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  1. Chapel Records

    Harmston Primitive Methodist Chapel

    The first Primitive Methodist chapel was built in 1829. It was replaced by a new chapel in 1857 which closed about 1875.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Lincoln Primitive Methodist Circuit 1829-1870
    Lincoln First Primitive Methodist Circuit 1870-c.1875

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Harmston, Primitive

  2. Chapel Records

    Brigg, Bridge Street, Bourne Chapel (Primitive Methodist)

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Brigg Primitive Methodist Circuit 1840-1933
    Brigg Methodist Circuit (1) 1933-1937
    Brigg and Scotter Methodist Circuit 1937-1950

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Brigg, Bridge Street, Bourne

  3. Chapel Records

    Lincoln, Wesley Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    See Lincoln, Clasketgate, Wesley Chapel

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Lincoln, Wesley Chapel

  4. Chapel Records

    Lincoln, Monks Road Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    The original school/chapel was built in 1914 at the junction of Monks Road with Walmer Street. The main chapel was built in 1962, with the original building retained as the church hall.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Lincoln Wesley Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1914-1932
    Lincoln Wesley Methodist Circuit 1932-1957
    Lincoln North Methodist Circuit from 1957

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Lincoln, Monks Road

  5. Chapel Records

    Scrane End Chapel (United Methodist)

    Scrane End chapel was in the parish of Freiston.
    It was built in 1887 and closed in 1984.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Boston United Methodist Free Churches Circuit 1887-1907
    Boston Pump Square United Methodist Circuit 1907-1932
    Boston Pump Square Methodist Circuit 1932-1947
    Boston Centenary Methodist Circuit 1947-1962
    Boston Methodist Circuit 1962-1984

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Scrane End

  6. Chapel Records

    Lincoln, Saint Peter's Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    See Lincoln, Alfred Street Chapel

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Lincoln, Saint Peter's

  7. Chapel Records

    Sleaford, Westbank Chapel (Wesleyan Reform Union)

    The Sleaford Wesleyan Reform Union chapel is amongst those which have remained independent of the denominational unions of 1857,1907 and 1932.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Sleaford Wesleyan Reform Union Circuit 1864-1888

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Sleaford, Westbank

  8. Chapel Records

    Pointon Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    The chapel was built in 1842 and closed in 1995.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Bourne Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1842-1932
    Bourne Methodist Circuit 1932-1995

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Pointon

  9. Chapel Records

    Tattershall Bridge Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    The first chapel opened in 1846. It was replaced by a new chapel in 1870 which closed in 1982.

    Tattershall Bridge chapel stood on the south side of the main road, just within the parish of Billinghay, to the west of its boundary with Dogdyke parish.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Coningsby Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1846-1932
    Coningsby Methodist Circuit 1932-1982

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Tattershall Bridge

  10. Chapel Records

    Greetham Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

    Greetham is in Rutland.
    Not to be confused with the village of the same name near Horncastle.

    The chapel was built in 1854 and closed in about 1926.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Stamford Wesleyan Methodist Circuit, 1854-c.1926

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Greetham, Wesleyan

  11. Chapel Records

    Saxilby Primitive Methodist Chapel

    The Primitive Methodists purchased the original Wesleyan Methodist Chapel in Chapel Yard in 1852. It was replaced by a new chapel in the High Street (on a site which is presently occupied by Saxilby Sire Station) which was built in 1875 and closed in 1944.

    The chapels were in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Lincoln Primitive Methodist Circuit 1852-1870
    Lincoln Second Primitive Methodist Circuit 1870-1932
    Lincoln Rasen Lane Methodist Circuit 1932-1936
    Lincoln Trinity Methodist Circuit 1936-1944

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Saxilby, Primitive

  12. Chapel Records

    Stickney Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

    The first Wesleyan Methodist chapel was built in 1819. It was replaced by a new chapel in 1840. This in turn was replaced by a new chapel in 1857 which closed in 1974. Methodist services continued at the Anglican parish church until 2007.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Boston Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1819-1932
    Boston Centenary Methodist Circuit 1932-1962
    Boston Methodist Circuit 1962-1974

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Stickney, Wesleyan

  13. Chapel Records

    Scotter, West Street Chapel (United Methodist)

    West Street Chapel was sold to the Methodist New Connexion in 1849 (having been built by the Primitive Methodists in 1819). The chapel closed in 1948.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Thorne Methodist New Connexion Circuit 1849-1907
    Thorne United Methodist Circuit 1907-1918
    South Yorkshire Mission United Methodist Circuit 1918-1932
    South Yorkshire Mission Methodist Circuit 1932-1937
    Brigg and Scotter Methodist Circuit 1937-1948

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Scotter, West Street

  14. Chapel Records

    Thealby, Normanby Road Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    The Wesleyan Methodist chapel was built on Normanby Road in 1871 and closed in 1993.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Barton on Humber Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1871-1932
    Barton on Humber Methodist Circuit 1932-1944
    Scunthorpe and Winterton Methodist Circuit 1944-1959
    Scunthorpe Methodist Circuit 1959-1993

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Thealby, Normanby Road

  15. Chapel Records

    Kingerby, Bishopbridge Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    See Bishopbridge Chapel

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Kingerby, Bishopbridge

  16. Chapel Records

    Winterton, Queen Street Chapel (Primitive Methodist)

    The first Primitive Methodist chapel was built in Queen Street in 1820.
    It was replaced by a new chapel on the same site in 1837 and again in 1879.
    The chapel closed in 1962.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Scotter Primitive Methodist Circuit 1820-1823
    Brigg Primitive Methodist Circuit 1828-1854
    Winterton Primitive Methodist Circuit 1854-1932
    Winterton Methodist Circuit 1932-1934
    Scunthorpe and Winterton Methodist Circuit 1934-1959
    Scunthorpe Methodist Circuit 1959-1962

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Winterton, Queen Street

  17. Chapel Records

    Winterton, Trinity Chapel (Methodist)

    See Winterton, King Street.

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Winterton, Trinity

  18. Chapel Records

    New Frodingham Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    See Frodingham Chapel

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/New Frodingham

  19. Chapel Records

    Glentham, Bishopbridge Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    See Bishopbridge Chapel

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Glentham, Bishopbridge

  20. Chapel Records

    Mareham le Fen, Shop Hill, Bethel Chapel (Primitive Methodist)

    The chapel was built in 1861 and closed in 1940.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Horncastle Primitive Methodist Circuit 1861-1933
    Horncastle Methodist Circuit 1933-1940

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Mareham le Fen, Shop Hill

  21. Chapel Records

    Louth, Eastgate, Centenary Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    See Louth, Centenary Chapel

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Louth, Eastgate, Centenary Chapel

  22. Chapel Records

    Coningsby Moor Chapel (Primitive Methodist)

    The chapel was built in 1850 and closed in 1964.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Horncastle Primitive Methodist Circuit 1850-1933
    Coningsby Methodist Circuit 1933-1964

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Coningsby Moor

  23. Chapel Records

    Kirkby cum Osgodby

    See Osgodby

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Kirkby cum Osgodby

  24. Chapel Records

    Norton Disney Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Lincoln Wesleyan Methodist Circuit to 1880
    Lincoln High Street (Hannah Memorial) Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1880-1932
    Lincoln High Street (Hannah Memorial) Methodist Circuit 1932-1941

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Norton Disney

  25. Chapel Records

    Saxilby, Godfrey Memorial Chapel (Methodist)

    See Saxilby Wesleyan Methodist Chapel (Meth/C/Saxilby, Wesleyan).

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Saxilby, Godfrey

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