Pre-1900 Shropshire Methodist Registers now available online

Shropshire Archives have informed us that the pre-1900 Shropshire Methodist Registers are now available online via the Find Your Past website at http://www.findmypast.co.uk.

Free access is available at Shropshire Archives (Castle Gates, Shrewsbury) and at all Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin libraries.

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One comment on “Pre-1900 Shropshire Methodist Registers now available online
  1. June Thompson-Graham says:

    As I am a direct descendent of the Reverent E Evans (via my paternal grandmother) I would like to make a direct donation to the maintenance of the Methodist church on Lord’s Hill, Snailbeach. How can I do that?

    Although I have knowledge of some of the descendents of Edward Evans – I would like to know if there is a record/registar of his descendents.

    I also have a commemorative poem dedicated to the Rev. E. Evans : ‘ Lines of Death of the Rev. E. Evans -Late minister of Snailbeach.’ I assume this is in the church archives.

    I have just purchased the the DVD ‘Gone to Earth’ / Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger production -and look forward to viewing it.

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