Morice Street Wesleyan Chapel, Devonport 1807-1926

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Morice Street Wesleyan Methodist Chapel Devonport Methodist Circuit Description: "Guide and History " and quarterly tickets. Date: Held by: Plymouth Archives, The Box, not available at The National Archives Language: English Creator.

The Chapel was erected in In celebration of its centenary, the building was re-decorated and re-seated. The Chapel was sold as part of a scheme started in December to reorganise Methodism in Devonport. It was amalgamated with the Ker Street Wesleyan Methodist Chapel and a new Devonport Methodist Mission was created.

Both Chapels were.

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Fortunately there were problems over the shipment of it to the United States and it was placed in the Devonport Methodist Central Hall in Fore Street, which replaced both this Chapel and the Morice Street Wesleyan Methodist Chapel.

It was later used as a Territorial Army drill hall until it. MORICE, or MORICE-Town, a suburb of Devonport, a chapelry, and a sub-district, in Stoke-Damerel district, suburb lies on the NW of Devonport-proper, beyond the lines with which the town and arsenal are surrounded; is included within Devenport borough; took its name from the Morices, who held the manor of Stoke-Damerel from till ; has wharves on a creek of the Hamoaze.

Henry Christopher Treeby born Morice St., Wesleyan, Devenport, Devon, England. Posted on: 27 Octby Barbara Cady. Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > England > Devon > General.

Henry Christophr Treeby was born 4 June Plymouth, chr at Morice Street, Wesleyan Church 6 Aug His parents were Henry(excise offficier) and Elizabeth.

OTHER PLACES OF WORSHIP IN PLYMOUTH, WEST DEVON AND EAST CORNWALL Page 2 of 6 Gloucester Street Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Morice Town, Devonport Marriages to Greenbank Bible Christian Methodist Church (and Circuit), Plymouth Baptisms to Marriages toto Haddington Road Bible Christian Methodist Chapel.

Listing of Devonport streets and buildings: from Whites's Gazetteer and Directory of Devon. On the GENUKI website there is a 'MID-NINETEENTH CENTURY DEVON GAZETTEER' for Within the Stoke Damerel section of the Gazeteer (Whites ) there is a listing of Devonport streets existing in that year.

This extraction is therefore courtesy of GENUKI. Patron of St. Aubyn, St. John, and St. Michael, the Rector of Stoke-Damerel; of Dockyard chapel, the Board of Admiralty; of the others, alternately the Crown and the Bishop.

Aubyn’s church, in Chapel-street, is a plain edifice of ; and consists of nave and aisles, with western tower and low spire. Devonport in From Whites Directory of Devon* Transcription of the Devonport section from White's Directory of Devon DEVONPORT municipal borough is co-extensive with the parish of Stoke Damerel, and includes Morice Town on the north, and Higher and Lower Stoke on the north-east; but its Parliamentary borough also comprises the parish of East Stonehouse.

Wesleyan Chapel, Woburn Road, Oreston: Registers for c - see Plymouth Ebenezer, and Morice Street Devonport (PRO RG 4/, ) Wesleyan Chapel, Elburton: Registers for c - see Ashburton Circuit, Plymouth Ebenezer (PRO RG 4/, ) Wesleyan Chapel, Turnchapel: Registers for c - see Plymouth Ebenezer (PRO RG 4.

The has William's son Alfred living at 9 Ker st. There is a burial record for Alfred 01/12/ where his address was listed as 31 Mount St.

Alfred had a son (Alfred John) who was a professor of music. The has this Alfred John SERLE living at 9 Ker St.

Then in & Alfred John is shown living at 31 Mount St. Churches covered: East AllingtonEbrington Street Wesleyan Methodist Church, PlymouthEdgcumbe Street Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, East StonehouseEgg BucklandElburtonEmbankment Road United Methodist Church, PlymouthEmma Place Congregational Chapel, Stonehouse In Thomas Horton, who had been pastor at Morice Square for 31 years, announced his intention to form another church on the principles of open communion.

At first Horton and his break-away congregation rented Mount Street Independent Chapel, Devonport, but in a new one was built in Fore Street and named Hope Chapel. Morice Square Baptist Chapel records Record supplied by Judy Buckley Lydia Petherbridge, the daughter of Thomas and Judah, was baptised at Hen Street Baptist, Bovey Tracey, in (record on Familysearch says birth date 31st May).

