Brompton Bethel Primitive Methodist chapel

Cockpit Hill Brompton NORTHALLERTON DL6 2RQ

former Brompton Primitive Methodist chapel
Keith Guyler 1998

Bethel Primitive Methodist chapel was located at Brompton, just outside Northallerton.  The chapel was built in 1820 on Cockpit Hill and served until it united with the former Wesleyan chapel in 1966.  A new Methodist church was opened in 1970.

The Primitive Methodist chapel became a house called, as many similar properties are, the Old Chapel.

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  • North Yorkshire Record Office, Northallerton :
    ref. R/M/NO2/2/24, Brompton, Primitive chapel, mortgage for £90 of the Ranters Chapel, 20th July 1821.

    ref. R/M/NO2/2, Brompton Primitive Methodist, Bethel Chapel, records 1821-1932, 1933-74. (/2/9 to include Sunday School treasurer’s account book 1889-1930s, etc.).

    ref. R/M/N—–?, Brompton Primitive Methodist circuit, baptisms 1834-1893-1932, continuation.

    ref. R/M/NO 21? – 2/2/19, Brompton Primitive Chapel, agreement relating to the supply of electricity to the Chapel, …….1924.

    Kind regards, Ray & Marie.

    By Raymond E. O. Ælla. (14/06/2022)

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