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  1. Chapel Records

    Boston, Centenary Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    The first Wesleyan Methodist chapel in Boston was built in 1764 on the corner of Wormgate and Fountain Lane. It was replaced in 1808 by a new chapel on the corner of Red Lion Street and Chapel Street.
    This in turn was replaced in 1840 by Centenary Chapel, which was built on a new site on Red Lion Street. The chapel was destroyed by fire in 1909 and rebuilt on the same site in 1911.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Lincolnshire Circuit was split in 1765, when Boston became part of the Lincolnshire East or Grimsby Circuit, 1765-1786
    Horncastle Wesleyan Methodist Curcuit 1786-1802
    Spilsby Wesleyan Methodist Circuit, 1802-1812
    Boston Wesleyan Methodist Circuit, 1812-1932
    Boston Centenary Methodist Circuit, 1932-1962
    Boston Methodist Circuit, 1962-

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Boston, Centenary

  2. Chapel Records

    Aby Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Alford Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1825-1933
    Alford Methodist Circuit 1933-1994

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Aby

  3. Chapel Records

    West Rasen Chapel (Methodist)

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Market Rasen Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1933
    Market Rasen and Caistor Methodist Circuit 1933-1973

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/West Rasen

  4. Chapel Records

    West Halton - Coleby Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    See Coleby (West Halton) Chapel

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/West Halton - Coleby

  5. Chapel Records

    Skegness, High Street Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    See Skegness, Algitha Road Chapel

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Skegness, High Street

  6. Chapel Records

    Crowle, Cross Street, Bourne Chapel (Primitive Methodist)

    The first Primitive Methodist chapel was built in 1830. It was replaced by the Bourne Chapel at the corner of Cross Street and North Street which was built in 1862 and closed in 1965.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Scotter Primitive Methodist Circuit 1830-1847
    [Brigg Primitive Methodist Circuit 1831-1835]
    Epworth Primitive Methodist Circuit 1847-1877
    Crowle Primitive Methodist Circuit 1877-1932
    Crowle Methodist Circuit 1932-1948
    Epworth and Crowle Methodist Circuit 1948-1965

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Crowle, Cross Street

  7. Chapel Records

    West Ashby, Primitive Methodist Chapel

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Lincoln Primitive Methodist Circuit 1822-1837
    Horncastle Primitive Methodist Circuit 1837-1890

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/West Ashby, Primitive Methodist

  8. Chapel Records

    South Scarle Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    South Scarle is in Nottinghamshire.

    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 1932-1944
    Lincoln Aldersgate Methodist Circuit 1944-1957
    Lincoln South Methodist Circuit 1957-1962

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/South Scarle

  9. Chapel Records

    Kirton in Lindsey, Queen Street Chapel (Primitive Methodist)

    The first Primitive Methodist chapel was built in 1819; it was replaced by a new chapel in 1835.
    This in turn was replaced by the Queen Street chapel which was built in 1862 and closed in 1937.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Nottingham Primitive Methodist Circuit 1819-1820
    Scotter Primitive Methodist Circuit 1820-1932
    Scotter Methodist Circuit 1932-1937

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Kirton in Lindsey, Queen Street

  10. Chapel Records

    Lincoln, Portland Place Chapel (Primitive Methodist)

    See Lincoln, Central Chapel.

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Lincoln, Portland Place

  11. Chapel Records

    Folkingham Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    The chapel was built in 1841 and closed in 1974.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Bourne Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1841-1932
    Bourne Methodist Circuit 1932-1974

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Folkingham

  12. Chapel Records

    Branston [Leicestershire] Chapel (United Methodist)

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Grantham United Methodist Free Chuches Circuit to 1907
    Grantham United Methodist Circuit 1907-1932
    Grantham Chapel Street Methodist Circuit 1932-1940
    Grantham Second Methodist Circuit (also known as Grantham 'A' Methodist Circuit) 1940-1944
    Grantham Methodist Circuit 1944-1978

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Branston, Leicestershire

  13. Chapel Records

    Burringham, Wesley Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    The first Wesleyan Methodist chapel was built on the High Street in 1804.
    It was replaced by a new chapel on the same site in 1863.
    The chapel closed in 1991.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Epworth Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1804-1935
    Epworth Wesley Memorial Methodist Circuit 1935-1944
    Epworth Methodist Circuit 1944-1948
    Epworth and Crowle Methodist Circuit 1948-1967
    Scunthorpe Methodist Circuit 1967-1991

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Burringham, Wesley

  14. Chapel Records

    Brigg, Bigby Street Chapel (United Methodist)

    The chapel was built in 1865 and closed in 1962.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Brigg United Methodist Free Churches Circuit 1865-1907
    Brigg United Methodist Circuit 1907-1933
    Brigg Methodist Circuit 1933-1937
    Brigg and Scotter Methodist Circuit 1937-1954
    Brigg Methodist Circuit 1954-1962

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Brigg, Bigby Street

  15. Chapel Records

    Boston, West Street, Zion Chapel (Methodist New Connexion)

    Zion Chapel was built by the Methodist New Connexion on the north side of West Street near its junction with Bond Street in 1829.
    It closed in 1934 when the congregation united with that of the former Brothertoft Road Wesleyan Methodist chapel and moved into the brand-new Zion Chapel, Brothertoft Road.

