Primitive Methodist

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Primitive Methodist


Primitive Methodist Churches in Marple and District.


Folder of items relating to Primitive Methodist Churches.


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Collection Items

Bazaar Programme 1909
Original copy of a programme for a Green & White Bazaar held at the Congregational Hall, Marple Bridge March 1909. Primitive Methodist Church, Holly Wood. Historical Notes, sayings, advertisements

Poster for Service at Marple Bridge Chapel : 1883
Photocopy of advertising poster for Marple Bridge Chapel on Sunday 8th September 1833 when a Selection of Hymns will be sung and two sermons.

Photograph of Keys and Trowel for Ceremonial opening 1875.
Two photographs
1. Key inscribed "Presented to Mrs Mckellan on unlocking the door of" on one side and " Hollywood Primitive Methodist Church" on the other.
2. Trowel inscribed " Presented to Miss Moult on the laying of the foundation stone of…

Photograph : Jubilee Methodist Church Ladies
Black & White photograph of ladies of the Jubilee Church, Compstall with a handwritten schedule of names.

Newspaper article 1948 re crowning of Rose Queen of Jubilee Sunday School, Compstall
Original article and photocopy from Reporter in 1948 giving information of the Crowing of Jubilee Methodist Rose Queen.

Booklet : Jubilee Methodist Church, Marple Bridge by Miriam Wood 1997
Photocopy of 15 page Booklet written by Miriam Wood dated 1997 with chapters on the beginnings of Primitive Methodism in general and in Marple, the buildings with photographs and looking into the future.

Appointment and release of land for Chapel & Schoolroom dated 1845.
Two photocopies of an Indenture for an Appointment and release dated 26th December 1845 between Thomas Waller to Mr John Braddock Walmsley for two pieces of land situated in Mellor for the purpose of a Wesleyan Chapel Vestry and Schoolroom.

Newhouse Hill Chapel : Rules for Sunday School & Library : 1817
Photocopy of the Rules for the Newhouse Hill Sunday School and Library belonging to the United Methodist Free Churches. School commenced in the year 1817 with library catalogue.

Document re Samuell Hardman of Ludworth 1716
Photocopy of document hand written and signed regarding Samuell Hardman of Ludworth approval of his office as a Preaching Presbyter dated 1716 regarding Samuell Hardman of Ludworth

Handwritten accounts/correspondence re disposal of Primitive Methodist Chapel
Correspondence dated 1909 regarding the disposal of Primitive Methodist Chapel.
Handwritten list giving details of Abstract of Titles for Mellor Chapel from 1827 - 1909

Three Receipts  : Primitive Methodist Chapel, Mellor
Two original receipts dated 1909 and one from 1918 related to Primitive Chapel Mellor

Notices of Services : Two Sermons 1909,1910 and 1912
Three original Notices from Primitive Methodist Chapel, Mellor advertising Two Sermons from 1909, 1910 and 1912 inside two balance sheets.for 1910 and 1912

Article from Ashton & High Peak Report 1829 : Marple Methodist Centenary Celebrations
Photocopy of an article from Ashton & High Peak Reporter May 1829 giving details of Marple Methodist Centenary Celebration

Photographs of Jubilee Chapel
Two photocopies colour photographs of exterior of the Jubilee Chapel, Compstall showing date stone from 1895 and Primitive Methodist Sunday School 1833.
Taken 2013

Extract from Mr Thelwalls Book "The Andrews Compstall & their Mill" re non-conformity at Compstall
Photocopy of extract from "The Andrews and their Mill" with information on the Nonconformity at Compstall.

Memorial Inscriptions Index : Jubilee Methodist Church, Cote Green, Marple Bridge
Pages photocopied from microfiche held at MLHS with the names inscribed on memorial stones at the Jubilee Methodist Church, Cote Green, Marple Bridge, Cheshire.
Index only further information on microfiche (included)
Numbers listed refer to…
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