Primitive Methodist History

A number of books, articles and theses are available as eBooks. You can find links to them here.

Page link: A New Code of Rules for Chapel Keepers
A New Code of Rules for Chapel Keepers
A spoof article but are there messages for today?
Page link: A potter and a wheelwright
A potter and a wheelwright
An unlikely combination?
Page link: A special class ticket?
A special class ticket?
Madge Forrester, Ramsor, 1908
Page link: George Seaman, John Hammond and John Smith - Champions of East Anglia: A notable Trio
George Seaman, John Hammond and John Smith - Champions of East Anglia: A notable Trio
The article alludes to transition in the PM movement after the first wave of evangelism.
Page link: Holborn Hall
Holborn Hall
Primitive Methodist Connexional Headquarters
Page link: Martha Hammond, nee Fayers
Martha Hammond, nee Fayers
A description of life in "the manse" during the early days of Primitive Methodism.
Page link: Minutes of a Meeting held at Nottingham, August 1819
Minutes of a Meeting held at Nottingham, August 1819
by the Delegates of the Society of People called Primitive Methodists, Known also by the Name of Ranters
Page link: Notices from the Circuit Reports taken in March 1838
Notices from the Circuit Reports taken in March 1838
From the Primitive Methodist Magazine, 1838
Page link: Primitive Methodist Iconography Part 2
Primitive Methodist Iconography Part 2
Paintings of W.H. Titcomb
Page link: Revival Scenes in a Colliery Village
Revival Scenes in a Colliery Village
Memories of past mission activity used to urge the Church of 1916 into action!
Page link: Rough Informal Energy
Rough Informal Energy
the story of Primitive Methodism
Page link: State of the PM Connexion in 1843
State of the PM Connexion in 1843
Letter from Hugh Bourne to John Brownson
Page link: The Conference, 1838
The Conference, 1838
From the Primitive Methodist Magazine, 1838
Page link: The Education Question
The Education Question
An article which articulates Primitive Methodist objections to the 1902 Education Act, which led to a Passive Resistance Movement
Page link: What is Primitive Methodism?
What is Primitive Methodism?
a short introduction
Page link: What was a District Meeting like?
What was a District Meeting like?
The Hull District meeting at Scarborough May 1876