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Hamsterley Methodist Chapel

The Primitive Methodist Chapel in Hamsterley was built from 1884 to 1887. It replaced an earlier chapel in Hamsterley. Samuel Laister (1761-1821) is noted to have preached at Hamsterly on the 10th of July 1821.[1] The Millennium Yew Community Garden is located on the east side of the chapel.
Hamsterley, near Bishop Auckland Churches and Cathedrals 1887 Methodism
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Primitive Methodist Chapel (dated 1887) : Hamsterley

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Millennium Yew Community Garden : Hamsterley

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Hamsterley Primitive Methodist chapel
- "....The 1884 Primitive Methodist magazine records the laying of the foundation stones for a new Primitive Methodist chapel at Hamsterley (sic) in the White-le-Head station.....William Patterson, writing in 1909, says …

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Primitive Methodist Chapel at Hamsterley

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