Belfast Windsor Primitive Methodist chapel

Lawn Street

The 1901 Primitive Methodist magazine records that in the Windsor area of Belfast, a new and growing locality, the Primitive Methodist Connexion had secured a church and schools. They had been built two years previously for an Independent Church, and met the requirements of the Irish Education Code..

The Prims had paid £1,500 and there was a ground rent of £25 per year.  The writer was not convinced that the Connexion could afford it.


Primitive Methodist magazine December 1901 pages 951-952

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