Malton circuit: places named on Primitive Methodist preaching plans

Malton Primitive Methodist chapel
Christian Messenger 1906/328

Susan Goodwill has compiled a list of places named on Primitive Methodist preaching plans for the Malton circuit from 1822 until Methodist Union in 1932.  The information comes from plans held at the Englesea Brook Museum of Primitive Methodism and at  the North Yorkshire County Record Office at Northallerton.

The list may be downloaded at the foot of this page.

Primitive Methodist Chapels in the Malton Circuit

in 1822 Duggleby, Kirkbygrindalythe, Coulton, Grimston, Ampleforth, Helmsley, Malton, Knapton, Scagglethorpe, Mennithorpe, Leavening, Burythorpe, Crambe, Hutton (Ambo?), Welburn, Bulmer, Terrington, Coneysthorpe, Sproxton, Pockley, Nawton, Harome (Harum), Kirkbymoorside, Nunnington, Ness, Brawby, Appleton, Swinton.

In 1831 New Malton, Old Malton, Burythorpe, Ryton, Hovingham, Scackleton, Ness, Helmsley, Pockley, Harome (Harum), Swinton, Coneysthorpe, Rillington, Scagglethorpe, Duggleby, Mennithorpe, Hutton, Coulton, Skewsby; Pickering, Marton, Newton, Wrelton, Lockton, Thornton (le Dale), Brawby, Wombleton, Kirkbymoorside, Middleton, Fadmoor, Rudland, Farndale, Hutton le Hole, Nawton.

In: Old Malton, Ryton, Hovingham, Scackleton, Rillington, Skewsby, Pickering, Marton, Newton, Wrelton, Lockton, Thornton (le Dale), Wombleton, Middleton, Fadmoor, Rudland, Farndale, Hutton (le Hole)

Out: Kirby Grindalythe, Grimston, Ampleforth, Ness, Knapton, Leavening, Crambe, Welburn, Bulmer, Terrington, Sproxton, Nunnington, Appleton.

In 1833 New Malton, Old Malton, Hovingham, Scackleton, Ness, Helmsley, Harome (Harum), Swinton, Coneysthorpe, Wintringham (Winteringham), Rillington, Scagglethorpe, Duggleby, Wharram (Wharham), Mennithorpe (Mennethorpe), Hutton (Huttons Ambo?), Coulton, Skewsby; Pickering, Marton, Newton, Wrelton, Lockton, Thornton (le Dale), Brawby, Wombleton, Kirkbymoorside, Middleton, Fadmoor, Rudland, Farndale, Hutton le Hole, Allerston.

In: Wintringham, Wharram, Allerston

Out: Burythorpe, Ryton, Pockley, Nawton

In 1834 New Malton, Old Malton, Hovingham, Scackleton, Ness, Helmsley, Harome (Harum), Swinton, Coneysthorpe, Wintringham (Winteringham), Rillington, Scagglethorpe, Duggleby, Mennithorpe (Mennethorpe), Hutton (Huttons Ambo?), Coulton, Skewsby; Pickering, Marton, Newton, Wrelton, Lockton, Thornton (le Dale), Brawby, Wombleton, Kirkbymoorside, Middleton, Fadmoor, Rudland, Hutton le Hole, Allerston.

In: Nil

Out: Wharram, Farndale

In 1835 New Malton, Old Malton, Hovingham, Scackleton, Ness, Helmsley, Rievaulx, Harome (Harum), Swinton, Coneysthorpe, Amotherby, Wintringham (Winteringham), Rillington, Scagglethorpe, Duggleby, Mennithorpe (Mennethorpe), Hutton (Huttons Ambo?), Coulton, Skewsby, Wykeham, West Grimston; Pickering, Marton, Newton, Wrelton, Lockton, Thornton (le Dale), Brawby, Wombleton, Kirkbymoorside, Middleton, Fadmoor, Rudland, Hutton le Hole, Allerston.

In: Rievaulx, Amotherby, Wykeham, West Grimston

Out: Nil

In 1841 New Malton, Old Malton, Hovingham, Scackleton, Slingsby, Ness, Helmsley, Rievaulx, Harome (Harum), Swinton, Coneysthorpe, Amotherby, Wintringham (Winteringham), Rillington, Scagglethorpe, Duggleby, Mennithorpe (Mennethorpe), Hutton (Huttons Ambo?), Coulton, Skewsby, Terrington, Wykeham, Settrington, Thornton Lane (?), Norton, Malton Union Workhouse (Sue thinks later called Spring Hall);

Pickering Branch: Pickering, Marton, Newton, Wrelton, Lockton, Thornton (le Dale), Barugh, Brawby, Wombleton (why in both branches?), Kirkbymoorside, Middleton, Fadmoor, Rudland, Hutton le Hole, Allerston, Salton, Nawton, (Great) Edstone, Pockley, Flama Rigg (could it be Flamborough Rigg?).

In: Slingsby, Terrington, Settrington, Norton, Barugh, Salton, Nawton, (Great) Edstone, Pockley, Flama Rigg (could it be Flamborough Rigg?).

Out: West Grimston,

1926 Oct-Dec Malton Primitive Methodist chapels

(New) Malton 66, Norton 48, Old Malton 27, Hovingham 4, Scackleton 6, Coulton 4, Terrington 15, Swinton 6, Rillington 48, Scagglethorpe 16, Duggleby 10, Huttons Ambo 8, Leavening 14, East Acklam 4, Spring Hall 0

1929 Jul-Sep Malton Primitive Methodist chapels

(New) Malton 65, Norton 48, Old Malton 27, Hovingham 3, Scackleton 6, Coulton 4 but last service on plan 25 August 1929, Terrington 15, Swinton 6, Rillington 48, Scagglethorpe 15, Duggleby 10, Huttons Ambo 8, Leavening 14, East Acklam 4, Spring Hall 0

1932 Oct-Dec Malton Wheelgate Circuit, the Methodist Church

(New) Malton 65, Norton 66, Old Malton 27, Hovingham 2, Scackleton 5, Coulton 1 but last service on plan 25 August 1929, Terrington 13, Swinton 9, Rillington 34, Scagglethorpe 17, Duggleby 7, Huttons Ambo 10, Leavening 14, East Acklam 2, Spring Hall 0

1933 Jul-Oct Malton Wheelgate Circuit, the Methodist Church

(New) Malton 65, Norton 60, Old Malton 35, Scackleton 5, Terrington 15, Swinton 9, Rillington 30, Scagglethorpe 14, Duggleby 7, Huttons Ambo 9, Leavening 14, East Acklam 2, Spring Hall 0, NB Hovingham and Coulton off the plan

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Places identified on Primitive Methodist preaching plans for the Malton circuit 1822 - 1933

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