Croit y Caley Primitive Methodist Chapel, Isle of Man

The Croit y Caley (Ebenezer) Chapel was built in 1881. It replaced the use of a building loaned by the occupant of Kentraugh Mill. Follow the link to the manxnotebook website to view a picture of the chapel.

The 1941 Methodist Statistical Return identifies the chapel built of stone, seating 120 in pews with no additional rooms.

Eiraght Ashoonagh Vannin (Manx National Heritage), i-Museum, Photographic Archives has the following information:

  • Ref. ID number PG/11304: Black & White photograph of the first Primitive Methodist Chapel, Croit y Caley, Rushen, Isle of Man, photograph taken 28th Aug.,1953. This PM Chapel, situated west side of road at Kentraugh Mill corner, later became a garden shed. When the photograph was taken the building was in a semi-ruinous state.

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  • Additional to previous posting .
    ref. I.D. 41274, classification E. 241/KEN., date 6th Sept., 1857: Kentraugh Mill, Primitive Methodist schooling, 2 sermons by preacher Quayle Stowell, ( document in poor condition).

    ref. M 08237, classification E.240/Ixf (p.22), The annual sermons, Primitive Methodist, Kentraugh Mill [store roomed chapelry], Sunday schooling, 1st.Sept., 1850, by Rev. A. Sager : Hymn sheet.

    Kentraugh Mill was/is open to the public and the grounds now called the Chapel Garden.

    Kind regards, Ray & Marie (Æ).

    NB: there is now a separate page on this site for Kentraugh Mill Primitive Methodist chapel; see it here.

    By Raymond E. O. Ella ( Ælla ). (27/05/2022)

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