Bicker Primitive Methodist chapel

School Lane Bicker PE20 3DW

The 1854 Bicker Primitive Methodist chapel on the left; the 1908 chapel is on the right
Keith Guyler 1995
1908 Bicker Primitive Methodist chapel
Keith Guyler 1991

Bicker Primitive Methodist chapel had at least three buildings.  The first dates from 1835; the society originally used a house.

The second chapel dates from 1854.

The third chapel dates from 1908. It is still active in 2015.

Location: 227376

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  • Lincolnshire Archives, Lincoln :

    ref. MLI91938 (PRN 13953) descriptive photo c.1988, Bicker [former] PM Chapel, School Lane.

    ref. Meth/C/Bicker, School, Lane, records at the Gentlemen’s Society, The Museum, Broad St., Spalding.

    Name index P, 1st. World War:
    PERRY, John William, biographical notes on Pte. J. Perry of Bicker.
    He had attended the Bicker Primitive Methodist Sunday School.
    In France July 1916, gassed yet after recovery on leaving Hospital , later died in a battle charge age 18, 30th July 1917, buried Belgium.
    Memorial Service held at Bicker Primitive Methodist Chapel, School Lane.

    By Raymond E. O. Ælla (19/01/2022)

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