Rhodes Primitive Methodist Chapel, Middleton, Lancs

The Sunday School in 1926

Rhodes: return from the Primitive Methodist chapel to the 1851 Census of Places of Public Religious worship. Return no: 475 4 1 2
transcribed by David Tonks 2021

An account of a Sunday School social, at which Miss Albison was the pianist, Mrs Radcliffe the violinist, and Mr Harry Roberts the master of ceremonies.

On the Sunday, a presentation was made to Mr T J Hilton ‘on the completion of 50 years as a scholar, teacher and member of this school and church.’ Mr Fred Dawson presided, and Mr S Heywood and Mr Gough spoke of the good work that was being done.

 

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  • I’ve added the Return from the Primitive Methodist chapel at Rhodes in Middleton parish to the 1851 Census of Places of Public Religious worship. The return, completed by Samuel Smethurst, the Society Steward, says the chapel, opened in 1846, held just over 200 people. There was also an active Sunday school.

    By Christopher Hill (07/03/2021)

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