North Ferriby Primitive Methodists (1819)

"On the Lincolnshire side of the Humber I visited other villages. At Ulceby we had a weeping time; such as, I trust, will never be forgotten. At Limber I preached in the open-air, and one soul was saved of the Lord. At East Halton, Goxhill, and Ferriby, the work of God broke out most gloriously; excellent societies were formed, and scriptural discipline established.”

From, ‘The History of the Primitive Methodist Connexion from its origin, by John Petty, 1860. p71

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