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Quorn Churches and Religion

 Waiting for a wedding  Waiting for a wedding
The first time a bride came to church in a motor car for her wedding was May 20th 1908.
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 Wesleyan Chapel, Quorn  Wesleyan Chapel, Quorn
Stone laying ceremony at the Wesleyan Chapel April 1st 1907.
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 The Vicarage, Quorn c1905  The Vicarage, Quorn c1905
Rev. Foord-Kelcey in the vicarage doorway at the turn of the century. Until the church ...... cont.
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 Postcard of Parish Church  Postcard of Parish Church
This is a particularly nice view of the church, looking from Station Road from the ...... cont.
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 Rev Kelcey c1908  Rev Kelcey c1908
When the Rev. Kelcey came to Quorn in 1892 he brought with him a pneumatic tyred bicycle ...... cont.
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 The Baptist Chapel, Quorn  The Baptist Chapel, Quorn
Baptists have been active in Quorn for over 200 years. The Parkinson family moved from ...... cont.
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Total: 406 artefacts returned over 41 pages

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