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Bargain and sale, Methodist Chapel, Lostwithiel


1) James Buller of Downes, Devon, esquire

2) William Treloar of Lostwithiel, excise officer, Philip May of Lostwithiel, yeoman, James Thomas of St Winnow, yeoman, Samuel Mutton of St Winnow, husbandman, William Chapple of Bodmin, surveyor, Richard Martyn of Helland, gentleman, John Bate of Blisland, yeoman, Thomas Collett of Warleggan, yeoman, and Walter Treleaven of Lanlivery, yeoman

3) Nicholas Sibly of Bodmin, preacher of the gospel, member of the Methodist Conference as established by the late Reverend John Wesley.

Consideration: £21.

(1) to (2):

Messuage situate near the church stile now used by the Society of Methodists as and for a preaching house, premises being formerly in occupation of Granville Payne, then Nicholas Knight, then William Flamank.

Details of administration of chapel.

Bargain and sale, Methodist Chapel, Lostwithiel
Reference numberWH/1/3646
Date18 Jun 1823
Extent1 piece
Access statusOpen
Linked nameCRO/UK/483
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