    Zion Chapel, West Street (Methodist New Connexion) is not to be confused with the West Street Primitive Methodist Chapel.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Boston Methodist New Connexion Circuit 1829-1907
    Boston Zion United Methodist Circuit 1907-1933
    Boston Centenary Methodist Circuit 1933-1934

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Boston, West Street, Zion

  16. Chapel Records

    Cleethorpes, Lovett Street Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    Lovett Street Chapel was built in 1900 and closed in 1939; it re-opened in 1952 but finally closed in 1974.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Grimsby Duncombe Street Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1900-1933
    Grimsby Central and Cleethorpes Methodist Circuit 1933-1937
    Cleethorpes Trinity Methodist Circuit 1937-1960
    Grimsby Central Methodist Circuit 1960-1966
    Cleethorpes Methodist Circuit 1966-1974

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Cleethorpes, Lovett Street

  17. Chapel Records

    Epworth, High Street, Wesley Memorial Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Epworth Wesleyan Methodist Circuit to 1935
    Epworth Wesley Memorial Methodist Circuit 1935-1944
    Epworth Methodist Circuit 1944-1948
    Epworth and Crowle Methodist Circuit from 1948

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Epworth, High Street, Wesley

  18. Chapel Records

    South Rauceby Chapel (Primitive Methodist)

    South Rauceby chapel was built in 1834 and closed in 1944.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Fulbeck Primitive Methodist Circuit 1834-1843
    Sleaford Primitive Methodist Circuit 1843-1932
    Sleaford Westgate Methodist Circuit 1932-1944

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/South Rauceby

  19. Chapel Records

    Great Limber Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    The first chapel was built in 1841; it was replaced by a new chapel which opened in 1893. The original chapel was retained as a Sunday School until 1981. The 'new' chapel closed in 1984, although the society continued to meet in the parish church until 1998.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Grimsby Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1841-1868
    Caistor and Laceby Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1868-1895
    Caistor Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1895-1933
    Grimsby George Street Methodist Circuit 1933-1965
    Grimsby West Methodist Circuit 1965-1984

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Great Limber

  20. Chapel Records

    Crosby Chapel (Primitive Methodist)

    The first Primitive Methodist chapel was built on Peacock Lane, subsequently re-named Diana Street, in 1836.
    The chapel was rebuilt on the same site in 1885 and closed in 2008.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Brigg/Hull Primitive Methodist Circuit 1836-1854
    Winterton Primitive Methodist Circuit 1854-1895
    Scunthorpe Primitive Methodist Circuit 1895-1932
    Scunthorpe Second Methodist Circuit 1932-1934
    Scunthorpe and Winterton Methodist Circuit 1934-1959
    Scunthorpe Methodist Circuit 1959-2008

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Crosby

  21. Chapel Records

    Hardwick Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    Hardwick is in the parish of Torksey.

    The chapel was built in 1840 and closed in 1966.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Lincoln Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1840-1880
    Lincoln Wesley Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1880-1932
    Lincoln Wesley Methodist Circuit 1932-1957
    Lincoln North Methodist Circuit 1957-1966

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Hardwick

  22. Chapel Records

    Epworth, Station Road, Thurlow Chapel (Primitive Methodist)

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Scotter Primitive Methodist Circuit 1821-1847
    Epworth Primitive Methodist Circuit 1847-1932
    Epworth West Methdosit Circuit 1933-1944
    Epworth Methodist Circuit 1944-1948
    Epworth and Crowle Methodist Circuit 1948-1965

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Epworth, Station Road, Thurlow

  23. Chapel Records

    Grimsby, Arlington Street Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    The first School Chapel was built on part of a site at the junction of Arlington Street and Hilda Street in 1878. A new chapel, adjacent to the original building, was built in 1892. The chapel closed in 1950.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Grimsby Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1878-1894
    Grimsby Duncombe Street Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1894-1933
    Grimsby Central and Cleethorpes Methodist Circuit 1933-1937
    Cleethorpes Trinity Methodist Circuit 1937-1950

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Grimsby, Arlington Street

  24. Chapel Records

    Donington on Bain Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

    The first Wesleyan Methodist chapel was built in about 1805. A new chapel was built on Old School Lane in 1839, which closed in 1936.

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Louth Wesleyan Methodist Circuit c.1805-1933
    Louth Methodist Circuit from 1933-1936

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Donington on Bain, Wesleyan

  25. Chapel Records

    Grimsby, Heneage Road Chapel (Wesleyan Methodist)

    The chapel was in the following circuits at the dates indicated:
    Grimsby Duncombe Street Wesleyan Methodist Circuit 1898-1933
    Grimsby Central and Cleethorpes Methodist Circuit 1933-1937
    Cleethorpes Trinity Methodist Circuit 1937-1960

    Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]

    Meth/C/Grimsby, Heneage Road

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