Sutton Primitive Methodist chapel

Wisbech circuit - but which Sutton?

The 1834 Primitive Methodist magazine contains an account by William Hardwick of the opening of Sutton Primitive Methodist chapel.

Opening services took place on June 1st 1834.  The chapel measured 18′(w) x 24′(l)

What brother Hardwick didn’t tell us is which Sutton this is – there are several possibilities. Can you help?


Reference

The 1834 Primitive Methodist Magazine page 399

 

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  • I can find five Suttons North of Wisbech straddling the Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire Border. Long Sutton, Sutton Bridge, Sutton St Edmund, Sutton St James and Sutton S Mary Parish. All have a PM Chapel recorded in and around them on your database and extensive research has revealed no new PM Chapels within the area of the Suttons so is this Sutton a reference to a Chapel you already have.

    By Paul Wood (30/08/2019)

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