Stoke-on-Trent Baddeley Edge Primitive Methodist Chapel Staffordshire

This chapel was built in 1874

Stoke-on-Trent Baddeley Edge Primitive Methodist Chapel Staffordshire | Elaine and Richard Pearce December 2015
Elaine and Richard Pearce December 2015
Stoke-on-Trent Baddeley Edge Primitive Methodist Chapel Staffordshire | Elaine and Richard Pearce December 2015
Elaine and Richard Pearce December 2015
Stoke-on-Trent Baddeley Edge Primitive Methodist Chapel Staffordshire | Elaine and Richard Pearce December 2015
Elaine and Richard Pearce December 2015
Stoke-on-Trent Baddeley Edge Primitive Methodist Chapel Staffordshire | Elaine and Richard Pearce December 2015
Elaine and Richard Pearce December 2015
Stoke-on-Trent Baddeley Edge Primitive Methodist Chapel Staffordshire
Stoke-on-Trent Baddeley Edge Primitive Methodist Chapel Staffordshire | Elaine and Richard Pearce December 2015
Elaine and Richard Pearce December 2015
Stoke-on-Trent Baddeley Edge Primitive Methodist Chapel Staffordshire | Elaine and Richard Pearce December 2015
Elaine and Richard Pearce December 2015
Stoke-on-Trent Baddeley Edge Primitive Methodist Chapel Staffordshire | Elaine and Richard Pearce December 2015
Elaine and Richard Pearce December 2015
Stoke-on-Trent Baddeley Edge Primitive Methodist Chapel Staffordshire | Elaine and Richard Pearce December 2015
Elaine and Richard Pearce December 2015
Stoke-on-Trent Baddeley Edge Primitive Methodist Chapel Staffordshire | Elaine and Richard Pearce December 2015
Elaine and Richard Pearce December 2015

Baddeley Edge is a small village on the outskirts of Stoke-on-Trent. It sits in an elevated position with views over the surrounding countryside. The small stone built chapel, to which has been added a red brick extension(1902), has a commanding position. It is a truly lovely spot.

In 2015 the chapel is alive and thriving. A Sunday School, at which more than twenty children attend, meets every Sunday morning and there are evening services every Sunday at 6.00pm the average attendance being between eighteen and twenty,

Photos taken December 2015

OS Map Ref: 118:SJ914511

Location: Brindley Lane

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  • Elaine and Richard Pearce. Hi, I found your post and photos. I am doing family history research. Given your name and interest in the Primitive Methodists I am interested if it is possible that there is a link between our families. My family traces back to Staffordshire and especially Brierley Hill and Dudley region. My Great Great Grandparents are Alexander and Ruth (Hill) Pearce and further back to James and Jemima (Knowles) Pearce and further back to a Richard Pearce.

    By Neville Pearce (Brisbane Qld Australia) (06/01/2020)

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