|22 May 2003
|09 March 2003
||Methodism in the Congleton Circuit now available up to
Chapter 7 of 9.
|24 November 2002
||The Romance of Primitive Methodism
by Joseph Ritson. Chapter 16 (more to follow).
|24 November 2002
||Additional notes on Hugh Bourne and
Primitive Methodism further to the BBC Radio Stoke "Staffordshire
|22 November 2002
||notes on Primitive Methodism
||Methodism in the Comgleton Circuit - Chapter
||Planned additions include a more detailed geography of the Manifold
Valley to complement school project work.
|>22 October 2002
||Contact e-mail changed New address is firstname.lastname@example.org
The old contact e-mail address is to be discontinued to to ecsessive
|3 September 2002
in Alstonefield - notes by Thomas Johnson, written 1894 and
transcribed by Dorothy Critchlow, used by kind permission.
|8 August 2002
||Wesleyan Methodism in the
Congleton Circuit by Rev. J. B. Dyson, 1856
First 5 chapters so far : more to follow soon.
This book contains some interesting accounts of Methodism during the
early years of John Wesley's ministry, and is invaluable for any student
of Methodism of that time.
|30 July 2002
||List of links to multimap.
This is a list of maps ( scale 25000 : 1 ) covering most of the Chapels.
This list will be updated from time to time, and the links will be added
to the individual Chapel pages.
|27 July 2002
||A new section devoted to Ramsor
, linking all available material relating to this remarkable place. Ramsor
had a special place in Primitive Methodist History, and was frequently
visited by Hugh Bourne, who conducted his first ever funeral service
(1810) there only 2 years after a Camp Meeting (1808).
This will take some time, even including only the material now available
on this site.
This is a prelude to writing a history of Primitive Methodism in the
Ramsor Circuit. If you have any original
material relating to Ramsor, especially extracts from Primitive Methodist
Magazines, and extract from Journals of Preachers, please let us know.
|17 June 2002
||Primitive Methodism in the Leek
Moorlands by W H Simcock (Copyright, used by kind permission of
|16 June 2002
||From A New History of Methodism
(1909), the section on the Methodist New Connexion;
|03 March 2002
||A new section (and a slight diversion
from our primary purpose) answering a question on Methodist doctrines of
Sanctification. Some notes from material available to this web site which
may not be more widely known.
|20 January 2002
||From A New History of Methodism (1909), the section on the Bible
Christian Methodists ; rtf
|10 January 2002
||P.M.Missionary Society, Accounts of the African Fund, 1931
; rtf. This is a copy to
rtf for small file size of one large sheet.
|8 January 2002
||Working to copy a variety of documents on loan, including various
Circuit Plans, and Ellastone Parish Registers from 1538 to 1810
||Minutes of a Quarterly
Meeting of the Leek Primitive Methodist Circuit, 1862 (rtf).
This is an interesting snapshot of Circuit life, 50 years after the
Primitive Methodist Connexion was formed.