Humbleton Primitive Methodist chapel

Main Road, Humbleton HU11 4NL

The opening of Humbleton Primitive Methodist chapel is descriobed by R Langham in the Primitive Methodist magazine. The society had previous met in Robert Key’s cottage but Alfred Smith, Esq., of Humbleton gave the land for a chapel. The society raised £50 of the £120 cost of the chapel which measured 25′ x 18′.

The foundation-stone was laid on August 23rd 1860 by Mrs. S. Twilton, an aged member of the society. The opening services took place from November 4th 1860. Preachers included Revs. T. Bennett, of Bridlington, T. Bennett and J. Wilson, with Messrs. P. Jackson, W.Camplin, and Mr. Gray, of Sproutley.

The chapel was still in use in 1980 but was sold in November 2005. You could have bought it for £110,000 as a place to live in in 2016.


Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine March 1861 page 169

 

Comments about this page

  • East Riding of Yorkshire Archives, Beverley:

    Ref. MRW/13/1-6: File for Sale of Humbleton PM Chapel 1993-1994, including copy of Conveyance 25th Oct., 1965, relating to land south and east of the Chapel. Cash Accounts Book 1860-1932, 1933-1959 and a list of contributions towards building the PM Chapel, 1860.

    The Humbleton PM Chapel (built 1860, closed 1992) was fitted-out from a closed Chapel at Burton Pidsea. 

    Other Document.

    By Raymond E.O.Ella (25/03/2018)

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