Very grateful thanks are given to the following for the permission to use information, documents, books and other material which is reproduced in this book.
1. Heralds of the Cross, "A memorial of one hundred years of United Methodist Lay Ministry in and around Nottingham. (M.N.C. 1826-1907) (U.M.C. 1907-1926)", edited by Revs. R.F. Bell and J.D. Crosland; published by Butler, Son & Co., Main Street, Long Eaton, Nottinghamshire.
2. Lively People, Methodism in Nottingham 1740-1979, by Rowland C. Swift; 1982. Published by the Department of Adult Education, University of Nottingham; ISBN 0 902031 78 3. Publications Unit, Department of Adult Education, University of Nottingham, 'C' Block, Cherry Tree Buildings, University Park, Nottingham, NG7 2RD.
3. Evening Post, Nottingham Post Group Limited, P.O. Box 99, Nottingham, NG1 4AB.
4. Principal Archivist, Nottinghamshire Archives, County House, Castle Meadow Road, Nottingham, NG2 1AG.
5. In every Generation: A brief history of the Methodist Churches in Nottingham - 1764-1978. by Rowland C. Swift. Published May 1979, reprinted September 1979, by Rowland C. Swift; By the Wood, Danehill, West Sussex, RH17 7HE.
6. The Director and University Librarian, the John Rylands University Library of Manchester.
7. Mr. Arthur Wells, Managing Director of Pearson's Limited, who lent documents to Mr. Ken Twist after Mr. Tom Pearson died, in the hope that they could be used as a record of Albert Hall times.
8. From the Forest I Came, by David Lazell. The publishers, Concordia Publishing House U.K., unfortunately went into liquidation and all efforts to contact the author have so far failed.
9. Volume 114, Record Series, Nottinghamshire Family History Society. In the letter received from them granting permission for me to publish information from this publication, they state that: "However, as we in turn used two separate sources for the volume, I think perhaps a copy of the acknowledgement to them should also be included. The information came from the books Who's Who in Methodism, 1933 and Heralds of the Cross. The Methodist Publishing House gave permission for us to reprint from the books." I, therefore, give due acknowledgement to the Methodist Publishing House.
10. The Life of James Flanagan, by R. W. Russell. New College Library, University of Edinburgh.
11. [Epilogue] Go forth and tell: Words: James Seddon © Mrs M Seddon / Jubilate Hymns.
12. Marshall & Co. (Nottingham) Ltd: photographs 68684, 68756, 72976A and 72977.
13. The Librarian, Local Studies Library, 14 Houndsgate, Nottingham.
14. Methodist Diaconal Order, 26 St. James Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, for information concerning Deaconesses who had ministered in the Albert Hall circuit.
15. Methodist Recorder, 122 Golden Green, London, for information, and the loan and sale of photographs.
16. The Department of Manuscripts & Special Collections, Hallward Library, University of Nottingham, University Park, Nottingham, for the sight of a file.
17. The Boots Company Archive, The Boots Company PLC, Nottingham, NG2 3AA, for the loan of a photograph.
18. Keeper of Social History, Brewhouse Yard Museum, Castle Boulevard, Nottingham.
19. Nottingham Historical Film Unit Collection, Clarendon College, Pelham Street, Nottingham, for the loan of a photograph of the Albert Hall.
Very grateful thanks are also given to all the individuals who provided documents, photographs, letters, oral contributions and answers to questions. I have tried to record them all here, but if I have failed to mention anyone's name I can only say that I am sorry but include them in my overall thanks to everyone who has helped to provide the information included in this book.
Mrs. Bertha Airey, Rev. Patrick Aldred, Mr. & Mrs. Bill Appleby, Mrs. Augusta Benjamin,Dr. Joan Barks, Miss Mary Barnes, Miss Joan Barnett, Miss Marie Beazley, Mrs. Augusta Benjamin, Mr. & Mrs. Alan Broadhurst, Mrs. Mel Browne, Miss Ethel Brunt, Mr. Eric Butson, Mr. Derek Corpe, Mrs. Gertrude Corpe, Mrs. Doreen Davis, Miss Rene Dove, Mrs. Maud Edmunds, Mr. Tom Flynn, Mr. John Fox, Mrs. Janet Gaunt, Mrs. Kathleen Gibbon, Mr. and Mrs. Clive Gilliatt, Mr. Roy W. Goodrich, Mrs. Barbara Grant, Rev. Brian Greet, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Guildford, Mrs. Grace Hardy, Mr. Donald Harrison, Miss Dora Hawkins, Mr. Walter Hayes, Mrs. Joan Hood, Rev. John Horner, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ingram, Mrs. Alice Jarratt, Mr. Bob Jones, Mrs. I.M. Kisby, Miss Maureen Knight, Mr. Frank Larkinson, Sister Olive Lewin, Rev. Patrick McCluskey, Rev. Marjorie M. Maltby, Mrs. Hilda Miller, Miss Mabel Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson, Mrs. Vi Nelson, Mr. Geoffrey Oldfield, Mrs. Barbara Paling, Mrs. Mary Perkins, Mrs. Ida Poxon, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Preston, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Proctor, Rev. T. Ryley, Mrs. Selina (Madge) Rogers, Rev. George Sails, Mr. Harold Sewell, Mrs. Pat Shepherd, Mr. Derek Smith, Sister May Smith, Miss Sue Smith, Mr. Philip Spencer, Mrs. Eileen Stacey, Rev. John Stacy-Marks, Rev. Graeme Stockdale, Mr. Lewis K. Stockdale, Mr. and Mrs. John Storer, Sister Phyllis Thorne, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Twist, Mr. Keith Vinerd, Mrs. Aurora Warner, Mr. Arthur Watterson, Rev. Steven J. Wild, Mr. Peter Wiles, and Mr. Gary Wood.
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