The Methodist Church, Dunnington
|Dunnington Methodist Church is on the western side of Common Road, about forty metres (yards) north of Water Lane. There were seven dissenters here in 1676. A house was registered for Quakers in 1748, and another for Methodists in 1765. The chapel was founded by Wesleyans in 1805 in York Street, replaced by the present chapel in 1868 and eventually demolished. The Primitive Methodists built a chapel in 1852. It existed in 1908, but in 1972 was a storehouse. [The History Files]|
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The Methodist Church is located at OS Grid Ref. SE6708152529
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