chapel   http://biblechristian.org.uk/   are the remaining chapels of this once very active hub of Methodism . The chapels web site has a history link on its web site to its Primitive Methodist links along with a link to a written history of the chapel and Methodists in St Ives….valuable in researchhttp://www.fsmcstives.org.uk/historyAlso the Bible Christian chapel has a history link which over laps, by local Methodist historian JCC Probert..again valuable research   http://biblechristian.org.uk/history.htmDetails of the BC chapel submitted to My Bible Christian site.

    By David Cracknell (29/06/2017)
  • Richard and Agnes Harry are my great, great, great grandparent.  It would seem Noala Snowdon we are related

    By Debbie Harry-Clarke (25/04/2017)
  • This is where my Great Great Grandparents Richard and Agnes Harry and their families worshipped and were baptised during the 1800’s

    Richard is the central figure in WHY Titcomb’s painting ‘Primitive Methodist at Prayer’

    By Nola Snowdon (28/03/2017)
  • My grandparents, John Richards & Elizabeth Clark were married here on 31st March 1894.

    By David Richards (12/02/2014)

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