Immingham Bethel Primitive Methodist chapel

Pelham Road, Immingham DN40 1NB

Immingham Bethel Primitive Methodist chapel
Keith Guyler

Immingham Bethel Primitive Methodist chapel was established by 1856.  The building in Keith Guyler’s photograph dates from 1910. The name was changed to Trinity in 1965 when the three Immingham societies united.

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  • The Builder, vol. 99, issue 3517, page 22, July 1910 :
    2nd. July. – A new Primitive Methodist Church is being built at Immingham at a cost of [ £] 1,000. The architect is Mr. G. H. Allison.
    Ray & Marie.

    By Raymond E O. Ella (19/09/2021)
  • Lincolnshire Archives, Lincoln:

    Meth/C/Immingham, Trinity/C/1/1: Trust Minute Book, 1920-1932 and later.

    Meth/C/Immingham, Trinity/D/1/1: Title (Conveyance), mentioning Rev. Thomas Allison Brown, of Grimsby, Superintendent Preacher, 24th April 1910.

    Grimsby PM Circuit 1856-1869,
    Grimsby First PM Circuit 1869-1898.
    Grimsby Third PM Circuit 1898-1932.

    By Ray & Marie (Mr. & Mrs. Ella) (05/01/2018)

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