Keyingham Primitive Methodist Chapel, Yorkshire

National Archives (formerly The Public Record Office) reference numbers for the East Riding of Yorkshire Archive, Beverley:

Ref. zMRW/14/1-31: Keyingham Primitive Methodist Chapel, built in 1823, closed 1846, new Chapel built same year then later converted into a Sunday Schoolroom when another adjacent Chapel was  built in 1909. There is a good survival of documents amongst said reference

Ref. QDR/3/2: Registration of the Primitive Methodist Church/Chapel, Keyingham, 6th Jan., 1851. 

Follow this link to view a picture of the 1823 building now converted to a cottage.

The chapel built in 1846 is in Ings Lane – follow this link to the current church website to see a picture.

Some further information can be found on the following page -


Ref. zMRW also contains Records for The Withernsea (Patrington) Methodist Curcuit and includes former Patrington Primitive Methodist Circuit Chapel, e.g., Keyingham.

Ref. DDX1452/1: Branch of the Hull Primitive Methodist Circuit Preachers Plan for Keyingham, April-July 1839.

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  • The opening of Keyingham Primitive Methodist chapel is reported in the Primitive Methodist magazine (February 1847 page 118) by William Youle.
    The chapel opened on November 15th 1846.

    By Christopher Hill (08/05/2019)

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