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Forum: Non Conformist Records

  1. '1933 Who's Who in Methodism' & 'Hill's Arrangement'

    I shall be visiting my parents on the 20th September and would be happy to do some lookups in these two books while I'm there. 'Who's Who in Methodsism 1933' contains details of ministers and those lay people who were Circuit office holders when the Weslyan, United Methodist & Primitive...

    Started by mary elms‎, 08-09-2005 8:42 PM
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  2. Question Possible non-conformist Bennets

    Can anyone help. I'm looking for birth or marriage records of a William Bennet born about 1806 in Sheviock cornwall. I know that he was living there in 1841 as he appears in the census but I can find no baptismal records for any of his children..or wedding records or even death records so I'm...

    Started by JudithFW‎, 20-08-2009 11:12 AM
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  3. cefn canol chapel

    Hi does anyone have anything on cefn canol chapel near llansilin i know that it is a calvinistic methodists it could be in rhydycroesau ive been trying to find photos of it as my mother went there as a child and my grandfather it would of been in the 1930 but my grandfather would of gone there as a...

    Started by glyn‎, 03-06-2009 4:22 PM
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    09-06-2009, 10:15 AM Go to last post
  4. Were they Baptist?

    My g grandparents, both widowed, were married in a Registry Office in Briton Ferry in 1855. I have always assumed that they were Baptist because one daughter married a Baptist minister and both daughters were pillars of the local Welsh Baptist chapel. Were widow/ers not allowed to marry in chapel?...

    Started by Ms Tarfgi‎, 12-01-2009 5:42 PM
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  5. Strange detail in burials at Cross Street, Manchester

    Thanks to a certain online subscription site, it is now possible to view the original registers of Cross Street Unitarian Chapel in Manchester, for which I am eternally grateful after struggling with the often illegible MF at Manchester Library. However, yesterday I found an ancestor's burial...

    Started by MythicalMarian‎, 06-04-2009 10:26 PM
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  6. Unhappy Baptist records for Surrey and Middlesex

    Where would I start looking for Baptist records in Surrey and Poplar and Deptford in the late 1700's and early 1800's? I was emailed a link to the Poplar Chapel...it was Baptist and demolished after WWII. All these years, I have been searching the C of E and now they might be Baptist.

    Started by annebagby‎, 03-01-2009 1:17 AM
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  7. which circuit to look at?

    My 2xgt grandparents were both buried in non consecrated ground in Nottingingham general cemetery as was my gt grandmother so I assume they were non conformist. However I am unsure which religion to check for. my 2 x gt grandparents moved around as he was a miner, however from around 1871 onwards...

    Started by Jane Gee‎, 21-02-2009 1:23 PM
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  8. Independent Chapel

    Does anyone have any background information on the Independent Chapel of worship?

    Started by Titanicfan‎, 26-12-2008 6:16 PM
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  9. Spurgeon's Tabernacle

    A family story refers to a great uncle who was a lay preacher: apparently he visited the family when my father was a little boy some time in the 1920s (they lived in Blackfriars, SE London), because he was going to preach at a nearby Spurgeon's Tabernacle that day. Would some erudite soul know...

    Started by Peph‎, 21-12-2008 1:08 PM
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  10. Child baptised in St Johns,

    Hi all This is going to sound REALLY dumb. I have an ancestor who, in 1835 was baptised in St John Evangelist in lambeth, Surrey. Were children normally baptised under their mother's religion or did that not matter? It may explain why I have not been able to find any details on the...

    Started by michb158‎, 02-11-2008 11:57 AM
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  11. Question Were they Baptists or Not?

    I apologise beforehand for the length of this request for assistance; can anyone explain the confused religious beliefs I seem to have uncovered. My 5th great grandfather had 13 children. The first 3 (born between 1761 and 1764 were baptised at the Parish Church in Normanton on Soar around the...

    Started by Lulu1‎, 14-10-2008 12:40 PM
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  12. Dissenters records

    Hello I am trying to find St Neot (Cornwall) dissenters records. I have contacted St Neot online clerk to find the birth record for Joseph Pollard who was born in around 1833, but he can find no records for him. He has told me I will might need to check St Neot dissenter records, but he doesn't...

    Started by samhuzz‎, 11-10-2008 11:40 AM
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  13. What Exactly Is A Circuit?

    I have relatives possibly baptised in the Ely Wesleyan Circuit (Cambridgeshire), and I'm trying to understand what a "Circuit" is. Is it a bit like a Parish, and if so, was it likely to have it's own chapel? Thanks, Brenda

    Started by racing girl‎, 07-10-2008 1:18 PM
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  14. Baptist Records

    Hello I'm interested in Baptist records for Charlbury, Oxfordshire c1920 as I'm looking for information about my relative's life and, according to the Press, she was a Sunday School teacher. Does anyone know if it is likely that information about an active member's life would be noted in the...

    Started by Sunpat‎, 22-09-2007 6:58 PM
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  15. Help to pin-point birth place - Scotter or Appleby?

    What other documents can I research inorder to prove where my Gr-Gr-Gr-Gr-Grandfather William RICHARDS' parents actually lived around the time of his birth? Could his parents have been non-comformists even in this time frame of 1798? I really want to be sure I'm researching the correct RICHARDS'...

    Started by Eviand‎, 01-06-2008 12:19 AM
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    28-09-2008, 8:33 PM Go to last post
  16. Balderton Gate Wesleyan Chapel

    My ancestors were married in 1813 at St Giles Church, Balderton, Newark. Some of their children were baptised here but some at the Balderton Gate Wesleyan Chapel I've just realised this is in Newark itself and not Balderton. I can't find any information about it or pictures. Can anyone help?...

    Started by lorraineosborne‎, 16-08-2008 9:03 PM
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  17. Question Jones

    looking for a David Jones,born in Swansea,Glamorgan around 1814.I know he had a daughter called Mary born around 1840 in Aberdare.Mary married my great grandfather in Yorkshire in 1862.|help|

    Started by janswaine‎, 04-08-2008 2:33 PM
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    06-08-2008, 9:56 AM Go to last post
  18. What does it mean?

    Hoping this is da place ---- Having come across the term in several records, what does non conformist mean? Is it someone who broke from a traditional religion? Thanks, guys. Teri|wave|

    Started by beachbaby‎, 14-07-2008 4:36 PM
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  19. Quaker monuments

    Hello, I have 2 branches of the family who were quite well off and were Quakers. We searched in vain for their grave stones in a very overgrown cemetery which we thought was the most likely place they were buried. We had previously found out that Quakers don't have large gravestones as they don't...

    Started by Barnzzz‎, 03-07-2008 9:44 PM
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  20. Question Wesleyan baptisms, marriages and burials

    Do Wesleyan registers exist? I'm missing alot of baptisms of ancestors and they do not appear to be in their parish church registers. Many of their parents were married in the parish church with only one or two isolated cases marrying in their local chapels. Was it frowned upon not to baptise?...

    Started by Eviand‎, 17-06-2008 8:54 PM
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