Salisbury St Marks Road Primitive Methodist chapel

St. Marks Road SALISBURY SP1 3AY

St Marks Road Primitive Methodist chapel
Keith Guyler 1992

A Primitive Methodist Mission registered places of worship in 1823 and by 1827 the New Primitive Methodist Mission had a room in New Street for services and a small society was formed. By 1833 Salisbury was at the head of a circuit with two preachers and 250 members. The first chapel was built in Fisherton Street and St Marks Road Primitive Methodist chapel in Salisbury was opened in 1890.

It closed in 1971 when it was taken over by Christian Scientists.  Since 1989 it has been used by Jehovah’s Witnesses.

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  • Sorry, we have no reference to George Spicer on this site. You could try looking for his Primitive Methodist activity in circuit and chapel minutes which could well be found in the Wiltshire County Archives.

    By Christopher Hill (28/05/2019)
  • Hello Christopher, my sister and I are researching the Primitive Methodists in Salisbury around 1880 and wondered if you’d have any info on George Spicer at all?

    By Michael Spicer (28/05/2019)

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