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The Particular Baptist Chapel, Earby

The Particular Baptist Chapel, Earby
1819 Founded - Particular Baptist .. on Gravel Pit Road [Red Lion Street]
1821 The first chapel built with a burial ground in Chapel Square
1851 Religious Census = Baptist Chapel Earby, parish of Thornton-in-Craven
1860 New Chapel foundation stone laid
1861 Mount Zion opened
1867 First marriage
1873 Headstones moved from the old chapel to Mount Zion. Wm.Wilkinson also gave permission to remove the remains of his father
1886 Need for a new burial ground .. the old one was sold with the chapel and the nearest burial ground was now at Thornton Church
1887 New burial ground opened and eventually called 'Wheatlands'
1975 The last service in Mount Zion Chapel - Congregation moved to Church Hall
            see 'A history of the Earby Baptists' by J A Walker
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The Particular Baptist Chapel is located at OS Grid Ref. SD9084546715

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