Wath Nash Row Primitive Methodist chapel

“The Hoyland circuit has opened a place of worship at Nash Row, Wath, a locality unoccupied by any church.  Provision has been made for some 400 worshippers and the place is well attended.

A good Sunday school has been started and the work at this place, though of only recent date,  has more than warranted the step taken and promises well for the future.”

Where was this chapel? It is not the one on West Street which dates from 1864.  I am unable to find the location of Nash Row.

A Primitive Methodist chapel does appear after the 1890 Ordnance Survey map and before the 1901 map on the Doncaster Road where Gore Hill Close is.  The dates fit: was that it? There is new housing on the site on Street View.

Reference

Primitive Methodist magazine 1897 page 76

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