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Item: 197827
Surname: Cook-Pritchard
First Name: Rev. E
Ship: -
Date: 22 May 1945
Place: Wallsend
Source: The Newcastle Sun
Details: Wallsend Primitive Methodists 78th Anniversary Services Wallsend Primitive Methodists are this week celebrating the 78th anniversary of the erection of their first stone church in the town. Although the first church was built in 1863, it was not till 1867 that the stone structure was built. The first services were conducted by the Rev. Green from a tree stump in Pitt Town for several weeks until a tent was erected. The first church, of wooden slabs, cost £66 0s ld. The main items of expenditure were 150 slabs £3 15s. 12 rail-back seats £7 10s, nails £1 2s Id, roof shingles £5 12s, lamps and glasses £1 16s 6id. The official opening of the church was performed by die Rev. W. J. Dean, who was the minister in the Newcastle area and travelled to Wallsend periodically to preach. In 1867 a brick church was built over the little old wooden one, the contract price of which was £400. The trustees borrowed £200 to pay the contractor and insured the church for £500. In 1869 a fire razed the Blue Bell Hotel, which was next to the church, and also burnt the church to the ground, there being no fire brigade in the town in those days. The trustees received £480 from the insurance and with money promised set about the erection of a new church, the contract price be ins £320 During the reconstruction, open air meetings were held, but were later transferred to the Newcastle Wallsend Coal Co.s workshops, where temporary seating accommodation was provided. The Rev. E. Cook-Pritchard was appointed in 1865. Others who followed were Rev. J. E. Mell (1867). Rev. J. Feggan (1870), Rev. B. Kenny (1875).


 
Item: 197435
Surname: Pritchard
First Name: Rev. E. C
Ship: -
Date: 18 April 1868
Place: Waratah
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Marriage on Friday 10th April, by special license, by the Rev. E. C. Pritchard, Mr. James Eli Padmore to Mrs. Agnes Grant


 
Item: 197518
Surname: Pritchard
First Name: Rev. E. C
Ship: -
Date: 3 July 1869
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Birth on the morning of 2nd July 1869 at her residence Bull street, Newcastle, the wife of the Rev. E. C. Pritchard, of a son


 
Item: 197524
Surname: Pritchard
First Name: Rev. E. C
Ship: -
Date: 3 July 1869
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Marriage on 28th of June 1869, at the residence of Mrs. Wilson, by the Rev. E. C. Pritchard, Mr. Peter J. J. Grant of Lambton, to Miss J. Goodchild of Honeysuckle Point


 
Item: 197527
Surname: Pritchard
First Name: Rev. E. C
Ship: -
Date: 3 July 1869
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Marriage on the 28th June 1869 at Honeysuckle Point, Newcastle by the Rev. E. C. Pritchard, Mr. James Gallagan, of Newcastle to Miss Janet Wilson


 
Item: 197558
Surname: Pritchard
First Name: Rev. E. C
Ship: -
Date: 25 September 1859
Place: Lower Hexham
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Marriage on 22nd September 1869, in the Primitive Methodist Church, Lower Hexham, by special license, by the Rev. E. C. Pritchard, Mr. H. Finney, of Waratah, to Miss M. J. Green of Ash Island


 
Item: 197634
Surname: Pritchard
First Name: Rev. E. C
Ship: -
Date: 11 December 1869
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Marriage, on 27 November 1869, at the residence of the officiating minister, Bull street, Newcastle, by license, by the Rev. E. C. Pritchard, Mr. T. J. Williams, to Miss R. V. Charlton


 
Item: 197708
Surname: Pritchard
First Name: Rev. E. C
Ship: -
Date: 12 April 1870
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Marriage on 2nd April 1870, at the residence of Rev. E. C. Pritchard, Bull street, Newcastle, by license, Mr. James Petre Boyd, to Rebecca, youngest daughter of Mr. Thomas Adam of Newcastle


 
Item: 198644
Surname: Pritchard
First Name: Rev. E. C
Ship: -
Date: 7 June 1870
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Marriage on 4th June 1870, at the residence of the officiating minister, Bull street, Newcastle by special license, by the Rev. E. C. Pritchard, Mr. Joseph Lawrence, to Miss M. A. Draper both of Honeysuckle Point, Newcastle


 
Item: 200661
Surname: Pritchard
First Name: Rev. E. C
Ship: -
Date: 20 April 1885
Place: Newcastle
Source: NMH
Details: Marriage on 6th April 1885 by Rev. E. C. Pritchard, James Old Christianson, master butcher, Wickham, second son of the late Mr. Christian Christianson of Christiania, Norway, to Mary Ann, only daughter of the late Mr. John Morris of Swansea South Wales.


 
Item: 197681
Surname: Pritchard
First Name: Rev. E. Cook
Ship: -
Date: 12 March 1870
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Marriage on 9th March 1870, in the Primitive Methodist Church, Brown St. Newcastle, by special license, by the Rev. E. Cook Pritchard, Mr. James Wills, of Wallsend, to Miss Monnox of Waratah


 
Item: 197682
Surname: Pritchard
First Name: Rev. E. Cook
Ship: -
Date: 24 March 1870
Place: Standfordbridge, near Newport, Shropshire, England
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Death on December 27 1869, Mr. T. Pritchard, father of the Rev. E. C. Pritchard of Newcastle


 
Item: 197896
Surname: Pritchard
First Name: Rev. E. Cook
Ship: -
Date: 1865
Place: Newcastle
Source: Glory be 1845-1945, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the opening of the first Wesleyan Chapel in Newcastle
Details: Early ministers at Brown Street were Revs. Henry Green (1858), W. J. Dean (1860), E. Cook Pritchard (1865), J. Sharp (1869), J. H. Daish, C. Waters (1874), J. S. Dobson and G. James (1878), who was assisted by his son, Rev. A. S. C. James


 
Item: 198624
Surname: Pritchard
First Name: Rev. E. Cook
Ship: -
Date: 27 August 1870
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Marriage on 25 August, in the Primitive Methodist Church, Brown Street, Newcastle by the Rev. E. Cook Pritchard, Mr. William Jenkins to Miss E. Mitten, both of Tighe s Bridge, Waratah


 
Item: 199932
Surname: Pritchard
First Name: Rev. E. Cook
Ship: -
Date: 7 June 1870
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Valedictory tea held in the Primitive Methodist Church to bid Rev. Pritchard farewell as he was moving to Sydney. In the five years he was at Newcastle, five new churches were built in the district and the number of church members increased from 61 to 259. He raised large sums of money for various purposes and was active in the Bible Society, the Total Abstinence Society and the Orange Society


 
Item: 200269
Surname: Pritchard
First Name: Rev. F. C
Ship: -
Date: 13 October 1868
Place: Lambton
Source: The Churches of Lambton. Camden Theological Library
Details: The Foundation Stone of the new Primitive Methodist Church , Lambton took place on Tuesday , October 13,1868, in the presence of a large assemblage of spectators. The event was also celebra ¬ ted by a Public Tea, followed by a meeting. The proceedings in connection with the laying of the Stone, commenced about 5-30 PM by singing a hymn announced by the senior minister of the station, the Rev . F . C . Pritchard , followed by appropriate passages of script ure read by the Rev . Mr . Nolan the Wesleyan minister of the Newca ¬ stle District



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