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Young men's class at Mount Zion Primitive Methodist Sunday School. Presentation in 1916 to Messrs J and J Wallon, teachers for many years

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Officers and teachers who made a record attendance of 100% during the year 1921.

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Class leaders, Trustees, and Chapel Committee. Back row: Jas Boocock, W. Johnson, J.A. Walton, D. Crossland. Middle row: F. Stansfield, F. Robertshaw, A. Johnson, Sam Morgan, W. Oldfield, W. Brearley. Front row: T. Naylor, Sth Johnson, Jos Siddal, T.…

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Teachers and Officers, Centenary, 1923. Back row: Messrs J. Walton, A.J. Robertshaw, F. Stansfield, A. Johnson, W. Oldfield, T. Morgan. Second row: Mr D. Crossland, Misses E.E. Robertshaw, M. Naylor, D. Riley, B. Riley,A. Morgan, E. Riley, F. Naylor,…

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Memorial to cricket club members who died in WW1

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Plaque from Mount Zion Primitive Methodist, Mytholmroyd now in St Michael’s, Mytholmroyd.

Memorial to the fallen and those who served in the two Great Wars, 1914-1918 and 1939-1945

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Site of the pulpit in the centre and the choir pews being dismsntled in 1994.

The first chapel in the village, Union Chapel, was built in 1818 at a cost of £400 and replaced by Providence Chapel in 1883, built at a cost of £1420. The chapel could…

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http://www.penninehorizons.org/Omeka_photos/HCC00115. The pulpit, choir pews and organ during course of being dismantled in 1994.

The first chapel in the village, Union Chapel, was built in 1818 at a cost of £400 and replaced by Providence Chapel in…

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The body of the Chapel whilst in course of dismantling.

The first chapel in the village, Union Chapel, was built in 1818 at a cost of £400 and replaced by Providence Chapel in 1883, built at a cost of £1420. The chapel could hold 500/700 people…

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Organ and pulpit.

The first chapel in the village, Union Chapel, was built in 1818 at a cost of £400 and replaced by Providence Chapel in 1883, built at a cost of £1420. The chapel could hold 500/700 people and there were six class rooms and a…
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