New Holland Primitive Methodist Chapel

PM Chapel, New Holland, 1980
GW Oxley, Ref 020880
1877 New Holland Bethel Primitive Methodist Chapel as it was in 1996
Keith Guyler 1996
Barton on Humber Circuit Chapels
Christian Messenger 1908/121

(CH 05/2017)

1858 chapel

There is an account by Robert Langham in the 1859 Primitive Methodist magazine of the opening of New Holland Primitive Methodist chapel in the Barton circuit.

The land was given by Robert Bristow of Barrow on Humber and the foundation stone laid on July 8th 1858. Preachers at the ceremony and public tea in Mr Good’s tile shed were George Austin of London, R Langham, J Calvin, J Stephenson and R Barron.

The chapel opened from September 26 1858. Speakers at the services and public tea in Mr Chamberlin’s barn included J Dodsworth of Malton and T Ratcliffe of Winterton,

The 1858 chapel seated 130 and cost £136 of which they had raised £52.

1877 chapel

The 1878 Primitive Methodist magazine contains a note of the opening of a new Primitive Methodist chapel and  school at New Holland in the Barton station. The 1877 Primitive Methodist magazine records  the laying of the memorial  stones for the new Primitive Methodist chapel. We are told nothing more at that point.

This is the chapel shown in the photographs.  It was  in Barrow Road and carries the date 1877. It closed in 2006 and in 2010 was for sale.

Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine February 1859 pp.110-111

Primitive Methodist magazine 1877 page 699

Primitive Methodist magazine 1878 page 315

 

Comments about this page

  • Lincolnshire Archives, Lincoln:

    Ref. Meth/New Holland, Bethel//C/3/1: Trust Correspondences and Papers, e.g., letter regarding electricity supply, 1924.

    Ref. Meth/New Holland, Bethel/C/1/1: Trust Minutes Book 1893-1932, 1933-1936. 

    Ref. Meth/New Holland, Bethel/Title, List of Deeds & Documents.

    Other documents.

     

    By Raymond E.O.Ella (09/05/2018)
  • This is the Primitive Methodist Chapel in the village of New Holland, North Lincolnshire. Not to be confused with the area in Lincolnshire known as South Holland. 

    By C Reilly (19/10/2014)

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