Pocklington Primitive Methodist chapel, E Yorks

Union St, 1865

Engraving published in the Christian Messenger 1867
Engraving published in the Christian Messenger 1867

The second Primitive Methodist Chapel in Pocklington was a grand affair, built in 1865 at a cost of £1,200.  It has now been demolished. For more information and photos, click here.

There was an earlier chapel on another site.

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Transcription of Article published in the Christian Messenger 1867.

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  • I have added a transcription of an article about this chapel published in the Christian Messenger 1867.

    By Geoff Dickinson (20/12/2019)
  • East Riding of Yorkshire Archives, Beverley:

    Ref. DDPY (7?)/90: Certificate of baptism for Evelyn Scotthern at the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Pocklington, 1911.

    Ref. MRP/22: Primitive Methodist Chapel, Pocklington, built on Chapmangate 1820, closed 1865, replaced by one on Union Street, closed 1964, demolished 1978/9. Documents: various, e.g., Trustees Meetings Book, Marriage Registers, Accounts Book, etc. 

    By Ray & Marie (Mr. & Mrs. Ella) (03/06/2018)
  • A chapel in Chapmangate built in 1820 closed 1865; architect said to be H. Ibbertson, Pocklington.

    The successor chapel in Union Street closed 1964, demolished 1978

    By Colin Dews (02/03/2018)

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