Back River Methodist
Built in 1837 to cater to the large
community living at
The most striking feature of
this church is the windows which really are not windows at all but what is known
as “Blind Gothic” and are usually seen in churches in
Many names seen on headstones in the cemetery such as Triffitt, Clark, Maddox and Rayner are still known in the district today
Funeral records indicate that Jane Pilkington was buried here and presumably her husband Thomas Levi is also buried here as Jane was living at Bridgewater North when she died. Information supplied by Kenneth Webb. For more information about this couple please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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