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Oxenhope Wesleyan Methodist Chapel c.1910

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Oxenhope Wesleyan Methodist Chapel c.1910

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I happen to have some lovely pictures of your graveyards which my friend sent me.
I'm impressed when I imagine the dead must have listened to Wesley's sermon at Haworth.
I would be very happy if you could tell me when the graveyards were opened.
I have another question: what does "c.1910 " below this picture mean?
Akemi Taguchi
11/02/2007

I am not sure what you mean when you ask when were the graveyards opened. You can visit graveyards anytime.

Also "c1910" means circa 1910. Which is the year 1910 give or take a couple of years.
Helen
11/03/2007

Has anyone noticed any Whitaker's in this graveyard
Pauline Southern
17/10/2010

Just returned from a trip to Yorkshire In Keighley Library there is a copy of transcriptions by Philip Jackson of Oxenhope Wesleyan Burial Register. I found some Whitaker ancestors burial details and made a note of a few more which I could let you have
June Roach
20/07/2012

I dont think that the graveyard is still ther ,i lived straight across from the chapel, there
it has been replaced by houses now.
john shaw
19/04/2015


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