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Chapel Wesleyan Methodist Chapel

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A CD is now available of the Memorial Inscriptions on graves in the Methodist Chapel yard at Town End & St Thomas` church yard.  The price is £7.50 inc. p & p. a percentage of which will be donated to Chapel churches.  A copy can be ordered by contacting martinguy@aol.com

My thanks to Michael Spencer & Dawn Wright for these entries

Burials    Marriage

Burials

1882

20 Feb Geo WARRINER aged 64

1886

23 Aug  Joe Bagshawe KIRK of Openshaw, Manchester aged 21

1888

16 Nov Minnie KIRK of  Manchester aged 23m

1891

15 Apr Wm Thornhill KIRK of Openshaw aged 37

25 Jun James Albert LOMAS of Yeardsley Hall, Whaley Bridge aged 4

1892

12 Sep Rhoda FARROW of Chinley aged 5

5 Dec  Rowland Peter ELLIS of Wigan aged 6

1894

4 Aug  Joseph William Ernest LONGSON of Oldham aged 1m

1895

16 Mar Joseph ELLIS of 60 Pool Street, Wigan aged 55

1896

20 Jul Maria Beatrice LOMAS of Moorwood, Disley aged 7m

1897

13 Jan Margaret Ann LOMAS of Moorwood, Disley aged 3

19 Feb Clara FRITH of Manchester aged 35

1898

26 Jan Mary APPLEGATE of 31 Waterloo Rd Stockport aged 44

1900

8 Feb Mary PROCTOR of Bishop Stynton aged 53

1904

5 Jul Matthew LONGSON of Oldham aged 11

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Marriage

20th Aug 1821John WRIGHT, age 26, Bachelor, Cotton Operative, living at 2 Woodside Street, Newtown, Father's name John William WRIGHT (deceased) former Railway Platelayer and

Elsie HULME, age 22, Spinster, Back Tenter at Bleachworks, living at Botany House, Whaley Bridge, Father's name James HULME, Labourer Cotton Bleachworks

 Witnesses: James HULME; Eva WRIGHT; R.WRIGHT