Staxton Primitive Methodist chapel

Main Street, Staxton, SCARBOROUGH, YO12 4SY

former Staxton Primitive Methodist chapel
Keith Guyler 2000

Staxton Primitive Methodist chapel was opened in 1847 according to the date stone over the door.   It is built in red brick in Flemish bond, with a slate roof. The opening on December 12th is recorded in the Primitive Methodist magazine  by J Cheeseman. There is further detail there.

On Google Street View in March 2009 it is disused and boarded up.

OS Grid Ref. TA0186479209


Primitive Methodist magazine March 1848 page 181

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  • North Yorkshire Record Office, Northallerton:

    Ref. R/M/FIL: Filey Methodist Circuit Records, to include Staxton Primitive Methodist Records 1863-1932, 1933-1996.

    Crimlisk Fisher Archives (at Filey Council Offices):

    Ref. PM/1/1: Staxton (near Willerby) PM Chapel information.

    Note: Willerby Staxton, North Yorkshire, not the Willerby in East Yorkshire. 

    By Raymond E.O.Ella (10/07/2018)

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