William Petherbridge was baptised at the Morice Square Baptist Chapel, Devonport, in. A full list of parishes/places covered by the records and the dates the records are available for is given below. The date ranges are those derived from the earliest and latest records and do not necessarily reflect a complete run of years.

Family Code: St GERMANSjohn St MARTINwilliam BIRTH: Q3 in Surrey NE SRY. DEATH: 21Dec PROBATE: 25Jan in Oxford Registry Office OXF. GENERAL NOTE: David MORCOMBE thinks he emigrated twice to Australia and another child may have been born there.

Robson's directory of Devon has a William Knight of 16 East Street, Plymouth, listed under the heading 'Linen & Woollen Drapers'. There is a Willm Knight in East Street, Plymouth St Andrew, on the census (HO /, book 8, fo page 32).

There is a record of a christening in Morice St, Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Devonport, Plymouth on 2nd Feb but with birth date 27th Jan and naming James W (no1) and Jane Bridle as parents.

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However this child was recorded as William Henry. A John & Ann SELDON were baptising at Stoke Damerel, father described as a Shipwright, abode Dock, Devonport & Morice Town: 2 Jun Elizabeth Ann 13 Jun William Narraway 12 May John 5 Nov Robert 5 Apr Samuel For some reason they baptised Amelia at the Morice Street Wesleyan Chapel 16 May The Presbyterian school, or benevolent institution, in Batter-street, was founded in ; educates and clothes 50 girls; and is supported chiefly by subscription.

Wesleyan schools, behind the King-street Wesleyan chapel, were about to be built inat a cost of £4, On Apthe trustees considered promoting the work of Margaret-street Church and launched a scheme to remodel the Balfour-street school room to equip it suitably for church, and to equip the old church building in Margaret-street as a more efficient school room.

This was done at a cost of about £ from a bequest of Mrs. George Baker. chr 1Jan Morice Street Wesleyan Chapel, Devonport, "daughter of William & Mary Ann" @ 20 b Devon ^ Milbury, Plymouth St Andrew (Grace) d Plymouth @ 21 (Grace Mitchelmore) bur 8Jul Plymouth St Andrew @ 21 ^ South Devon & East.

James-the-Great's church, in Morice-town, is an imposing edifice, of nave, aisles, and chancel, with tower and spire. Dockyard chapel was built in ; and consists of nave, aisles, and sanctuary, with western tower.

Mount Zion chapel, one of the dissenting places of worship, is an edifice ofin imitation of the Hindoo style. The movement which would become the Methodist Church began in the midth century within the Church of England.A small group of students, including John Wesley, Charles Wesley and George Whitefield, met at Oxford focused on methodical study of the Bible and living a holy life.

Other students mocked them, saying they were the "Holy Club" and "the Methodists", being Headquarters: Methodist Church House, Marylebone.

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32 george st,Stoke Damerel I am seeking info on this house 32 george st Stoke ancestors lived there for years, around /50 I googled it and the house is still standing among modern houses,it seems to have a plaque,can anybody give me the history. All the images in the Devon, Plymouth & West Devon Parish Registers Browse were created from the original registers held at the Plymouth & West Devon Record Office.

The parish registers recorded baptisms, marriages, banns, and burials in each parish. Below we have provided a full list of all the parishes available in this collection.

The first J.W Bridle,son of a Timothy Bridle and his wife Mary, was born at Dock,Devonport, married Jane Crocker (Stoke Dameral) died Penzance He was probably stationed in Kent between abt as 2 of his children(Elizabeth Ann.

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I found your information about the Batter Street Presbyterian Chapel very interesting. Thank you. One of my husband’s ancestors was baptised there in and a younger sibling at Ford Independent Chapel at Stokenham and Chivelstone in   In the Army wanted our School for a Hospital, so we shared a School in King Street in Devonport with the girls, we went in shift’s, girls from 9am to 1pm, boys from 1pm to.

The following is a list of churches in Plymouth. The city has an estimated churches forpeople, a ratio of one church to every 2, d: Adur, Allerdale, Amber Valley, Arun. BIRTH: ABT GUESS c years pre marriage, OR see Mary born Gwennap () SOURCE: BEF IGI UK.Back to Collections index W: Nonconformist registers on microfilm (in reserve) BCr.= Bible Christians Ind.= Independent LHs.= Lady Hu.