Rougham Primitive Methodist Chapel, Norfolk

Rachel Larkinson
1877 Rougham Primitive Methodist Chapel in 1987
Keith Guyler 1987

This is a picture of Rougham PM Chapel in Norfolk, which is now disused and sadly somewhat derelict. It was attended by the families of two of my great-grandparents, the Sculphers and the Morleys.  My great-grandparents, George and Mary Sulpher were still living in Rougham when my grandmother, Alice, was born and I have a copy of her baptism certificate.  She was baptised in this chapel on 29th December 1884 by John Buck and it is recorded in  the PM Register of the Lynn (King’s Lynn) Circuit.

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  • I would love to see the photos of Rougham as ancestor’s all came from Rougham.

    By julie hibbert (26/06/2016)
  • I have scans of eleven photo postcards of Rougham, dating from the early 1900s: the scenes include pupils outside the school, the village well, post office, the street and the square. I would be very happy to email these to anyone who might be interested to see them.

    Jane Richardson

    By jane richardson (17/02/2016)
  • Hi.

    Members of my family lived in Rougham. The surnames were Chilvers, Manning, Engledow. I have been to visit Rougham church several times.



    By Linda (13/02/2016)
  • Hi Rachel, I run the village shop in Rougham and would love to talk to you about your family and the history you have in Rougham!

    By Sammy (02/02/2016)
  • Could the building not be renovated, saved and turned into a small countryside Christian Youth Hostel and used by schools, churches and Scouts ?.   Is it for SALE ?. please, if so   How Much.?

    By Giles Beaumont (05/10/2015)

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