East Chisenbury Primitive Methodist Chapel, Wilts

built 1896

1896 East Chisenbury Primitive Methodist Chapel as it was in 1990
Keith Guyler 1990
East Chisenbury Primitive Methodist Chapel after conversion and before it was sold in 1990
Keith Guyler 1990
Return from Chisenbury Enford Primitive Methodist chapel in the 1851 Census of Places of Public Religious Worship
Provided by David Tonks

 

 

 

Editor’s Notes:

  1. See Ernest E Fisher who carried out a baptism here in 1905.
  2. Nathan Hale, the steward,  tells us in the 1851 Census of Places of Public Religious Worship that a dissenting chapel in Enford РChisenbury  held services on Census Sunday for 14 (morning), 48 (afternoon) and 51 (evening) worshippers. It was actually a dwelling house, erected around 1845.

Comments about this page

  • Return from the 1851 Census of Places of Public Religious Worship has been added to this page

    By Christopher Hill (30/10/2019)
  • I was living with my grandparents during ww2 and most Sundays I would be worshipping in this chapel with my family and friends. With the tortoise heater we were cosy in the winter. Preachers from the Andover Circuit came to take services – and sometimes we had younger folk as NCO’s from Tidworth would take our services. All the preachers would have tea – circulating round three of the village families – including my grandmother. I was in disgrace one week as I happily said while having tea that I liked having people to tea as we had real butter! So many memories are stirred from these pictures!

    By Christine Burrell (26/02/2019)
  • Ernest E Fisher Not Ernest B

    By Alan J Anderson (21/02/2016)
  • Thanks for pointing out the typo – I have made the correction.

    By Geoff Dickinson (21/02/2016)

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