Irby on Humber, Hill Primitive Methodist Chapel, Lincolnshire

if they could not build where they would, they would build where they could

Lincolnshire Archives, Lincoln has he following records relating to this chapel.

Ref. Meth/C/Irby on Humber, Hill/C: Trust & Committees.

Ref. Meth/C/Irby on Humber, Hill/A: Registration of Membership.

Ref. Meth/C/Irby on Humber, Hill/H: Sunday School.

Ref. Meth/C/Irby on Humber, Hill/H/3/1: Primitive Methodist Sunday School Teachers Meetings, 1925-1932/3.

The PM Chapel was built in 1861, was scheduled to close in 1932, and finally closed in1933. 

The chapel was part of the Grimsby PM Circuit 1861-1869 and the Grimsby Second PM Circuit from1869 to 1932, closure finalised 1933.

The Government O.S. Map, 6″ inch scale, 1887, Irby upon Humber identifies the location of the chapel.

On the top right near Hog Pit Hill the PM Chapel is cited, yet on the edge of Irby upon Humber parish boundary. The Wesleyan Chapel is also cited, near the village centre.

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  • “We have needed (a chapel) some time, but could not obtain land to build on, until our friend Wm. Lusby purchased a small estate in the vicinity of the village, and generously offered a site for a chapel. The friends wished to have a more convenient place, yet determined if they could not build where they would, they would build where they could, and rather than be without a house in which to worship God, they would cheerfully submit to a little inconvenience in attending their present one.” (C Kendall Primitive Methodist magazine September 1861 page 556).

    The chapel opened on May 19th 1861 and cost £100 of which they had raised half. There was a celebration tea meeting together with sermons by J. Coatsworth, Esq., (Wesleyan) and Wm. Render, of Hull

    By Christopher Hill (11/04/2018)

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