Elmstead Heath Primitive Methodist chapel

Elmstead Heath Primitive Methodist chapel was built 1867.

Martin Broom, who supplied the date of building tells us that there is a stone in a garden wall on the site.  Where was the chapel? I cannot find it on maps I have access to.

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  • Deeds exist at Essex Records Office from 1843-1968; with the Chapel being restored in 1904. (ERO D/NM 104; C1079; C732)

    Many Victorian OS maps erronously say “Baptist Chapel”, opposite the also closed “Rose and Crown Inn”. It is roughly the site of the modern A&K Windows.

    By Rob Butcher - Local History Recorder (17/11/2021)
  • Until the 1960s this was a thriving cause. Problems arose concerning the building, which had to be demolished, and for some years the church met in a temporary building on the same site. This, sadly, closed in 1973, owing to lack of numbers.

    By Brian Clow (25/04/2020)

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