Newbottle Primitive Methodist chapel

Return from Newbottle Primitive Methodist chapel in the 1851 Census of Places of Public Religious Worship
Provided by David Tonks

On the 1895 Ordnance Survey map a Primitive Methodist chapel is shown on Back Lane, (now South Street). There was a Wesleyan chapel on Front Street.

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  • Documents that were in the Circuit Safe (now deposited at Durham CRO) include:
    Chapel enrollment 16 August 1893 for 63 years from the Earl of Durham
    Chapel enrolled Freehold 1 March 1950
    Registered for Worship 21 April 1894
    Registered for Marriages 28 April 1961

    The chapel, known as Newbottle Bourne, closed in 1962 and the premises were leased out. The building was sold on 22 Jan 1976

    By Richard Jennings (19/09/2020)

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