Gringley Primitive Methodist chapel

the first Gringley Primitive Methodist chapel
Keith Guyler 1995
second Gringley Primitive Methodist chapel
Keith Guyler 1995

The first Gringley Primitive Methodist chapel dates from 1838. It was replaced in 1900 by a second chapel and after closure became a house.

The laying of the foundation stones for the second chapel is recorded in the Primitive Methodist magazine of 1888 – although this is 12 years before Keith Guyler’s date for the second chapel. The stones were laid by the Vice-President of Conference and more than half the cost had been raised by the time of the stone laying.

Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine October 1888 page 635

Comments about this page

  • Though Gringley on the Hill Primitive Methodist chapel was associated with Gainsborough and Lincolnshire circuits, Gringley is in Nottinghamshire and should be listed in that county.

    By David Leese (09/01/2022)
  • I live in Gringley on the Hill and I’m currently researching some of the buildings which has led me to discover that apparently the first chapel was on the High Street in the village. It was built in 1800.

    By Sue Wolstenholme (27/07/2020)
  • Lincolnshire Archives, Lincoln:

    A mention that the second PM Chapel was built in 1888 and the other then used has a School Room.

    Gringley on the Hill, Little Lane Chapel, Primitive Methodist.

    Ref. Meth/C/Gringley, Little Lane/D/1/4: Conveyance & a Site Plan, 2nd March 1927.

    Ref. Meth/C/Gringley, Little Lane/D/1/3: Lease for 7 years, with a site plan, 2nd Dec., 1889.

    By Ray & Marie (Mr. & Mrs. Ella) (18/12/2017)

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