Broomfleet Primitive Methodist Chapel, Yorkshire
Broomfleet is situated four miles south-west of Cave on the banks of the River Humber.
East Riding of Yorkshire Archives, Beverley has the following information about this chapel.
Ref. EMG/180: The Primitive Methodist chapel was built in 1861 and sold in 1936.
Ref. EMG/180/5: Charity Commission: Order for appointments of Trustees for charity Broomfleet Primitive Methodist Chapel and papers, 13th Dec., 1904.
Ref. EMG/180/2: Certificate of place of worship, Primitive Methodist Jubilee Chapel, Broomfleet, 19th April, 1862.
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Genuki has the following information from Bulmer’s History and Directory of East Yorkshire (1892):- “(The Primitive Methodist Chapel) was built in 1861, at a cost of £136, and will seat 80 persons.”
The North Cave Circuit Plan, 1904, identifies that there was also a Primitive Methodist place of worship at Broomfleet Landing.