Lunedale (1868)

Thomas Raine went from Mickleton to Lunedale to preach on the second Sunday of 1868, and while engaged in prayer a mighty power fell upon the place, people trembled and cried for mercy, and for eleven successive weeks the late Henry Yooll, John E. Carmichael, Joseph Coatsworth, and others held services, through which the dale was powerfully moved, and in every house one or more were converted. John W. Allison was then brought to the Lord, and out of eighty conversions six became local preachers, four of whom were still on the plan at the beginning of 1908,

‘Northern Primitive Methodism’ by W M Patterson, published 1909, page p112.

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