Camborne is a town in Cornwall. This profile of North Street Wesleyan Association Chapel, Camborne, has been compiled by David Thomas. This one comes from my collection and is very recently acquired. It is labelled on the back ‘trip from North Parade chapel’ which is of course Camborne. The 1850 chapel has gone and there…Continue Reading “Mapping Methodism – North Street Wesleyan Association Chapel, Camborne”

Camborne is a town in Cornwall. This profile of Camborne Centenary Wesleyan Chapel has been compiled by David Thomas. This photo dates from around 1880 and shows the chapel as originally constructed in 1839 with no portico or central doorway. The words in the gable say ‘chapel’. This picture is from about 1903 and shows…Continue Reading “Mapping Methodism – Camborne Centenary Wesleyan Chapel”

Knave-Go-By (also known as Knave-go-bye or Knave Go By) is a village located on the outskirts of Camborne. This profile of Knave-Go-By Wesley’s Tree has been compiled by Jo Lewis and Tony Mansell.   The origin of its name has been subject to speculation. It refers to an incident involving the founder of the Methodist church,…Continue Reading “Mapping Methodism – Knave-Go-By Wesley’s Tree”

Knave-Go-By (also known as Knave-go-bye or Knave Go By) is a village located on the outskirts of Camborne. This profile of Knave-Go-By Wesleyan Mission Room has been compiled by Jo Lewis and Tony Mansell.   Located to the west of Beacon. Close to Beacon is the hamlet of Knave-go-By and, although but a stone’s throw…Continue Reading “Mapping Methodism – Knave-Go-By Wesleyan Mission room”

Croft Mitchell is a hamlet in the parish of Camborne, southeast of Troon. This profile of Croft Mitchell Wesleyan Chapel has been compiled by Jo Lewis and Tony Mansell.   A Wesleyan Methodist chapel is recorded on the 1st Edition 1:2500 1880 OS Map at this location to the north of Croft Mitchell. By 1907…Continue Reading “Mapping Methodism – Croft Michell (Michael / Mitchell) Wesleyan Chapel”

Copper Hill is south of Troon. This profile of Copper Hill Methodist Meeting House has been compiled by Jo Lewis and Tony Mansell.   It should also be recorded that the place called Copper Hill, on the rising ground above Plantation, once also possessed a Methodist meeting house, but very little is known about it….Continue Reading “Mapping Methodism – Copper Hill Methodist Meeting House”