Hull Henry Hodge Memorial Primitive Methodist chapel

Hull Hodge Memorial Primitive Methodist chapel
Primitive Methodist Magazine 1902/420
Primitive Methodist Magazine 1871
Henry Hodge Memorial Primitive Methodist chapel

In 1873 the Henry Hodge Memorial Chapel was opened on Williamson Street, Holderness Road. It was designed by F.N. Pettingell and conceived before Hodge’s death,; Hodge himself contributed £1,000 towards the total cost of £7,300. It was reported to seat 1,300 people.

The chapel was built in red brick with blue and yellow brick and stone dressings.

It closed in 1940 and was used as a warehouse in 1964. Since then it has been demolished and the site used first as part of a haulage yard and on Street View in 2009 for housing.

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